U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, speaking at the Munich Security Conference, urged support for the man whom Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak named to carry out that transition: Vice President Omar Suleiman. STANDOFF IN TAHRIR SQUARE |
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Mother Nature messed with Texas and might not be finished. The questions now: Did the cold, icy blast ruin everything for the ..
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama's beloved Chicago Bears won't be going to the Super Bowl, but the president will be partying anyway. Obama is..
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A top executive says General Motors may add dealers in big metro areas on the U.S. coasts to handle expected sales growth.North American President Mark Reuss (..
NEW YORK (AP) - The company that runs the Nasdaq stock market says hackers penetrated a service that handles confidential communications between board members of public companies. ..
NOUKACHOTT, Mauritania (AP) - A Mauritanian army official says a suspected al-Qaida militant killed himself by detonating an explosive belt to avoid capture at the same time securi..
CAIRO (AP) - Protesters in Cairo's central Tehrir Square are rejecting concessions being offered by the Egyptian government. The top leadership of the..
The lawyer representing two U.S. hikers jailed in Iran has been denied a request to visit his clients on the eve of their trial, he told CNN on Saturday.
Heavy rains in Sri Lanka\'s North Central and Eastern provinces have displaced almost a million people and caused widespread devastation, a government official said Saturday.
Three Pakistan international cricketers have been banned from the sport for the next five years after being found guilty at an anti-corruption hearing on Saturday.
A protest erupted Saturday in a village in northern Indian-administered Kashmir after the killing of a man by the Indian army late Friday or early Saturday.
Two explosions wounded at least 16 people Saturday in Salaheddin province, police officials in Samarra said.
Somalia\'s transitional parliament extended its term by three years without consulting with the local population and other allies to find a way forward for the war-torn country, a U.S. official said Saturday.
Thousands sang patriotic sangs and danced Friday in Tahrir Square, but tensions remained high. Street battles between pro- and anti-regime groups raged near the square. FULL STORY | UNREST DAY BY DAY | PICS | VIDEO
Amid growing unrest about poor public services and water shortages, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Friday agreed to cut his salary in half.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Regulators have shut down a small Georgia bank, marking the 12th bank failure of 2011 following 157 closures last year amid the sagging economy and mounting bad l..
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Obama administration on Friday declined to cite China for manipulating its currency to gain trade advantages against the United States. The Treasury Dep..
A Danish court sentenced a Somali man to nine years in prison Friday for the attempted attack on a cartoonist who drew an image of the Muslim prophet Mohammed wearing a bomb-shaped turban.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House says it's working with the U.S. embassy in Cairo on getting American journalists who've been beaten or detained out of Egypt. Press secretary Robe..
CAIRO (AP) - Egypt's official Middle East News Agency says more than 160,000 foreigners have left the country since the start of mass protests demanding the president's ouster. &nb..