Pakistan flood foreign aid groups appear to be unfazed by Taliban threats that their presence is 'unacceptable.' Foreign aid workers note that they are always working in a 'high security context.'
Performers in costumes dance during the closing ceremony of the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games at the Marina Bay Floating Platform on Thursday.
Sgt. 1st Class Charles Godleski, of Ellington, holds his grandson Noah Godleski after he arrives at the Army aviation support facility in Windsor Locks, Conn., on Wednesday. About 110 soldiers of the 250th Engineer Co., Connecticut National Guard who were deployed to Iraq last winter have returned home.
In wake of a Philippines hostage crisis that left 9 people dead, lawmakers have called for the resignation of Manila’s police commander, the chief of the National Capital Region police, and the head of the SWAT force.
A hippopotamus calf swims near her mother, Kathi, in the zoo in Berlin on Tuesday.
It's premature to declare 'mission accomplished,' and many Americans didn't support the Iraq war. Yet it seems right to somehow honor these returning soldiers.
The US Air Force's secret X-37B space plane has boosted itself into a new orbit, say skywatchers.
Floodwaters in New Orleans inundate a neighborhood September 10, 2005, days after levees broke, flooding the city and forcing residents who had not evacuated to scramble to save their lives.
Bomber drone unveiled on Sunday by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is the country's first domestically built unmanned bomber aircraft, calling it an 'ambassador of death' to Iran's enemies.
Vice President Joe Biden told the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Indianapolis on Monday that ‘politics, not war, has broken out in Iraq.’ But experts caution against excessive optimism.