BERLIN (AP) - The eurozone's economic powers are struggling to agree on a new debt crisis plan to present at an emergency EU summit, with Germany downplaying calls from France and ..
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - American Airlines is buying at least 460 new planes over the next five years and splitting the order between aerospace giants Boeing and Airbus. American's..
WASHINGTON (AP) - Amid a growing financial scandal, Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai has banned U.S. Treasury officials from his country's central bank, hampering work to fight t..
WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate Republicans are showing far more flexibility than their tea party-backed House colleagues as Washington policymakers seek to steer the government away from..
Sir Paul Stephenson denied being complicit with News Corp., but he still resigned from the Metropolitan Police, taking responsibility for the force\'s poor decision in hiring a former deputy editor of the News of the World as a public relations consultant and the failed investigations into the phone hacking scandal at the paper\'s parent company News Corp.
A new doll hitting stores in the U.S. is causing some controversy with parents. It's called The Breast Milk Baby and it claims it teaches young girls how to breast feed. The doll i..
The last remaining Yugoslav war crimes suspect, Goran Hadzic, has been captured, Serbian state media reported Wednesday.
LONDON (AP) - High drama in the British Parliament today as the prime minister addressed lawmakers about the expanding phone hacking scandal. Prime Minister David Cameron says the ..
A Taliban spokesman says the group\'s phones and website were hacked, and SMS messages sent out saying the reclusive Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar is dead -- a claim the group has denied.
It may not be legal, but it\'s definitely popular. For just 10 Guatemalan quetzals, or 15 Mexican pesos (the equivalent of just over a U.S. dollar), you can pay to ride a zip line across a river and into a new country.
Search warrants were being executed in New York and several other states Tuesday by the FBI as part of an investigation into suspected members of a notorious hacking collective known as Anonymous, according to a federal government official.
At a joint news conference with India\'s Foreign Minister S. M. Krishna in New Delhi, India, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Tuesday warned India\'s neighbor, Pakistan, that safe havens for terrorists \"cannot be tolerated anywhere.\"
The French Foreign Ministry condemned Tuesday the Iranian government\'s announcement that it was installing a new generation of centrifuges in its nuclear facilities, describing it as \"a new wave of provocation\" that flouts United Nations resolutions.
Court proceedings began Tuesday in a high-profile libel lawsuit that pits Ecuador\'s president against one of the nation\'s largest newspapers.
Rupert Murdoch denied ultimate responsibility for illegal phone hacking carried out by employees of his News Corp. empire, as he, his son James, and former top executive Rebekah Brooks faced questioning by British lawmakers. TUESDAY RECAP | MURDOCH HIT WITH PIE |
Investigators have found no sign of foul play in the death of a man identified as the whistleblower behind the scandal surrounding media mogul Rupert Murdoch\'s News International, British police announced Tuesday.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says the co-founder of The Home Depot and other Republican donors he met with Tuesday didn't persuade him to run for president. ..
CHICAGO (AP) - You're healthy, active and you're enduring this week's heat wave without any trouble. Does it matter if you're over 65? Scientists say yes. Feeling good doesn't mean..
WASHINGTON (AP) - The bipartisan "Gang of Six" senators on Tuesday offered a major plan to cut the deficit by more than $4 trillion over the coming decade, but whether it can break..
LONDON (AP) - A protester splattered Rupert Murdoch with white foam on Tuesday, interrupting a dramatic hearing in which the media baron told British lawmakers he was not responsib..