Since man first rubbed a pair of sticks together to make a fire, we've gathered around a campfire to cook food, enjoy good company and bask in the warmth of the glowing embers.
The European Union, under pressure from the international community and on the heels of a formal request from Britain, is poised to add Hezbollah to its list of terror groups.
British Prime Minister David Cameron may rue the day he supported gay marriage.
There's a new dish that's been crafted in several Hill offices: the Congressional Omelet. It's a fairly simple recipe — scramble a bunch of eggs and mix them with a hefty helping of bureaucratic molasses.
Three soldiers at an army bomb disposal unit in southern Spain were killed Monday when a blast rocked the facility, the country’s defense ministry said.
A top Greek official on Wednesday warned of a "widening gap" in the eurozone that separates financially stable countries such as Germany from their southern European partners that are struggling to keep up.
U.S. manufacturers cut back on production in April as auto companies cranked out fewer cars, factories made fewer consumer goods and most other industries reduced output. The weakness suggests economic growth may be slowing this spring.
Our European cousins are just now figuring out that ditching their marks, francs, liras and drachmas to join the eurozone may not have been such a hot idea after all.
Cuba has filed its first legal challenge with the World Trade Organization, joining the fight against Australia's tough tobacco packaging laws, the Geneva-based trade body announced Monday.