Female US soldier pleads guilty to desertion after fleeing to Canada to avoid Iraq deployment .
A failure to revive the low-end business would leave Nokia without an important source of cash as it seeks to develop devices to challenge the iPhone and Samsung handsets running Google’s Android.
No date has been set for the first commercial flight from a custom-designed spaceport in New Mexico, but the success of SpaceShipTwo’s 10-minute, supersonic test Monday was seen as an important step forward.
It’s a big deal at Microsoft when one of its products or services joins its billion-dollar club, the ones that bring in a billion dollars or more of revenue a year. The latest to join that club: the Windows Azure cloud platform, which launched in 2010. Curt Anderson, chief financial offi
I have to be honest: I really hate doing these kinds of things. More often than not, you end up looking foolish. Mel Kiper, you may remember, was critical of the last two Seattle draft classes shortly after the draft. He has since retroactively given those classes positive reviews. But, hey, ’
A charismatic businessman seen by Chile's center-right government as its best hope for holding onto power was forced out of the race Monday by a financial scandal.
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After a former suburban Chicago water official was convicted Monday for lying about secretly mixing carcinogen-tainted well water into the village's drinking supply, the sense of bitterness and betrayal among residents remained.
Lawrence Capener was shaking hands with his fellow churchgoers at Sunday Mass, exchanging the traditional peace offerings when some people next to him noticed something strange - his hands were quite sweaty and clammy. Then, as the choir began singing a hymn to wrap up Mass, the man bolted from his pew, ran to the choir area and started stabbing the choir leader and others.
Authorities are investigating why a baby girl was found abandoned on a Hawaii beach hours after birth.
This year got off to a sour start for U.S. workers: Their pay, already gasping to keep pace with inflation, was suddenly shrunk by a Social Security tax increase.
Five years after an arsonist destroyed it, the stone-and-wood southern gate to the old walled capital of Seoul has been painstakingly restored to its late 14th century glory by a small army of master craftsmen using traditional tools.
Americans kept increasing their spending in March and their income grew, further indication that consumers are shaking off higher taxes.
Safeway Inc. has named company president Robert Edwards as its new CEO, to succeed Steven Burd when he retires in May.
Technology companies led the Standard & Poor's 500 index to an all-time closing high Monday.
Several friends and acquaintances of a petite 25-year-old gas station clerk who went missing while working the night shift have been ruled out in her disappearance, which western Michigan investigators are treating as an abduction, the local police chief said Monday.
Tim Tebow was "excited" about coming to the New York Jets. So much so, he used the word 44 times in his introductory news conference in March 2012.
With the Washington state Legislature set to convene a special session on May 13, Gov. Jay Inslee, House Democrats and the Republican-dominated Senate majority will be tasked with working toward a budget deal. But that likely won't be the only contentious matter the parties will take up next month.
A man who told authorities months ago that he wanted to be killed by police entered a suburban Salt Lake City police station Monday and pointed a gun at an officer and a records clerk, prompting another officer to open fire on him, wounding the man in the arm.
A supermarket altercation involving Ecuador's ambassador to Peru has many Peruvians calling for the envoy's expulsion.