The World Health Organization reported on Monday that 985 cases of influenza A (H1N1) have been reported across twenty countries.
The influenza AH1N1 the virus that has claimed the lives of 19 people in Mexico is on the decrease according to the Federal Health Minister, Jose Angel Cordova Villalobos the El Universal reported.
This first swine flu death in the U.S. has been confirmed in Texas with the death of a 23 month old toddler, this is first death of its kind to take place outside of Mexico.
California Governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, on Tuesday declared a state of emergency to tackle the swine flu outbreak in the most populous U.S. state.
Fears that any tentative green shoots in the global economy could be trampled by a deadly outbreak of swine flu put markets on edge on Monday, after world policymakers said over the weekend that a recovery could begin later this year but plenty of downside risk remained.
Two Italian nuns kidnapped by Somali gunmen in a cross-border raid into Kenya in November have been freed.
Venezuela seized a local bank owned by Allen Stanford on Thursday to stem massive online deposit withdrawals as the impact of a U.S. fraud case against the Texan billionaire spread through Latin America.
On Friday evening a British Airways passenger jet with 72 people on board crash-landed at London City Airport. All passengers were evacuated to safety, the Associated Press reported.
A 1937 Bugatti sports car that was found in an English doctor's garage for almost 50 years was sold at an auction in Paris on Feb. 7, for about $4.4 million, the associated press reports reported.
On Monday a 38-year-old woman who ignited a fierce right-to-die debate that convulsed Italy and dragged in the Vatican died after spending 17 years in a vegetative state.
New Rubik's 360, is not a cube. Two-time British Cube-solving champion Dan Harris, 24, from Gorleston, Norfolk, has tested Rubik's 360 on the Sunday Telegraph.
Researchers have found fossils of the world's biggest snake ever from northeastern Colombia, a behemoth that stretched 42 to 45 feet long, reaching more than 2,500 pounds from nose to tail tip.
A small, hot earth-like planet has been discovered by astronomers led by the French Space Agency using the COROT space telescope, detected outside the Solar System, which has a surface to walk on.
The Worlds second octuplets live are doing well after a Californian woman gave birth to eight babies at the same time, in Los Angeles, CA on Monday.
Jon Favreau Obama's Speechwriter Girlfriend, Alejandra Campoverdi, is a White House deputy chief of staff assistant and also a Maxim Model is working with him at the White House.
The horror by Neil Gaiman won the top prize for children's literature: The 2009 John Newbery Medal Monday, according to the American Library Association.
A German motorist missed a bend in the road, broke through a barrier and hurtled up a bank, crash-landing on a church roof in eastern Germany, police said on Monday.
Obesity can be caught as easily as a common cold from other people's coughs, sneezes and dirty hands, scientists said Monday.
On Monday two U.S. helicopters crashed in northern Iraq, killing four American troops.
George Eiisenheart, a promoter for the Motor Sports Monster Truck and Thrill Show has died Saturday Night from injuries in an accident at an event in Madison, Wisconsin.
Several Israeli soldiers may be charged with war crimes resulting from civilian deaths in the Gaza strip and for this a legal team will be in place to defend them, the nation’s Prime Minister said Monday.
On Saturday tens of thousands of children picked up their school bag once again and headed for school.
On Saturday a suicide car-bomb attack near an African Union peacekeepers' base killed 14 people in the Somali capital.
Miss world Finalist Mariana Bridi da Costa whose feet and hands were amputated due to an infection has died Saturday after struggling for weeks against the illness.
According to HealthDay News, new studies show that three conditions often linked to obesity have also been tied independently to sleep apnea.
The European Union lives relying on Russia for one-quarter of its gas supplies. If supplies are for some reason cut, many parts of Europe are left to shiver in the cold.