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Aviation Week says the classified surveillance drone, which is meant to replace the Cold War-era SR-71 Blackbird, has begun test flights at Area 51.Add your comments
Clothes donated to charity in the U.S. often wind up for sale in African markets. Here's the story of one shirt that started out at a bat mitzvah in Michigan and wound up in a market in Nairobi.
When runners barrel into catchers, the impact can send one or both to the injured list. The MLB is contemplating whether to ban home plate collisions.
The decision by India's Supreme Court to restore a ban on homosexual acts has sparked outrage. But many officials are now working on steps to overturn the verdict.
Loretta Fuddy, best known for verifying the authenticity of Obama's birth certificate back in 2011, died in a plane crash off the island of Molokai.
Officials say it's difficult to account for shifts caused by factors related to the holidays and separate them from the economy's underlying strengths and weaknesses.
Thamsanqa Jantjie was widely criticized as a "fake" for his performance at Nelson Mandela's memorial service. He now says he was hearing voices and seeing hallucinations.
The judges said only lawmakers and not the courts could change a colonial-era law that bans homosexual acts and makes them punishable by up to a decade in prison.
South Africans are paying their respects at a hilltop amphitheater in Pretoria, the spot where Mandela was sworn in as the country's first black president.
Pope Francis has pulled the papacy "out of the palace and into the streets," Time says. The 2013 runner-up is NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
As a man stood next to President Obama and other world leaders Monday at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela he only pretended to do sign language, many in the deaf community say.
The family had gone to an abandoned mining town in northern Nevada to play in the snow and didn't return. They faced sub-zero temperatures.
France and some other European countries think Google is not doing enough to stop the unauthorized collection of personal data through its online outlets.
Cuban-American Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida called today's encounter a "propaganda coup" for Raul Castro, a man she calls a "ruthless dictator" and "tyrant."
The U.S. exports a billion pounds of used clothes every year. Much of that winds up in used clothing markets in sub-Saharan Africa.
Relatives of those killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School say they will light candles in memory of the victims. Extra police officers will be on duty on Saturday.