AP Interview: Central African leader hails French military operation in his troubled country
Boehner: Some Republicans 'aren't as sensitive' as they should be in facing female candidates
Report: NSA tracks nearly 5 billion cellphone locations overseas daily, Americans included
The government's monthly report on employment can cause big swings in financial markets
After strong run of US data, investors alert to possibility of December stimulus cut by Fed
UN authorizes military action by African and French troops in Central African Republic
Report: Swedish spy agency key NSA supplier of intelligence on Russia
Obama declares income inequality a 'defining challenge of our time'
A former Navy subcontractor who was a middleman in a kickback scheme that cost the U.S. Navy $18 million has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Prosecutors send 2 icons of Egypt's 2011 revolution to trial for allegedly attacking policemen
New Zealand's plans for faster Internet service hits snag as contractor faces financial woes
Accused killer of British serviceman says victim was 'the soldier that was spotted first'
Thai king urges stability, but no other guidance for ending nation's political violence
Official: Algerian forces kill senior al-Qaida leader, 4 others in desert air strike
US jobless claims tumble 23,000 to 298,000, sign that companies are laying off fewer workers
Central bank for euro currency union keeps rates on hold despite weak recovery
Sevilla President Jose Maria del Nido sentenced to 7 years in prison for corruption
US states with the biggest changes in unemployment claims at a glance