Syria says more than 400 members of security forces have been killed in months-long unrest in the country, a charge that came as videos surfaced allegedly showing children killed in the violence. FULL STORY | Video
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) - Opposition leaders are accusing President Hugo Chavez of failing to fully inform Venezuelans about his health. Government opponents say ..
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A berm holding back floodwater at a Nebraska nuclear power plant has collapsed. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission says the 2,000-foot berm..
MINOT, N.D. (AP) - The Souris River appears to be starting a slow decline at Minot, where efforts to hold off further flood damage are successful so far. The rive..
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Gov. Beverly Perdue has declared a state of emergency in eastern North Carolina, as crews work to contain a series of stubborn wildfires. Dro..
WASHINGTON (AP) - In promising a U.S. military pullout from Afghanistan will begin in July, President Barack Obama is permitting his commanders to decide critical details, includin..
Two prisoners have confessed to digging a tunnel that led to the escape of 63 inmates last week, Yemen\'s state-run SABA news agency reported Sunday.
The bodies of six climbers were found Sunday in the French Alps, authorities said.
The Israeli foreign ministry on Sunday rejected as \"ludicrous\" suggestions that Israel and the United States were using economic pressure to force fiscally strapped Greece into preventing boats from participating in an international flotilla to the Gaza Strip.
A suicide bomber wearing an explosives-laden belt targeted a police station Sunday in northern Baghdad, killing two civilians, an Iraqi official at the police station said.
In the second such attack in two days, militants attacked a police station in Pakistan on Sunday, killing at least three officers.
LulzSec, the gleeful and secretive band of hackers who appear to be responsible for a string of high-profile and sometimes embarrassing Internet attacks, said it was disbanding.
The African Union will attempt Sunday to map a road to peace in Libya, despite a previous failed effort to end hostilities between Moammar Gadhafi\'s forces and rebels seeking to oust the Libyan leader.
Chinese authorities have released activist Hu Jia, his wife posted Sunday on Twitter.
In one of the Americas\' biggest soccer showdowns, the United States jumped to an early lead in the Gold Cup final before Mexico rallied to even the score.
MINOT, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple says he's encouraged that the Souris River's rise is slowing down as it approaches a crest in beleaguered Minot. &nb..
NEW YORK (AP) - Wedding plans are blooming amid celebrations by gay rights advocates of New York becoming the sixth state to legalize same-sex marriage. Couples w..
Facing internal conflict, the number of people fleeing their homes in Afghanistan has more than doubled compared to this time last year, says Refugees International, an advocacy group for displaced persons.
An Egyptian executive accused of sexually abusing an employee at a luxury hotel in New York pleaded guilty Friday to sex abuse in the third degree, a class B misdemeanor, according to prosecutors.
The House of Representatives is expected to officially register its disapproval of U.S. involvement in the NATO-led Libya campaign Friday, voting to restrict funding for America\'s role in the mission.