LA pushes to get repaid for $3M Jackson memorial
Report: LA spent $3.2 million on Jackson memorial
Trial delayed for former nurse charged in killings
Canada Supreme Court hears media appeal
OTTAWA — News blackouts unjustifiably prevented the public from learning why charges were dropped or suspended for some terror suspects, media lawyers told Canada’s Supreme Court on Monday.
Envoy says US to attend war crimes court meeting
13 bullet-riddled bodies found west of Baghdad
Saudi cleric accuses Iran of ties to Yemeni rebels
Food summit turns down UN funding appeal
ROME — Pope Benedict XVI decried the steadily worsening tragedy of world hunger on Monday after a global summit rebuffed a U.N. call to commit billions of dollars a year for a new strategy to help poor countries feed themselves.
New Greenpeace chief has fought apartheid, poverty
Jellyfish swarm northward in warming world
Jackpot: Lawyers earn fees from law they wrote
Mass. immigrant tuition bill to get new push
Berlusconi’s trial resumes in Italy
MILAN — The trial of Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi on a tax fraud charge reopened Monday after a year, but was immediately adjourned until January to allow the premier to attend.
Summit urged to set climate accord deadline
Afghan gov’t announces anti-corruption squad
Bombing at police station in Pakistan kills 4
AIDS patients to president: Send more money south
UN summit approves new approach to hunger fight
Apology for kids shipped from Britain to colonies
Czech, US officials discuss missile defense
Ex-Air Force nurse on trial for killing 3 patients