CAIRO (AP) - A team of top shark experts from the U.S. was heading to Egypt Monday to help determine what is behind an unusual series of shark attacks that have killed one tourist,..
GENEVA (AP) - Swiss authorities stripped WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of a key fundraising tool Monday - his new bank account - and the secret-spilling web site fended off more..
A January 2007 State Department cable published by WikiLeaks reveals new details about what happened before and during the controversial execution of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Russia is checking to see whether an aide to a British lawmaker, who has been arrested and is facing expulsion from the United Kingdom, is a Russian citizen, according to media reports.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The legal fight over California's same-sex marriage ban reached the next legal level Monday when it went before a federal appeals court during a nationally tel..
AMSTERDAM (AP) - The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court said Monday he has opened an preliminary investigation into possible war crimes by North Korea resulting from it..
GENEVA (AP) - The Swiss postal system has pulled the plug on WikiLeaks' bank account in another serious setback for the secret-spilling website that is fighting to stay online. An ..
Superfluous (su-PER-flu-us): Adjective. Unnecessary or needless; difficult to pronounce for a president with a split lip.
Former South African President Thabo Mbeki arrived in Ivory Coast on an emergency mission, as two men claimed to be the west African nation\'s president.
The \"major sources\" of a deadly Israeli wildfire have been extinguished, police said. Palestinian officials announced the deployment of more crews into Israel to assist with the efforts.
South Korea\'s foreign minister headed Sunday to Washington, in preparation for much anticipated talks with his U.S. and Japanese counterparts about the tense situation in and around the Yellow Sea.
Attackers gunned down an elderly Christian couple late Sunday inside their Baghdad home, the latest in a string of religious-rooted violence that has spurred international outcry and a full-court press for justice from Iraqi authorities.
Russia\'s space agency is investigating the failed launch of three navigational satellites, the agency reported Sunday.
An suicide bomb blast in eastern Afghanistan killed two NATO troops and injured 18 others, NATO and Afghan officials said Sunday.
A German woman died Sunday after being attacked by a shark in waters off Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, in an area where three snorkelers were injured and two sharks were caught last week, officials said.
CAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) - A new survey finds the average price of regular gasoline in the United States has jumped 3.92 cents in the last two weeks.The Lundberg Survey of fuel price..
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate Republican leader is sounding confident that Bush-era tax cuts won't be allowed to expire on Jan. 1. Mitch McConnell tell..
GENEVA (AP) - WikiLeaks continues to dodge a barrage of online threats as it tries to maintain public access to a trove of State Department cables.With the site's main server in Fr..
Under heavy pressure from the United States and allied governments, WikiLeaks appealed to supporters worldwide to mirror its website Sunday as it continued the process of releasing thousands of sensitive U.S. diplomatic cables.
The Nigerian military acknowledged Sunday that civilians may have been \"caught in the crossfire\" last week during an operation to root out criminal gangs in the country\'s Delta State.