By MATTHEW LEEAssociated Press
GENEVA (AP) - The United States and Russia failed on Friday to bridge differences over a plan to ease Syrian President Bashar Assad out of power, end violence and create a new government.
By STEPHEN WILSONAP Sports Writer
LONDON (AP) - Sammy Lee remembers it vividly: food rationing, bombed-out buildings, rubble.
The year was 1948, and London was hosting the Olympics amid severe austerity in the aftermath of World War II.
By ZEINA KARAMAssociated Press
BEIRUT (AP) - Syrian troops bombarded a rebellious suburb of the nation's capital with tank and artillery shells Friday, killing dozens of people during a particularly bloody few days across the country, activists said.
NEW YORK (AP) - The organization in charge of creating additional Internet address suffixes to rival ".com" is killing a much-criticized Web-based system set up to help decide the order in which it will review proposals.
Participants complained that the system, de
By The Associated Press
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's response to Thursday's Supreme Court decision to uphold President Barack Obama health care law, as transcribed by Roll Call:
As you might imagine, I disagree wi
By Robyn Ross,
Paula Deen is showing off a leaner figure on the cover of People.
Six months after the Food Network star revealed she had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, Deen has shed 30 pounds. "I do think differently now [about food]," Deen says.
By MIKE CORDERAssociated Press
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - The Yugoslav war crimes tribunal acquitted former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic of one charge of genocide Thursday but upheld 10 other war crimes counts related to atrocities in Bosnia's bloody war.