The woman who burst into a Tripoli hotel with shocking accusations of rape and torture at the hands of Moammar Gadhafi's supporters has been freed, the regime claims. Her parents dispute that report.
As they return to Washington, members of Congress face a new reality: military action in Libya and a widening partisan rift over the budget that shows no sign of easing.
Libya's rebel forces edged closer Moammar Gadhafi's hometown of Sirte, the gateway to the western half of the country. Backed by U.N.-approved international airstrikes, the rebels have regained all the territory they lost in the past week.
Earlier this year the gum's marketer recalled all flavors of its Toxic Waste Nuclear Sludge Chew Bars for having too much lead. Then and now, the company said it was taking action "out of an abundance of caution."
Baran was the inventor of packet switching, or the idea that a piece of information can be cut into pieces, sent through different passageways and be put together at the end.
Miami police shootings raise tension
President Obama is expected to lay out his case for military action in Libya during a a speech to the nation on Monday. Administration officials offered assurances, that U.S. involvement there does not set a precedent for how to handle similar...
Despite protests from artists and union members, the 36-foot mural was moved into storage over the weekend.
In dealing with the after-effects of the earthquake and tsunami, Japan has had help from across the globe. But the bulk of the response has come from the Japanese Army and local volunteer groups.
Glaxo CEO Andrew Witty says it is clear trust in the pharmaceutical industry has eroded over the past 20 years. He outlined a path to redemption during a recent chat with Shots.