An anti-abortionist activist was convicted in Kansas of murdering a doctor in the first degree who performed abortions.
Facing a government inquiry over the Iraq War, former English P.M. Tony Blair said that the British should feel a sense of pride about the war.
The remains of a man who won $31 million in the Florida state lottery have been found burried in concrete after he disappeared last April.
Members of the GOP regret allowing cameras into Obama’s Q&A with House Republicans after such a positive response to the President’s remarks.
Following the death of iconic American author J.D. Salinger yesterday, publisher Roger Lathbury recalls a book deal with the eccentric writer which went sour.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair acknowledged today that Saddam Hussein didn’t become a bigger threat after September 11, but that the “perception of risk” changed.
Gun lovers converged on the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas for the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show to check out the highest tech offerings.
Schizophrenia has a significant environmental link and can be triggered in the womb by an infection, with the symptoms lying dormant for years, according to new research.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has said Palestine will not accept Abu Dis as the capital of their future state and will insist on receiving control over east Jerusalem.
How can America’s banks be regulated properly if the Senate is owned by Wall Street? asks The Independent writer Johann Hair, who fears corruption is “smothering America’s future.”
Militants in Somalia’s capital have attacked African Union peacekeepers exactly a year after President Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed took political office. Up to 12 people were killed.
Iran executed two men yesterday alleged to be members of the opposition group Mujahedin Khalq, which is reportedly involved in a mosque bombing in 2008 which killed 13 people.
French authorities are planning to appeal against the acquittal of former prime minister Dominique De Villepan over allegations of a campaign to smear President Nicholas Sarkozy.
The most urgent relief operations in Haiti are ending as the deliveries of aid received so far are reaching the most immediate needs, according to UN and US aid officials.
Delegates at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland are predicting that the global economic recovery could lose pace later this year as heavy debts weigh on the beleaguered.