The Mississippi River continues to rise, and the Coast Guard and Army Corps of Engineers are working to contain the damage. But the costs are still high.
Does natural gas "fracking" contaminate water supplies? A new report strongly suggests it does.
Now that Osama Bin Laden has been killed, Al Qaeda is calling for followers to come up with and carry out terrorist attacks on their own.
The full text and video of Barack Obama's speech announcing the death of Osama Bin Laden.
The deteriorating situation in Libya may force the Obama administration to fundamentally rethinking how it conducts foreign policy.
Priceless archaeological sites in Istanbul, Turkey have fallen into disrepair and neglect, and the United Nations isn't happy.
When the Egyptian government shut down the internet, activists turned to low-tech ways to make their voices heard.
Young writers in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, gather together in The Gathering of Young Thinkers.
Rupert Murdoch's Sky Sports was dragged into the center of a debate over sexism in soccer and sports.
Rumors are flying that Bucharach, France may be the safe haven for the coming end of the world in 2012. Some 10,000 people may be descending on the tiny village.