U.S. President Barack Obama is going to make it rain money to ensure the nation's livestock get enough water and to fight rising food prices during one of the country's worst droughts in half a century.
Brazil's former president, Luis Inacio "Lula" da Silva, is not on trial himself, but his legacy may be destroyed.
By picking Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin as his running mate Saturday, Mitt Romney signaled that he was trying to put a fresh face on his campaign for his core demographic of conservative voters. But Ryan comes with some positions that many moderate or liberal voters may hate, and even some conservatives too.
The Indian government's proposed plan to provide free mobile phones to every family below the poverty line may not take off as the Finance Ministry and the opposition parties objected to the move.
People have been spreading divorce rumors about Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith in recent years, but, during an interview with Essence, she said their marriage is fine, RadarOnline.com reported.
While the advertisement contains legitimate complaints about West's congressional record, the image of him punching women and senior citizens in the face distracts from its message.
Decrying the recent mass shootings in Colorado and Wisconsin -- as well as gun violence in general -- the infamous serial killer David Berkowitz told the New York Daily News on Friday that "society has to take the glory out of guns."
They’re here now, but they won’t be around forever.
Magaliesburg is a stronghold for white Afrikaners.
Data compiled by the Congressional Research Service show that thousands of Americans making more than $1 million got unemployment benefits.
Forty years after dousing Vietnam's vegetation with the toxic defoliant Agent Orange, the U.S. will finally attempt to clean up the mess.
In a move that can be apparently dubbed as a political soap to boost the sliding popularity of his Congress party in the 2014 general elections, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is expected to launch a scheme to provide free mobile connection to six million poor families in the country.
The Federal Reserve sent some strong messages in its latest policy statement that it is heading toward new easing measures to buck up the weak economy. But the central bank may have a different caliber of weapon in mind other than launching another round of large-scale asset purchases, or QE3.
As the U.N. General Assembly session in September approaches, Israel is flexing its muscles against a Palestinian bid for statehood, but such a move could only spell trouble for both sides.
Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown law student whom Rush Limbaugh notoriously labeled a "slut," will introduce President Barack Obama at a rally in Denver on Wednesday, offering further proof that the incumbent's campaign will use women's rights as a key issue in the 2012 presidential election.
A college dropout pleaded guilty on Tuesday to killing six people and wounding 13 others, including then-Representative Gabrielle Giffords, in a shooting rampage in Tucson, Arizona last year.
At what point should the American people intervene and stop Wall Street from giving Grandma the SHAFT? Playing by the rules has become the scam.
The Israeli Knesset Speaker has declared that if the Palestinian Authority moves forward with its bid for statehood, Israel will annex parts of the West Bank.
The Obama administration is starting to launch an initiative that could protect hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants from deportation, announcing on Friday that it would start accepting applications in mid-August.
The FBI, probing the Wisconsin Sikh Temple shooting, in which a gunman killed six and critically injured three others on Sunday, hinted that it could be an act of domestic terrorism. Meanwhile, the Sikh community in the U.S calls it a crime of "hate and ignorance."
The controversial Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kan., wasted no time Sunday in reacting to the tragic death of Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid's son, Garrett Reid, and the even more tragic shootings at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin.
China criticizes the U.S. for accusing Beijing of escalating tensions in the South China Sea by setting up a new military garrison on a disputed island in the waters.