Riots in Egypt Continue: At Least 12 Dead, 2,500 Injured

Protesters in Egypt faced off with police in the capital, Cairo, and other cities for a third straight day Saturday in clashes that have left at least 12 people dead and 2,500 others wounded.

Billboards Slather On The Guilt With Anti-Cheese Campaign

Americans eat about 31 pounds of cheese per person each year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

In Booming Istanbul, A Clash Between Old And New

On a frigid January morning, bundled-up travelers step off a ferry and scurry toward the imposing stone walls of the Haydarpasa train station, a 19th century landmark in Istanbul, a city full of history.

Law-Abiding Mexicans Taking Up Illegal Guns

Police stand near the scene of a murder in Juarez, Mexico. The country suffers from drug cartel-related...

Off The Record: A Quest For De-Baptism In France

Though marginal, the de-baptism movement is growing, observers say.

'I Am A Boxer': Fighter In The Ring, Lady Outside It


Manhattan U.S. Attorney Announces Agreement with Diamondback Capital Management, LLC to Pay $6 Million to Resolve Insider Trading Investigation

Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today that Diamondback Capital Management, LLC (“Diamondback”) has agreed to pay $6,000,000 to the United States and entered into a non-prosecution agreement (“...

Former CIA Officer John Kiriakou Charged with Disclosing Covert Officer’s Identity and Other Classified Information to Journalists and Lying to CIA’s Publications Review Board

A former CIA officer, John Kiriakou, was charged today with repeatedly disclosing classified information to journalists, including the name of a covert CIA officer and information revealing the role of another CIA employee in classified activities,...

Former Police Chief Michael Baxton, Sr. Pleads Guilty to Theft of Evidence and Making False Statements to Federal Investigators

The former police chief for the Village of Alorton and the City of East St. Louis pled guilty in United States District Court in East St. Louis on January 19, 2012, to felony charges of stealing evidence and making false statements to federal...

The Opening of AP Bureau in Pyongyang Could Be a First Step Toward a More Independent Media

Associated Press President Tom Curley, right, shakes hands with Korean Central...