A diver swims near a school of giant jellyfish in the Sea of Japan off Echizen, Japan, on Oct. 31. The jellyfish in the school measure nearly three feet in diameter. Local fisherman said the jellyfish are actually smaller this year, but are present in huge numbers.
The World Bank agreed Sunday to boost China’s voting share to 4.42 percent, giving it the third biggest say after the United States and Japan.
The science and history behind oil spills.
Congress is moving quickly to force Obama into blocking gasoline sales to Iran over its nuclear ambitions. A US naval blockade is the only real way to enforce that. And from Iran's point of view, that means war.
The 'World Economic Outlook' report, released Wednesday by the IMF, finds that emerging nations will lead stronger than expected growth in the world economy over the next year.
South Korea arrested two North Korean agents who posed as defectors in a plot to assassinate North Korean defector Hwang Jang-yop. The former top official left the North 13 years ago.