Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was released from house arrest Friday after prosecutors acknowledged serious questions about the credibility of the hotel maid who accused him of sexual assault.
Embattled Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi threatened to carry out attacks in Europe if NATO does not stop airstrikes against his regime in Libya.
A car bomb explodes as a member of a Thai bomb squad checks it in Narathiwat province, south of Bangkok July 1, 2011.
Six weeks after Arnold Schwarzenegger revealed he had fathered a child out of wedlock, his wife Maria Shriver filed divorce papers Friday to end their marriage of 25 years.
From Arizona to Florida, there will be fewer oohs and aahs at the rockets' red glare this Fourth of July: Many cities and counties across the nation's drought-stricken southern tier are banning fireworks because of the risk of wildfires
The Atlantis mission that will be launched by NASA on July 8 will not be an end to the space age, as some media suggest.
China said the international community should not link the mandate of the United Nations force monitoring the ceasefire in the Golan Heights.
North and south Sudan on Wednesday agreed in principle to establish a buffer zone on their joint borders.
Two journalists held hostage for 18 months in Afghanistan came home to France on Thursday to a presidential welcome and nationwide relief.
Brazil's Neymar and Alexandre Pato attend a training session in Los Cardales, June 29, 2011, ahead of the Copa America soccer tournament.
The US expressed its support of Christine Lagarde early Tuesday in a written statement by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.