Former US President Bush, 90, Remains In Houston Hospital: Spokesman
On Tuesday evening, Bush was taken by ambulance to Houston Methodist Hospital after experiencing shortness of breath.
Israel-Gaza Conflict: Thousands March In Iran In Support Of Palestinians
Iran has been a strong supporter of Hamas and does not recognize the state of Israel.
Israel Gaza Conflict: Thousands Of Pro-Palestinians Demonstrate In Paris As France Jails 3 Pro-Palestinian Rioters
Paris has been the scene of heated pro-Palestinian demonstrations since the Gaza conflict erupted.
Palestinians Chant 'Intifada' At East Jerusalem Funeral Held For Revenge Killing Blamed On Israel
Tensions are high in East Jerusalem after a funeral is held for the victim of a revenge killing blamed on right-wing Israelis.
Princess Grace Movie, 'Grace Of Monaco,' Starring Nicole Kidman, Opens Cannes Film Festival Amid Controversy, Monaco Royal Family Disapproval And Bad Reviews
Nicole Kidman's Princess Grace film opens Cannes Film Festival but does anyone approve of it?
South African Elections 2014: ANC Set To Win Large Majority, With Most Votes Counted [UPDATED]
The opposition Democratic Alliance increased its share to almost one-quarter of the electorate.
Death Toll From Islamist Attack On Nigerian Market Town Hits 125
President Goodluck Jonathan has come under fire after waiting three weeks to publicly acknowledge the kidnappings in northern Nigeria.
Twin Explosions Rock Mombasa, Kenya, Three Killed
Kenya has been hit by a spate of attacks blamed by the government on Somali Islamist militants.
Donald Sterling V. Stiviano: Barbara Walters Interview Sheds Light On The Relationship Between Los Angeles Clippers Owner And Mistress
Stiviano opens up about her role in the leaked audio, and the backlash that Sterling has faced.
Malaysia Airlines MH370 Search: Chinese Ship Hunting For Missing Malaysia Jet Detects 'Ping' [UPDATE]
Australian search authorities said such a signal would be consistent with a black box.
Ukraine Crisis: Russia Is Staging Anti-Semitic Provocations To Justify Its Invasion, Ukraine Chief Rabbi Says
Putin's justifications for invasion have been disputed by a Kiev rabbi.
Oscars Preview: Cate Blanchett, Matthew McConaughey, '12 Years a Slave' Win Independent Spirit Awards
Will "12 Years a Slave" also win the Oscar?
Cate Blanchett: 5 Reasons Why Oscar Winner, 'Blue Jasmine' Star Is Best Actress Of Our Time
Every time she's in a movie she adopts a new accent and persona.
Dan Harris Drug Abuse: ABC News Anchor Is Latest To Admit To Problem With Substance Abuse At Network
Why do so many TV anchors have substance abuse issues?
London Or Paris: Which European Capital City Gets The Most Overseas Visitors?
Both cities get hordes of tourists. But only one can be No. 1.
French President Francois Hollande Sex Scandal: Alleged Mistress French Actress Julie Gayet Launches Civil Lawsuit; Hollande Partner Still In Hospital
When will Francois Hollande announce who will accompany him to Washington?
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Obama and three former U.S. presidents were among the thousands who paid tribute to Nelson Mandela in Soweto, outside Johannesburg.
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Nelson Mandela's death evokes memories and reflections for an expatriate South African.
Obama Reacts To Mass Shooting At Danbury Elementary School
Obama is reacting to mass shooting at Danbury school as details still need to unfold about the number of fatalities.
Mexico Prepares For 'The Mayan Apocalypse' On Dec. 21, 2012
President Felipe Calderon forecast Mexico would attract at least 52 million tourists for the “Year of the Maya."