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Russian and American diplomats are in their second day of talks on how and when to get Syria to turn over its chemical weapons, which the U.S. claims were used against civilians.
The former inspector general of the Troubled Asset Relief Program says the rules and regulations that resulted from the financial meltdown fail to address the fundamental problems.
Unemployment and rising living costs are putting pressure on local populations in some areas of Jordan, as thousands of refugees enter the country from neighboring Syria.
The Voyager 1 spacecraft, launched in 1977 and currently located about 11 billion miles from Earth, has become the first man-made item to do what sounds like science fiction: it left the solar system.
California’s minimum wage would rise to $10 an hour within three years under a bill passed Thursday by the state Legislature, making it one of the highest rates in the nation.
If you can tweet, then you can atone. That’s what some are saying about a new online tool called eScapegoat. The creators say it’s “like in Bible Times, only nerdier!”
One of the businesses destroyed in a massive fire on the iconic Jersey Shore boardwalk yesterday was Maruca’s Tomato Pies, which had reopened in April, after Superstorm Sandy.
A longtime peace activist says everyday Americans helped to derail the push for military strikes in Syria, by calling their representatives in Congress and asking them not to authorize force.
When talking about Syria, President Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry and Senator Harry Reid have all brought up the Holocaust as an example of “when the world did nothing.”
Twitter is taking advantage of a new federal law that lets companies with revenues under $1 billion to keep their initial public offering (IPO) documents secret until a few weeks before a price is set.
Flooding that cut off dozens of people in Colorado mountain communities swept downstream Friday, spilling rivers and creeks over their banks and forcing thousands more evacuations.
There are some 70 new or concept vehicles on display at the International Motor Show in Frankfurt, and just about every manufacturer is introducing a vehicle with electric battery technology.
In Louisville, Kentucky, many parents have been blocked from volunteering at their children’s schools because of prior crimes they’ve committed. In most cases, the crimes are non-violent.
Tomorrow in Las Vegas, two undefeated boxers — Floyd Mayweather and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez — will duke it out for the super welterweight title. The fight setting records as the highest-paid fight in history.
From Peter Gabriel to The Shins.