Updated: 3:39 PM Betty and James Johnson sift through pictures of their granddaughter Maayimuna N'diaye.
Posted: 7:32 AM Pope Francis has urged princes, presidents, sheikhs and thousands of ordinary people gathered for his installation Mass to protect God's creation, the weakest and the poorest of the world.
Updated: 7:24 AM The government in Cyprus has shut down banks until later this week while lawmakers wrangle over how to keep the island nation from bankruptcy.
Updated: 7:27 AM A Soyuz space capsule carrying an American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts has landed on the steppes of Kazakhstan, returning the three men to Earth after a 144-day mission to the International Space Station.
Posted: 2:18 AM Pentagon: Iranian plane pursued US spy drone... Armed man kills self in Pa. sports store bathroom... Suspect in NY slaying, child rape, beaten in jail... Judge to announce verdict Sunday in Ohio rape trial... Air Force trainer convicted of raping ex-trainee... Bus carrying college lacrosse team crashes in Pa., killing pregnant coach, driver... NFL player Stallworth injured when balloon hits power lines... Two dead at Calif. Raceway... Hundreds checked for risk in rabies case... Calm weather helps crews battling fire in N. Colrado...
Posted: 2:03 AM New China premier pledges strong ties with US and cutting China's government spending... Number of dead pigs in waters near Shanghai tops 12,500... Iran: Commanders authorized to respond to attacks... High-ranking Syrian general defects... Supporters and opponents of Egypt's president clash... Presidential candidates spar in Venezuela...
Posted: 1:51 AM Pope explains name, urges `church for the poor'...
Updated: 7:28 AM We're learning new details about a U-S predator drone having been targeted by an Iranian military aircraft.
Updated: 7:28 AM Japanese elementary school children enjoyed a dynamic performance by a troupe of 'unwanted dogs' on Wednesday (March 13) when the Wow Wow Dog Circus came through town with the aim of educating youngsters on the responsibilities of pet ownership.
Updated: 7:22 AM Playing video games may actually be good for your health.
Updated: 7:17 AM A bionic eye has enabled blind people to read letters and simple words.
Updated: 7:18 AM There was a change of command at the International Space Station on Wednesday (March 13).
Updated: 7:17 AM Welcome to the Barbie cafe.
Posted: 3:11 PM Bettors gambling on Pope Benedict's replacement were very much wrong.
Updated: 5:19 PM The Catholic church has chosen a new pope.
Updated: 7:20 AM Scientists and engineers prepared on Tuesday (March 12) for the official inauguration of the world's most powerful observatory, a field of antennas high in Chile's Atacama desert that make up the ALMA telescope.
Updated: 7:34 AM Swaths of northern Europe were in the grip of snow, ice and high winds Tuesday, causing serious disruption to road, rail and air travelers.
Posted: 2:42 AM Gio Gonzalez gave Team USA its best start yet, and David Wright provided a big finish.
Updated: 7:20 AM Below normal temperatures and a strong low pressure have led to March snow across northern France and portions of the United Kingdom.
Updated: 7:11 AM Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano spewed glowing ash and pyroclastic material into the air on Sunday (March 10) as it showed intensified activity for a second day.
Updated: 1:27 AM Sistine Chapel chimney installed as conclave nears, still no frontrunner... Hagel: Optimistic on reaching commando agreement... US officials rescue 71 migrants near Puerto Rico... New state tourism minister assassinated in Mexico... Violence across Cairo leaves at least 2 protesters dead... Researchers: Stonehenge started as huge graveyard...
Posted: 1:17 AM Venezuela sets presidential election for April 14... Maduro leans on Chavez's charisma for popularity
Updated: 8:54 AM IKEA's most recent food scare sent mixed signals to already troubled Chinese consumers on Wednesday (March 6) after batches of the Swedish furniture chain's chocolate almond cakes were confiscated by Chinese authorities in Shanghai.
Updated: 7:26 AM Cheering Venezuelans in the U.S. waved their country's flag and anxiously voiced hope that change would come to their homeland after the death Tuesday of long-ruling populist President Hugo Chavez.
Posted: 12:42 PM A senior U.S. military commander says the situation in Syria is too complicated right now to provide opposition forces with lethal aid.
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