Italy's prime minister vowed Sunday that his country will continue supporting Afghanistan even after combat troops pull out.
Egypt's Coptic Christians picked a new leader Sunday, a process that involved a blindfolded boy choosing one of three names in a crystal chalice.
China's status a business superpower is transferring to the sporting world -- and its golfing ambitions took another step towards the big leagues on Sunday.
At least 10 people drowned in the Mediterranean when a ship sank between Libya and the Italian island of Lampedusa Sunday, according to Italy's official news agency.
A group of African painted dogs killed a boy who fell into their exhibit today at the Pittsburgh Zoo.
Tens of thousands of New Yorkers left without heat after Superstorm Sandy hit may need to leave their homes as temperatures plummet, but it's not clear where they'll go.
Dumpster-lined streets and sidewalks strewn with destroyed art hint at the damage Hurricane Sandy wreaked on New York's most important art district last week; but as electricity slowly returns and flood waters recede, the impact of the "super storm" is still uncertain in New York's downtown Chelsea neighborhood. "Chelsea is the center of America for contemporary art," Zach Feuer, owner of Zach Feuer gallery, told CNN. "This is a big cultural loss."
The celebratory champagne should be well-chilled by now. After years of manufacturing delays and cost overruns, the state-of-the-art Boeing 787 Dreamliner makes its North American debut Sunday morning, toting more than 200 eager United Airlines passengers from Houston to Chicago.
Ever have the feeling you're being lied to by the news media, the authorities, the corporate world? That somebody -- or something -- is out to get you? You're not alone. Welcome to 21st-century America.
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are barnstorming through the battlegrounds Sunday and Monday as they make their closing arguments in a race that two national polls released Sunday show to be tied.
"Hey, Pennsylvania, you going to help us win this election?" That question from Republican running mate Paul Ryan on Saturday was met with very loud applause from the crowd at a rally he headlined at the airport in the Keystone State's capital.
A number of crucial Florida counties extended early voting on Sunday due to heavy turnout in the presidential battleground.