Volcano Eruption Creates New Island; Japanese Coast Guard Footage Shows Formation Of Tiny Islet In Pacific Ocean [Photos]
The tiny island, created by a volcanic eruption in Japan's territorial waters, may not last long.
Israel tested its new missile defense system, David's Sling, the final piece of its multi-layered defense shield.
US Stock Futures Suggest Mixed Opening Ahead Of The Release Of FOMC Minutes, Retail Sales, CPI, Home Sales Data
The release of a slew of economic data and the minutes of Federal Reserve's FOMC meeting are ahead this Wednesday.
Syria's chemical weapon stockpile could be destroyed at sea, either on a ship or an offshore rig.
Victims of Bernie Madoff's Ponzi Scheme Could File Claims For Another $2.35 Billion; Madoff Victims Fund Also Recognizes Third Party Claims
The MVF fund is separate from the money recovered by Irving Picard, the court-appointed trustee.
ZEW Economic Sentiment Index For Germany Hits 4-Year High, EU Gains, In November; Current Economic Situation Index Drops
While economic outlook improved in Germany and the euro zone, readings showed a not-so-bright economic situation in the present.
Record High Prices Of Onions In India, Which Soared More Than 278% In October, Limits RBI's Room For Rate Cuts
Spiraling prices of onions and food grains ensure India's central bank governor is walking a thin monetary policy line.
The CDC recommended the vaccination after seven people on campus were diagnosed with meningococcal disease since March.
Israel Detains Al Qaeda-Linked Biological Weapons Expert Without Trial For 3 Years; Claims He Poses Danger To Region And Because No Arab Country Is Willing To Accept Him
Although he hasn't stood trial, no country is willing to accept him, Israeli media reported Monday.
The unprecedented operation is regarded as the first step in a decommissioning process that could take decades to complete.
Opponents say huge wind turbines destroy the beauty of historic sites, leading to a downturn and job losses in the tourism industry.
Iran Almost Halted Expansion Of Its Nuclear Activities In Past 3 Months Ahead Of Talks:UN Report Says But Netanyahu Unimpressed
A UN report showed that Iran stopped expanding its nuclear facilities ahead of nuclear talks but Israel remains unconvinced.
Higher domestic demand and a growth in exports helped the Southeast Asian nation beat GDP expectations in the third quarter.
North Korea Denies Media Reports About Giving Military Aid To Syria; Says It Prefers A Peaceful Settlement With Dialog And Negotiations
North Korea, Syria's close ally, refuted media claims that the reclusive nation has been aiding Syria's government.
High Temperatures Prepare 2013 To Be Among Top 10 Warmest Years Since 1850; Australia Records Highest Temperature, While U.S. Moderates
Rising land and ocean temperatures in 2013 have been driven by an unprecedented increase in greenhouse gases.
Euro Zone, EU Industrial Production Post Decline On A Monthly Basis In September; Show Year-On-Year Growth
Industrial production in Europe fell on a monthly basis while annual growth rate beat expectations.
The settlement could be the largest liability claim deal made by a company over a medical device.
The Vietnamese government is using the threat of a possible death sentence to reduce the high rate of corruption in the nation.
Egypt Worst Country In Arab World To Be A Woman, Comoros The Best, While In Iraq, Conditions For Women Deteriorated After US-Led Invasion: Survey
The Arab uprising failed in its most anticipated outcome of improving women's rights, a survey has said.
The expected holiday season demand for cars failed to materialize in India, pushing down sales further in October.
Indian Mutual Funds' AUM Grew At Its Fastest Pace Since April, Aided By Strong Inflows And RBI Measures
Indian investors favored money-market and equity funds while interest in gold ETFs waned, according to a new report.
Glass Onion Catering Recalls Ready-To-Eat Grilled Chicken Salads, Sandwich Wraps For Possible E. coli Contamination
E. coli O157:H7 is a potentially deadly bacterium that can cause dehydration, bloody diarrhea and abdominal cramps.
The Pennsylvania-based rare-disease drug maker's product pipeline had reportedly attracted several suitors.
The successful launch of the iPhone 5s has encouraged Apple to aggressively market its products in India's mobile-phone market.
The collapse of the banking giant has cost French taxpayers more than 14 billion euros over the last 20 years.
Europe's 1-Ton Satellite Will Fall To Earth On Sunday Night; Scientists Clueless Where It Would Crash
A European satellite is expected to fall to Earth on Sunday night, but scientists can't say where the debris will land.
Third plenum meeting of the Chinese Communist Party could determine the nation's course over the next decade.
Germany's Trade Surplus Hits Record High, French Trade Deficit Widens, UK Balance of Trade Remains Unchanged
Germany's trade surplus touched a record high and France's data was disappointing while the UK's trade deficit remain steady.
The contract is similar to what other intelligence agencies, such as the FBI, have with communication providers.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Have Repaid Most Of The Bailout Money To The US Government; Taxpayers To Get Dividends From Next Year
Taxpayers have recovered most of their money paid to rescue the mortgage giants following a rebound in the nation's housing sector.