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Kenya’s interior minister responded to a U.S. warning against travel to the country with shock and anger, suggesting that just because one of its top tourist mall destinations was targeted for terrorist attack doesn’t mean the West has to go on red alert and switch their vacation plans.
One of Saudi Arabia's top Muslim clerics said Friday that women who drive risk damaging their ovaries and bearing children.
Michael Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, 22, the two men who were arrested for hacking to death a British soldier as he walked down London streets in broad daylight, pleaded not guilty in court on Friday.
A United Airlines pilot heading toward Seattle with 164 other passengers and crew members was forced to make an emergency landing in Boise, after suffering a heart attack hundreds of feet in the air. His condition was not known on Friday.
Barilla may be one of the most famous brands of pasta, but its fan base may be about to get smaller.
China's communist rulers are accusing the top U.S. diplomat in Hong Kong of interfering in the country's internal affairs by promoting democracy.
The Federal Housing Administration may for the first time need a bailout from the U.S. Treasury as rising defaults on mortgages it insures have pushed its insurance reserves into deficit, according to a new report.
An Egypt court on Monday ordered the Muslim Brotherhood to cease and desist all activities in the nation, and told authorities to seize the group’s funds.
Some of the U.S. weapons flowing to rebels in Syria are bound to fall into the hands of Islamic extremists, say analysts and a retired Army general just back from touring the country.