Archive for April, 2011
A helicopter with three people onboard crashed Saturday evening in Indiana, Pennsylvania, while filming a reality show, officials said.
Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's youngest son was killed in a NATO airstrike, a government spokesman said. Moammar Gadhafi and his wife were in their son's house when it was targeted, the spokesman said.
NASA may decide Sunday morning whether the delayed final launch of the space shuttle Endeavour will occur Monday afternoon, the space agency said.
California Gov. Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown Jr. had a cancerous growth removed from the right side of his nose, his office said Saturday.
Huddled in the hallway of his Alabama home with three friends, Tillman Merritt had a gut feeling to jump into a closet as the twister barreled into the Tuscaloosa neighborhood. He was the only survivor.
A mandatory evacuation was issued Saturday for a southwestern Illinois town threatened by the rain-swollen Mississippi River, an order that was issued as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers weighed whether to blow up a levee and flood rural farm communities to save the town.
NEW YORK -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we wrap up day three of the NFL draft and the entire seven-round pick-fest at Radio City Music Hall ...
The Internet hackers group Anonymous plans to hack Iran on Sunday, according to a press release published on their website. The group wants to use International Workers' Day, which commemorates the first national general strike in the United States, as an opportunity to reignite last year's protests in Iran.
Yemen's president says he won't leave the country to sign a hard-fought political deal because he fears his departure could spark a coup, a senior ruling party official told CNN on Saturday.
A few dozen tanks fired shells on Saturday in the restive Syrian city of Daraa, the site of ongoing clashes between security forces and protesters, eyewitnesses told CNN.