LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A trove of rare Gold Rush-era coins unearthed in California last year by a couple as they walked their dog may be the greatest buried treasure ever found in the United States,...
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For years, U.S. officials have pointed to the improvements in the everyday lives of Afghans made possible by billions of dollars in aid from the United States and elsewhere.
TACLOBAN CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - The United States will provide an additional $25 million in humanitarian aid to the Philippines for typhoon relief, raising to $86 million its assistance to its...
(Reuters) - As many as 17 million low- to moderate-income Americans should be eligible for tax credits to buy private health insurance under President Barack Obama's healthcare law in 2014, according to a report by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
In a symbol of South Korea’s struggle to reconcile its traditions with its hard-charging modern incarnation, a power line has drawn sit-ins from those who say it encroaches on their burial grounds.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg was chosen from more than 200 nominees for his public service and his philanthropy, the Genesis Prize committee said.
Cukulat 390-Bagdat Caddesi nde gezelim diyor Jack, Prefer walking to cruising in BMW convertible-
By Sruthi Gottipati and Jatindra Dash ICHAPURAM/BHUBANESWAR, India (Reuters) - A fierce cyclone tore into India's east coast on Saturday night, killing at least five people and forcing about half a million into overcrowded shelters as the storm threatened to cut a swathe of devastation through farmland and fishing hamlets. Cyclone Phailin was expected to remain a "very severe cyclonic s
India is on a "war footing" as the most powerful cyclone in more than a decade hit its east coast, with wind, rain and sea battering the shore, prompting the evacuation of more than half a million people
Japan is about to be nuclear power-free for just the third time in more than four decades, and has no firm date for re-starting an energy source that has provided about 30 percent of electricity to the world's third-largest economy.
BERLIN/SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd unveiled a smartwatch on Wednesday that works as an accessory to its market-leading Galaxy smartphone, with a small screen offering basic functions like photos, hands-free calls and instant messaging.
John Kerry's first trip as U.S. Secretary of State begins with assurances for Syrian rebels of U.S. support. For more CNN videos, visit our site at http://ww...
The National Security Agency admitted in a statement Friday that there have been "very rare" instances of willful violations of agency protocols by agency officers. The Wall Street Journal reports that some of those willful violations involved officials turning their private eyes on love interests: Read full article >>
The Russian Federation is a long-time member of the European Convention on Extradition of 1957 and the European Convention on the Suppression of Terrorism of 1977. However, Russia does not have an extradition treaty with the United States, or any agreements that would facilitate the process. The situation remains tense, especially when legal conflicts are complicated by politics.
Samantha Power has been confirmed as the new American ambassador to the United Nations after an 87-10 vote in the US Senate.
The crime at the Carlton Intercontinental came days after a member of a gang of jewel thieves escaped from a Switzerland prison.
Adobe has confirmed that it has completed a $600 million deal to buy conversational marketing company Neolane, in a move that boosts its digital marketing offering with new cross-channel services.... Keep reading →
By Matt Smith DUBAI (Reuters) - A 75-year-old Palestinian businessman is on a $10 million mission to boost Arabic on the Internet, where it accounts for less than 1 percent of websites despite being spoken by one in 20 people worldwide. If Talal Abu Ghazaleh, owner of the education and professional services firm Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization (TAG-Org), has his way, the end of this year will see