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Napoleon Bonaparte's death bed and sweat-stained shirt is about to hit the auction block in France -- and so is a lock of his hair, his ivory cane and some of last-living bandages.
The west of Central African Republic has been "cleansed" of most Muslims as largely-Christian "anti-Balaka" militias step up force in the region, U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres said Thursday.
Hillary Clinton tried to walk back from a comparison she made of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, calling on a critical public to remember she was only speaking to the historical links.
Russian authorities say the nation's successfully test fired an intercontinental ballistic missile, an RS-12M Topol that traveled from the Astrakhan area and touched down at a site in Kazakhstan.
A child born in California with the HIV virus has been proclaimed HIV-negative by doctors after receiving antiretroviral drugs shortly after its birth.
China announced Wednesday that it would increase its military budget by 12.2 percent this year — the largest spending hike for national defense purposes in three years.
Mid-term elections are coming and President Obama is taking the lead in how Democrats ought to shape their platforms for the middle class by pitching a range of tax credits aimed at helping the working poor and the blue-collar crowd.
Dish is looking to push back against Comcast, which announced it'll merge with Time Warner. But is Comcast going to be too big to handle?
An Cairo court on Tuesday banned all activities of Hamas in Egypt and ordered the seizure of its offices and assets.
Turkish F-16s had to be scrambled Monday when a Russian surveillance plane flew along its Black Sea coast, Reuters reported.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif wants the world to know that the country's nuclear program will be going nowhere.
Many financial analysts are weighing on whether bitcoin has reached its deathbed, after Mt.Gox, a major bitcoin exchange company, stopped trading.
Forty-six people leaped to their deaths from San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge last year in what appears to be the worst year for suicides at the landmark.
A U.S. appeals court in San Francisco has ordered Google to remove from YouTube "Innocence of Muslims," the anti-Islam film the Obama administration initially blamed for the 2012 killing of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya.
Boko Haram Islamists stormed a boarding school in northeast Nigeria overnight and burned it to the ground, killing 29 boys, authorities said on Tuesday.