Powerful winds are pounding Britain, grounding flights, closing roads and forcing ferries to stay docked. A falling tree killed one person.
Egyptians lined up in front of polling centers in nine provinces to cast their ballots Tuesday in the third and final round of the country's first parliamentary elections following the ouster of Hosni Mubara
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas is threatening 'new measures' against Israel if a much-anticipated meeting in Jordan fails to make progress.
As Medieval fantasy 'Merlin' returns to U.S. television for a fourth season, actor Colin Morgan explains why he thinks the British show is so popular.
Steven Tyler gets engaged again; Aretha Franklin announces engagement; Cruise tops box office
The Iowa caucus could still go in any direction.
The Indianapolis Colts made sweeping changes Monday firing vice chairman Bill Polian and his son, Chris, the team's general manager.
Police investigating a Long Island pharmacy shooting are looking into the possibility that an off-duty federal agent who confronted an armed robber there was killed by "friendly fire." Police say the robber
In a tale of two campaigns, supporters on both sides are providing the energy for what appears to be a fascinating presidential run at the GOP ticket. Robert Ray reports.
A beloved 17-year-old squirrel monkey known as Banana Sam was resting safely in the San Francisco Zoo on Sunday following what a spokesman called a 'trying few days.'