March 1, 2013 Also: Secretary of State Kerry to speak to Turkish leader over Zionism remark; ethnic fighting in Bangladesh kills many; Calif. governor will rule on parole for ex-Manson follower; and a new Van Allen belt of radiation is discovered circling Earth.
February 27, 2013 Also: Flooding follows snow in the Midwest; Iran will continue international nuclear talks; Taliban uses poison to kill Afghan police and civilians; and Ill. candidate field narrowed for elections to fill Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s seat.
February 26, 2013 Also: Obama to talk sequester dangers at Virginia shipbuilder; Benedict XVI will receive a new title after he resigns; a rocket from Gaza lands in Israel; and there's a sudden increase in the number of teenagers killed in motor vehicle accidents.
February 22, 2013 About 100 U.S. troops will help France gather information on Islamist fighters in neighboring Mali, many of whom escaped from French troops who've retaken towns from the militants.
February 22, 2013 Forbes' Most Miserable Cities Index for 2013 also has Flint, Mich. and Rockford, Ill. at the top of the list.
February 22, 2013 Also: Egypt's President Morsi calls for staged parliamentary elections; police in India failed to initially search for three little sisters, discovered raped and murdered; the former mayor of notorious Bell, Calif., claims he's uneducated; and Forbes ranks Detroit as the most miserable U.S. city.
February 21, 2013 Gunfire and heavy explosions are heard in Gao, freed by France from Islamist militants' control in early February.
February 21, 2013 Indian news outlets report bombs were placed near a bus stop in a manner to inflict the maximum amount of damage.
February 21, 2013 Also: A huge bomb kills dozens in Syria's capital; a new report alleges Mexican authorities "disappeared" hundreds of people; a body is discovered in the Kansas City restaurant destroyed by an explosion; the Curiosity rover digs a sample of dirt from Martian soil.
February 16, 2013 The month-long hunt ends with just 68 pythons caught, while humorist Dave Barry, in an 'unmasculine' snake encounter, defends himself with barbeque tongs.
February 16, 2013 The explosion in Quetta is aimed at Shiite women and children; two bombings last month killed nearly 120 Shiites in the same city and injured scores more.
February 16, 2013 Gov. Jay Inslee gets the call that between 150 and 300 gallons of toxic sludge are leaking from a single-shelled tank every year. There are dozens of these tanks holding waste that have outlived their life spans.
February 15, 2013 Also: a disabled cruise ship finally docks; Egyptian authorities discover explosives headed for the Sinai desert; new tests turn up horsemeat in British beef products; and a federal agency permits a same sex burial at a military cemetery.
February 14, 2013 The latest online live chat will be hosted by Google and is expected to focus on issues raised in the State of the Union speech.
February 14, 2013 Jennifer Kirkland tells Dr. Phil McGraw she forgave Jimmy Lee Dykes at the beginning of the ordeal, because if she was filled with hatred, she couldn't have coped with the frightening hostage situation involving her kindergarten son, Ethan.