An Afghan employed by the U.S. government was shot dead after he turned his weapon on his American colleagues, according to a U.S. Embassy statement. Another U.S. citizen was wounded in the shooting around the former Ariana Hotel, which ex-U.S....
A recent study confirms what many pain specialists and patients already know: Pain relief differs from person to person. In fact, some medications that were highly effective for some individuals were barely noticeable for others.
Facing cutbacks, election offices across the country are making tough decisions, such as trimming the number of voting sites and shortening the number of days for early voting. Doug Lewis, who runs The Election Center, says at the very least, voters...
The day's news includes word that two people, one of them an American, were killed at a CIA station in Kabul.
Gen. Abdul Raziq is the acting police chief of Afghanistan's Kandahar province. At just 33, he's a former warlord whom the United States relied upon during its 2010 "surge" operation. But Raziq is also accused of brutal abuses of...
On 60 Minutes, the city's police chief said his department now has the equipment and training to defend against aircraft. "Obviously this would be in a very extreme situation," he said.
Kenya's Patrick Makau averaged about 4 minutes, 43 seconds per mile over the 26.2-mile course in Berlin. The previous record holder, Ethiopia's Haile Gebrselassie, had to stop because of exercise-induced asthma.
Inspectors from the European Union, the Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund return to Athens for a fiscal audit that will determine whether Greece gets bailout funds. But deep distrust of creditors has sparked violent protests and...
Arch West was 97. At a service next Saturday, his family plans to toss some chips in before his grave is covered.
The report underscores the weakness of the housing market. Sales have fallen four straight months and are at a six-month low.