LONDON (AP) - Renewed doubts over Europe's ability to deliver a comprehensive solution to its debt troubles weighed on markets Tuesday, as did a warning from Moody's that it could ..
PHOENIX (AP) - Lawyers for the Tucson shooting rampage suspect are arguing against his continued commitment at a Missouri prison facility. In a court filing late ..
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Herman Cain has risen fast. Now the question is: Will he fall? The businessman has been facing intense scrutiny in recent weeks as his poll numbe..
ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Greece used emergency powers to order garbage crews back to work Tuesday to remove 17 days worth of rotting trash from the streets of Athens, as a campaign of..
MANILA, Philippines (AP) - Philippine troops battled Muslim guerrillas in a volatile southern province Tuesday in fierce fighting that killed at least 19 combatants and left 10 sol..
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) - Chilean students have erected fiery blockades in major streets of the capital and clashed with police on the first day of a two-day national strike to demand..
TEL NOF AIR BASE, Israel (AP) - Looking thin, weary and dazed, Israeli soldier Gilad Schalit emerged from more than five years in Hamas captivity on Tuesday, surrounded by Gaza mil..
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A Canadian scientist is expected to plead guilty to charges he sent U.S. trade secrets worth $300 million to China and Germany. A plea hearing..
It was front-page news on the websites of all the major Colombian media Tuesday: Nhora Valentina Munoz, the 10-year-old daughter of a town mayor, was back home after a kidnapping that lasted 19 days.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - A tobacco distributor closely watched by federal agents for a decade pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges in Kentucky of using phony invoices to avoid payin..
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - The U.S. Marshals Service says it tracked a man accused of shooting a New Jersey bank teller during a robbery to Florida. Officials arrested J..
FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) - Maybe you've got a hunch Kim Jong Il's regime in North Korea has seen its final days, or that the Ebola virus will re-emerge somewhere in the world in the next ..
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A woman convicted in the starvation death of a man nearly 20 years ago is facing charges of kidnapping and false imprisonment for allegedly preying on four ment..
From dusk until dawn, 12-year-old Fayaz toils at his uncle's blacksmith shop in Kabul.
Engineers may be able to complete the shutdown of damaged reactors at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant ahead of schedule, the plant's owner reported Monday.
The Pentagon on Monday denied claims that the United States and Iraq have been unable to come to an agreement that would allow some U.S. troops to remain in Iraq after the end of 2011, telling reporters that talks are still going on.
A nun has died after setting herself on fire in southwestern China, the first Tibetan woman known to have killed herself in this way, the London-based Free Tibet campaign group said Tuesday.
Israel plans to free more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners, including hundreds serving life sentences for attacks on Israelis, in exchange for Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit who was captured by Hamas in 2006. How and why has the controversial deal come about?
The question is a serious one, and its answer has multiple political and security implications: Did a Mexican political party have agreements with organized crime, specifically the PRI which governed Mexico for 71 years?
Heavy rain that has killed at least 60 people in Central America is not expected to let up soon, authorities said Monday.