The U.S. Secretary of State made a pseudo-promise that drone strikes in Pakistan may end "very, very soon."
The bellwether stock index reaches a record high on Thursday morning after an encouraging jobs report from the Labor Department.
The vote count for the Zimbabwe elections has begun, but the opposition party is already contesting the results.
Overruling protesters, a Bangladesh high court banned the Islamist opposition party Jamaat-e-Islami from running in the next elections.
Manufacturing output rose in Europe, fueling speculation that recovery may be around the corner.
The notorious former football player is currently serving a 33-year sentence in a Nevada prison for kidnapping and armed robbery.
Egypt's interim military-backed government ordered the Interior Ministry to break up violent sit-in protests around Cairo.
In an apparent effort to bolster Assad's image, an Instagram account cropped up last week posting positive pictures of the Syrian leader.
More civilians have been killed in Syria, as rebel and government forces battle over several strategic areas.
The WikiLeaks whistle-blower was convicted of five counts of espionage and acquitted of the most serious charge, aiding the enemy.
It is once again legal to sell, purchase and consume drinks larger than 16 ounces in New York City, a state appellate court ruled Tuesday.
The president is meeting with Israeli and Palestinian negotiators in Washington -- the first direct talks between both sides since 2010.
BP has to add another $200 million to its rapidly depleting fund for survivors of the Deepwater Horizon tragedy.
After new regulations were passed in June in the UK, Barclays is scrambling to fill a $20 billion hole that appeared in its balance sheet.
In southern Philadelphia, one person has been seriously burned and seven others have been hurt. No deaths have been reported.
After 20 years of stalling, Israeli and Palestinian negotiators are finally sitting down for direct talks.
A coordinated string of 15 to 17 car bombs killed about 50 people in southern Iraq and around Baghdad Monday.
While one prince warns the Saudis about being overly dependent on oil exports, another publicly blasts the royal family.
The CIA training reportedly lasts two weeks and involves learning how to use Russian weapons.
The start-up website apologized publicly after a book proposal that feminists argued advocated for sexual assault was allowed to be fully funded.