A Fox News Channel video portraying U.S. President Barack Obama's tenure as a string of broken promises aired without proper approval, a network executive said.
Canadian police and various law enforcement agencies made about 60 arrests, including 10 juveniles, in gang raids early Tuesday that spanned four provinces.
A Scottish dad said he was pleased to hear about a mall's change in policy after he was kicked out for taking pictures of his own daughter.
A group of 12 fuel cell cars traveling from California to British Columbia on a road show tour represent a new entry into the auto industry, experts say.
A judge has ordered a mentally ill Florida woman who killed her parents transferred from a secure state hospital to Miami a group home.
The chief spokesman for the European Commission has denied allegations expected to be published Thursday that he was involved in letting corrupt officials off t
They have taken the name from the Hollywood movie set in war-torn Vietnam. 'Good Morning Afghanistan', a daily breakfast radio show funded by the European Union
The charges against former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic, according to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia are:
Italian Prime Minister Sylvio Berlusconi attended his first European Union foreign ministers meeting Monday wearing two ministerial hats.
The European Union expects Microsoft to call for a hearing into its concerns about its "behavior and practices in Europe" before Christmas, a European Commissio