Archive for November, 2008
The terrorist attacks that killed more than 180 people in Mumbai last week has strained India's already tenuous relationship with Pakistan, as India investigates its neighbor's alleged ties to the massacre. Pakistan says India has yet to offer any proof.
The space shuttle Endeavour and its seven astronauts landed at Edwards Air Force Base, in California, today at 4:25 p.m. ET. NASA officials earlier today waved off two opportunities for Endeavour to land in Florida due to poor weather.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced Sunday he will seek a constitutional amendment to enable him to seek re-election in order to govern until 2021.
Millions of people are expected to go to Washington to celebrate Barack Obama's inauguration on January 20, but with a troubled economy and pocketbook issues on the mind, the president-elect must be careful to set the right tone.
President-elect Barack Obama will announce his national security team -- including Sen. Hillary Clinton as secretary of state -- at an event Monday morning, according to two officials. The officials said Obama is expected to confirm he is keeping Robert Gates as defense secretary and will name retired Marine Gen. Jim Jones as national security adviser.
Stores and online merchants were busier this weekend than they were a year ago, according to figures out Sunday, but signs persist that holiday shopping will suffer in the weakest economic climate in decades.
Clashes between militants and security forces in northwest Pakistan Saturday night killed four people, a police officer told CNN.
The 2008 Atlantic hurricane season ended Sunday, marking the finish of one of the busiest and costliest hurricane seasons ever.
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is adding her name to the list of big-name surrogates who are making campaign cameos in the last remaining Senate election this year.