President Obama has booked a stay at the Taj Mahal Palace during his trip to India early next month. The Mumbai hotel was attacked as part of a terrorist operation in the city in November 2008.
The Asian space race is moving along slowly, but steadily – and China is in the lead, with technology that could give it a military advantage over the US.
Millions are paid to Afghan private security companies to deliver food and ammunition to NATO troops. But the companies are accused of human rights abuses and paying the Taliban.
The common ancestors of humans, apes, and monkeys, might have originally arisen in Asia, a new fossil discovery in Libya suggests.
South Korea's 3rd-quarter economic growth saw reduced gains with GDP growth dropping from 1.4 percent in 2Q to 0.7 percent in 3Q.
With a lagging economy, high unemployment, and aging transportation systems, Americans debate the best ways to invest in their infrastructure and stimulate economic activity – from high-speed rail and congestion pricing, to cutting pork and tapping private capital.
Madonna gyms, officially known as 'Hard Candy Fitness' gyms, will soon open in 11 locations on four continents, starting with one in Mexico on the Monday after Thanksgiving.
As the food recall list grows and food imports flood into the US, it may be time to revamp America's 70-year-old laws on food safety.
G20 nations are in danger of escalating currency wars, as each strives to give its exports a price advantage on the world market. Anxiety rises as finance ministers meet this week.