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Defiant Iran Thursday vowed to speed up its uranium enrichment program, and told International Atomic Energy Agency officials it will install thousands more centrifuges at its Natanz plant.
Don't conduct another nuclear test: That's the blunt message of South Korea to North Korea, at a time when Pyongyang is seeming to sidestep international pressure and plan for a third launch.
Why do football players die early? That's the topic of research for a $100 million Harvard University study, to be funded by the National Football League Players Association.
Freedom Works, the nonprofit dedicated to lower taxes and limited government, reports that a recent symposium held by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers turned into boot camp at which reporters from mainstream organizations were trained on how to best articulate pro-'Obamacare' talking points.
The Pakistani teen shot by the Taliban for her advocacy of education for girls is scheduled for more surgery, according to various media reports.
Egypt is headed toward a "collapse" that will impact "future generations" due to continuing violence and unrest, said President Mohammed Morsi appointee, Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, on Tuesday.
A Chinese entrepreneur looks to make bank by selling cans of fresh air in response to debilitating smog that is blanketing the streets of Beijing.
South Korean legal authorities have arrested a Korean-American on charges related to the illegal transfer of $1.09 trillion in Iran funds that had been frozen due to international sanctions.
An estimated 15,000 crocodiles escaped a farm in South Africa, and half are still on the loose, according to the local media.