New French law will give illegal downloaders two chances to stop pirating before they are called before a judge.
The U.S. has closed its embassy in Yemen due to threats of violence while American military presence there is set to double.
Two-thirds of President Karzai’s proposed cabinet appointees have been rejected by the Afghan Parliament.
Alternatives are being developed to the controversial full-body scan technology to be used soon in American airports.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown will host international summits this month to address the future of Afghanistan and Yemen.
Dismissal of the case against Blackwater guards gives Iraqis the impression that American private security firms can act with impunity.
At least 93 people were killed in northwest Pakistan when a truck filled with explosives was detonated at a volleyball tournament.
The $75 billion program to lessen high mortgage payments is a band aid that is keeping real estate prices artificially high.
Fox and Time Warner have reached an agreement to keep Fox on the air after it demanded direct payment from the cable provider to air its content.
A Swedish program is helping American families change their lives to see that reducing energy consumption needn’t be painful.
The rare earth metal crucial for clean-energy technology is found in vast quantities in China but its export is tightly controlled.
The rich celebrity tells his audience there is nothing wrong with American healthcare after receiving treatment while on his Hawaiian vacation.
One-tenth of a second is enough time to read even a complex change in emotion on someone’s face.
Police around the world were highly organized and out in force during last night’s celebrations on the lookout for drunkards and terrorists.
George W. Bush’s notorious deputy chief of staff makes New Year’s resolutions for politicians on both sides of the aisle.