SEFFNER, Fla. (AP) - Family and friends have gathered to remember a 23-year-old Army medic from Plant City who died after serving two months in Afghanistan. Paul O. Cuzzupe died fr..
MAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) - The economy and changes in lifestyle have U.S. golf clubs in the rough. Greg Nathan of the National Golf Foundation says that in 2009, about 140 of the coun..
A panel of Peruvian judges is considering whether to uphold the confession of Joran van der Sloot, who is accused of killing a 21-year-old woman.
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) - Chileans are euphoric after learning that all 33 workers trapped in a collapsed mine for 17 days are alive and well. President Sebastian Pinera says "Today a..
The misery of Pakistan\'s flooding, which has already displaced millions, is showing up in the form of communicable illnesses, the United Nations said Monday.
Two opposition leaders and a human rights activist were detained in Russia on Sunday after taking part in rallies marking the country\'s National Flag Day, the Interfax news agency reported.
A U.S. soldier was killed in southern Iraq on Sunday, while a round of bombings in Baghdad wounded 19 Iraqi civilians, Iraqi authorities and the U.S. military reported.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) - Hip-hop singer Wyclef Jean says he is not abandoning his presidential bid just yet and will send a lawyer to a Haitian court to appeal a decision rejec..
WASHINGTON (AP) - A Seattle attorney representing some of the 1,300 people sickened by salmonella says "you have to wonder where the USDA and FDA inspectors were."Two Iowa farms th..
JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel's leader says new talks with the Palestinians will lead to a peace deal only if Israel's vital interests are protected. Benjam..
WASHINGTON (AP) - The top American commander in Iraq says it would take a complete failure of the Iraqi security forces for the U.S. to resume combat operations.Gen. Ray Odierno sa..
WikiLeaks founder and editor Julian Assange says Swedish authorities reached \"the height of irresponsibility\" by issuing an arrest warrant alleging rape against him, then revoking it less than a day later.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai confirmed Sunday that he engineered the release of Mohammed Zia Saleh, a top security official arrested earlier this year on suspicion of corruption.
For almost a million Pakistanis, the misery of epic flooding covering one-fifth of the country has now taken the form of communicable illnesses.
North Korea is demanding reparations from Japan for colonizing the Korean peninsula for more than three decades in the early 1990s, after Tokyo once again apologized to South Korea earlier this month.
Four U.S. troops were killed Sunday in Afghanistan, the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force said.
Gunmen intercepted a vehicle carrying salaries of Iraqi government employees in western Baghdad and made off with nearly $600,000, police officials told CNN on Sunday.
Venezuela\'s ambassador to the United States is defending his country\'s controversial airline service to the capitals of Syria and Iran -- both countries designated by the U.S. as state sponsors of terrorism.
The Iranian defense minister has said the country\'s military plans to unveil an important project Sunday, state media reported.
A \"major gun battle\" between drug traffickers and Mexican federal police broke out Saturday evening in Juarez, Mexico, just 30 yards from the U.S. border at El Paso, Texas, according to a U.S. Border Patrol spokesman.