LOS ANGELES (AP) - U.S. authorities are asking European officials for help gathering evidence against seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong in a case related to the use ..
WASHINGTON (AP) - Democrats are trying once again to advance legislation that would give some young illegal immigrants a chance to live legally in the U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin of Illi..
WASHINGTON (AP) - The House Republican budget would leave up to 44 million more low-income people uninsured as the federal government cuts states' Medicaid funding by about one-thi..
CAIRO (AP) - Al-Qaida is warning that the U.S. has committed a "big mistake" and a "serious sin" in killing Osama bin Laden and is calling on Muslims to avenge his death. In a stat..
WASHINGTON (AP) - A Senate panel is questioning executives from Apple and Google about why iPhones and handheld wireless devices running Google's Android software store location da..
WASHINGTON (AP) - Democrats running the Senate are seeking to strip the five biggest oil companies of tax breaks that pad their profits by $2 billion a year and instead use the mon..
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - A man committed suicide on Tuesday in a plunge of 39 floors from a segment of the world's tallest skyscraper in Dubai, according to the its owner..
PAKTIKA, Afghanistan (AP) - A hundred or so turbaned, bearded Afghans packed the plastic mats outside the fort, staring skeptically at Afghan officials on a makeshift outdoor stage..
LOS ANGELES (AP) - It was a storybook marriage in 1986 on a spring weekend on Cape Cod that united a princess of an American political dynasty, Maria Shriver, and the gap-toothed m..
NEW YORK (AP) - Microsoft has agreed to buy the popular Internet telephone service Skype for $8.5 billion in the biggest deal in the software maker's 36-year history. Buying Skype ..
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama is making his first trip as president to the U.S.-Mexico border, using the setting to sharpen his call for a remake of the nation's immigra..
Japan\'s Prime Minister Naoto Kan said Tuesday that he will give up his salary until the nuclear crisis in the country is over.
The European Union slapped sanctions on 13 top Syrian officials, including President Bashar al-Assad\'s brother, for \"violence against demonstrators,\" it announced Tuesday.
Hosni Mubarak will remain in detention for at least another 15 days, as prosecutors further investigate the former Egyptian president and other high-ranking members of his deposed government, state media reported.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - The Mississippi River has hit its high point in Memphis, Tenn., so things shouldn't get any worse. But there's still quite a mess to clean up. The National We..
While urging more cooperation with China, senior U.S. officials Monday repeatedly stressed differences over human rights, reflecting a harder line from the Obama administration on a major disagreement between the two economic powers.
The United Nations\' humanitarian chief is expected Monday to brief the Security Council on fighting between Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi\'s forces and rebels, including the heavy toll it has taken in the port city of Misrata.
Yemeni security forces opened fire on protesters in Taiz on Monday, killing at least six and injuring hundreds, a medical official in the southwestern city said.
Pakistan will allow the United States to question or take into custody the apparent wives of Osama bin Laden only if their \"country of origin has been asked for permission,\" a senior Pakistani intelligence source told CNN.
Dignitaries, a red carpet and a child with a bouquet of flowers greeted Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad when he landed at Istanbul airport in Turkey on Monday. It was perhaps the warmest welcome he has received in weeks.