Vegetarians are generally less likely to develop cancer but this does not apply to all forms of the disease, a study concludes.
The home retailer, a haven for nonessential merchandise, has seen steady improvement. Are Americans opening their wallets?
The UN General Assembly backs a resolution calling for the reinstatement of Honduras’ ousted leader Manuel Zelaya.
HOUSTON (Reuters) – A federal judge on Tuesday ordered Texas financier Allen Stanford, accused of a $7 billion fraud, held without bail until trial.
MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) – Democrat Al Franken, a satirist turned politician, was declared the winner of a Senate seat in Minnesota on Tuesday, clearing the way for President Barack Obama’s party to secure a critical 60-seat majority in the Senate.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – California prepared on Tuesday to resort to issuing IOUs as the giant but cash-strapped U.S. state struggled to approve a new budget in time for the new fiscal year that begins on Wednesday.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Hours after U.S. troops handed over control of Iraq’s cities to its domestic security forces, a car bomb in the northern city of Kirkuk killed at least 32 people and wounded more than 100 on Tuesday, police said.
BOSTON (Reuters) – Cisco Systems Inc is considering offering Web-based alternatives to Microsoft Corp’s popular Office software as the networking giant expands on the Internet.