Team Designs the 'Google Car'

Talk about a search engine

Al Gore: Climate-Change Fight Like Battle Against Nazis

The former vice president said the world lacked the political will to act and invoked the spirit of Winston Churchill by encouraging leaders to unite their nations to fight climate change.

Mobs Wielding Meat Cleavers Beat People in Chinese Streets

Chinese state media say that the government in the restive western region of Xinjiang has declared a curfew following the violence of recent days that has killed at least 156 people and paralyzed the main city of Urumqi.

Teacher Apologizes for Mock Wedding to Student

A fourth-grade teacher in Falmouth, Maine, has apologized for playing the groom in a mock wedding to a student.

Britain Unveils Memorial 4 Years After Transit Bombs

British officials unveiled a memorial of 52 steel pillars in a London park Tuesday — one for each victim of the July 7, 2005, attacks on the city's transit system.

U.N. Head: World Faces Era of Crisis 'Like No Other'

The United Nations is struggling to keep its peacekeeping missions staffed and supplied as the world endures an unprecedented combination of crises.

Hospital Tech Accused of Exposing 6,000 to Hepatitis

A Denver hospital said Monday it has asked every patient who had surgery there over a six-month period to come in for a blood test amid allegations that a former technician exposed up to 6,000 people to hepatitis C as she fed her painkiller addiction

'The Bachelorette' Recap: Jillian Does the Right Thing

With the end of the season looming, 'Bachelorette' Jillian finally send the right man packing

Slain Soldier's Aunt Decries Nonstop Jackson Coverage

The aunt of a U.S. soldier killed in Afghanistan on the same day Jackson died said the soldier’s death has gone virtually unnoticed while the King of Pop gets memorial shrines across the country.