ROME - At least 38 passengers died and more than 10 were seriously injured, including children, when a bus plunged 100 feet off a viaduct on a treacherous stretch of mountainous highway in the Campania region of southern Italy on Sunday night, officials ...
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Santiago de Compostela, Spain (CNN) -- The 79 passengers who perished in last week's train crash in Spain will be memorialized together Monday night at a cathedral not far from where they were killed.
JERUSALEM -- Israeli and Palestinian teams are heading to Washington for preliminary talks toward a formal re-opening of negotiations after years of stalemate, but both sides are emphasizing that many obstacles stand between them and a final deal.
James “Whitey” Bulger wants the jury who will decide his fate to be sequestered when they begin deliberating whether he is guilty of the sweeping racketeering indictment he faces, which include allegations he participated in 19 murders.
SHARE 1239 CONNECT 443 TWEET 48 COMMENTEMAILMORE. North Carolina coach Roy Williams indefinitely suspended P.J. Hairston late Sunday night, hours after the team's troubled leading scorer was cited for speeding and careless and reckless ...
Residents and tourists across Hawaii are bracing for heavy rains and strong winds from Tropical Storm Flossie, while the system weakens as it approaches the state.
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RIO DE JANEIRO: Pope Francis'ss historic trip to his home continent ended on Sunday after a marathon weeklong visit to Brazil that drew millions of people onto the sands of Rio de Janeiro's iconic Copacabana beach and appeared to reinvigorate the clergy ...
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A jewel thief brandishing a gun entered an exclusive hotel along the French Riviera on Sunday morning, eluded security guards and well-heeled guests, and left with a glittering haul worth perhaps $50 million, according to the regional state prosecutor's office ...
BAGHDAD | Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:45am EDT. BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Twelve car bombs exploded across Iraq early on Monday, killing at least 44 people in predominantly Shi'ite areas, police and medical sources said.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia - A contentious election in which Cambodia's ruling party extended its long-running majority but the opposition made impressive gains could lead to parliamentary paralysis.
WASHINGTON -- New Zealand's defense minister said Monday that an investigation is underway into a report that U.S. intelligence agencies helped his nation's military track the mobile telephone calls of a freelance journalist while he worked for McClatchy ...
A Las Vegas-bound tour bus carrying 33 people was swept away in northern Arizona by floodwaters Sunday and turned on its side as it tried to cross a wash amid heavy rains.
NEW YORK (AP) - His campaign manager has resigned and his political peers have harsh words for him, but Anthony Weiner has vowed to stay in the race for New York City mayor.
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NOXEN, Pa. - A helicopter crash in a remote, wooded area of northeastern Pennsylvania killed five people, the State Police said on Sunday.
BATON ROUGE, La. - A newspaper is reporting that an East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office task force arrested at least 12 men since 2011 under a sodomy law that was invalidated a decade ago by the U.S.
(CBS News) INDIANAPOLIS - Investigators are trying to figure out if mechanical problems caused a bus returning from a church camp to crash.
President Barack Obama said his nominee for Federal Reserve chairman will be someone who embraces the central bank's dual mandate to promote price stability and maximum employment, and he has narrowed his choice “to some extraordinarily qualified ...
<p>Maurice Levy, left, Chief Executive of French advertising group Publicis , and John Wren, head of Omnicom Group pose during a joint news conference in Paris, France, Sunday, July 28, 2013.
By Wayne Cole. SYDNEY | Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:58pm EDT. SYDNEY (Reuters) - The dollar was on the defensive in Asia on Monday as investors braced for an event-packed week that includes central bank meetings in the United States and Europe, ...
Haruhiko Kuroda, Bank of Japan governor, has come out in support of a politically contentious plan to raise the national sales tax, a measure that is intended to shrink the budget deficit but which some fear could imperil Japan's nascent economic recovery.
James Mangold reveals what exactly had to be left on the cutting room floor to guarantee the mutant movie a PG-13 rating. By Brett White.
Famous DJ fell ill during a charity fundraiser Saturday in New Orleans. He was 53. kidd. David "Kidd" Kraddick, a Texas-based radio and television personality, died Saturday at a charity golf event near New Orleans.
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PANTEGO - For the past few weeks, Kristen Beauregard had noticed bees near her home and had tried in vain to get rid of them. The bees would fly in and out of a shed in the backyard of the rental property on Miller Lane, but she had no idea of the danger ...
Russia's space agency says that its cargo ship has docked successfully with the International Space Station. Roscosmos says the unmanned Progress M-20M spacecraft moored at the station Sunday about six hours after its launch from the Baikonur ...
More than 60% of food-related choking cases involve children under age 4, and high-risk items include hard candies, fruits and vegetables, hot dogs, and seeds and nuts.
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