Spacewalking Astronauts Have Problems With Suits

After high carbon-dioxide readings, spacewalks completed successfully without incident.

Plane Malfunction Could Have Caused Air France Crash

France's transportation minister said Friday that French forces have found no signs of the Airbus A330 airplane that vanished over the Atlantic and urged "extreme prudence" about suspected debris taken from the ocean.

Landslide in Chinese Mining Region Buries 59

State media say an estimated 59 people have been buried by a landslide in an iron mining region of southwestern China.

Homicide Bombing at Pakistan Mosque Kills 30

A homicide bomber killed 30 people attending Friday prayers at a mosque, the latest violence to rock Pakistan's northwest just as the army says it is beating back the Taliban in the Swat Valley.

Obama to Visit Labor Camp

President meets with German chancellor before visit to concentration camp to urge end to Holocaust denial

Forensic Scientist Says Carradine Death May Be Linked to Aut

Speculation continues to swirl around the death of actor David Carradine

Report: U.S. to Go for Own Sanctions on N. Korea

The United States has told South Korea it will impose its own financial sanctions on the North apart from punishments that the U.N. has been mulling for Pyongyang's latest nuclear test, a news report said Friday.

Al Gore May Go to N. Korea to Free American Reporters

Former Vice President Al Gore may be sent to North Korea to negotiate the release of two American journalists on trial, the AFP reported.