George Bush's socks fetch $535 at a charity auction.
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Legalizing pot in Uruguay, revoking gay rights in India, and holding back aid to Syrian rebels — we track some of the day's best international stories on The Foreign Bureau, WSJ's global news update. (Photo: AP)
Flights of EC 135 helicopters - the same model that crashed into a pub in Glasgow last month - were suspended briefly after a fault was found on an aircraft operated for North West Air Ambulance.
On what would have been her 8th birthday, a playground filled with her favorite colors, activities and artwork was dedicated in memory of Josephine Gay.
There was enough good news to go around on Thursday but it went un-noticed when you look at the final numbers on Wall Street. Stocks tumbled for a third straight day with blue chips down more than a hundred points for the second day in a row.
Chemical weapons were likely used in five out of the seven attacks investigated by UN experts in Syria, where a 2-1/2-year civil war has killed over 100,000 people, according to a UN report published on Thursday. "The United Nations Mission concludes that chemical weapons have been used in the ongoing ...
A bomb exploded near a vehicle carrying paramilitary officials in Karachi, killing at least one and injuring six others Thursday. The truck was carrying 10 paramilitary officials when a remote controlled bomb planted on a motorbike exploded. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. The attack took place in ...
Ramos hit the streets Wednesday to find out whether or not New Yorkers agree with Time magazine’s election for ‘Person of the Year’.