NEW YORK (AP) — Someone was willing to pay big bucks for an early glimpse of what would become the Boss' "runaway American dream."
NEW YORK/CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters) - South Carolina will clinch a long-awaited land sale next week that should help Boeing Co expand aircraft production. Perhaps more importantly, the $13.8 million deal may help South Carolina win assembly w...
ATLANTA/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Southwest Airlines is purchasing 22 of the 34 takeoff and landing slots at New York's LaGuardia Airport that American Airlines has given up in return for government approval of its merger with US Airways Group Inc.
One of the criticisms thrown President Obama's way amidst the Obamacare fallout is that he appears to be more big-picture than hands-on, and that's why he didn't see the website issues coming. Chris Matthews pressed Obama on this question of management during their wide-ranging discussion at American University on Thursday.
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid leader who became South Africa's first black president, was regarded as one of the great figures of the past century for his generosity of spirit, sacrifices in the name of equality and his efforts to reconcile the races in South Africa amid the ever-present specter of conflict.
To the very end, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, though frail and somewhat forgetful, remained the Father of the Nation for South Africans. It could even be said that, in the several trips he’s made to the hospital over the past two years, he was, in his own way, preparing his family—biological and extended—for his final return home. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama likes what he sees from Pope Francis, who has called for a more humble Catholic Church that sides with the poor.
It is not the first time rumors have surfaced that Jang Sung-taek was sacked by North Korea's ruling Kim family.
Vietnam, where Chinese bachelors can find "true love", or more specifically, where they can "search for brides who won't demand apartments or private vehicles as a precondition for marriage."
Any proposal to prosecute the Syrian officials who might have been guilty of war crimes would probably fail in the Security Council.
The great life of Nelson Mandela demands that, after our tears, we stand up, dry our eyes and work for justice throughout the world. We grieve for and salute one of the greatest leaders in history. Because of Nelson Mandela, South Africa...Show More Summary
South African President Jacob Zuma announced on Thursday night the death of Nelson Mandela. He was 95. "Our nation has lost its greatest son," Zuma said in announcing Mandela's death on South African television. The iconic leader of he...Show More Summary
The president sat down for an extended interview with the progressive network's Chris Matthews Thursday afternoon for the first time since he was running for the office in 2008. And during a discussion about gridlock between the executive and legislative branches of the government, Obama hit MSNBC for saying he's "too willing" to compromise with Republicans.