The Colombian National Police on Monday said it had seized more than three tons of marijuana in the central department of Caldas.
Yemen Monday urged international aid for its efforts to combat piracy in the Gulf of Aden and control continuous influx of African refugees.
Operator of the Fukushima No.1 nuclear power plant began Tuesday to move the highly radioactive water to a storage facility.
Yahoo plans to extend the amount of time it retains records on what its users search for online.
A new study suggests that more than 40 fish species in the Mediterranean could vanish in the next few years.
The United States Federal aviation officials say another air traffic controller has been suspended.
South Korean and Mongolian defense ministers will meet later this week in Seoul to seek further defense cooperation, Seoul officials said Tuesday.
NASA announced Monday it has handed more than $269 million to four companies vying to develop a commercial spacecraft that could replace its aging space shuttle fleet.
President Barack Obama and wife Michelle made significantly less money last year than in 2009, with book sales their main source of income.
Experts hope Japan has taught the world an important lesson: When it comes to nuclear safety, it's essential to imagine the unimaginable.
Operator of the Fukushima No1 nuclear power plant, devastated by the March 11 quake and tsunami, began Tuesday to move the highly radioactive water to a storage facility.