A court on Wednesday rejected bail applications of five business executives involved in one of India's biggest corruption scandals.
Libya Tuesday pledged to fight any foreign ground troops landing on its soil.
A man suspected of raping a 22-year-old woman at Denver International Airport was charged Tuesday with one count of sexual assault.
DPRK has detained two Japanese men on a visit to an industrial zone in the country, likely on suspicion of drug trafficking.
Michael Jackson's estate reached a settlement Tuesday that ended its lengthy fight with a nonprofit that claimed it was the successor to the singer's Heal the World charity.
The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on Tuesday set April 29 as the launch date for Endeavour's final voyage.
The White House long-term spending reduction plan released last week could help reduce the deficit and secure economic prosperity for the country.
Egypt's fact-finding committee's report held Mubarak ultimately responsible for killing the protestors during January 25 uprising.
The Libyan government on Tuesday firmly rebuffed a proposal by the European Union (EU), saying it would fight any foreign troops that landed on its soil.
A little-known Philadelphia company called has quietly gained control over nearly a quarter of all the 1-800 numbers in the US and Canada.
A kindergartener who brought a loaded gun Tuesday to his Houston elementary school was among three students injured.
Cuban President Raul Castro on Tuesday was elected chief of the ruling Cuban Communist Party (CCP).