The French president reportedly told associates last month, "If we lose the triple-A, I'm dead." Well, France lost the triple-A bond rating, and Sarkozy is scrambling.
The would-be reformer who headed the UN's nuclear monitoring program says the military junta in Egypt is running the country just like in the bad old days.
Passengers of the Costa Concordia describe harrowing scenes as they tried to escape the cruise ship, which slammed an unseen obstacle just off the island of Giglio on Friday night, killing at least six people.
SNL imagines Rick Santorum scavenging for food on a bare-bones death march of a Republican primary campaign. And then there is the acting of Mr. Charles Barkley.
The new leader of North Korea celebrates a birthday by reviewing troops and riding a horse.
The remains found at a royal estate belonged to 17-year-old girl reported missing in August.
The Beyoncé/Jay-Z baby has arrived. Rejoice.
A news agency within the country says it has a new, bomb-proof location from which to improve nuclear fuel.
The Middle Eastern nation has designs on bridging East-West gaps in business, and, with the World Cup, in sports. But permissive Western attitudes toward liquor won't fly with locals.
The horror flick did even better than estimated, and out-performed all others in the domestic box office on Friday.
The former Vice President comes out against the Stop Online Piracy Act.
An American Navy destroyed helped rescue Iranian fishermen who had been captured by pirates off Somalia. It was either a humanitarian gesture or a PR stunt, depending which Iranian official was speaking.
The titular spirit of the comedian's book disappears from the title of the spin-off sitcom, and the explanations seem forced.
The former Prime Minister will return from overseas despite charges he helped assassinate Benazir Bhutto, and amid escalating tensions between government and military leaders.
A former high-ranking insider is the latest to criticize the Church of Scientology's fundraising practices and treatment of its members.
A New Hampshire voter asks Romney if the solution for middle class woes might be sacrifice from Romney and his fellow 1-percenters.
A fitting Santa Claus for 2011, year of occupations and public shows of force, sanctioned and otherwise.
President Ali Abdullah Saleh is planning to seek medical treatment in the U.S. after ceding power to a new unity government, a spokesman says.
Jonathan Ames threw an impromptu wake for "Bored to Death" after his show was canceled. And that is why Jonathan Ames had to pay a $1,600 bar tab at the Brooklyn Inn.
The new Nike Air Jordan is a revival of a previously popular model. It is causing shoppers around the country to lose their minds.