Ousted President Manuel Zelaya and the country's interim leader Roberto Micheletti will sign a power-sharing deal Friday.
Nine people are thought to be missing after a Coast Guard plane collided with a Marine Corps helicopter.
A memorial for the dancer, choreographer and artist was held last night at the Park Avenue Armory in Manhattan.
The economy grew at a 3.5 percent pace in the third quarter. That's the latest indication the recession has ended.
Dozens of police and military personnel were arrested Thursday after weekend attacks killed 155 people.
House Dems will unveil their health care reform plan Thursday. The plan will be on the floor for debate as early as next week.
First lady Michelle Obama, Alec Baldwin and Kate Hudson were just some of the stars who turned out to watched the Phillies beat the Yankees 6-1.
The Thai Union 3 was 650 miles from the Somali coast when it was hijacked by two skiffs Thursday morning.
President Ahmadinejad says Iran is ready to send its uranium abroad where it can be enriched for medical use.
The first phase of the city's vaccination plan targets NYC public elementary schools with 400 students or less.
Joyce Theater stagehands voted 12 to 1 to join Local One of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (I.A.T.S.E.) Tuesday.
The Taliban has been blamed for an explosion that hit a women's market Wednesday in Pakistan's northwest city.
After serving two-thirds of her prison term for her role in ethnic cleansing in Serb-controlled Bosnia, Plavsic has been released from jail.
Elected officials, cigarette manufacturers and tribal members debate this today at Manhattan Community College.
Eight new Spanish- and Portuguese-language films will be screened November 5 through 13.
The Kennedy Center awarded the 72-year-old entertainer the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor Monday night.
A Sunni militant group has taken responsibility for Baghdad's deadly twin truck blasts.
Streets are blocked off today in Baghdad after two bomb blasts in Iraq's capital killed at least 155 people. The death toll includes 24 children who were leaving a daycare center.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim museum will host The First Annual Art Awards the night of October 29.