US sexual abuse charges against French politician Dominique Strauss-Kahn may be dropped soon, but a French novelist now says she will charge him with attempted rape.
The right-wing Danish People's Party insisted that Denmark, part of the Schengen travel zone, impose spot border checks to keep out 'criminals from Eastern Europe.'
The soon-to-be separate countries will remain interdependent after South Sudan's July 9 independence because of intertwined economies and security concerns.
Breakdancing still brings to mind images of kids spinning on cardboard on Bronx sidewalks. But Seoul, South Korea has become the epicenter of the art form.
The WikiLeaks boss appears to take credit for the Egyptian revolution in a fundraising ad. He also reflects on his time in Miss Egypt's home.
Cafe Reconcile, located in one of New Orleans' roughest neighborhoods, provides training and instruction to its students while serving local, inexpensive food.
Gold coins, diamonds, and other precious stones discovered in the vaults of a Hindu temple in southern India are worth an estimated $22 billion. Debate is brewing about what to be done with the riches.
Standard & Poor's called the proposal to roll over Greek debt tantamount to default. In Germany, some economists are challenging German part in eurozone bailouts.
One American has been confirmed dead in the accident, which came after a flash storm upended the boat before dawn Sunday, spilling dozens of tourists and crew members into the water.
Despite US training and support, West African nations have been unable to stamp out the terrorist group and the upheaval in Libya may be bolstering the group's arsenal.
A week into his new job, Japan's disaster reconstruction minister resigned after making remarks widely criticized as offensive during a visit to the tsunami-devastated northeastern coast.
Since last year's flotilla debacle killed nine Turkish activists, Israel has cultivated ties with Greece, offering the debt-ridden country generous military aid.
Despite the Russian media report, the Libyan government denies Qaddafi will consider stepping down and rebels say he must face justice.
Thailand is set to place a woman with little political experience in charge in a transition of power that could soothe six years of political turmoil.
Just days after announcing that he was being treated for cancer in Cuba, Chávez made a surprise return to Venezuela yesterday. He's just in time for today's bicentennial celebrations.
Cle Ross is turning an eyesore in Kansas City, Kan., back into a baseball park to get urban kids off the streets and teach life lessons.
China's Communist Party has transformed from the secretive, illegal revolutionary force that it was 90 years ago to a political party at the helm of a rapidly changing China.