On Friday two suspected U.S missile attacks claimed the lives of 18 people in Pakistan just east of the Afghan border.
20-year-old, Brazilian model and Miss World Brazil finalist Mariana Bridi Da Costa, is fighting for her life after her hands and feet was amputated.
A Chinese court sentenced two men to death and a dairy boss to life in prison Thursday for their roles in producing and selling infant formula tainted with melamine, a deadly industrial chemical added to watered-down milk in order to fool inspectors and increase profits.
On Thursday President Barak Obama signed three historical orders. 1- Closure of Guantanamo Bay prison 2- The closure of all CIA prisons 3- Banning use of torture
Xin Yang, 22, a female Chinese graduate student at Virginia Tech University was killed Wednesday night.
Beanie Babies maker Ty Inc. is selling two new $10 dolls for their TyGirlz Collection: Sweet Sasha and Marvelous Malia.
Pres. Barack Obama gets a new Sectera Edge which will be used for official communication. And keep his blackberry for exclusively personal used, forced to give up mobile e-mail device.
A Pennsylvania man considered a bank error as 'a gift from God' when $ $177,250 was deposited into his joint account with his wife at FNB Bank last summer.
On Thursday, an Egyptian security official said three Palestinians were injured when a tunnel used by smugglers collapsed on the border between Egypt and the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip.
The unstable international financial crisis has also made a dent in China. In 2008, China experienced a growth rate of 9 percent; its lowest growth rate since 2001.
According to a report, two government officials the, President is expected to give orders soon regarding the closure of Guantanamo. They also say the President will begin overhauling U.S. national security policy on Thursday.
On Wednesday the last of Israel's troops left the Gaza Strip.
81-year-old Kelly Kellerman, playing the role of Lenny in the Sarasota Senior Theater's production of Of Mice and Men, was shot in head by loaded gun during rehearsal on Sunday.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration have confirmed, Wednesday, the source of a salmonella outbreak that has sickened almost 500 people in 43 states and Canada is from peanuts.
Kathleen Hilton who has been charged for murder and arson of killing a family of five on the top floor trial has begun Friday in Lawrence Superior Court.
Japanese star sensation, Ryo Ishikawa, 17, ranked 60th in the world will make PGA tour debut next month.
A new million dollar driver is set to be tested by Schoolboy Ryo Ishikawa, a young Japanese golf star.
A day after long talks without conclusion, Southern African leaders planned a new summit to break Zimbabwe's political impasse.
On Tuesday Arab leaders met for the second and final day in its two day summit in Kuwait city with the aim of making a plan to rebuild Gaza.
On Tuesday Russian gas supply pumped to Europe through Ukraine resumed following a two week long price battle with Ukraine.
On Tuesday Rwandan troops crossed into eastern Congo in a joint military operation by the Great Lakes neighbors to disarm Rwandan Hutu rebels seen as a root cause of more than a decade of conflict.
US Senator Edward Kennedy, who is battling a malignant brain cancer collapsed during the inauguration lunch for President Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama, like Bush, will be paid $400,000 in monthly installments, and an expense allowance of $50,000 to help defray official expenses.
The following is the full transcript of President Barack Obama inaugural poem recited by Elizabeth Alexander, as provided by CQ transcriptions on January 20, 2009.
The world weary because of factors like war, recession, unemployment and fear shed its collective burden on Tuesday, with worldwide soars to celebrate the arrival of the new American president.
According to the National Transportation Safety Board, US Airways jet that made a dramatic emergency landing on New York's Hudson River on January 15, experienced an engine compressor failure two days earlier.