Geneva (AFP) - The World Health Organization on Thursday announced that Liberia, recently ravaged by Ebola, was free of the virus, 42 days after the last confirmed case passed their second negative test.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A couple suing over leaks in the federal investigation that led to CIA Director David Petraeus' resignation intend to subpoena at least two journalists in an attempt to compel testimony about their sources, The Associated Press has learned.
SYDNEY (AP) — Police say they do not intent to charge Oscar-winning director Mel Gibson over an allegation that he shoved and abused a newspaper photographer who snapped pictures of him and his new girlfriend in Sydney last month.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The police response to unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, last summer offers lessons in how not to handle mass demonstrations, according to a Justice Department report that warns such problems could happen in other places roiled by mistrust between law enforcement and the community.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Student performance on the SAT college entrance exam is lagging, continuing a mostly downward trend over the last five years.
KOTZEBUE, Alaska (AP) — President Barack Obama brought no grand policy pronouncements, new legislative proposals or major tranches of federal aid with him to Alaska.
Like pretty much every other major bank at the moment, Barclays is very interested in the potential of the blockchain, the technology that underpins bitcoin.
NEW YORK (AP) — Lleyton Hewitt cheered from the stands Tuesday night as one young Australian took the court in the U.S.
MIAMI (AP) — As he explores a presidential campaign, Vice President Joe Biden is presenting himself as a natural heir to President Barack Obama's policies during a trip to the crucial swing state of Florida.
Barclays is selling up in Portugal. The British bank just confirmed in a regulatory statement this morning that it will sell a bulk of its corporate banking businesses in Portugal Spain's Bankinter and its insurance business to Bankinter's subsidiary Bankinter Vida.
BEIJING (AP) — With fighter jets roaring overhead, China's leader presided Thursday over a massive parade of tanks, missiles and troops that displayed growing military might, but also pledged to reduce the army by 300,000 troops in a bid to show his country poses no expansionist threat.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Residents of a Native village threatened by erosion were thankful for President Barack Obama's attention to their plight, saying they hope his visit to Alaska will help them secure funding to build a critical evacuation road to drier ground.
Budapest (AFP) - Several hundred migrants stormed into Budapest's main international train station early Thursday after police re-opened it following a two-day standoff, an AFP reporter said.
NEWTON, Iowa (AP) — Campaigning in Iowa, many presidential candidates see a path to success by visiting all 99 counties in the leadoff caucus state.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Iran nuclear deal strongly backed by President Barack Obama and just as ardently opposed by the GOP is now on track to get through Congress.
1. Apple is reportedly planning to release its long-rumoured super-sized iPad on September 9. The iPad Pro, along with a new iPad Mini, are expected to hit shelves in November.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Once Dodgers manager Don Mattingly crossed the foul line without signaling the bullpen in the ninth inning, Clayton Kershaw knew he was safe to finish off the San Francisco Giants.
Kuala Lumpur (AFP) - A small rickety wooden boat believed to be carrying around 70 Indonesian migrants sank in the Malacca Strait early Thursday killing at least 13 people, Malaysian officials said.
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Migrants have flooded into Budapest's Keleti train station as police leave, but the train operator says that there will be no trains going to Western Europe.
TOKYO (AP) — An international body that monitors fisheries in most of the Pacific Ocean ended a meeting in Japan on Thursday without agreement on fresh measures to protect the dwindling bluefin tuna.