A judge has ordered mediation in the case of a teen girl who says her family threatened to kill her for converting from Islam to Christianity.
South African runner Caster Semenya’s muscular physique helped propel her to victory during the 800 meters at Wednesday night’s world track and field championships in Berlin.
For CNN, Tiananmen Square was a watershed story — a seminal moment in the network’s history. Only nine years old in 1989, CNN was the only 24-hour news station on the air at the time. But staffers say the network suffered an inferiority complex when comparing itself to the major players in American television, who had dismissed the new upstart for years as “Chicken Noodle News.” Enter Tiananmen Square
A 3-year-old boy who wandered away from his home in rural southeastern Missouri was found Wednesday after a two-day search for him. A volunteer combing through Mark Twain National Forest heard crying and found Joshua Childers nearly three miles from his home, authorities said
Elia Roldan had just received a new lab coat with her name embroidered on the pocket.
Google plans to unveil a service called Google Voice on Thursday that indicates Google wants to do with your telephone communications what companies such as Yahoo have done with e-mail. Google Voice, the new version of the GrandCentral technology Google acquired in July 2007, has the potential to make the search giant a middleman in an important part of people’s lives, telephone communications. With the service, people can pick a new phone number from Google Voice; when others call it, Google can ring all the actual phones a person uses and handle voice mail.
Democratic former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s brother asked Roland Burris to contribute or help raise up to $10,000 in campaign cash before Burris was named a U.S. senator on December 30, according to a Burris spokesman