The 2008 presidential Democratic nominee, Senator Barack Obama of Illinois, is projected to win at least 349 electoral votes, enough to clinch the Presidency of the United States. Obama is the first African American to be elected President in U.S. ...
According to the Associated Press (AP), 2008 United States Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has told lawmakers in New York that she is "open to being Obama's vice presidential candidate".
You might be tempted to have a go at your first online purchase. This may be because you have friends and relatives living abroad. Postage costs a lot and so it makes sense to purchase a gift from a shop close to its final destination.
When 29-year-old Vancouver resident Bouabal Bounthavorn answered the door at the Hotel Riu, a five-star hotel in Cabo San Lucas, he tussled with a lone gunman, who then fired three shots into his head ...
The last remaining members of the Russian doomsday group True Russian Orthodox Church emerged from a cave outside Penza Friday, after enduring the toxic stench of rotting corpses from two deceased members of their group
A 39-year-old Austrian man walked into a police station today covered in blood and confessed to the extremely brutal axe murders of his wife, their 7-year-old daughter, his parents and his father-in-law.
The crisis of skyrocketing food prices is affecting all economic groups in every corner of the world. Every day, it seems, high-priced food sends another country lurching through some crisis: demonstrations, riots, rumors of hoarding, falling governments, even deaths.
SMS is a commonly used acronym for Short Message Service, also know as text messaging. With the evolution of mobile services, cell phones are increasinly being used for data transmission, including short text messages.
Pope Benedict XVI began his visit to the United States on Tuesday. In an unprecedented gesture, he was greeted by President George W. Bush, Laura Bush and their daughter, Jenna upon his arrival at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.
Voters went to the polls and to caucuses in 24 states Tuesday, providing both Democratic presidential candidates, New York Senator Hillary Clinton and Illinois Senator Barack Obama, with significant wins.
Today I nearly fell off my chair after visiting the federal Conservative website and reading a press release issued this week. The funniest part of the whole site (funny in a rather sad way) has to be the verbal diarrhea they espouse on regular basis.
A military tribunal at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp is hearing arguments today over the legality of trying Canadian Omar Khadr for alleged war crimes, given his status as a minor at the time of the incident.
Google has said on its blog that it finds Microsofts attempt to buy Yahoo "troubling," and that Google believes "this is about more than simply a financial transaction, one company taking over another."
Australia will press on with plans to withdraw its troops from Iraq in June this year, although promises were made by the nation's foreign minister that relations with the United States will not be affected by the move.
Astronomers say that in approximately 20 to 40 million years, a giant cloud of hydrogen gas known as Smith's Cloud, will slam into the Milky Way galaxy, giving way for the formation of countless stars ..