Gov't to introduce legislation by February against Palestinian group, supports Israel's right to 'its own security'.
Fault Lines examines how US 'stand your ground' laws have redefined self-defense and increased killings.
Five times traditional Thanksgiving foods, including turkey, potatoes and macaroni, made the Odd News headlines.
A.J. Dillon is among UPI senior sports writer Alex Butler's fantasy football running backs to avoid in lineups in Week 12.
Many in California's Congressional delegation have asked NASA and Administrator Bill Nelson to rethink the space agency's budget cuts that they believe will cost jobs and scientific advances in a letter released on Wedne
One of the only places that can claim to have hosted the first Thanksgiving, Popham Colony in Phippsburg, Maine, rejects the label of the controversial holiday.
Busy roads and crowded skies are as much a part of the holiday season as turkey and pumpkin pie.
Pakistan’s remote Kalash community says it fears for its future after an attack by Taliban militants.
Some Muslim women are being targeted by proponents of a controversial theory.
For years the "four families" ruled a town notorious for scam centres in Myanmar - their end was swift.
Cameron Ortis, 51, a former RCMP civilian member, is convicted of leaking secrets to organised crime figures.
South Korean military officials say the launch, directed at the East Sea, appears to be unsuccessful.
Residents, aid workers and observers fear ethnic strife among the various armed groups.
In a home in the West Bank, Ubai's family is praying that the Israel-Hamas truce brings him back to them.