Twerking, the rump-busting up-and-down dance move long beloved on America’s hip-hop scene, has officially gone mainstream.
NORFOLK, Virginia (AP) — Federal officials identified a virus Tuesday as the likely reason hundreds of bottlenose dolphins died along the East Coast, but they say there’s little they can do to stop the deaths.
More than 330
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — Residents and officials say two attacks by suspected members of a Nigerian Islamic sect have killed at least 20 members of a vigilante group that fights the sect.
A military official said Tuesday that
BERLIN (AP) — Scientists in Sweden say they have confirmed the existence of a new chemical element, but its name may need some work.
Researchers at Lund University said Tuesday their find backs up claims by teams in
BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — The smuggling of a Bolivian dissident into Brazil by a Brazilian diplomat may have prompted Foreign Minister Antonio Patriota’s ouster, but analysts said Tuesday it was just the last straw for his strained relationship
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The U.S. and its allies are looking beyond the painfully divided U.N. Security Council to legitimize military action against Syria.
To do so, they must build a cohesive rationale and win broad international backing
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — Even in the capital of a country torn apart by civil war, Syrians have to find some way to enjoy themselves on a hot summer weekend.
So the pool at a Damascus luxury hotel
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — Momentum appears to be building for Western military action against Syria, with both the U.S. and France saying they are in position for a strike. But the government in Damascus is vowing to use
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — A Puerto Rico lawyer has been arrested on allegations he collected funds meant to bribe a judge to overturn a life sentence for a drug dealer once dubbed the “Pablo Escobar of
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — Colombia’s No. 2 rebel group on Tuesday freed a Canadian mining executive who had spent seven months in captivity and whose company cancelled a gold mining project.
The International Committee of the Red Cross
DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Following days of fighting in eastern Congo, conflicting versions of the death toll emerged, with rebel and government spokesmen giving drastically different accounts of which side suffered the heaviest losses.
Congolese military spokesman Col.
CAIRO (AP) — In every corner of the Egyptian capital, a bustling city of 18 million that rarely sleeps, people are locked up in their homes at night under a military-imposed curfew that has driven people up the
JERUSALEM (AP) — For much of the past seven years, Khalid Zir and his family called a makeshift tin shack in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan home. But now that Israeli authorities have demolished the hut, Zir
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Vigilantes in the southern Mexico state of Guerrero have attacked local police in the town of Tixtla, beaten them and stolen their rifles.
The conflict with the radical “self defense” group threatens a fragile
SOCHAUX, France (AP) — Peugeot is hoping a complete makeover of its mid-sized hatchback will help turn the struggling French automaker’s fortunes around— and dent the market dominance of its German rival Volkswagen.
But a lot is riding