State of siege in Ecuador continued Friday. Residents say the worst appears over, but tensions could flare anew if Rafeal Correa goes ahead with cuts in police benefits.
Ryder Cup: The first day of the golf competition in Wales was delayed by heavy rain for several hours Friday. Because of the bad weather, the first set of Ryder Cup matches will have to be completed on Saturday morning.
After the Zimbabwe government paid North Korean sculptors $600,000 for two monuments honoring a Zimbabwe freedom fighter, fierce criticism led to their dismantlement.
The incident encapsulates many of the challenges for NATO tankers and supply lines, including militant attacks, disastrous floods, and mercurial Pakistan-US relations.
Public evidence out so far of a Mumbai-style terror attack contains claims that a group of men was hoping to kill people in London, but had no operatives in place, no weapons, and little in the way of logistics.
Alberto Contador, winner of this year's Tour de France, tested positive for a banned substance during the race. The cycling superstar says he was a victim of food contamination.
Debt reduction plans by European governments spark protest from unions, which hope to rally 100,000 marchers in Brussels.
A gunman fires several shots, hitting no one, before killing himself in UT shooting. The Texas legislature is expected to consider a law next session allowing students to carry concealed weapons on campus. The Austin campus has been at the center of the debate.
Rick Lazio, former congressman from New York state, announced Monday he is dropping out of the New York governor's race. On his way out, Lazio blasted both Republican Carl Paladino and Democrat Andrew Cuomo.