Engineers may have to bring in a second saw to finish the cut-and-cap operation.
Scientists are studying how exactly the giant, cylindrical Guatemala sinkhole was formed, and how to prevent more. Meanwhile, the US is joining relief efforts to help the thousands left homeless by Tropical Storm Agatha.
Israel says its raid on the so-called Freedom Flotilla carrying humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip, which left nine activists dead, was a justified defense of its economic blockade of Gaza. Legal scholars aren't so sure.
In an email to friends on Tuesday, Al and Tipper Gore announced they are separating after 40 years of marriage, a decision that was mutually agreed to.
President Hamid Karzai's speech was interrupted by gunfire and nearby rocket explosions. He called for the Afghanistan Taliban to disassociate themselves with Al Qaeda and join the government.
French-born artist Louise Bourgeois, who passed away Monday, was known for her 'confessional' work that explored themes of female sexuality, birth, and death.
In e-mail circulated among the couple's associates, former Vice President Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, announced that they are separating.
Chinese production of Honda automobiles remains stalled as the result of a strike by workers looking for a larger wage increase.
Flooding and landslides from tropical storm Agatha have killed more than 150 people throughout Central America in the past few days, and apparently caused a giant Guatemala City sinkhole.