Ten days after the twister tore through the city, causing at least 124 deaths, officials say they've found all those who were initially missing.
The 19-year NBA veteran said he was about to retire, but his current team, the Boston Celtics, said they knew nothing of his intentions.
The Parliament argued that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's takeover of the oil ministry was illegal. The move is one of the strongest signals that Ahmadinejad has lost support of Iran's conservative establishment.
The huge success of Lady Gaga's new album says a lot about what we want from our pop stars today.
A family member says Hamza al-Khateeb was killed after being separated from his parents at a protest in Syria. After a video of his mutilated body spread, Syrian protesters began shouting the boy's name. He has become a symbol of the victims of...
Unlike its North African neighbors, Algeria hasn't seen a large-scale rebellion. But frustration with the government is apparent especially among young people. Many say youth unemployment is pushing 50 percent. "I can't marry or have...
An NPR-Thomson Reuters poll finds 52 percent of Americans believe abortion should remain legal in all or most cases. Yet 59 percent said they believe having an abortion is wrong.
The House Republican Conference met with President Obama at the White House on Wednesday, just one day after the House voted overwhelmingly not to raise the nation's debt ceiling. Although both parties agree on the problem, they don't...
Only 10 percent of babies who are infected with congenital cytomegalovirus show any symptoms of illness, so most parents aren't aware that their children have it. The virus is considered a major cause of hearing loss, second only to genetic...
After a meeting with union officials, the hotels agreed to equip maids with buttons that are modeled after those used by elderly people to alert security when there is a problem.