A Russian tanker carrying fuel and other supplies reached the Alaskan town of Nome Saturday night.
A Russian spacecraft came crashing down Sunday over the Pacific.
A state news agency claims Iran fired a new medium-range missile.
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The Pentagon admitted responsibility for the air strike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers on the Afghan border last month.
The AP reports that House Republican leaders agreed to a two-month extension of a Social Security payroll tax cut and federal unemployment benefits.
A team of Arab League observers entered Syria to form a peace deal and end the violent crackdown.
The $39 billion merger deal between AT&T and T-Mobile is being called off.
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Kim Jung-Il’s chosen successor Kim Jong-Un may be overshadowed by his Uncle Jang Sung Taek.
Apple has been talking with media executives about the future of television.
A new Public Policy Polling shows Ron Paul leading in Iowa with 23 percent.
Mitt Romney may be preparing an attack on Newt Gingrich after his rise in the polls.
The University will donate $1.5 million in an effort to do damage repair.
Eight were injured when a 14-year-old sprayed pepper-spray in her classroom in New York City.
Victim alleges he was abused by Sandusky more than 100 times.
WikiLeak's website relaunch was delayed at the last minute.
Newt Gingrich called child-labor laws “truly stupid” in a speech about changing the "culture of poverty in America."
Newt Gingrich says Occupy Wall Street protestors should “get a job, right after you take a bath.”
The U.S., UK and Canada are going to announce a new round of sanctions against Iran.
Presidential candidate Rick Perry challenged House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to a debate in Washington about his Overhaul Washington plan.
After the clearing out of protesters in New York, Oakland and Portland this week, Occupy L.A. is one of the largest Occupy protests still standing.
The Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) released a report Wednesday assessing California’s fiscal outlook and the 2012-2013 budget.
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President and CEO of The Second Mile, a charity founded by Jerry Sandusky, resigned Sunday.
Testimonry related to the 18-and-a-half minute gap in a tape recording of Nixon was released Thursday.
The pipeline would carry oil from Canada to Texas.
Sarkozy and Merkel reportedly in talks to create a new “elite” euro for “core” nations like themselves.
Katherine Jackson and her grandchild filed a civil suit against AEG.
A California State University faculty union announced a one-day strike at two campuses next week.
Obama urged Republicans to approve tax incentives to help veterans.
Carlos the Jackal is on trial Monday for allegedly carrying out four bomb attacks in France.
Elisabeth Murdoch allegedly urged her father to remove James Murdoch from duties at News Corp.
Republicans are continuing their inquiry into loan guarantees for defunct solar company Solyndra.
The founder of WikiLeaks lost his appeal against extradition to Sweden.
GOP candidate Herman Cain is facing allegations that he overstepped boundaries of campaign-finance regulations.
The U.S. will pull one fifth of the group’s budget.
The no-fly zone and civilian protection measures by NATO will end Monday.
The Crenshaw Subway Coalition filed the lawsuit.
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