Has North Korea finally reached its breaking point? After months of blistering war rhetoric, Pyongyang set terms for opening up a dialogue with the U.S. and South Korea Thursday, signaling the insular nation may understand its backed itself into a diplomatic corner with its incessant nuclear posturing.
The 911 tape in which a flustered Sharon Osbourne requested a fire truck rush to her house, has been released which could be a clue as to what pushed her to leave her husband Ozzy.
It's been nearly three weeks since Chinese researchers reportedly discovered a new strain of bird flu in humans. Scientists however still aren't sure how people are becoming infected with the disease, when most of the subjects had seemingly not had any recent contact with live fowl. Additionally, the bird flu virus supposedly can't be passed from person to person.
A new study suggests that a career characterized by fame may equal a shorter life.
The gift of giving has been jeopardized after a basket of poisoned sandwiches was sent to a German technology company.
Members of the New Zealand Parliament broke out into song after the country became the 13th in the world to legalize gay marriage.
With no answer in sight, researchers are desperate to help the increasing number of sickly sea lion pups.
The case against Poly Implant Prothese PIP founder and chief executive Claude Mas, 73, and four of his employees includes 5,000 civil plaintiffs and 300 lawyers. That includes 220 individual lawsuits filed by women from other countries.
Monday marked the 101st birthday of North Korea's Kim Il Sung, a national holiday of the highest order for North Koreans. That doesn't mean that leadership in Pyongyang would relax for long however, and on Tuesday they lobbed new threats to their to the south.
Discontent with its public image as a quaintly Spartan floating hotel of horrors, Carnival Cruise Lines will invest as much as $700 in improving its 101 ships to solve "reliability problems" that have plagued its vessels in recent years, the company announced Wednesday.
Seven people have been killed in violence during riots after the Venezuelan election over the weekend.
Army Specialist William Colton Millay might have pledged his allegiance to the United States, but that loyalty had a price tag, according to prosecutors. An Alaska military police officer, Spc. Millay was sentenced to 16 years in prison Monday after a military court found him guilty of selling national secrets to an undercover agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation who he believed was a Russian spy. Spc. Millay will be dishonorably discharged.
As hundreds of South Koreans gathered in Seoul to burn effigies of the North's leader Kim Jong Un, Pyongyang promised "powerful sledge-hammer blows" against the South for defiling its "supreme dignity," the nation said in a statement through the supreme command of the North Korean army.
There are some things even "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane can't stomach. After a clip of the TV show that used the Boston Marathon bombings as a punchline went viral Tuesday, MacFarlane condemned the footage as an "abhorrent" Internet hoax.
Boston Marathon bombing investigators on Wednesday entered the third day of their hunt with an emerging picture of the target: a suspect or suspects carrying heavy bags or backpacks made of dark nylon.