Phil Spector, famed for his Wall of Sound recording technique, has been jailed for 19 years for the murder of an actress.
The American music
The US economy is still in a bad way, but it is improving; GDP shrank at an annual rate of 5.7 percent between January and March. The figures have
Palestinians have welcomed US efforts to bring forward the Middle East peace process but are demanding more. It follows talks between US president
President Barack Obama stepped up pressure on Israel to stop expanding settlements as he attempted to reassure visiting Palestinian President Mahmoud
The White House has toughened its tone against Israeli settlements on the eve of a meeting between Barack Obama and the Palestinian President Mahmoud
Although the United States has reaffirmed its committment to defend South Korea and Japan in the aftermath of the North’s missile tests, Hillary
General Motors is heading down the road to bankruptcy protection from its creditors.
That is because the struggling car maker’s bond holders have
The Supreme Court in California has backed a constitutional ban on gay marriage in the state, just a year after unexpectedly opening the door to
President Obama has made history in his choice for a new Supreme Court Justice. The President had been expected to nominate a liberal judge, probably
Just as President Obama was telling the American public not to be scared of terrorism, New Yorkers were learning about a foiled attack on their city
General Motors has moved a big step closer to the restructuring demanded by the White House in return for further bailout money.
GM has reached
President Obama has reiterated his intention to close the jail at Guantanamo Bay.
In a speech in Washington, he sought to reassure senators who
The Museum of Natural History in New York is showing off the 47 million year-old skeleton of a fosil creature that scientists have affectionately
American FBI agents have foiled a suspected terrorist plot in New York City, using a classic sting to arrest four men. The gang will appear in court
President Barack Obama will today try to revive his plan to close Guantanamo Bay. He will deliver a speech in Washington hoping to secure public
Four men have been arrested in New York City after undercover agents allegedly sold them fake explosives and a missile for terrorist attacks. They
Plans to shut Guantanamo Bay have been overwhelmingly rejected by the US Senate, a major political setback for President Barack Obama. The upper
Iran’s decision to test a missile which experts say could reach Israel and US bases in the Gulf has not prompted a major shift in White House policy
A small fossilised skeleton, making her public debut 47 million years after she died, may prove to be the missing link – the common ancestor of the
US President Barack Obama has announced tough measures aimed at making cars more fuel efficient.
It is part of a groundbreaking plan to cut
Palestinian negotiators have voiced disappointment after the first meeting between the US and Israeli leaders.
President Obama repeated his
The American and Israeli leaders have had their first chance to share, face-to-face, their visions for a peaceful Middle East. Barack Obama repeated
Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu meets President Barack Obama for talks today, intent on making Iran the number one issue.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has arrived in Washington amid hopes he may be ready to endorse a peace process leading to an independent
America’s struggling car giants General Motors and Chrysler are taking drastic action to avoid collapse. The pair have announced that more than 2,300