Auto plants running around the clock in China still cannot meet the burgeoning demand of a growing middle class in urban and rural areas.
A Red Cross fundraising campaign for Haiti raised record amounts via text messages after a campaign on social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook.
After a car crash that crushed her windpipe a Belgian woman kept a donor’s windpipe in her forearm before the transplant occurred.
Saddam Hussein’s notorious cousin known as Chemical Ali has been sentenced to death for gassing Kurds at the end of the Iran-Iraq war.
The Republican candidate aiming to fill the late Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat from Massachusetts is leading the polls with his vow to kill national healthcare reform.
Yahoo! is being criticized now that it has sided with Google against China after keeping quiet about former hacker attacks it had full knowledge of.
The German government has warned web users that Internet Explorer is insecure after its role in the Google hackings in China.
Big banks are working to cap employee bonuses in the face of a $117bn federal tax and public fury over record payout amounts.
The world’s cheapest car which sells for $2,500 in India is slowly making its way to Europe and the U.S.
President Obama will campaign for Mass. Attny General Martha Coakley in hopes that she will replace the late Ted Kennedy and keep control of the Senate.
The Pentagon has placed blame for the Fort Hood shootings on eight Army officers for not relieving Major Nidal Malik Hasan from his post sooner.
Senator Ben Nelson has removed the deal he cut from the Senate healthcare bill which exempted Nebraska from future Medicaid payments.
13 billion years later, experimenters at UC Berkeley have recreated conditions one millionth of a second after the Big Bang when bizarre plasma filled the universe.
Five years after Ukraine’s Orange Revolution, its leader is polling at three percent while the public expects a rigged election between Moscow’s preferred candidates.
A weak internal government and such massive earthquake devastation have left a death toll that could reach 200,000 and little relief aid.