France's ex-prime minister Juppe says he'll seek nomination for 2017 presidential election
There are no immediate links between the 19 people arrested on suspicion of planning terror attacks on Malaysia's administrative capital, Putrajaya, and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), police said Wednesday.
Latest Ferguson protests are smaller, more subdued ahead of visit by attorney general
Dan Sullivan takes lead in Alaska's GOP Senate primary; Democrat Mark Begich wins his primary
It's hard to believe but "Saved by the Bell" first aired 25 years ago today on Aug. 20, 1989. If you were a "Bell" fan, you obviously knew about the love affair between Kelly Kapowski and Zack Morris. You were also well aware of the famous bickering between A.C. Slater and Jessie Spano. Then there were Screech's constant antics, that had you laughing out loud every episode. And finally, Mr. Belding was always there for the gang to lend a comforting ear or helping hand. But, there are tons of thing you never knew about the cast and the show that happened behind the scenes. In honor of the show hitting this quarter century milestone, here are 25 amazing little tidbits you never knew but want to know about "Saved by the Bell."
Chinese, Russian state media seize on Ferguson shooting to turn criticisms back on US
111-year-old Japanese retired educator who enjoys poetry recognized as the world's oldest man
Protesters and police faced off again in Ferguson, Mo. overnight, with a thrown water bottle briefly re-igniting the turmoil â€“ but authorities are hopeful that unrest in the St. Louis suburb is reaching a turning point.
Police chased young men down Ferguson's streets and made arrests, after a water bottle flew again shortly before midnight. During the chase, more water bottles filled the air.
Gunmen attacked a Saudi Embassy convoy in Paris on Sunday, stealing 250,000 euros ($334,000) and diplomatic documents, French police say.
North Korea fires off crude insults against Secretary of State Kerry over his looks
Another patient is being tested in the United States for possible Ebola exposure -- this time, in California.
The depressing cycle of strikes and counter strikes resumed as talks of a longer term truce failed between Israelis and Palestinians.
Landslides triggered by heavy rains killed at least 27 people in the western Japanese city of Hiroshima, authorities said Wednesday.
As the turmoil in Ferguson, Missouri, has boiled, new officials have taken the lead at each step as the town and the state grapple with how to quell the unrest.
Kazmir earns win No. 14; Athletics break out of scoring slump in 6-2 win over Mets
Holder brings personal history, civil rights commitment to Ferguson's racial crisis
No charges brought against guards in all 3 New York City inmate beating deaths since 2009