Topic: The Associated Press
Philippines typhoon barreled toward the country's east coast Tuesday. Nineteen fishermen were reported missing, prompting flight and ferry cancellations, school closures, and warnings of floods and landslides.
07/13/2010 12:57 pm
Omar al-Bashir, the President of Sudan, has been charged with three counts of genocide in Darfur by the International Criminal Court.
07/12/2010 04:22 pm
Fidel Castro is striding back into the limelight after years behind the scenes and out of view.
07/12/2010 04:14 pm
Octopus Paul, the prognosticating invertebrate who accurately predicted the outcomes of all of Germany's World Cup matches, is going to go back to his previous job of being a regular octopus.
07/12/2010 01:29 pm
Offshore drilling chief Michael Bromwich, who started his job three weeks ago as head of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement, says that he is not afraid to put lawbreaking oil executives behind bars.
07/12/2010 01:06 pm
Roman Polanski is a free man Monday after the Swiss government refused to extradite the film director to the US on a 1977 rape charge.
07/12/2010 01:02 pm
Three suspected Al Shabab suicide bombers killed more than 60 people, including one American, in successive bombings at places in the capital of Uganda, Kampala, where fans were watching the World Cup on TV.
07/12/2010 09:30 am
Indian authorities have lifted the Kashmir curfew imposed in the past few days after weeks of protests by separatists led to at least 15 deaths in clashes between protesters and government forces.
07/11/2010 10:46 am
Vicky Pelaez: A willing spy for Russia or a wife deeply betrayed? Or something in between? Exactly what the Peruvian journalist knew is one of the more tantalizing mysteries to emerge from the Russian spy saga.
07/09/2010 08:09 pm
Rio Grande: River-watchers witnessed the Rio Grande transform from a lazy waterway to a vast expanse of brown water.
07/09/2010 07:53 pm