A truck packed with illegal immigrants from Afghanistan and Myanmar overturned in western Turkey on Sunday, killing 18 people and injuring 23, authorities said.
Mortgage finance company Fannie Mae said it is forgiving the mortgage debt of a 90-year-old woman who shot herself in the chest as sheriff’s deputies attempted to evict her.
Three skydivers make the first parachute jump over the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest.
Pages from the diary of the Israeli astronaut killed in the Columbia space shuttle disaster go on show in Jerusalem.
A new poll suggests Barack Obama has a seven-point lead over John McCain in Ohio.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Sunday rejected any suggestion that U.S. efforts to build closer ties to this former Soviet republic are meant to undermine Russian influence in Central Asia.
The fight over control of Wachovia intensified Saturday, as a judge temporarily agreed to block the sale of the bank by Wells Fargo, Citigroup announced in a news release.
It’s starting to feel like Tina Fey is running for vice president.