This victory signals the beginnings of new Arab leadership as parliamentary elections begin across the Middle East.
The National Atlantic Council is expected to make a decision by Friday.
Police say the shooter may have had a tumultuous relationship with a salon employee.
Now users can access the social media site directly from their iPad using a full-screen program.
More than 20 Christian protesters died over the weekend, sparking anger across Egypt.
Putting fluoride is water has been called one of the best health achievements of this century.
Both Russia and China spoke out in support of Syria at the United Nations on Wednesday.
He was scheduled to stand trial next year.
Calls for an end to police brutality were added to Occupy Wall Street's agenda.
Germany's Eurozone decision and an Apple financial probe dominated trade patterns.
The First Lady enjoyed some lesiurely shopping at the retail giant.
President Saleh speaks to critics and supporters in response to violence in Yemen.
First commercial flight coming in January.
Now, Einstein's century-old theory may prove to be entirely wrong.
The Dow Jones has dropped nearly 6% since Tuesday, the worst two-day fall since November 2008.
Oscar nominees' social calendars might be a little less full.
A Giffords aide says, however, that the Congresswoman has not agreed to an on-camera interview.
Passengers reported suspicious behavior, prompting security officials to react.
President Obama visited all three sites to remember the nearly 3,000 victims
Many Gulf Coast residents are still without power.
Now, two storms are threatening to add to the east coast's already growing flood problem.
Now the EU is ready to put an embargo on Syrian oil.
Now Libyan opposition officials say they will not overturn Gaddafi's decision.
The death toll has now raised to 21 as Irene moves northward into upstate New York and Vermont. Entire towns are left underwater and others have already been swept away as officials begin to prepare for the cleanup.
With the race for 2012 closer than ever according to new polls, Republicans remain mum about Libya.
Now rebel forces have gotten closer than ever to Tripoli.
Now British legislators are apologizing to Murdoch for lack of security at his hearing.
Some experts say it was the lack of forensic evidence.
Some experts say it was the lack of forensic evidence that caused the jury of 12 to acquit Casey Anthony of any charges directly regarding her daughter's death.
However, the author was acquitted on the charges of manslaugher.
More than 11,000 have been evacuated as water levels continue to go up.
Now, the bill heads to the Senate floor.
Turkish officials say thousands more are expected to cross the border.
Now, analysts say countries around the world may have to pay the price - again.
Gov. Deval Patrick has declared a local emergency as National Guard troops are mobilizing to help with recovery efforts.
Some GOP leaders said Obama's stance is him campaigning, not keeping the nation's best interest in mind.
Now Serbia has one less roadblock in joining the European Union.
In a 5-3 vote, SCOTUS says Arizona's law is in line with federal law, and that federal law does not prohibit the state from revoking business licenses for violating state law.
Both leaders say persistence and patience are key in regaining peace in Libya.
The Israeli Prime Minister says he's willing to "make painful compromises."
America goes 3-for-3 in summer qualifying matches.
A new, highly contested report found only four of CA's programs above average. Most have "fundamental flaws."