President Nicholas Sarkozy revamped France\'s Cabinet on Tuesday, turning to conservative loyalists and ousting two poorly performing ministers in second reshuffle of the government since he took office in 2007, according to a report by Laurent Pirot of t
The United Kingdom (UK) has ordered the expulsion of two Iranian diplomats in a ti-for-tat action after Tehran also orders two UK diplomats to leave the country, according to an article on news.bbc.co.uk.
Texan billionaire R. Allen Stanford was indicted Friday on charges his international banking empire was really just a Ponzi scheme built on lies, bluster, and bribery, according to a report by the Associated Press.
The United States (U.S.) military is planning to intercept a flagged North Korean ship suspected of proliferating weapons material in violation of a United Nation (U.N.) Security Council resolution passed on the 12th of June.
The United States (U.S.) Senate approved a fiercely worded resolution today that attempts to formally apologize for the \"fundamental injustice, cruelty, brutality, and inhumanity of slavery\" of African-Americans, according to a report on the Wall Street
Iran\'s leadership is growing increasingly sensitive to international press on the election protests, with foreign journalists being ordered out and mobile phone networks and newspapers being shut down, according to a report on www.3news.co.nz.
A captain on a Continental jet died today mid-flight while flying from Brussels, Belgium, to Newark, New Jersey, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Continental Airlines said, according to a report on CNN.com.
United States (U.S.) president Barack Obama will unveil plans Wednesday to overhaul the U.S. financial regulatory system, in the most sweeping reform proposal since the Great Depression, according to an article on www.voanews.com.