Ann Curry will be released as a Today show co-host, just a few months after speculation increased about her job security, according to reports
Keelin Godsey, who will compete in Thursday's U.S. Olympic trials for hammer throw, could end up the first openly transgender athlete to represent the United States in the Olympic Games.
U.S. Central Intelligence Agency operatives are speeding the flow of automatic weapons, rocket propelled grenades and other arms from southern Turkey to Syrian rebels, according to a recent report. The weapons are paid for by the governments of Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
After weeks of uncertainty, a Greek government has emerged following talks between Greece's center-right New Democracy party, which won Sunday's parliamentary elections, and the smaller leftist parties that lost seats.
New leak alleges U.S. and Israel created Flame virus to hamper Iran's nuclear progress.
David Hemler, who deserted the United States Air Force approximately 28 years ago, was found in Sweden, where he has been living since 1984, after he revealed his true identity to his family.
For the third time in a mere two weeks, the motorcade of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has been involved in a fatal accident. Who is to blame?
Here are the top five anger prone stars that would be seriously dangerous if they were armed.
Oscar-nominated actress Susan Tyrrell famous for her roles in Fat City and Cry Baby alongside Johnny Depp died on Sunday, her family confirmed to People magazine. She was 67.
The federal government has lost another trial against a professional athlete.
Charlie Sheen is reportedly getting ready to retire. The former Two-and-a-Half Men star plans on making his next acting gig - starring in FX's upcoming Anger Management, his last.
With Sunday's Greek election result doing little to ease long-term fears that the country still faces a messy exit from the euro, the G-20 delegates are left speculating how to tackle a spiraling crisis with no clear end in sight.
There's concern among some U.S. lawmakers that recent national security leaks that allegedly originated in the White House may have, among other consequences, jeopardized the security of Americans conducting the operations.
The death of Erica Kennedy has shocked the PR and fashion and journalism world, but while the beautiful writer has been making headlines since her mysterious death, she was not quite a household name.
In the latest blow to international efforts to stem the spiraling bloodshed in Syria, the United Nations has announced it is suspending its observer mission.
I think the real importance of the ?Fifty Shades? series is that it has made explicit erotica more acceptable, more public, one male reader said. In a society that is often repressive and puritanical, I find this reassuring.?
Niagara Falls Tightrope Walk 2012: Watch Nik Wallenda?s Incredible Journey From New York To Canada On Wire [VIDEO]
U.S. tightrope walker Nik Wallenda has made it across Niagara Falls walking on nothing but a thin wire, the AFP reported. Cheered on by throngs of spectators, the skilled performer fulfilled his childhood dream on June 15.
As Greek voters prepare to the go to the polls on Sunday and central banks around the world prepare to enter crisis mode if far left-wing candidate Alexis Tsipras wins and reneges on the country's bailout package, thus threatening euro zone solidarity, the Greek economy may slip into something resembling medieval Europe's Dark Ages.
Chris Brown and Drake got into a violent brawl in a New York City nightclub on Thursday. The woman at the center of the storm is none other than R&B superstar Rihanna, who has been romantically linked to both men.
The Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) was awarded a contract worth $489.53 million to begin purchasing parts, materials, and components for a seventh batch of 35 F-35 Joint Strike Fighter planes, the U.S. Defense Department announced Friday.
?This is not a threat, but whoever is planning an attack should think about this.?
The Australian government has released new information about the extensive history of physical and sexual abuse of minors in the military dating back more than five decades.
Pre-Market Movers (Royal Bank of Scotland, Nokia, Facebook, Navistar, JPMorgan Chase, Alcoa, GlaxoSmithKline)
Royal Bank of Scotland Group, Nokia Corp, Navistar International, Sohu.com, Facebook, JPMorgan Chase, Alcoa and GlaxoSmithKline are among the companies whose shares are moving in pre-market trading Friday.
The online Apple Store page for the Retina display-equipped MacBook Pro shows that the shipping dates for both the 2.3 and 2.6GHz models have been changed from 2-to-3 weeks to 3-to-4 weeks. However, there's apparently no shipping delay for the non-Retina MacBook Pros.
Ponzi schemes leave their victims in financial ruin and their perpetrators, if caught, with lengthy prison terms such as the 110-year sentence given today to Ponzi schemer and former Texas billionaire Allen Stanford. What is a Ponzi scheme?