Liberia Releases Last Ebola Patient, Epidemic's End In Sight
March 05 2015 7:23 AM EST
Liberia can announce itself Ebola-free after 42 days from the patient's release, if no new Ebola cases crop up in the country.
Singapore To Cane, Jail 2 Germans For Painting Graffiti On Train
March 05 2015 6:07 AM EST
International human rights groups have criticized the city-state's practice of using caning as a mode of punishment.
Senior Russian Official Accuses US Of Plotting To Oust Putin
March 05 2015 4:22 AM EST
The head of Russia’s Security Council accused the U.S. of funding Russian opposition groups.
Ohio Teacher Found Guilty Of Showing Graphic Movie In Class
March 05 2015 12:59 AM EST
The movie, "The ABCs of Death," shows 26 different ways of dying for each letter in the alphabet.
Radio Channel Broke Law Making Prank Call About Kate Middleton
March 04 2015 8:02 AM EST
The prank call was made in 2012 to a London hospital where Kate Middleton was being treated for severe morning sickness at the time.
Microsoft Co-Founder's Team Finds Japanese Battleship From World War II
March 04 2015 6:50 AM EST
The Musashi, described as an "engineering marvel," sank in the Sibuyan Sea after being hit by American bombs in October 1944.
Singapore Police Investigate Cheating Driver Claiming Uber Connection
March 04 2015 5:19 AM EST
The driver, who claimed to be affiliated to Uber, also overcharged customers and demanded to be paid in cash.
Homeless Man Shot By LAPD Had A Troubled Past
March 04 2015 1:49 AM EST
The fatal shooting had led to protests, with demonstrators marching from Skid Row to LAPD’s headquarters.
Biden To Speak At Gay Rights Convention
March 03 2015 7:51 AM EST
The Human Rights Campaign, the country's largest gay rights group, has begun targeting potential presidential candidates for their views.
Ohio Files Lawsuit Against BP
March 03 2015 5:45 AM EST
The lawsuit alleges that the oil giant wrongfully acquired over $33 million from a state fund in a process known as “double dipping.”
White House Jumper Strikes Deal To Get Case Dismissed
March 03 2015 3:55 AM EST
A string of security breaches at the White House in recent months led to a shake-up in the leadership of the Secret Service.
Hillary Clinton Used Private Email For Official Work
March 03 2015 2:33 AM EST
Federal regulations had required Clinton to preserve a record of emails sent or received using her personal account.
Mother Of Boris Nemtsov’s Girlfriend Says Daughter Was Set Up
March 02 2015 8:12 AM EST
Inna Duritskaya also claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin is trying to link the murder to the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Kerry And Lavrov Meet In Geneva
March 02 2015 6:49 AM EST
Last week, Kerry had accused Russia of lying about its role in the conflict in eastern Ukraine, which has so far claimed 6,000 lives.
Nepal Jails Canadian Businessman For Child Sex Abuse
March 02 2015 4:44 AM EST
Between 2010 and 2011, Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh was convicted of 17 sex-related offenses but they were overturned due to trial delays.
Nina Pham To Sue Dallas Hospital
March 02 2015 1:09 AM EST
The hospital worker contracted Ebola while caring for another patient with the deadly virus, and was treated successfully.
Methane-Based Life May Exist On Saturn's Moon Titan
February 28 2015 8:24 AM EST
Anaerobic organisms capable of surviving on methane might exist in the harsh, cold hydrocarbon seas of Titan.
North Korean Leader Tells Army To Prep For 'War' Against US
February 28 2015 6:16 AM EST
The North Korean leader's comments come during a period of heightened tensions with South Korea, as the latter conducts military drills with the U.S.
Myanmar Journalist Arrested For Satirical Facebook Post
February 28 2015 4:56 AM EST
Photojournalist Aung Nay Moy had posted a message satirizing a 1971 battle between Burmese government troops and communist fighters.
US, Ukraine Condemn Murder Of Russian Opposition Leader
February 28 2015 3:09 AM EST
The U.S. government called for a prompt investigation into the killing of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, who was shot dead in Moscow on Friday.