The White House decries newly proposed settlements in East Jerusalem which Israel says are not covered by its proposed construction moratorium.
China executed a British citizen early this morning for smuggling heroin despite claims the man was severely mentally ill.
Newt Gingrich says that during the 2010 midterm elections Republicans will run on repealing any healthcare legislation made into law.
Pirates have taken a U.K. flagged chemical tanker off the coast of Somalia in the Gulf of Aden and can be expected to demand a ransom.
A U.S. judge has ruled that the BitTorrent search engine ISO Hunt is illegal because it celebrates copyright violation.
Grant money is sought to preserve an attendance log that Robert Frost kept while he was teaching at a grammar school in Methuen, MA.
Scientists believe that the “hunger gene” which tells the brain when the body needs food can act when we’re already full.
Researchers have created solar panels tiny as glitter specks which could be placed anywhere to power the future.
European companies have built China the world’s fastest train which took its maiden voyage last weekend.
The U.S. has an increasing military presence in Yemen which is seen as the next potential training ground for Al Qaeda operatives.
That the Nigerian terrorist was not investigated is due to a massive database of 500,000 possible terrorists, officials say.
Political opponents have been arrested, as many as eight killed and over 300 arrested as protests in Iran take a violent turn.
As climate change legislation gets more attention more businesses are lobbying Congress to get their piece of the pie.
China is scheduled to execute a Briton convicted of smuggling heroin despite claims that he is severely mentally ill.
New research suggests that disinfectants can train bacteria to resist antibiotics they have never been exposed to before.