The U.S. military Sunday disputed Iraqi figures that indicated July was the deadliest month for civilians there since May 2008, saying the actual numbers are less than half what Iraq\'s government has reported.
NEW YORK (AP) - Spirit Airlines says it is gaining ground in the fight against flight delays with its controversial move to charge for carry-on bags. ..
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - The Netherlands has become the first NATO country to pull its troops out of Afghanistan. Nearly 1,900 Dutch troops ended the..
PHOENIX (AP) - Authorities say one of three inmates who escaped from a northwest Arizona prison has been captured. Arizona Department of Corrections s..
PALMDALE, Calif. (AP) - Firefighters say higher humidity and lower temperatures have helped them nearly contain a wildfire smoldering in the high desert north of Los Angeles.The fi..
The United Arab Emirates will suspend some BlackBerry services starting October 11 over security concerns.
Eight people were killed Sunday, including five in a massive blast at a police camp, as protesters clashed with police and an around-the-clock curfew continued in Indian-administered Kashmir for the third day.
Mexico\'s top security official says the Sinaloa drug cartel was likely behind the kidnapping of a group of four journalists, two of whom were freed in a police rescue.
The son of an Iranian woman facing imprisonment and possible execution by stoning has been told that Iranian authorities will contact him about his mother\'s case Thursday, a human rights activist said Sunday.
Warning alarms awakened crew members on the International Space Station after problems were detected in one of its ammonia-fed cooling loops, NASA said Sunday.
Brazil\'s president has offered asylum to an Iranian woman sentenced to death by stoning, state-run media reports.
A senior Hamas member was killed during Israeli airstrikes in Gaza, Hamas security forces said Saturday. The violence occurred after a glimmer of progress in the Mideast peace process on Thursday.
A Somali militant group wanting to rid the war-torn country of an al Qaeda-linked movement welcomed Saturday the African Union\'s decision last week to expand its peacekeeping presence in the country.
Thousands of people are expected to gather Saturday for a memorial service a week after a stampede at a German music festival left 21 people dead.
RHINEBECK, N.Y. (AP) - Sidewalks in a small village on New York's Hudson River are beginning to teem with reporters and onlookers anxious to spot A-list stars or notable politician..
The signal of one of Mexico\'s largest television networks faded to black for almost an hour as a symbolic protest of violence against journalists.
A young married couple wrapped in an embrace were among three people found dead after an apartment building collapsed in southern Italy Friday night, an Italian rescue official said.
The data recorders for the plane that crashed and killed 152 people in Pakistan has been found, a government official said Saturday.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has deployed troops to areas near the Colombian border and says he is reviewing plans for a potential war as tension between the two nations rises.
The death toll from flooding in Pakistan has risen to at least 800, the information minister of a northern province said Saturday.