Monday, March 3, 2014
Venezuela's foreign minister will meet Tuesday with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in Geneva to discuss three weeks of deadly protests that have rattled the oil-rich country.
A survey of 210 households in six towns this fall showed that a significant percentage of respondents lack information about potassium iodide pills that protect against radiation that would be released in a severe nuclear power plant accident.
After the founder of the International Surfing Museum dipped a toe in the beautiful, blue Pacific, she never bothered to hang the other nine.
Sunday, March 2, 2014
The Marshall Islands on Saturday marked 60 years since the devastating U.S. hydrogen bomb test at Bikini Atoll, with angry exiled residents saying they were too fearful to ever go home.
A U.S. man who fatally shot a wandering Alzheimer's patient in the early morning hours in Georgia will not face criminal charges, a local prosecutor said Friday.
A second member of the “Cuban Five” intelligence agents returned home to a hero's welcome Friday, after spending more than 15 years behind bars in the United States on spy charges.
Citigroup reduced its 2013 earnings by US$235 million on Friday, saying it was a victim of fraud committed by a Mexican oil services company to secure hundreds of millions of dollars in short-term loans.
Former President Bill Clinton's aides were concerned early in his presidency about the failed health care overhaul effort, led by his wife, and a need to “soften” the image of Hillary Rodham Clinton, according to documents released Friday. Mrs. Clinton now is a potential 2016 presidential contender.
Saturday, March 1, 2014
Ukraine's ousted President Viktor Yanukovych insisted on Friday that he had not been overthrown as he defiantly resurfaced in Russia from a week in hiding and savaged the new pro-Western powers in Kiev.
The Obama administration is proposing new food labels that would make it easier to know about calories and added sugars, a reflection of the shifting science behind nutrition.