Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Thousands of visitors converged Saturday on the New Mexico site where the first nuclear bomb was detonated nearly 70 years ago.
Monday, April 6, 2015
Health officials in the state of Indiana on Saturday began a needle-exchange program Saturday in an attempt to curb the state's largest-ever HIV outbreak.
Chile's President Michelle Bachelet visited the flood-hit north of the country where at least 25 people died and 125 others are still missing, vowing to "rebuild" the stricken region.
Hundreds of people marched Saturday through the narrow streets of one of Rio de Janeiro's largest complex of slums in a peaceful demonstration demanding an end to recent violence.
Fisheries managers on the U.S. West Coast will likely shut down sardine fishing this year as numbers decline, echoing a previous collapse that decimated a thriving industry and increasing worries that other species might be withheld from the commercial market.
Sunday, April 5, 2015
SANTIAGO, April 5, 2015 (AFP) - Chile's President Michelle Bachelet visited the flood-hit north of the country where at least 25 people died and 125 others are still missing, vowing to "rebuild" the stricken region.
HAVANA - Cuba's former president and revolutionary icon Fidel Castro has made his first public appearance in 14 months, local media reported Saturday.
A man who spent nearly 30 years on Alabama's death row walked free two days after prosecutors acknowledged that the only evidence they had against him couldn't prove he committed the crime.
Facebook and its founder must release documents and electronic correspondence to a defense lawyer whose client has fled from criminal charges that he falsely claimed a majority ownership in the social media giant, a federal judge said.
Two Somali pirates convicted in the shooting deaths of four Americans aboard a yacht off the coast of Africa got a fair trial, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.