Prosecutors say Texas oilman David Chalmers, the head of the Houston-based Bayoil, and Bulgarian Ludmil Dionissiev, were arrested in Ho
An insurance company he owns, American International Group Inc., is under investigation for accounting improprieties.
Several professional baseball players were subpoenaed and will answer questions about the issue.
U.S. State Department, the United Nations and British foreign secretary have called for an internationally backed investigation into th
Media rights group Reporters Without Borders says 53 journalists were killed on job during past year
Main reform party has threatened to boycott ballot
Washington will support European proposal to offer Tehran limited economic incentives to give up nuclear enrichment activities
There has never been a Pontiff from Latin America or Asia, and the last time an African was head of the church was more than 1,500 year
Traditionally, lacrosse has been an elite sport played mostly by white athletes
Recent survey found 56 percent of workers had dated a co-worker and one in four had dated someone in a higher position
Two leading human rights organizations say Uzbek security forces may have killed as many as 1,000 civilians in the eastern city of Andi
Real ID Act seeks to have applicants for US driver's licenses prove they in country legally
Barry Billcliff and Tim Crebase said they found a crate full of old U.S. bills
The term podcasting is less than a year old, but thousands of people are creating podcasts on topics ranging from beer to birds
The deputy U.S. defense secretary is best known as the one of the major proponents of the US-led war in Iraq.
A new worldwide environmental survey says humans are damaging the planet at an unprecedented rate and causing irreversible changes to t