Secretary of State Clinton warns of a "perfect storm of powerful trends" across the region, including a young population, political repression, economic disparity, and dwindling supplies of oil and water.
Snow 'farms', snow melters, and even a 'snow party' in Boston Harbor: Cities and businesses come up with various solutions as they struggle to remove growing mounds of snow.
Egypt has been the scene of more than 100 incidents involving the harm or detention of journalists in the past 36 hours, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
A US judge this week told claims czar Kenneth Feinberg, who oversees BP's escrow fund, to make clear to claimants that he is affiliated with BP. The system for recouping losses stemming from the Gulf oil spill is stacked against applicants, critics charge.
Usain Bolt will be representing Jamaica at the London 2012 Summer Olympics, sporting a uniform designed by Cedella Marley, daughter of the late Jamaican reggae rocker. Usain Bolt will be defending his Olympic titles in the 100 and 200 meter dashes next year.
Troy Polamalu was named the league's best defensive player by the AP this week. With his flowing locks, Troy Polamalu will be a key component of the Pittsburgh Steelers defensive game plan in Super Bowl XLV.
News Corp. will likely launch an iPad newspaper today. Reports say "The Daily" will only come on iPads and will cost money to download. Can an iPad newspaper last when so much free news exists online?
Colleen LaRose, who went by the online name 'Jihad Jane,' has pleaded guilty to four federal charges.
A Pakistan court refused to release Raymond Davis, an employee of the US Embassy in Lahore, saying that diplomatic immunity only goes so far.
Health care reform is unconstitutional because in mandates that citizens must have insurance, judge rules.