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.
An audio message, purportedly from Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, has surfaced. Saddam Hussein\'s former military commander and vice president who has eluded capture since the fall of the Hussein regime more than seven years ago.
A 5.6-magnitude earthquake struck northeastern Iran on Friday, injuring 110 people, according to state-run media.
Israel launched an airstrike near a former presidential compound in Gaza City late Friday, according to a CNN stringer at the scene. The Israel Defense Forces did not immediately confirm the strike.
In a room thousands of miles from her prison cell in northeastern Iran, the fear that has gripped Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani for years was clear and almost palpable.
A Russian boy who was sent back to Moscow by his adoptive mother in the United States has been returned to an orphanage, an attorney of the World Association for Children and Parents said Friday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) - The House has rejected a bill that would repeal a tax filing requirement in the new health care law that could swamp businesses with paperwork. The result, ..
NEW YORK (AP) - The nation's leading Jewish civil rights group is opposing the planned mosque and Islamic community center near ground zero. The Anti-..
FORT MYERS, Fla. - A woman has the chance to become a professional athlete in Figure Posing. Amy Vetter has been training for the USA body-building, figure, and bikini championship..
LOS ANGELES, Cali. (AP) - An industrial building with a tampered gas line exploded Friday, killing a man who was hurled into the street and another who was electrocuted by a downed..
Three U.S. soldiers were killed in two separate blasts in southern Afghanistan, making July the deadliest month for American forces since the war started nine years ago.
Wildfires in central Russia have destroyed around 1,000 homes, left five people dead, and prompted Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to call on local officials to resign, Russian news agencies reported Friday. President Dmitry Medvedev has called out the army to help.
Uganda has charged three people in connection with the bomb blasts that erupted in an Ethiopian restaurant and a rugby center in Kampala earlier this month, killing some 76 people, a government official said Friday.
Police have found the mummified body of a man believed to have been Tokyo\'s oldest man, who may have in fact died some 30 yeas ago, officials at the city\'s Adachi Ward said.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The recession was deeper than the government previously thought. The Commerce Department, in revisions issued Friday, estimates the economy shrank 2.6 percent las..
Six thousand matching black, silver and blue bicycles hit the streets of London as the city launches its ambitious public bike sharing scheme.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - Three U.S. service members were killed in blasts in Afghanistan, bringing the toll for July to at least 63 and making it the deadliest month for American ..
Cape Coral, FL- Two different fundraisers will be held Saturday, July 31st, to raise money for a Cape Coral soldier who suffered life-threatening injuries in an explosion ove..