In an interview with The New York Times, Saif Al-Islam Gadhafi, the son of Col. Moammar Gadhafi, said Libya will look like Iran.
Food giant Cargill is shutting down a plant in Springdale, Ark., and recalling turkey processed there because the meat may be contaminated with a strain of salmonella resistant to multiple antibiotics.
The university asked students to lock doors and stay inside, after police received reports of a gunman. But police searched the campus and found no suspects.
The Federal Aviation Administration's budget is usually authorized for a number of years, but the most recent in a series of temporary extensions ran out in June. Democrats and Republicans are now split on how to reauthorize funding.
Investors are selling as signs have been pointing to a gloomy economic outlook. The markets are also jumpy ahead of new unemployment numbers due out Friday.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is charged with ordering the killings of hundreds of protesters, and could receive the death penalty if convicted. Young Egyptian activist Wessam el-Deweny talks about watching the dramatic trial and how...
More and more people are taking antidepressant medications. Most antidepressants aren't prescribed by psychiatrists, raising questions about whether people are prescribed drugs they don't need or are suffering without help.
Fifty years after it was brought back from extinction, a Southern flower is being taken off the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Threatened and Endangered list. The Tennessee purple coneflower is only the fifth plant to be removed from the list...
Police arrested the man after he called the Swedish Radiation Authority to ask whether splitting atoms at home was legal. After his arrest and after police took his radioactive material, he said he would keep his projects "theoretical."
Japan is firing three top nuclear energy officials, nearly five months after the country's Fukushima nuclear disaster. And Banri Kaieda, the industry minister in charge of energy policy, said that he will resign after he replaces the officials.