White iPhone 4, Apple's long lost tech unicorn, will really, truly go on sale tomorrow, according to Apple. The company delayed its white iPhone 4 for 10 months in order to "get every detail right."
France issued its first ticket to a woman wearing an Islamic veil on Monday, the day a national ban on face coverings in public took effect. The new law is among a number of legal and political moves across Europe targeting Islam amid a growing debate over multiculturalism. Here are five recent actions taken regarding Islam in the public sphere.
Runner Mohamed Marhum left behind poverty in Morocco to become a gold medal hopeful for Spain in the 2012 Olympics. The global sports trade is drawing more scrutiny as athletes trade talent for naturalization.
Congo is only seven months away from elections, but the parliament is still considering changes to the electoral law and donor support is far less than requested.
Out of the UN comes a new idea for ending war. Peacebuilders: An intensive process that gives permission for foreign 'interference' in conflict resolution.
Journalist Gert Van Langendonck explores the history of Ras Lanuf, the front line in Libya's war now – and in ancient times.
The delicate green is often classed as gourmet fare, but a few simple recipes can bring it into the mainstream.
The bulls were in charge last week, taking advantage of a big drop in volatility to stealthily sprint ahead. Stocks will try to keep the momentum going Monday, despite geopolitical risk and more potentially horrid housing data. Here are the Top 5 business news events we're watching for on Monday:
Ford idles European plant as a precautionary measure to conserve parts. Ford also cancels overtime at three US plants and one in Thailand.
Natural gas prices have climbed since the Middle East uprisings began in January. Japan may well need more natural gas to replace lost nuclear power, but US is mostly insulated from price shocks.