French citizen is likely among militants in beheading video

2014-11-19 10:19

A French official says there is a strong likelihood that a French citizen was among the Islamic militants who executed an American aid worker.

US medical supplies donated overseas

2014-11-19 10:19

American hospitals and medical centers are left with thousands of kilograms of medical supplies that never get used.

Obama Could Act This Week on Immigration Reform

2014-11-18 11:21

For years, Congress has debated the issue but failed to pass an immigration reform bill that could be signed into law.

China Opens Shanghai Stock Market to Hong Kong

2014-11-18 11:19

Investors in Hong Kong and Shanghai may now invest in a limited group of securities on either city's stock exchange.

Robot Takes Cues from Deadly Rattlesnakes

2014-11-17 15:36

Five years ago, the Mars Rover Spirit got stuck in sand on the red planet. Spirit is one of the American space agency's two motorized vehicles on Mars.

South Korea Attempting to Reuse More E-Waste

2014-11-17 15:33

South Korea is dealing with increasing amounts of waste from electronic devices. These useless or unwanted parts are often called "e-waste."

G8 Leaders Meet on Economy

2013-06-17 15:56

Leaders from eight of the world’s leading industrialized countries meet in Britain next week for their G8 annual summit on the economy and world affairs.

Effort Under Way to Expand US Parks, Playgrounds

2013-06-17 15:56

Public parks are important to urban life, but green spaces and play areas are rare in many cities. Many organizations and volunteers are trying to change that.

Best of Broadway to be Honored Sunday

2013-06-08 13:45

It’s spring in New York and that means it’s time for the Tony Awards, which recognize the best musicals, plays and actors on Broadway.

Russia's Putin and Wife Announce Split

2013-06-08 13:45

She was rarely seen in public in recent years, but Lyudmila was at her husband's side when he announced they are no longer living together.

Demand Grows for Global Ban on 'Killer Robots'

2013-05-27 14:16

Among them was American Jody Williams, who won the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize for her role in the campaign to ban landmines.

Star Trek Influence Lives Long and Prospers

2013-05-27 14:16

Star Trek still inspires engineers, said Mike Gold, corporate counsel at Bigelow Aerospace.











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