Topic: The Associated Press
Wyclef Jean on Tuesday announced his bid to run for president of Haiti in the country's Nov. 28 election. Analysts say Wyclef Jean is in a strong position to become Haiti president after René Préval.
08/04/2010 01:13 pm
Phoenix plane crash caused a fire at an industrial building near the airport. Police say the aircraft involved in the Phoenix plane crash belonged to a local company.
08/04/2010 01:11 pm
With several other countries threatening a BlackBerry ban, the smartphone's parent company stands to lose 2 million of its 46 million users worldwide.
08/04/2010 12:52 pm
Toyota reported a quarterly profit of $2.2 billion. Toyota, which makes the Camry sedan and Prius hybrid, raised its full year earnings forecast Wednesday, and said it now expects to sell 7.38 million vehicles worldwide for the year through March 2011.
08/04/2010 09:47 am
Identity theft that targets children is rising. Here are five steps to protect your family.
08/03/2010 05:38 pm
A driver called into a disciplinary meeting at Hartford Distributors in Manchester, Ct., opened fire on employees at the busiest time of the day Tuesday, police say.
08/03/2010 05:05 pm
Fox News moves up to the front row in the White House briefing room, and the Associated Press gets Helen Thomas’s old seat.
08/02/2010 03:32 pm
China's cooperation with new US sanctions on North Korea is 'critical' to their efficacy, US special adviser for nonproliferation Robert Einhorn said Monday in Seoul.
08/02/2010 09:49 am
Federal regulators had issued safety warnings about the condition of the pipeline in the Michigan oil spill that leaked nearly 1 million gallons of oil into the Kalamazoo River this week.
07/30/2010 08:06 pm
Some are pointing fingers at Iran, which has threatened to close off the strategic Strait of Hormuz in retaliation for sanctions, for denting a Japanese oil tanker this week. Some 40 percent of the world's oil shipments pass through the strait.
07/30/2010 09:35 am