Archive for April, 2012
A ferry has sunk in a remote part of northeastern India, killing at least 20 people, a state government official said Monday.
Felipa Fabon sorts through rubbish looking for fast food scraps she'll later cook and sell. It's called pagpag.
The U.N. observer mission in Syria forged ahead Monday, even after the mission's leader admitted the group's efforts are futile unless all factions commit to full candor and peace.
John Edwards sternly reassured the wife of his then-campaign aide that using money from his wealthy benefactor to pay his mistress's expenses was legal, she testified Monday.
An al Qaeda document intercepted by German intelligence -- and encoded in a porn video file -- details a changing strategy.
The widow of a man who set free 56 exotic animals he owned before apparently committing suicide will get back the five animals that survived, Ohio agriculture officials said Monday.
There is no better way for historians to assess his thinking and the real state of al-Qaeda than the "treasure trove" of documents that were recovered by the US Navy SEALs, writes Peter Bergen
The first of three siblings who pleaded guilty to charges related to a multistate crime spree was sentenced in Colorado on Monday to 32 years in prison.
News that Microsoft has sunk $300 million into a venture with Barnes & Noble sends a clear signal that the computing giant and the bookseller aim to shake up the e-book market with new ammo in their fight against Amazon and Apple.
President Barack Obama on Monday appeared to call out Mitt Romney for what he said four years ago on the campaign trail about going after Osama bin Laden.