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Added October 10, 2011 with 15 photos
Clashes erupted between Christians, Muslims and security forces resulting in 24 deaths as protests over attacks on Christian churches in southern Egypt grew increasingly intense.
Added October 09, 2011 with 57 photos
Grassroots demonstrations against income disparity, corporate greed and other social issues have spread throughout the United States, Canada and the U.K.
Added October 05, 2011 with 23 photos
Apple announced the death of Apple founder Steve Jobs on October 5, 2011. He was 56. Jobs was the founder and former CEO of Apple that transformed personal computer technology and invented devices such as the iPod, iPhone and iPad.
Added October 05, 2011 with 32 photos
Michael Jackson's personal doctor, Conrad Murray, is on trial for involuntary manslaughter of the King of Pop in Los Angeles.
Added October 05, 2011 with 13 photos
After spending four years in an Italian prison Knox arrived in the United States after departing Rome's Leonardo da Vinci airport. Knox's life turned around dramatically Monday when an Italian appeals court threw out her conviction in the sexual assault and fatal stabbing of her British roommate.
Added October 04, 2011 with 15 photos
The Occupy Wall Street movement has spread to the west coast, with protesters marching in solidarity with those in New York City by meeting at the Los Angeles City Hall and then marching through the financial district.
Added September 30, 2011 with photo
As the protests grow in size, reaching a crescendo over the weekend as the NYPD arrested more than 700 individuals who had been corralled onto the Brooklyn Bridge, their singular purpose and future remains ambiguous.
Added September 28, 2011 with 11 photos
President Obama told students at Benjamin Banneker Academic High School in Washington, D.C. that America needs their ideas and passion immediately, "we need your generation to bring us back to the top. If we do that, you guys will have a brighter future. And so will America."
Added September 28, 2011 with 9 photos
The Washington Monument, damaged during the August earthquake that struck D.C., is currently under inspection for signs of additional, previously-unnoticed structural issues and will be closed to the public for an undisclosed period of time.
Added September 27, 2011 with photo
In an earlier gallery, we covered the richest individuals in America, with the likes of Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerman. But what about those on Capitol Hill, whose votes influence just how the economy works from the top down? Read on to find out who's making bank in Congress, with a major thanks to Roll Call as a primary source of information.
Added September 25, 2011 with 12 photos
Yemeni medical officials say government troops have opened fire on protesters in the capital Sanaa, wounding at least 18 people. The shooting signals President Ali Abdullah Saleh's regime is stepping up its crackdown on the opposition following the leader's surprise return home that coincided with a dramatic surge in violence .
Added September 25, 2011 with 10 photos
After more than three months of medical treatment in Saudi Arabia in the wake of an assassination attempt, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh returned to Yemen to demonstrations by both supporters and protesters.
Added September 25, 2011 with 14 photos
Fighters for Libya's interim rulers entered Moamer Kadhafi's hometown of Sirte today in a surprise assault that NATO said it backed to halt brutal acts by followers of the ousted regime.
Added September 23, 2011 with 10 photos
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has addressed the United Nations today in a bid for Palestine to attain the status of a full member state in the U.N., and as the bid has been filed, tensions have been flaring at checkpoints around the West Bank.
Added September 22, 2011 with 10 photos
French President Nicolas Sarkozy, and Robert De Niro crossed the New York Harbor to take part in a ceremony in anticipation of the 125th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011 in New York.
Added September 22, 2011 with photo
As one could expect, many of the rich became richer, but just who came out on top of the Forbes 400 list of the richest individuals in America? Bill Gates, of course, but there are several surprises to be found on the list of the richest Americans, including some of the youngest, and oldest, individuals to stash away billions in the bank.
Added September 22, 2011 with 12 photos
he death toll from a typhoon that hit Japan this week climbed to 11 Thursday, with five people still missing, officials say. Typhoon Roke weakened into an extratropical cyclone Thursday afternoon and as it moved over Hokkaido, Kyodo News reported.
Added September 21, 2011 with 12 photos
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google, testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights Subcommittee regarding whether the power of Google serves consumers or threatens competition on Capitol Hill.
Added September 21, 2011 with 32 photos
The United Nations is holding its 66th General Assembly in the UN building in New York City, with the issue of Palestinian statehood taking the main center stage as the Palestinian Authority hopes to present the issue to the assembly on Friday.
Added September 21, 2011 with 28 photos
Georgia executed Troy Davis Wednesday for the murder of a police officer after the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday rejected Davis' appeal for a stay of execution. Davis was pronounced dead at 11:08 p.m. EDT, the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Prison said.
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