God did not create the universe, world-famous physicist Stephen Hawking argues in a new book that aims to banish a divine creator from physics.
West Nile Virus has killed 13 people in northern Greece and sickened another 143, the Hellenic Centre for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday.
Investigators have arrested a suspect from Russia in connection with a fire that killed 156 people in a nightclub in Russia in 2009, the Spanish National Police said Thursday.
The death of a man in police custody has led to deadly riots and six deaths in Indonesia, police said on Thursday.
BUXTON, N.C. (AP) - Tourists were largely gone from North Carolina's Outer Banks, but those resolute residents who stayed behind say they were prepared Thursday to potentially face..
A delegation of Pakistani military officials decided to cancel a meeting this week with U.S. military officials in protest after they were taken off a plane and questioned at Washington\'s Dulles International Airport, according to a Pakistani official.
Ahead of direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians, U.S. President Barack Obama said he was hopeful for a two-state solution.
Months after the revelation that he helped cover up for one of Ireland\'s most notoriously abusive priests, the country\'s top Catholic churchman, Cardinal Sean Brady, says he has \"moved on\" and will not resign.
At least 28 people are dead and at least 218 others were wounded Wednesday after three blasts during a Shiite procession here, authorities in Pakistan said.
SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) - A gunman with what police described as "concerns" with the Discovery Channel networks took at least one person hostage in the company's suburban Washingto..
Dutch authorities can detain two men held on suspicion of plotting a terrorist act for another day without charging them, a prosecution spokesman said Wednesday.
Swedish prosecutors will reopen the rape case involving WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. \"There is reason to believe that a crime has been committed,\" said a statement from Sweden\'s director of public prosecutions.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The unemployment rate rose in nearly half of the nation's 374 largest metro areas in July, as the pace of hiring slowed from earlier this year. The Labor Departme..
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Apple CEO Steve Jobs is introducing a new line of iPods. Jobs is unveiling a new iPod Nano without any buttons. It has a touch screen instead. He also is intro..
A Kentucky service member who was missing in action during the Korean War has been identified, a Defense Department agency said on Wednesday.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Federal officials say Hurricane Earl's effect on the East Coast will depend on when it makes its expected turn to the northeast near North Carolina's Outer Ban..
In only eight months, 2010 has become the deadliest year for U.S. troops in Afghanistan, according to a CNN count.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The French national railway is being scrutinized by Holocaust survivors for its involvement in transporting Jews and others to Nazi death camps during World Wa..
WASHINGTON (AP) - Oil giant BP says it has spent more than $5 million a week on advertising since the Gulf Coast oil spill - more than three times the amount it spent on ads during..
Tropical Depression 9 forms in Atlantic. It is 3,000 miles away from U.S.