Israel and the U.S. are publicly at odds over when Washington would launch a military attack.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney talked about the economy and opposition to military cuts.
Acupuncture reduces back and neck pain, arthritis and headaches, according to the largest analysis of the ancient Chinese therapy.
The issue: The economy is weak, and the job market, brutal.
Transplant pioneer Thomas Starzl receives 'American Nobel'
An insurance company covering the trucking company whose vehicle dropped a tar-like goo over the turnpike must cover some of the claims.
Both root for the Green Bay Packers. Both are charged with rallying white working-class voters. And with a debate a month away, Vice Preside
CHICAGO -- Teachers in the nation's third-largest school district went on strike Monday morning after negotiations for a new contract collap
MOSCOW -- A human rights group on Monday accused three oil companies and the government of Kazakhstan of abusing and repressing workers in t
BAGRAM, Afghanistan -- At a ceremony here on Monday to celebrate the full transfer of Afghan detainees and prison operations to Afghan contr
For the first time in four months, President Barack Obama registered a narrow victory over Mitt Romney in campaign fundraising.
A former Allegheny County judge who went to federal prison has petitioned the state Supreme Court to reinstate his license.
Rebels have executed more than 20 government soldiers in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo.
Teachers in the nation's third-largest school district went on strike Monday.
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta makes a somber visit to the Flight 93 National Memorial in Somerset County.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. -- It is one of the oldest environmental battles in the United States, and it involves one of the country's m
Adopting a new tone, Mitt Romney on Sunday said he would retain elements of President Obama's health care overhaul, blamed Republicans as mu
CHICAGO -- Union leaders for this city's public schoolteachers said that they would strike on Monday morning after negotiations ended late S
BEIJING -- Speculation intensified on Monday over the whereabouts of China's presumptive new president, Xi Jinping, who has been missing fro
PARIS -- If there were an unchallenged model for a particular kind of foreign correspondence in the late 20th century, one that evoked not o
Congress returned to Washington on Monday for an abbreviated, pre-election session.
The U.S. government has halted flights home for Mexicans caught entering the country illegally.
Xi Jinping is expected to become the next leader of China, making him one of the most powerful men on the planet.
An airstrike Monday killed al-Qaida's No. 2 leader in Yemen along with six others traveling with him in one car.
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta appeared somber and reflective as he stood upon "hallowed ground" at the Flight 93 National Memorial.
MIAMI -- As the statue of La Virgen de la Caridad, Our Lady of Charity, completed its 30-minute journey across a stretch of the Biscayne Bay
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- With Google's promise last year to wire homes, schools, libraries and other public institutions in this city with the na
CAIRO -- The Syrian government accused France of "schizophrenia" on Sunday for pledging to support a peaceful resolution to the uprising aga
KEY WEST, Fla. -- For more than 24 hours last September, a Coast Guard helicopter and speedboat pursued drug traffickers and their contraban
ASHULIA, Bangladesh -- His tiny office was lost among the hulking garment factories that churn out cargo pants or polo shirts for brands lik