WASHINGTON (AP) - Newly released documents show the special prosecutor in the Watergate case expressed "extreme interest" in a 1970s criminal investigation of Yankees owner George ..
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor and four other Buckeyes must sit out the first five games of the 2011 season for accepting improper benefits. All can st..
A Pakistani-born teenager now living in Wales presented a petition Thursday in London to the British Government in a last-ditch bid to avoid imminent deportation.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Slightly fewer people applied for unemployment benefits last week, the second drop in three weeks. That's a sign the job market is slowly healing. The Labor Depar..
Some churches in Iraq plan to tone down festivities following violence targeting Christians in recent weeks.
The South Korean army says it has started its military exercises, held just 15 miles from Seoul\'s longtime adversary North Korea, which it has called its largest land and air winter drills.
LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. (AP) - Axl Dominguez awoke early Wednesday to a bumping sound and looked out the window to a scary sight: plastic trashcans floating down the flooded street. A..
The Greek parliament early Thursday approved an austerity budget that makes cuts required under conditions of a massive bailout from the International Monetary Fund and the European Union in May.
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) - Three men who believed Islam was under threat from western nations were found guilty in an Australian court on Thursday of plotting a suicide attack aga..
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - South Korea on Thursday mobilized hundreds of troops, tanks, helicopters and jet fighters for a massive military exercise aimed at sending North Kor..
Chinese President Hu Jintao will make a state visit to the White House on January 19, including a state dinner that night, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs announced Wednesday.
France has become the latest Western country to warn its citizens of danger in the Ivory Coast.
An Argentinian court is expected to render its verdict Wednesday in the trial of a former dictator on charges of human rights abuses during the nation\'s right-wing rule from 1976-83, the government\'s Judicial Information Center said.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Poison center officials say new drugs being sold as fake bath salts, fake fertilizer or fake insect repellent are sending experienced drug abusers to emergency r..
NEW YORK (AP) - Make that 2 million books sold for former President George W. Bush.The Crown Publishing Group said Wednesday that Bush's "Decision Points" passed the 2 million mark..
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama says Republicans and Democrats will have a robust debate about how to cut spending when a new Congress convenes next month with the GOP in ..
Anna Chapman, one of the Russian sleeper agents deported by the United States in last summer\'s spy swap, will be giving the dour face of Russian political life a bit of flash and glamour.
Angered by a British envoy\'s criticism of Iran\'s human rights record, Iran is considering severing ties between the two countries, Iranian media said.
The boss of London\'s Heathrow Airport will forgo his 2010 bonus after heavy snow forces severe flight delays leaving thousands of angry passengers stranded for days.
CHICAGO (AP) - Authorities in Chicago say two men have died in an abandoned commercial building blaze that injured more than a dozen firefighters. A spokesman in the Cook County me..