Think you can hide out in cyberspace? Think again. The FBI is all over Facebook, Twitter, and other sites.
With the 'March Madness' NCAA men's basketball tournament set to begin Tuesday, here's a quick list of fun facts on the 65-team field. Which team has the longest current winning streak, you ask?
Julius Caesar was forewarned about the "Ides of March." March 15 wasn't his best day.
HUN SEN: 25 years, 2 months. Cambodia’s prime minister was thrust into power in January 1985, making the 33-year-old the youngest prime minister in the world. The former Khmer Rouge cadre’s journey from communist leader to elected head of government spans 25 years of civil war and a massive UN-administered transition to democracy. His government is one of the world's most corrupt and is widely accused of pillaging the country's natural resources.
Ducks dive in search of food at a pond in Minsk, Belarus, on Monday.
Pirates are making headway off the West African coast – the Gulf of Guinea is second only to Somalia in terms of pirate attacks.
Boys play football on a dusty patch of land on the streets in Bentiu, south-central Sudan, on Nov. 8. Bentiu was a flash point during the two-decade civil war between North and South Sudan.
This year, cellphone magnate Mo Ibrahim won't be giving a $5 million prize for good governance. Why not?
Bush had shunned it as an ineffective dictators' club. Obama's team pledges to work from within to 'improve' it.