CAPE CORAL, Fla. - Florida is about to get tough on fake charities, particularly phony soldiers stealing the honor of American veterans.A new law taking effect Friday in Florida ma..
The European Commission gave France a pass -- and a warning -- over its recent deportation of more than 8,000 ethnic Roma, commonly referred to as gypsies.
The United Nations Security Council has ended sanctions against Sierra Leone, restrictions originally imposed during the nation\'s brutal civil war, the Security Council announced Wednesday.
A man captured in Afghanistan has tipped off investigators to a \"Mumbai-style\" terror plot in Europe, a source said. Investigators believe Osama bin Laden signed off on the attack plan, a separate source said. FULL STORY | ANALYSIS
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Police say a man who opened fire at an Omaha hospital has died and that two officers he shot have been treated and released. Officer Jacob Bettin says 39-year-ol..
BETHESDA, Md. (AP) - Maryland State Police say a commuter bus plunged off a highway outside the nation's capital, killing one person and injuring several others. State police spoke..
Military-to-military relations between the United States and China are \"back on track,\" a Pentagon spokesman said Wednesday, largely due to a visit to Beijing by a senior U.S. Defense Department official.
Citing \"mounting evidence\" of repression of the Iranian opposition, the Obama administration added more sanctions against Iranian government officials, members of the Revolutionary Guards Corps and others accused by the United States of being responsible for human rights abuses.
An Algerian-born U.S. citizen with suspected links to international terror activity has been arrested in Spain, the Interior Ministry said Wednesday.
Pakistan\'s foreign minister said Wednesday his country may use military force to stop violations of its territory.
Long-time Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov accused President Dmitry Medvedev of leading the country back into Stalinism a day before he was sacked, a letter in a Russian magazine showed Wednesday.
LONDON (AP) - BP's incoming chief executive is setting up a new safety division to monitor the company's operations around the world. Bob Dudley announced the initiative Wednesday,..
GRANDVIEW HEIGHTS, Ohio (AP) - Libraries are tweeting, texting and launching smart-phone apps as they try to keep up with a computer-savvy class of people who consider card catalog..
North Korea\'s ruling party wrapped up a rare meeting on Wednesday afternoon, state-run media said.
South Korea and North Korea on Thursday will hold military talks for the first time in nearly two years, according to the South\'s defense ministry, the Yonhap news agency reported.
The Army may have known months ago about serious misconduct -- including the apparently unprovoked murder of a civilian -- by members of a platoon in Afghanistan, but failed to act on it.
With the Korean Workers\' Party convening its delegates for the first time in more than four decades, the little-known youngest son of Kim Jong Il is gaining influence.
Many experts believe Kim Jong Il\'s youngest son will be North Korea\'s next leader. Not a lot is known about Kim Jong Un, but one former Swiss school friend remembers he had at least one passion: Basketball.
Up to 1,000 people may have been trapped by a landslide in the southwestern Mexico state of Oaxaca, Gov. Ulises Ruiz said Tuesday morning.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev fired the long-standing mayor of Moscow Yuri Luzhkov on Tuesday, saying he had lost the confidence of the president, according to a statement posted on the Kremlin\'s website.