WASHINGTON (AP) - The House has signed off on a nearly $31 billion bill to fund Energy Department programs and Army Corps of Engineers water projects. The Republican-crafted bill i..
SAO PAULO (AP) - Researchers say they have located the wreckage of a German World War II submarine sunk off the coast of southern Brazil. Researchers from the Vale do Itajai Univer..
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The political wrangling could continue until fall for Carl Lewis, the nine-time Olympic gold medalist who wants to compete as a Democrat for a seat in the New ..
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - Lady Antebellum has announced the sudden postponement of an Ohio concert due to a death in the family. The country music trio says on its website that band memb..
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) - Police say a suspect is in custody and a hostage has been released unharmed and after a three-hour standoff at a Twin Falls hotel that left one officer wit..
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - A Utah man has lost his flying privileges and passport after authorities say he pelted a flight attendant with peanuts and pretzels on a Southwest Airlines pl..
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Police say a premature baby found in a restroom trash can at a Washington hospital is in stable condition. But Detective Brenda Anderson says it remains to be..
The U.S. military has handed over five condemned members of Saddam Hussein\'s regime, including two of the former dictator\'s half-brothers, to Iraqi authorities, state television said Friday.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Rupert Murdoch is a political kingmaker in Britain and his native Australia. In the United States, he's best known for promoting conservative opinion through medi..
WASHINGTON (AP) - Negotiations to increase the nation's debt ceiling shifted to Congress where Republican and Democratic leaders were assessing the mood of their members even as an..
The Libyan government is claiming that NATO and anti-government rebels were carrying out a coordinated air, sea and land attack on the strategic town of al-Brega, but the alliance sloughed off the assertion.
More than 4,000 residents have been evacuated from a central Indonesian province after a volcano erupted, sending smoke high into the sky.
North Korea has returned the body of a South Korean man after it washed up on its southwestern coast, according to South Korea\'s Red Cross.
Authorities found weapons, explosives and jihadist materials at an Islamic school in central Indonesia after a three-day standoff, police said Thursday.
Moammar Gadhafi vowed Thursday not to buckle to international demands that he cede the power he has held tightly for nearly 42 years as the leader of Libya, and instead said he would remain \"until the last drop of my blood.\"
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived Friday in Istanbul, the start of a 12-day journey that, in typical Hillary fashion, will straddle the globe, taking her to Europe, India and East Asia.
Bahraini pro-government medics and state media staffers \"bullied and intimidated\" an Irish delegation of health workers and politicians here to secure the release of more than a dozen Bahraini health workers, said former Irish Foreign Minister David Andrews.
Officials in Mumbai, India, have corrected the death toll from Wednesday\'s blasts, saying that 18 people were killed.
The FBI has launched an investigation into Rupert Murdoch\'s News Corp. amid allegations of hacking into phone conversations and voice mail of September 11 victims and their families, a federal law enforcement source told CNN. MURDOCHS TO ATTEND UK HEARING |
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks will appear before lawmakers next week to answer questions over the phone-hacking scandal, a spokeswoman for the British Parliament\'s Culture, Media and Sports Select Committee said Thursday.