Facebook Inc, the world's largest social-networking service, is aiming to file for its initial public offering as early as this week.
Three members of an Afghan Canadian family were found guilty of the "honor killing" of three siblings and a fourth relative on Sunday after a high-profile trial that has fascinated Canadians.
Cuban leader Raul Castro on Sunday urged the Cuban Communist Party (CCP)to expand democracy in the country, beginning from itself.
A win of the Republican Party's next primary could help Mitt Romney secure the nomination to become the GOP (Grand Old Party) presidential candidate.
A rehab center for drug addicts in the Peruvian capital caught fire Saturday morning, killing at least 32 people.
Rescue workers feverishly dug through the wreckage of three buildings in downtown Rio de Janeiro Friday, hunting for survivors of a collapse that killed at least 12 people and left 17 more missing.
It cleared the way for the $1.2 trillion increase in the federal government's borrowing limit.
UN Secretary-general Ban Ki- moon said here on Wednesday that he wants his team "to look deeply at the world and our work today,"
Apple overtook Google's Android to become the leading smartphone platform in the United States in the fourth quarter of 2011
It said the US will keep the exceptionally low levels for the key interest rate at least through late 2014.
President Barack Obama proposed plowing half the money America will save from the end of its wars in Iraq and Afghanistan into high-speed rail lines and repairs to the nation's creaking roads and infrastructure.
Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich on Monday faced off in a campaign debate in Tampa, Florida.