Anna Chapman, one of ten Russian sleeper agents in the US recently swapped for alleged Western spies, has had her British citizenship revoked.
In Afghanistan the Internet is working normally. Even access to pornographic websites is possible – which means the Internet here is more free than in many countries.
Sarah Palin and Bill Clinton are shaking up Georgia's race for governor, offering endorsements ahead of the July 20 primary.
'Barefoot Bandit' or Jesse James? America has a soft spot for some wrongdoers. Colton Harris-Moore won fans on Facebook and beyond as a suspect in robberies that 'stick it to the man.'
'Barefoot bandit' Colton Harris-Moore will face illegal weapons possession and other charges in the Bahamas, following his arrest Sunday.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy is expected to address allegations that his campaign received $190,000 in illegal campaign contributions from France's richest woman, L’Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt.
Octopus Paul has used his alleged psychic powers for the last time. Octopus Paul will be retiring from the oracle business, say officials at his aquarium in Germany.
Criticism of Obama for his handling of the Gulf oil spill, though still muted, sounds much like that of President Bush after Katrina.
Jennifer Lopez's scheduled July 24 performance in Turkish-held north Cyprus – a state recognized only by Turkey – has been canceled after protests from thousands of displaced Greek Cypriots.