Russia Says It Will Target U.S. Missile Shield

Russia has again warned the U.S. about deploying a missile defense system in Europe, with President Dmitry Medvedev saying his nation will deploy new missiles aimed at the shield if the U.S. goes forward with its plan.

Lech Walesa's Wife Shakes Poland with Frank Biography

The wife of Nobel prize-winning Polish Solidarity leader Lech Walesa describes the loneliness and domestic grind she faced as her husband rose to power in a frank biography that is causing a stir in the country even before its official release.

BREAKING: IMF European Department Director Resigns

The head of the International Monetary Fund's Europe department resigned suddenly on Wednesday, a year after taking on the crucial role, leaving the fund at a critical time as it grapples with the European financial crisis.

NYC Marathon 2011: By the Numbers

The ING NYC Marathon took place Sunday, Nov. 6, and was a huge sensation. Thousands of runners participated in one of the most anticipated contests of the year and the premiere event of the New York Road Runners.


Litzlberg am Attersee by Gustav Klimt a painting for Sotheby's upcoming Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale in New York is seen in a handout photo. Public exhibition of the works will be from October 28 to November 2. The auction will be held o

Klimt painting expected to sell for $25 million

A landscape painting by Austrian artist Gustav Klimt that had been stolen by the Nazis is expected to fetch more than $25 million when it is sold at auction next month, Sotheby's said on Thursday.