UNITED NATIONS REFORM
(L to R) Jeane Kirkpatrick, Richard Holbrooke, and Richard Williamson testify before the House International Relations Committee on "United Nations Reform: Challenges and Prospects" on March 15, 2005 in Washington. Congress wanted to know what could be done to stop abuses at the UN like the Oil for Food Program...(UPI Photo/Michael Kleinfeld)....
Apple has fired the manager who oversaw the development of the company's troubled mobile mapping service, sources told The New York Times.
U.S. President Barack Obama came out swinging Tuesday against Republican challenger Mitt Romney in their second debate at Hofstra University in New York.
Senior advisers for Republican U.S. presidential nominee Mitt Romney provided more detail about how foreign policy would look under a Romney administration.
The head of a traditionalist Catholic group based in Switzerland has urged its leaders to reunite with the Roman Catholic Church.
Authorities in Florida said a fleeing suspect was chased down and apprehended by a deputy driving a borrowed golf cart.
A Swedish bishop says he alerted the Vatican before the excommunication of Bishop Richard Williamson was lifted to statements he had made denying the Holocaust.
Catholic Pope Benedict XVI admits he made mistakes in lifting the excommunications of a Holocaust denier and three other ultra-traditionalist bishops.
An apology issued by a Roman Catholic bishop who denied the Holocaust on Swedish television was called unacceptable by the Vatican Friday.
Richard Williamson, the controversial traditionalist Catholic bishop, has sought advice from British Holocaust denier David Irving, Irving says.
The Holocaust-denying bishop who was ousted from Argentina was involved in a scuffle Tuesday at the Buenos Aires airport, sources say.