Witnesses are set to start testifying today in the war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic in the Hague.
Andy Stern, who leads the Service Employees International Union, one of the nation's most politically active labor unions, plans to resign.
The 47-nation nuclear summit in Washington seems to be off to a good start for President Obama, as Chinese President Hu Jintao has agreed to work with the US on new sanctions against Iran.
Former President Bill Clinton's foundation has released a list of donors as part of a deal to prevent conflicts of interest with his wife's role in the Obama administration, but the list was also notable for some omissions. Ellen Burke reports.
REPORTER: The donor list shows Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Norway and ...
Senators continued sparring along party lines as debate on sweeping healthcare legislation got underway.
The American Ballet Theater and Mark Morris Dance Group plan to present versions of the ballet next year at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The Obama administration wants mortgage companies to increase loan modifications as part of its plan to prevent foreclosures.
Bloomberg names a City Hall aide to take Department of Environmental Protection post and juvenile justice advocate to be Probation Commissioner.
After the UN's nuclear agency demanded Iran halt work on a uranium enrichment plant last week, Iran declared it would build 10 more such plants.
Several cars of a passenger train derailed between Moscow and St. Petersburg late Friday.
A new finance report shows New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg spent $102 million on his most recent re-election campaign.
The Louvre, chateau of Versailles, Notre Dame and other cultural sites may shut down next week due to strikes.
German Labor Minister Franz Josef Jung resigned his post Friday, saying he accepted responsibility for accusations the military withheld information about an airstrike in Afghanistan.
The International Atomic Energy Agency has condemned Iran for developing a uranium enrichment site in secret.
Nebraskan Senator Ben Nelson says he'll vote to bring the senate's healthcare debate to the floor.
Visitors arriving between 6 and 8 pm will be able to visit the museum for free on the first Friday of every month.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says younger women can have the tests less frequently and still catch slow-growing cervical cancer.
Belgian Prime Minister Herman van Rompuy, a relative unknown, will be the first permanent European Council President.
The Senate will vote on a healthcare overhaul bill Saturday that would cost $848 billion over 10 years.
The new concert series begins tonight.