The Obama Administration condemns the coup in Honduras, putting the US in the unusual position of siding with traditional foes Venezuela and Cuba.
In Russia, there are 460 jobs that are legally off limits to women -- like driving trains and fighting fires....
The British government to remove DNA data of close to a million innocent people from its crime database....
Debunking myths around population -- like Europe being dominated by immigrants, and surprising revelations about China's population....
Canada's automotive sector bore the brunt of job losses, but some of its workers are finding new, green-collar jobs....
Germany's government is encouraging its citizens to buy new, environmentally friendly cars by subsidizing the purchase....
The G20 world leaders emerged with plan that includes a $1.1 trillion-dollar pledge to the International Monetary Fund....
The President's first day before the start of G20 talks included meetings with the leaders of Russia and China, and with Queen Elizabeth....
How the tiny Baltic nation of Estonia is using its technological prowess to survive in tough economic times....
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown says all countries, even Iran, have the right to nuclear power, and his country would help Iran achieve it....
- Hezbollah declares public support for Assad's ruling Syrian regime
- Palestinian prisoners represent lightning rod issue for both Israelis and Palestinians
- Runners honor Boston in first international marathon in Bethlehem
- Pakistan boosts national pride by breaking world records
- Egyptian-American man sends a message while running last week's Jerusalem marathon
- Palestinian man's death in Israeli jail leads to speculation about third intifada
- Syrian opposition moves conflict closer to Damascus
- Abu Dhabi hospital focuses on patients of the avian kind
- Israeli soccer team trying to get handle on racism among fans
- Palestinian protesters take page from Israeli settlers' book
- Experts see North's hands in reported computer attack on South Korea
- North Korea increases rhetoric, threatens pre-emptive nuclear strike
- Japanese photographers volunteer to help tsunami, earthquake victims find memories
- In China, a new building has a nearby knockoff before its even built
- China's new leadership faces challenges in the new year
- North Korea conducts third nuclear test in challenge to global community
- California professor leading project to get Vietnamese immigrant to tell their own story
- Migrant workers in Thailand in line for a raise -- if they can prove they're legal
- Pakistanis question government's use of bans on cell phones, other tech
- Popularity of 'white weddings' surges in Japan, leads to shortage of officiants
- Mali's last master calligrapher escapes violence in Timbuktu with ancient manuscripts in tow
- Militants in Mali take hostages in Algeria
- Increase of French forces in Mali, hopes to end ongoing crisis
- Tourist trade dries up as Mali struggles with Islamist insurgency
- In Africa, Malians forced to flee, frustrated by lack of progress
- Chips Funga: Kenyans transform term for French fries into slang for one-night stand
- After Libyan revolution, multi-cultural community torn apart
- Women in Sierra Leone face high barriers to participation in politics
- South Africa introduces new currency design, honoring Nelson Mandela
- Next generation of Mali musicians face a country that won't let them perform