A suspected US missile strike killed four alleged militants in a Pakistani tribal region along the Afghan border early Monday, Pakistani intelligence officials said.
As darkness falls on Harvard Square, students wrapped tight against the freezing cold hustle down icy, red-brick sidewalks and past snow banks, eager to reach the warmth of dorms and libraries.
The United States government says it is assessing possible responses after Somali pirates hijacked a yacht with four Americans on board in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Somalia.
Space shuttle Discovery is scheduled to begin an 11-day mission to the International Space Station (ISS) with a launch at 4:50 pm EST (2050 GMT) on February 24.
It's never easy to raise a child. It's even harder to raise a child with special needs, and for many parents it would be mission impossible to raise three children with special needs.
A pedestrian was killed by a US army vehicle in Afghan capital Kabul on Thursday, a private television channel reported.
Currently showing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Emperor's Private Paradise: Treasures from the Forbidden City showcases about 90 works of art created for the emperor Qianlong (1736-95), a man whose desire to unify "all under heaven" is clearly noted in the extravagance of this loan exhibition organized by the Peabody Essex Museum.
Coca-Cola Co said on Tuesday that its flagship cola recipe is still secret after nearly 125 years, denying a story by a public radio show that it has uncovered the formula.
Gunmen shot dead a US customs agent and wounded another on Tuesday as they drove along Mexico's main north-south highway to Monterrey on official business.
For Wang Zhiming, the violin has always been more than a musical instrument.