Foreign ministers of the Group of 20 on Sunday convened in Los Cabos, a resort town in northwestern Mexico, to discuss important issues including global governance, food safety, climate change and green growth.
Diet soda may benefit the waistline, but people who drink it everyday may have a heightened risk of heart attack and stroke.
US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner: US would encourage the International Monetary Fund to support an agreement on Greek economic reforms.
At least 44 inmates were killed and several others wounded in a riot that occurred on Sunday morning inside prison Apodaca in the northern state of Nuevo Leon, an official source said.
Singer Bobby Brown abruptly left the funeral of his ex-wife Whitney Houston on Saturday, claiming security guards asked him to move several times and prevented him from seeing his and Houston's daughter.
A Moroccan man was arrested near the US Capitol on Friday wearing a vest he believed was full of al Qaeda-supplied explosives and charged in an attempted suicide bombing of Congress.
There's no good spot on Cape Cod for dolphins to beach themselves, but on this cold, gray day a group of 11 has chosen one of the worst.
Officials from a university in North Dakota, United States, suspected to be a diploma mill that awarded hundreds of unearned degrees to international students, said the university will not release a student list but will contact individuals who have been affected.
Two days before Whitney Houston is laid to rest, tearful fans paid their respects to the pop superstar on Thursday in front of the Newark church where her funeral is to be held.
Social insecurity plus a lack of structural reforms could affect the country's economy in 2012, Mexico's central bank (Banxico) said Thursday.
Johnny Araya, mayor of San Jose in Costa Rica, on Thursday officially announced the start of construction of a China Town in the capital city.
Jon Huntsman criticized his ex-rival Mitt Romney's policy toward China, saying it's "wrongheaded" to threaten a trade war with Beijing.