COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Authorities say a man killed four people in South Carolina, then took his own life after officers chased him in a car belonging to one of the victims. Capt. C..
The decisive victory by Yingluck Shinawatra was \"a very strong punch in the gut\" to Thailand\'s ruling elite and will give the country stability, says one observer. But what\'s next
NEW YORK (AP) - Whether it's with an explosion of colorful fireworks, a hometown parade or just one burger too many, people across the United States will celebrate Independence Day..
NEW YORK (AP) - Hackers broke into Fox's political Twitter account early Monday, posting updates saying President Barack Obama had been assassinated. A series of six tweets coming ..
A corporal in the South Korean Marines went on a shooting spree and killed four other Marines, the defense ministry said Monday.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Authorities say a man killed four people in South Carolina, then took his own life after officers chased him in a car belonging to one of the victims. Ca..
When he was arrested in Turkey in 1970, Billy Hayes was given a choice of whom to call. For a scared young man facing serious charges, it was an easy decision: The U.S. consulate in Istanbul.
The African Union says its members will not cooperate with the International Criminal Court\'s arrest warrant for Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, arguing it jeopardizes efforts to negotiate a peace deal.
Janet Echelman never studied sculpture or architecture, and she was rejected by each of the seven arts schools she applied to after college. Yet in an unlikely turn of events, she has become a pioneering creator of enormous flexible sculptures that are beginning to enliven the world\'s cities.
Iran plans to prosecute 26 current and former American officials, an Iranian lawmaker said Sunday, potentially escalating a tit-for-tat dispute between the two countries.
American officials say there is strong evidence that Shiite militias in Iraq are using Iranian weapons to attack U.S. troops, comments that followed reports that Iraqi security forces began cracking down on the groups near Iran\'s border.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah repeated his stance that Israel was behind the killing of Lebanon\'s former prime minister six years ago and slammed the U.N.-backed court for sowing discord in Lebanon.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez\'s stay in Cuba, where he is being treated for cancer, could last for months, the country\'s vice president told a Colombian radio station.
The Syrian president sacked the governor of a restive province, a day after tens of thousands of anti-government protesters took to the streets of its capital.
A Swiss couple has been kidnapped while traveling in Pakistan\'s volatile southwestern Balochistan province, an official said Saturday.
Islam Lotfy may look like your average 35-year-old Cairene. He\'s dark, clean-shaven, slightly chubby and wears glasses. There\'s nothing in his appearance that hints at his Islamist identity, save for the prayer mark on his forehead.
On an historic street just four blocks from the National Palace in Mexico City, scantily clad women marched in a circle for 12 hours a day, advertising and selling themselves for money they would never see.
A New York judge released Dominique Strauss-Kahn from house arrest Friday after credibility issues surfaced about the woman who accused the former IMF chief of sexual assault. FULL STORY | CASE CRUMBLING?
Moroccans voted Friday to approve a referendum on constitutional reforms that would weaken the king\'s powers and boost those of the government.
Moammar Gadhafi, rallying his supporters in war-torn Libya, threatened Friday to take the fighting to Europe, according to an audio message aired by state TV. FULL STORY | DAUGHTER SPEAKS