More than 140 people have been killed in as the Syrian government attempts to crush the democratic uprising in the city of Hama.
A Chicago-based duo has saved hundreds of old recordings to preserve an important slice of American history.
In a small free fall that erased all of the market's gains in 2011, the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged over 500 points today.
The weeks-long partisan impasse kept 4,000 FAA workers off the job, and tens of thousands out of work in airport construction.
Federal loan subsidies for grad students will be abolished starting July next year.
Extraordinary story about the raid that killed Bin Laden details one of the most successful covert operations in U.S. history.
Serbian authorities say they have apprehended Goran Hadzic, the last remaining fugitive sought by the UN for war crimes during the Croatian War.
Wall Street Journal's Les Hinton resigns, along with UK police chief; News Corp exec Rebekah Brooks arrested.
New studies show that taking a daily pill designed to fight AIDS can actually prevent an uninfected person from contracting HIV.
Parents of extremely obese children should lose custody say authors of an article in The Journal of the American Medical Association.