By KIMBERLY DOZIERAP Intelligence Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - Say you're sorry. That's what the Pakistani government says it wants from the United States in order to jump-start a number of initiatives between the two countries that would help the hunt for al-Qaida in
By MARK SHERMANAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Just a third of Americans back President Barack Obama's health care overhaul on which the Supreme Court is about to pass judgment, a new poll finds. But there is overwhelming support among both supporters and opponents for
By DAVID B. CARUSO and MIKE STOBBEAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - Call it compassionate, even political. But ... scientific? Several experts say there's no hard evidence to support the federal government's declaration this month that 50 kinds of cancer could be caused
By ANICK JESDANUNAP Technology Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - Until I started watching videos on Samsung's new Galaxy S III phone, I never thought of the iPhone's display as small.
The Galaxy's screen measures 4.8 inches diagonally, compared with 3.5 inches
By KELVIN CHANAP Business Writer
HONG KONG (AP) - Asia's millionaires outnumbered North America's for the first time last year even as the world's wealthy saw their fortunes decline amid turbulent financial markets, a new survey says.
By JOE McDONALDAP Business Writer
BEIJING (AP) - China on Wednesday defended its export curbs on rare earths used in high-tech products as an environmental measure and rejected a World Trade Organization challenge by the United States, Europe and Japan.
By CHRISTINE ARMARIOAP Education Writer
As the number of charter schools expands nationwide, one group of students that is enrolling in those schools at a lower rate is children with disabilities.
Eight percent of students at charter schools had disabilities in
By BRIAN MAHONEYAP Basketball Writer
MIAMI (AP) - LeBron James could hardly stand, certainly couldn't run. Good thing all he needed to do was shoot.
Better get well fast, LeBron. You're one win away from the biggest party of your life
By PETER JAMES SPIELMANNAssociated Press
UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The head of the U.N. observer mission in Syria said Tuesday that U.N. forces have come under fire multiple times recently but are committed to staying in the strife-torn country.
Maj. Gen. Robert
By Natalie Abrams,
Maybe this is why Adam Carolla called it The Man Show.
Carolla, who most recently appeared on Celebrity Apprentice, recently told the New York Post that "dudes are funnier than chicks." While promoting his new book, Not Taco Bell Material, Carolla insisted that he doesn't