Archive for August, 2010
After a major speech on Iraq, President Obama today focuses on brokering Mideast peace, with his special envoy declaring a "window of opportunity" for a deal.
Tears rolled from Fernanda Romero's eyes as the Mexican soap opera actress told jurors that she really loved Kent Ross, the pizza deliveryman she married five years ago.
Hurricane Earl prompted a hurricane watch for part of North Carolina's coast, the National Hurricane Center said. The storm could approach the state late this week.
Four Israelis were killed in a shooting near Hebron in the West Bank on Tuesday, Israeli medical sources and the army said.
Crews have begun boring a rescue shaft to reach the 33 miners who have been trapped underground in Chile for more than three weeks, according to CNN Chile.
National Police said Tuesday an investigation that began in February has resulted in the arrest of 14 people involved in an organization dedicated to the sexual exploitation of men, Spain's first such bust of its kind.
In 2003, President Bush launched a "shock and awe" invasion of Iraq. After the loss of 4,400 U.S. military personnel, the U.S. combat mission officially ended at 5 p.m. ET.
Women who have gene mutations that increase the risk of breast and ovarian cancer can substantially reduce their chances of developing -- and dying from -- those cancers if they have their breasts or ovaries removed preemptively, according to a new study.
Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor was rushed to the hospital after her husband found her "unresponsive" Tuesday morning, her publicist told CNN.
House Republican leader John Boehner will lay out a "prebuttal" ahead of President Barack Obama's prime time speech on Iraq Tuesday night.