A British police investigation into illegal phone hacking by journalists has expanded beyond Rupert Murdoch\'s disgraced News of the World tabloid to many other newspapers, the British Information Commissioner\'s Office told CNN Thursday.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The four-star general nominated to be the next Army chief told Congress Thursday that the U.S. should provide whatever defense assistance that Iraq believes it ne..
HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. (AP) - The former mistress of John Edwards wants a North Carolina judge to issue a contempt order against a one-time Edwards campaign aide in a case involving a ..
Egypt\'s new Cabinet is expected to be sworn in on Thursday, a reshuffling aimed at satisfying critics who say the current administration was not serious about the political and economic reforms demanded by protesters.
European leaders are meeting to attempt to resolve the debt crisis in Greece and prevent it infecting other countries -- an outcome that could potentially tear apart the 17-member eurozone and lead to another global economic slump.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama said Wednesday that he'll be re-elected for a second term if voters feel like he's been on their side, working as hard as he can and gettin..
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Transportation Security Administration says it's installing new technology in some U.S. airports so when a traveler goes through checkpoint security, a generi..
WASHINGTON (AP) - Progress remains elusive as official Washington grapples day after day for a way out of a debt dilemma that has the government sliding toward a first-ever default..
Hindiya, 10, and her sister walked for 17 days in search of a place to settle with water in the Horn of Africa region. Her story is just one shared by an aid worker who recently made a trip to the area. FULL STORY | INSIDE A CAMP | URGENT APPEAL | AID AGENCIES & TERRORISTS | HOW TO HELP
Chinese and Southeast Asian officials have agreed on a draft of gudelines to avert tension in the South China Sea.
A judge in Ecuador ruled Wednesday that the directors and former opinion editor of El Universo newspaper must serve prison time for an opinion article about President Rafael Correa, state media reported.
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega opened to the door to the possibility of his country going back to international bodies in an attempt to get a $17 billion payout from the United States.
Ireland\'s prime minister has launched a stinging attack on the Vatican, a week after a report said the Catholic Church in Ireland did not take serious steps to stamp out child abuse by priests, even after the scandal blew up worldwide.
The trial is being held under strict security measures.
The U.S. Postal Service is offering community outreach programs in August for individuals who sell—or would like to sell—products on eBay. Four programs will include t..
WASHINGTON (AP) - Six Republican presidential hopefuls are participating in the first presidential debate conducted through Twitter, outlining their agendas 140 characters at a tim..
AMMAN, Jordan (AP) - A Jordanian police probe released Wednesday blamed protesters for instigating violent clashes with security forces that left dozens of people injured during a ..
HELSINKI (AP) - A senior American official recommended Wednesday that the U.S. apply diplomatic sanctions against Iceland for ramping up its whale hunts despite an international mo..
PHOENIX (AP) - Former astronaut Mark Kelly is planning his life post-NASA, keeping an open mind about running for political office while traveling the country for speaking engageme..
KOLKATA, India (AP) - A leopard that mauled 11 people in a fierce showdown with Indian villagers has died of knife wounds after being captured. The snarling adult, male leopard lea..