Six Americans who were salvaging goods from the bottom of the sea off the coast of Honduras have sat in a jail there for over three weeks as officials have charged them with illegal weapons possession.
Foursquare, the superpopular location-based mobile app, announced that it was splitting its business into two separate mobile products. And the popular game Dots is getting a sequel. Finally! The App updates
A CNN correspondent was harassed by Turkish plainclothes police as he was live on air, reporting on tensions between the officers and demonstrators on the first anniversary of mass protests in Istanbul.
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Sudanese authorities are to free a woman who was sentenced to death for having abandoned the Islamic faith, a foreign ministry official says. Meriam Ibrahim, who gave birth to a daughter in custody, will
Kevin Durant’s first two seasons in the NBA were marred by losing. The Seattle SuperSonics lost Durant’s first eight games as a pro in 2007 and 14 of his first 16 games. The Sonics, who became the Oklahoma
(This post was last updated Sunday at 5:50 a.m. ET. on Sunday) Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the final remaining captured American soldier from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, has been released by the Afghan
Respect, sure, but also money. How that shapes his relations with the West. Fragile Empire: How Russia Fell in and out of Love With Vladimir Putin by Ben Judah Yale In September 2009, Václav Havel and
Roy Hibbert's volatile 2013-14 campaign saw him start the season as one of the Indiana Pacers' most critical centerpieces and finish it as perhaps their primary scapegoat. Apparently, the 27-year-old have
Those among us who have managed to find professional success and eke out a life actively embrace this philosophy. They must set aside their first hours of the day to invest in their top-priority activities
World KHARTOUM — A Sudanese woman sentenced to death for converting to Christianity is expected to be released soon, a government official said on Saturday, after Khartoum came under diplomatic pressure