For a man who once said he had majored in math but "never took a course in political correctness," Herman Cain's ascension in the Republican presidential campaign has been, if nothing else, rich with zingers. And if his time in the limelight has been any indication, he's just getting started. Take a look at seven of Mr. Cain's most memorable quotes.
Dreamliner orders took a hit with one Chinese airline cancelling its order for 24 Dreamliners. But another Chinese airline said Wednesday it would not cancel its Dreamliner order.
Protests in solidarity with 'Occupy Wall Street' occurred in US cities and around the world Saturday, sometimes drawing several thousand marchers. A key reason: Unemployment remains high, three years after a financial crisis in which banks got controversial bailouts.
iPhone sales: Thousands are lining up outside of Apple stores in big cities around the world to get their hands on the iPhone 4S, the last iPhone unveiled during Steve Jobs's life.
President Ali Abdullah Saleh's recent return to Yemen has emboldened Saleh loyalists and angered protesters further. A civil war in Yemen could have repercussions for global trade.
The main Apple Inc. website featuring Apple co-founder and former Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs is seen on an iPhone in Sydney, Australia, on Oct. 6. Mr. Jobs, the Silicon Valley entrepreneur who reinvented the world's computing, music, and mobile phone industries and changed the daily habits of millions around the globe, died on Oct. 5.
NYC helicopter crash into the East River killed one passenger and injured three others. Investigators are still trying to determine why the helicopter went down shortly after takeoff from a riverbank heliport.
A magnitude 6.9 Himalayan quake on the border between India and Nepal, highlights the extreme hazard the region faces as enormous patches of Earth's crust crash into each other.
Patrick Crane was impressed by his solar roof. Now the former LinkedIn executive expects solar power to become a 'social phenomenon.'
According to court documents, Australia 'collar bomb' suspect Paul Peters – arrested in Kentucky Monday – once worked for a company with links to the father of Madeleine Pulver.