Archive for March, 2011
Two Chicago police officers are under investigation for alleged sexual assault and have been "relieved of their police powers," according to a statement released Thursday by the city's police department.
The CEO of GoDaddy.com is under fire for an online video that shows him shooting and killing an elephant in Zimbabwe.
The levels of radiation in ocean waters off Japan's embattled Fukushima Daiichi plant continue to skyrocket, the nation's nuclear safety agency said Thursday, with no clear sense of what's causing the spike or how to stop it.
With the military mission shifting to a new phase of full NATO control after initial U.S. leadership, divisions among partners and within Congress became more evident.
The internationally recognized Ivory Coast president declared a curfew in Abidjan as his forces moved closer to taking control. Air and sea borders were sealed.
"Movie theaters will never, ever go away," despite improved and cheaper home theater systems and the quicker availability of new film releases on DVD and online, producer George Lucas says.
A suddenly famous New York snake, which has drawn fans through its own Twitter account, will be the center of attention during a 4 p.m. press conference at the Bronx Zoo on Thursday.
From the halls of Congress to the streets of Libya, themes rang clear Thursday: Moammar Gadhafi is determined to prevail, and the opposition needs more help.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is increasing its nationwide monitoring of radiation as two states reported very low levels of radiation in milk.