Topic: The Associated Press
A 1976 Apple-I computer sold for upwards of $200K at Christie's this week.
11/24/2010 10:40 pm
'We need to draw lessons from it,' says the government spokesman. A special investigative committee has been tasked with finding the cause of the deadly Cambodia stampede.
11/23/2010 12:45 pm
Myanmar junta foe and democracy advocate, Aung San Suu Kyi, greeted her son at the airport Tuesday. It was the first time they had seen each other for ten years.
11/22/2010 11:26 pm
The Somali piracy trials, the first in centuries, have shed light on counterpiracy efforts. But some say the trials will not deter pirates, who have hijacked 37 ships in 2010 alone.
11/22/2010 08:46 am
Terrorism & Security US envoy arrives in Seoul amid 'stunning' report on new North Korea nuclear facility
US envoy to North Korea Stephen Bosworth arrived in Seoul Sunday to meet with South Korean officials to discuss how resume six-party talks on denuclearizing North Korea.
11/21/2010 10:26 am
A gas explosion ripped through the largest coal mine in New Zealand Friday. Rescue efforts are expected to begin shortly. Another Chilean miners rescue story?
11/19/2010 09:25 am
The Dollywood theme park won the 2010 Applause Award which was accepted by Dolly Parton in Orlando.
11/18/2010 10:24 pm
Al Qaeda-linked terror threats in Europe this fall put intelligence and security forces, as well as the public, on edge. Most recently, Germany ramped up its security in anticipation of a possible attack. Below, an overview of those threats and incidents:
11/18/2010 05:28 pm
Adm. Mike Mullen, America's top military officer, says the Pentagon is studying how – not whether – to end the 'don't ask, don't tell' ban on openly gay members. But some lawmakers are balking.
11/18/2010 04:43 pm
FIFA, the world body that governs soccer, has suspended two officials from participating in selecting the 2018 and 2022 World Cup host nations. FIFA made the announcement Thursday after completing a corruption investigation.
11/18/2010 04:18 pm