AKRON, Ohio (AP) — More than 50 activists and environment groups are urging the governor to answer questions about radioactive drilling wastes from Ohio… More »
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BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — A Mali government official says none of the 28 candidates in the presidential election received a majority vote, and a runoff will be held later this month between the top two finishers.
CAIRO (AP) — An international human rights group has warned Egypt’s new interim leadership against ending sit-ins by loyalists of ousted president by force, saying all measures must be taken to avert a “bloodbath.”
The statement by Human
FORT MEADE, Maryland (AP) — The government’s contention that Pfc. Bradley Manning harmed national security by leaking U.S. secrets is getting a more public airing.
Three of the four witnesses who have testified so far at his sentencing
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — A young boy is recovering in a southwest Florida hospital after he was sucked into a drainpipe while playing with other children and carried several hundred yards.
The Fort Myers News-Press (http://newspr.es/137cm8Q) reports
BERLIN (AP) — The German government has canceled a Cold War-era surveillance pact with the United States and Britain following concerns about their alleged electronic eavesdropping in Germany.
Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said Friday that ending the agreement
BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — Mali presidential race goes to runoff after no candidates receive majority vote, says ministry.
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MOSCOW (AP) — The Russian lawyer for Edward Snowden says the National Security Agency leaker has determined where he will live, but is still figuring out what he will do during his stay in Russia.
Russia granted Snowden
KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Police in Nepal said Friday that have arrested two men suspected of being involved in the 2010 disappearance of a 23-year-old American woman.
Aubrey Sacco of Greeley, Colorado, has been missing since she failed
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NEW YORK (AP) — Big jobs numbers, a revival in manufacturing activity and a Federal Reserve seemingly committed to keeping interest rates low are driving U.S. stock futures higher after the S&P surpassed 1,700 for the first time
BEIRUT (AP) — Activists say latest clashes in northern Syria between Kurdish opposition fighters and rebels linked to al-Qaida have killed 12 Islamic fighters.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Friday that the clashes took
PRAGUE (AP) — Czech President Milos Zeman has been diagnosed with diabetes, but his doctors say they believe his condition won’t prevent him from doing his duties.
Dr. Ales Zak says Zeman needs “medium intensive treatment” for his
PARIS (AP) — A hot air balloon festival at a former NATO airfield in eastern France broke two records in as many days this week — first by sending up 408 piloted balloons in an hour, then by
Police say a Boardman man was gunned down on Youngstown’s South Side during a drug deal.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — Hopes for a compromise solution to the deadlock over Cambodia’s election results have faded with the country’s leader saying he can form a new government even if the opposition boycotts parliament.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — While many same-sex couples married on the first day it became legal in Rhode Island, others filed for divorce.
Attorney Neville Bedford tells WPRI-TV (http://bit.ly/13AhthJ ) his client was married in Massachusetts in 2008,
PARIS (AP) — Two weeks after a spurt of rioting in a far-flung Paris suburb, President Francois Hollande is injecting a new dose of funds to help cure one of France’s most persistent problem areas — the suburban