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Once thought to be a lock, Republican Deb Fischer is losing her edge in the race to represent Nebraska in the U.S. Senate.
Europeans awoke Wednesday to find themselves plunged into the middle of the U.S. presidential race after the Republican front-runner accused President Obama of cozying up to Europe while ignoring basic American values.
The AIDS epidemic is leveling off and the number of people newly infected with the virus that causes it has remained unchanged since 2007, the United Nations said in a report Monday.
Anti-capitalism protesters camped outside St. Paul's Cathedral have forced the iconic church to shut its doors for the first time since World War II out of concern for what it says are health and safety risks posed by the "Occupy the London Stock Exchange" movement, now entering its 10th day.
The rioting and looting that shocked Britain two weeks ago are raising questions about whether London is a secure location for next year's Summer Olympics.
A French-Vietnamese math professor was sentenced Wednesday to three years in a Vietnamese prison for belonging to a banned pro-democracy group and publishing an anti-Communist blog, his lawyer said.
Billy Taylor, an acclaimed jazz pianist and composer who became one of the genre's most ardent advocates through radio, television and the landmark Jazzmobile arts venture, has died at age 89.
WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange lashed out at the mainstream media during a debate at a London university Thursday, fighting back at a string of unfavorable stories that have appeared since his organization's publication of a cache of U.S. intelligence documents.