Voting has begun in Egypt, where the nation's first parliamentary elections are being held since the toppling of President Hosni Mubarak's regime nine months ago. So far turnout is high and things are going well a relief after last week...
The NATO air strike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers over the weekend could "rupture" already frayed relations between the U.S. and Pakistan.
Bernie Fine had been an assistant basketball coach for more than 35 seasons. He has said he's innocent of allegations that he molested young boys.
Other stories making headlines: Occupy LA protest "remains mostly peaceful;" key New Hampshire newspaper endorses Gingrich; Prince William assists in rescue at sea.
A good first weekend is welcome news. But after a deep recession and with unemployment still high, analysts want to wait and see.
Authorities are looking to move protesters from the site outside city hall where they've been camped.
The Massachusetts Democrat is in his 16th term. Back in February, he said he would be running again. It isn't known yet why he's apparently reversed course.
Soybeans have fueled Asian civilizations for centuries, but the origins of the noble bean remains shrouded in the mists of history. Now a Korean archeologist says China may have to share bragging rights as the birthplace of soy.
During trading, the Dow Jones jumped close to 3 percent, erasing part of last week's losses.
The majority of pediatricians are okay with delaying childhood vaccines if parents ask to do that, according to a new survey. But they still overwhelmingly support vaccines and the current schedule, which requires 25 vaccines before age 2.