HONG KONG (AP) — From India to Indonesia, the currencies and stock markets of emerging economies have been roiled by speculation about when the U.S. Federal Reserve will start scaling back monetary stimulus that has kept interest rates
DALLAS (AP) — A Texas megachurch linked to at least 21 cases of measles has been trying to contain the outbreak by hosting vaccination clinics, officials said.
The outbreak started when a person who contracted measles overseas visited
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that a large-scale chemical weapons attack occurred in Syria. There are still many questions about chemical weapons, some of which can be answered easily and some of
GENEVA (AP) — Responding to Syria’s deepening crisis, the U.N.’s health agency rushed out new guidelines Tuesday for treating victims of chemical weapons attacks.
The World Health Organization, which has three staff members in the U.N.’s chemical inspection
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Des Moines police chief wants to make sure any vehicle chases undertaken by her officers are worth the… More »
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Millions of dollars spent broadcasting ads. Alarming fliers and phone calls targeting homes. Politicians barnstorming from one press conference to the next.
By most measures, Missouri appears in the midst of another high-stakes
MIAMI (AP) — The family of a 12-year-old southwest Florida boy who was infected by a rare and deadly brain eating amoeba says his organs are being donated.
In a Facebook posting late Monday, the family announced that
HONG KONG (AP) — Chinese authorities are investigating three more top officials at the country’s biggest oil company, state-owned CNPC.
China National Petroleum Corp.’s listed subsidiary, PetroChina, said Tuesday that two vice-presidents and its chief geologist are being
CAIRO (AP) — A fugitive leader of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood is denying media allegations that his group is waging a “terror” campaign.
Mohammed el-Beltagy’s videotaped speech was aired by Al-Jazeera early Tuesday. He says the accusations are “lies”
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s parliament has approved fast tracking debate on a bill that seeks to sue the U.S. for its involvement in the 1953 coup that overthrew the country’s democratically elected prime minister.
Lawmakers will begin