Archive for February, 2012
Campaign workers distributed campaign leaflets and plastered candidate posters along the Iranian capital's tree-lined streets in the final days before Friday's parliamentary elections.
A powerful storm system that started in the Midwest, leaving at least 12 people dead, moved Wednesday evening into the mid-Atlantic region, where it spawned at least two confirmed tornadoes.
North Korea will stop nuclear tests, long-range missile launches and enrichment activities at its Yongbyon nuclear plant in exchange for food, the U.S. State Department says.
A tornado with winds of up to 130 mph tore into the resort city of Branson, Missouri, overnight, injuring 33 and damaging theaters and other businesses.
A 13-year-old boy was killed by sniper fire Wednesday as government forces continue tormenting civilians across Syria, opposition activists said.
Four-dollar-a-gallon gasoline is no worry for T. Boone Pickens, the billionaire energy investor from Texas. He drives from his home to his office in a car that runs on fuel costing less than a dollar a gallon
The storm caused several tornadoes and killed six people in Illinois and two in Missouri, officials say.
Microsoft unveiled Windows 8 for public testing on Wednesday in the hope that it will help the brand win back some of the ground it has been losing to Apple and Google.
Investigators in Egypt arrested a senior al Qaeda leader on Wednesday, authorities and state media reported.