Tribal fighters took control of a top Yemeni city on Tuesday, a setback for an embattled government whose injured president is confined to a hospital in Saudi Arabia. FULL STORY | LIMITED OPTIONS | DOUBTFUL FUTURE
The amount of radiation released from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in the immediate aftermath of Japan\'s earthquake and tsunami were twice the level that the country\'s Nuclear and Industrial Safety originally admitted, Japan\'s Emergency Response Center said.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says temporary factors, such as higher gas prices and the crisis in Japan, are the main causes of a softening economy. But h..
ATLANTA (AP) - Health officials say more Americans got food poisoning last year, primarily because of salmonella. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also reports a rise..
The Netherlands plans to ban foreigners from the country\'s famed pot shops, a decision Amsterdam\'s tourism industry hopes goes up in smoke.
Top European farming officials are meeting Tuesday as the continent struggles to deal with an E. coli bacteria outbreak that has killed at least 22 people.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The No. 2 Republican in the House says he's "cautiously optimistic" that ongoing budget talks led by Vice President Joe Biden will produce an agreement on budget ..
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama says he is not worried about a double-dip recession in the United States. However, Obama says he is concerned that the economy is not growi..
TOKYO (AP) - Japan admitted Tuesday it was unprepared for a severe nuclear accident like the tsunami-caused Fukushima disaster and said damage to the reactors and radiation leakage..
WASHINGTON (AP) - If the case against former presidential candidate John Edwards goes to trial, prosecutors plan to use his own emails with a former aide to help prove a key elemen..
BRUSSELS (AP) - The EU farm chief proposed giving farmers â‚¬150 million ($219 million) in compensation Tuesday to help those slammed by plunging demand for produce..
WASHINGTON (AP) - So far, House Democratic leaders haven't publicly demanded Rep. Anthony Weiner resign after admitting he sent suggestive photos of himself in his underwear via Tw..
Turkey is no stranger to name-calling and over-heated rhetoric, especially in the final days before a national election.
The fiercest clashes since anti-government demonstrations began in Taiz four months ago erupted Monday, witnesses said. FULL STORY | WHAT\'S NEXT?
A decree from the early 1990s, reimplemented by French regulators, is putting an end to French television and radio announcers naming social networking sites on air except for news purposes.
NEW YORK (AP) - After days of denials, a choked-up New York Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner confessed that he sent a bulging-underpants photo of himself to a young woman. He also ad..
The U.S. government has confirmed the killing of al Qaeda operational commander Ilyas Kashmiri, the prime minister of Pakistan said Monday.
After an eventful first term marked by humanitarian crises, a global recession and the Arab Spring, Ban Ki-moon announced Monday his intention to seek a second five-year stint as the United Nations\' secretary-general.
The Israeli military on Monday blamed protesters trying to cross the fortified border between Syria and occupied Golan Heights for the deaths of 10 of their own, saying they threw fire bombs that set off landmines.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House said Monday that President Barack Obama will usher in a "real drawdown" of U.S. forces from Afghanistan starting in July, but said no decision was..