Commodities-hungry China is pulling Brazil, Chile, and others out of recession. But Mexico and Central America, dependent on US sales, are lagging.
The trial of former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic on ethnic-cleansing charges began Thursday in the Hague with Karadzic staying away, saying he needs more time to prepare his defense.
Scientology has faced several legal tussles in the US and Europe, with a fraud ruling against the church in France merely the latest.
New study finds that trees cover a significant portion of the world’s farmlands.
As exploring the heavens becomes more expensive, many experts think it is time for nations to band together to push humanity to the next threshold of space exploration.
But questions over a US role in any economic grouping and rivalry between China and Japan may thwart a rapid rollout of either plan.
In most countries, 'football' means kicking that round thing around. But it would be fun for the 'Patriots' to show Brits what a former colony can do.
Critics say Dick Cheney and George Bush themselves ‘dithered’ on Afghanistan for years. And Cheney left office so unpopular that his reemergence on the political scene reminds most Americans why they voted for Obama in the first place.