Just over half of Americans surveyed plan to watch or follow the Winter Olympics, according to an Associated Press-GfK Poll.
More than 400 dead dolphins were found last month on the Pacific Ocean beaches of northern Peru where twice that amount were encountered in 2012, officials said Monday.
To say Anita DeFrantz has waited 34 years for this moment would not be an exaggeration.
Heavy security and Russia’s anti-gay law should not detract from the Sochi Olympics, IOC President Thomas Bach said Monday.
Age hasn’t slowed cyclist Robert Marchand.
A landslide in Ronchi di Termeno Italy sent boulders down a hill and narrowly missing the Trebo family home.
President Barack Obama says he believes the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, will be safe and is not discouraging Americans from attending.
An appeals court in Florence has upheld the guilty verdict against U.S. student Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend for the 2007 murder of her British roommate
Britain’s royal household needs to get a little more entrepreneurial, eye possible staff cuts and replace an ancient palace boiler, lawmakers say in a new report.
A U.S. diplomat on Tuesday urged North Korea to pardon imprisoned American Kenneth Bae, saying he is in poor health and needs to return home.
Greek officials say a second ship is heading to earthquake-struck island of Kefalonia to provide additional emergency accommodation after thousands of residents stayed away from their homes as aftershocks continued.
Seven years ago, Vladimir Putin traveled all the way to Guatemala to woo Olympic leaders with his grandiose vision: hosting the Winter Games in Russia’s little-known Black Sea summer resort of Sochi.
Canadian investigators are picking through the icy rubble of a seniors’ facility in Quebec, trying to identify more victims of the fire that destroyed the facility yesterday morning.
Russian security officials are hunting down three potential female suicide bombers, one of whom is believed to be in Sochi, where the Winter Olympics will begin next month.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela’s Central Bank says prices have risen nearly 50 percent since last September as the country struggles to rein in a quickening rate of inflation and widespread shortages.
Thursday’s report says the consumer price