With just weeks to go, London is hustling to deliver on its pledge to make the 2012 Summer Games the greenest ever.
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A "super-moon" will be a novelty on Sunday, but for the 12,000 people of Tuvalu it is a foreboding practice for a future where rising seas make their homeland uninhabitable.
Greek voters enraged by economic hardship will punish traditional parties in a highly uncertain election on Sunday that could plunge the country into new political chaos and shake the
Just a week before graduation, 23 year old Chris Peterman should be preparing his cap and gown. Instead, the Bob Jones University student says he's fighting for the degree he believes he's earned, and he believes the popular television show "Glee" may be partly to blame.
Hazrat Gul spent two years in detention for allegedly aiding the Pakistani Taliban when they publicly flogged and beheaded people during a reign of terror in the scenic Swat
Tensions grow between Beijing and Washington over persecution of blind political activist Chen Guangcheng
Saudi Arabia said on Saturday it had recalled its ambassador in Cairo for security reasons after protests in Egypt against the kingdom's arrest of an Egyptian lawyer, marking a diplomatic
The student sued after she was dismissed for saying unflattering things about a patient online. The long saga of a nursing student who was dismissed after
The UK Ministry of Defence says it is still evaluating sites to place surface-to-air missiles for the Olympic Games after reports that they could be placed at residential flats.
Europe's political centre is starting to crumble. Elected governments have already been swept away - or replaced by EU technocrats without a vote ....