Anti-war protesters demonstrated Saturday outside a Royal Air Force base used to control drone flights over Afghanistan.
A Boeing 787 operated by Ethiopian Airlines flew from Ethiopia to Kenya's capital Saturday, the first commercial flight since air safety authorities grounded the Dreamliners after incidents with smoldering batteries on two different planes in January.
Under a bright Mediterranean sun Saturday, Jews whose forebears once thronged Tunisia are trekking to a celebrated synagogue under the protection of police - as organizers try to inject new momentum to an annual pilgrimage that's been depleted in recent years by fears of anti-Semitism.
Hospital hackers: The Chelan County treasurer says hackers stole more than $1 million from an electronic bank account held by a Leavenworth hospital. Treasurer David Griffiths’ office noticed that three unauthorized transaction files had been logged Friday, April 19. The Wenatchee World report
Here is a report from Mike Meseberg with MarDon Resort in the Potholes Reservoir of Eastern Washington: The 34th Potholes Open Bass Fishing Tournament, organized by the Moses Lake Bass Club, was very tough fishing this year. Surface water temperatures were as low as 44 degrees and up to 54 deg
Chile's president says the U.N.'s top court should reject Bolivia's demand for talks on giving it access to the sea.
With a SWAT team parked near the starting line, Scott Wietecha of Hendersonville, Tenn., won the St. Jude Country Music Marathon on Saturday after missing the Boston Marathon because of too much training.
Buoyed by its success hosting a major fishing tournament this winter, Oklahoma's second-largest city is now dreaming of something faster, higher, stronger: the 2024 Summer Olympics.
President Barack Obama had gone to his residence after a difficult week when an urgent email brought him rushing back to the Oval Office. The suspect in the Boston bombings had been apprehended.
The gunfire starts here as soon as the sun rises, echoing across the town as women make their way to the well and the fortunate few children who still attend school head to class on rutted red paths lined by banana trees.
Self-declared education reformers have had considerable success across the country over the past few decades, from charter school expansion and private school tuition vouchers to new limits on teachers' job protections. But perhaps nowhere have the triumphs marked a bigger political upheaval than in Alabama, where the new Republican supermajority is dominating the state teachers' organization that was long the epicenter of power.
Protesters have clashed with government forces in Western Sahara after the U.N. Security Council extended a peacekeeping mission in the disputed territory - but without a mandate to monitor human rights.
Facebook says that venture capitalist Jim Breyer won't seek re-election to its board of directors.
His work has immersed him in events that read like a roster of recent catastrophes, from 9/11 to the Gulf oil spill. Now, Kenneth Feinberg is adding the Boston Marathon bombings to that list.
A national group of prominent GOP donors that supports gay marriage is pouring new money into lobbying efforts to get Republican lawmakers to vote to make it legal.
Working round-the-clock, rescuers have pulled more than two dozen survivors from the rubble of a Bangladesh garment factory that collapsed 4 days ago, killing some 350 people.
The head of a Russian parliamentary committee says the legislature is ready to prevent adoptions by foreign same-sex couples.
They are six small states, settled before the nation's birth, wedged between New York, Canada and the Atlantic Ocean: New England.
Superstorm Sandy, a hybrid of a hurricane and two cold-weather systems, struck on Oct. 29, concentrating most of its fury on New Jersey, New York and Connecticut and becoming one of the most expensive storms in history. Six months later, the region is still recovering and the scope of the storm has come into sharper focus. Figures are as of April 26.
Drug smugglers who race across the Caribbean in speedboats will typically jettison their cargo when spotted by surveillance aircraft, hoping any chance of prosecuting them will vanish with the drugs sinking to the bottom of the sea.