Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians rallied in the center of Kiev on Sunday in the biggest protest since 2004's pro-democracy Orange Revolution. (Dec. 8)
Sunday was a day of prayers and celebration for recently deceased South African President Nelson Mandela. From, Qunu, the town where Mandela grew up, to countries largest cities, he was remembered for his contributions. (Dec. 8)
Britain's Prince Charles and Princess Diana announce they are separating; The Charge of the Light Brigade - is published in Britain; Solidarity union leader Lech Walesa is elected president in Poland; Actor Kirk Douglas is born. (Dec. 9)
Michigan State defeated Ohio State 34-24 on Saturday to win the Big Ten Championship in Indianapolis.
Hundreds of thousands of Ohioans made newly eligible for Medicaid through the health care reform law can begin signing up for coverage on Monday. But the question remains whether enough Ohio doctors will open their doors to throngs of previously uninsured patients expected to flood the tax-funded health insurance program ...
In the year since 26 young children, teachers and school personnel were gunned down at Sandy Hook Elementary School, school districts across the country installed more locks and surveillance cameras, hired armed security guards and provided teachers with firearm or emergency training or access to weapons. But critics question the ...
Big Ten Championship gallery pre-game
Here's the latest news for Saturday, December 7th: U.S. detainee in North Korea returns home; Obama touts nuclear deal with Iran; Icy conditions spreading from Texas to East Coast; South Africa continues to mourn Nelson Mandela.
U.S. veteran Merrill Newman, 85, was tired but all smiles as he arrived at the San Francisco airport after being detained for several weeks in North Korea. (Dec. 7)
The mood was both somber and celebratory in South Africa as people gathered to honor Nelson Mandela's life and legacy in the Soweto township where he lived as a young lawyer, and outside his home in Johannesburg. (Dec. 7)