SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - BlackBerry smartphone maker Research In Motion Ltd. says it recalled about 1,000 of its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet computers due to defective operating softwar..
BUTTE LAROSE, La. (AP) - A woman who lives in Louisiana's Cajun-country says she hopes the Mississippi River floodwaters are still a few days off, so she'll have more time to move ..
Clashes between pro-Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces erupted along Israel\'s borders and occupied territories Sunday, leaving at least 12 dead on a Palestinian mourning day marking the birth of the Jewish state.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said that he will temporarily run the country\'s Oil Ministry, state-run media reported Monday.
The United States has sent drones to strike at suspected militants in Pakistan five times in the last 11 days, nearly triple the pace prior to the successful May 1 raid to kill Osama bin Laden.
The United States need not apologize to Pakistan for the successful raid that killed terror mastermind Osama bin Laden, but it is important that the countries find a way to mend their frayed relationship in the wake of the attack, U.S. Sen. John Kerry said Monday during a visit to Islamabad.
NEW YORK (AP) - A New York City judge says the head of the International Monetary Fund must remain jailed at least until his next court hearing for attempted rape and other charges..
NEW YORK (AP) - Donald Trump says he's not running for president. The reality TV star said in a statement Monday that he won't seek the Republican nomination. He made his announcem..
South Africans got a rare glimpse of former President Nelson Mandela as he voted in local municipal elections at his home in Johannesburg on Monday.
Investigators trying to determine why an Air France plane crashed mysteriously two years ago have recovered the complete contents of the flight data recorder and the last two hours of cockpit conversation, they announced Monday.
Officials in Guatemala have found 27 bodies, the majority of which were decapitated, at a farm in the northern region of Peten, Col. Rony Urizar, an army spokesman, said Sunday.
President Barack Obama\'s upcoming address on the Middle East is a chance for Washington \"to get on the right side of history\" after a season of historic upheaval there, his former intelligence chief said Sunday.
As the war in Libya persists with no clear end in sight, the United Nations\' envoy to the the country will try to negotiate a cease-fire between ruler Moammar Gadhafi\'s forces and rebel fighters on Sunday.
Authorities could open two additional floodgates Sunday, sending water from the swollen Mississippi River gushing toward homes and farmland in an effort to spare Baton Rouge and New Orleans from severe flooding.
Is it a bird? A bow? A pretzel? The hat worn by Britain\'s Princess Beatrice to last month\'s royal wedding created a stir, spawning numerous blog posts and even a Facebook page with more than 140,000 fans.
A British woman beheaded in an apparently random supermarket attack in Spain\'s Canary Islands has been identified.
There are \"disturbing\" signs Pakistan\'s government knows about insurgents crossing from their country into Afghanistan, U.S. Sen. John Kerry said Sunday as he toured the region.
While several European countries have long had their own versions of \"American Idol,\" the longest running televised pop music competition where fans choose their favorite songs and singers is Europe\'s Eurovision Song Contest, now in its 56th year.
Two South Florida imams and a third family member were arrested Saturday on charges of providing support to the Pakistani Taliban, the Justice Department said.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Amid growing public unhappiness over gas prices, President Barack Obama is directing his administration to ramp up U.S. oil production by extending existing lease..