A bomb blast that killed nine at a German bakery in Pune, India is threatening to derail peace talks with neighboring Pakistan though no group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Regulators hired by Toyota narrowed the scope of at least four government investigations into the now infamous accelerator problems that have recalled millions of vehicles.
This winter's Olympic medals contain recycled material from junked electronic equipment like circuit boards and cathode ray tubes that would otherwise occupy a dump.
The notorious private security firm Blackwater, currently Xe, was charging the government to fly a Filipina prostitute into Afghanistan and pay her a monthly salary as "morale welfare recreation".
The White House has formally invited the Congress to attend a televised legislative debate over healthcare reform scheduled for February 25th in the nation's capital.
Out of work sugar cane farmers from the small county of Xalisco, Mexico have opened big black tar heroin operations accross the Midwest targeting white, middle class buyers.
The professor who killed three of her colleagues during a department meeting also shot and killed her 18-year-old brother 24 years ago in Massachusetts.
With NATO forces on their way to securing the city of Marjah, questions remain about the strategic importance of the city and its place in a war to promote democracy.
Despite the lack of snowfall in Vancouver, the half-Canadian mogulist Hannah Kearney has given the U.S. its first gold medal of the games.
After a campaign to publicize an invasion of Marjah, Afghanistan during which most of the Taliban left, coalition forces have moved in and secured a majority of the city only hours after invading.
The luge track where a Georgian athlete died is being refitted with safer walls after the tragedy cast a somber mood over the opening ceremony.
Google Buzz is under fire for violating the privacy of its gmail clients by making their email contact list into a public friends list on the new social media platform.
Amy Bishop, an assistant professor of biology who has shot and killed three of her colleagues at the U of Alabama-Hunstville, was recently twice denied tenure.
MTV, which now hosts mainly reality television series, has dropped 'Music Television' from its official logo giving the brand more flexibility.
Personal ads recently found from the 17th century are more about money and stability than love or romance; the uncovered ads are stored in the British Library.