Massive Xbox Sale Coming This Weekend
February 17 2015 12:54 PM EST
Get your wallet ready. Microsoft is currently offering some great game discounts and a huge sale this weekend.
Sudan's President Says US, Israel Are Supporting ISIS, Boko Haram
February 17 2015 12:20 PM EST
The president of Sudan said he doesn't believe Muslims could ever carry out the acts of terror associated with ISIS and Boko Haram.
New 'Rise Of The Tomb Raider' Screenshots
February 17 2015 11:15 AM EST
We're getting pretty excited for Crystal Dynamics' new action-adventure game for Xbox One and Xbox 360.
'Game Of Thrones' Coming To 'Monopoly'
February 17 2015 11:09 AM EST
Addicted to HBO's popular fantasy series? You may want to pick up the "Monopoly" version.
At Least 20 People Electrocuted During Haiti Carnival Parade
February 17 2015 7:18 AM EST
The accident happened on the second day of the annual carnival when a live wire fell on a packed float.
Privacy Watchdog Launches Surveillance Data Deletion Program
February 17 2015 2:51 AM EST
The “unlawful” NSA data collection used by the U.K. intelligence agency could be fair game.
Canada's Fairfax To Buy Insurer Brit Plc For $1.88B
February 17 2015 12:22 AM EST
Fairfax said it has received hard irrevocable undertakings to accept the offer from entities managed by Apollo Global and CVC Capital Partners,
NSA Surveillance Is Deep Within Hard Drives Made By Top Firms: Kaspersky
February 16 2015 11:37 PM EST
The NSA has been planting surveillance software deep within hard drives made by top manufacturers, Kaspersky Lab says.
Could Hackers Bring On The Next Financial Crisis?
February 16 2015 3:10 PM EST
The largest bank heist in history spurs concerns over systemic risk.
'Dying Light' Patch Brings Back Modding
February 16 2015 1:44 PM EST
Playing "Dying Light" on a PC? You can mod again.
It's Not The Length Of 'The Order: 1886,' But The Quality, Says Ready At Dawn
February 16 2015 12:40 PM EST
Ready at Dawn responds to rumors of short gameplay in 'The Order: 1886.'
Syria Backs Venezuela In Condemning Alleged US-Supported Coup Attempt
February 16 2015 11:51 AM EST
Caracas-Washington relations have been icier than usual lately, but Venezuela can always count on a voice of support from Syria.
NASA Wants To Send Sub To Titan
February 16 2015 11:38 AM EST
Have you ever wondered what life would be like on Saturn's moon, Titan? NASA has, and the agency wants to send a space sub there.
‘We Will Not Tolerate Improper Business’
February 16 2015 10:09 AM EST
British engineering firm Rolls-Royce Holdings says it didn’t bribe Brazilian executives to provide gas turbines to Petrobras offshore platforms.
Tens Of Thousands Of Asylum Seekers Backlogged
February 16 2015 9:15 AM EST
When Obama’s executive actions on immigration take effect this week, there will still be a severe backlog of people seeking asylum in the U.S.
Hispanics Split On Lifting Cuban Embargo: Poll
February 16 2015 8:05 AM EST
About 40 percent of American Hispanics want the 43-year-old Cuban embargo lifted.
Aggressive HIV Strain Found In Cuba
February 15 2015 7:53 PM EST
By the time patients realize they are infected, it's too late for anti-virals.
Argentina President Says She's 'Tough' In Face Of Charges
February 15 2015 4:36 PM EST
Argentina President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner issued her first public comments since federal prosecutors announced they would seek charges against her.
Rail Cars On Fire After Crude Train Derails In Ontario, CN Says
February 15 2015 2:06 PM EST
A boom in oil shipments by rail and a spate of derailments across North America have put heightened focus on rail safety.
Corruption, Deception, Murder Par For The Course, Argentines Say
February 15 2015 9:48 AM EST
Opinions are divided, but few believe Alberto Nisman's death was a suicide, and Cristina Kirchner's legacy appears to be crumbling further.