Space Shuttle Endeavour Blasts Off After Month of Delays

Space shuttle Endeavour and seven astronauts are on their way to the international space station after more than a month's delay.

Palestinian President Shuts Al-Jazeera After Arafat Slur

The Arabic news channel Al-Jazeera was forced today to suspend its operations in the West Bank, one day after a guest on the station accused the Palestinian President of playing a role in Yassir Arafat’s death.

Stanford Victims to be Heard

HOUSTON (AP) - Individuals who believe they are victims of an alleged $7 billion fraud that prosecutors say was perpetrated by Texas financier R.

Unemployment Rate

WARREN, Mich. (AP) - As the unemployment rate continues to rise, President Barack Obama traveled to Michigan to propose a $12 billion program to invest in the nation's two-year colleges.

Twitter Hacked, Confidential Files Made Public

For the third time this year, the San Francisco-based company was the victim of a security breach stemming from a simple end-run around its defenses

Kodak to Pay $21.4M to Settle Race Discrimination Suit

Eastman Kodak Co. has agreed to pay $21.4 million to settle legal action brought by black workers who claim the photography products maker paid and promoted them less than their white co-workers.

Obama: 'Buck Up' Congress

President pressures Congress to pass $1 trillion-plus health care overhaul before August recess | COVERAGE

Missing Wall Street Broker Charged With Fraud Caught

Federal authorities say they have captured a former Wall Street broker who became a fugitive after being charged in a securities fraud case.