Archive for November, 2009
Investigators searching for a man suspected of killing four Seattle-area police officers have rounded up his relatives to further hinder his escape, authorities said Monday.
Philippine authorities charged a mayor and a group of unidentified suspects with 25 counts of murder Tuesday in the slaying of dozens of unarmed people, a court spokesman said.
As Notre Dame begins yet another search (its fourth this decade) for yet another coach in its never-ending quest to wake up the echoes for longer than a year or two, potential candidates should take a hard look at Charlie Weis' failed tenure.
A suspect in the shooting deaths of four police officers was not found in an east Seattle home where authorities had tracked him, police said Monday.
Latin America's first same-sex marriage, set to be held in Argentina on Tuesday, appeared derailed after a judge filed an injunction to stop the union until the issue can be reviewed further.
President Obama has informed top diplomatic and military officials about his decision on new U.S. strategy and troop levels in Afghanistan, the White House said.
Tiger Woods has canceled plans to play in his own golf tournament in California this week because of injuries he suffered in a car crash, the golfer said in a statement.
Sen. Harry Reid launched what is expected to be a rancorous legislative battle by hailing the health care debate as one of the most important in U.S. history.
Only 32 states are currently reporting widespread H1N1 flu activity in the United States, down from 48 states three weeks ago, federal health officials said Monday.
Hezbollah's chief on Monday announced the group's new "manifesto," which calls on all countries to "liberate Jerusalem" and declares the United States a threat to the world.