HAVANA - Fidel Castro says an agreement forged at the U.N.
COPENHAGEN - Large pieces of a climate deal fell into place Thursday with new offers from the U.S.
WASHINGTON - Republican lawmakers are telling President Barack Obama that he needs Congress to deliver on any commitments he makes to reduce global warming gases.
COPENHAGEN - The United States and China took steps Thursday toward a broad agreement that could be sealed by President Barack Obama and Premier Wen Jiabao when they arrive at the flagging U.N.
COPENHAGEN - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton sought to put new life into flagging U.N.
- Aid group: Rains fail again across East Africa
- US, 5 others pledge $3.5B to protect rainforests
- Key issues at Copenhagen climate talks
- Climate talks deadlocked as clashes erupt outside
- Danish police tear gas climate protesters
- Climate conference president Hedegaard resigns
- Climate talks deadlocked, 100 protesters arrested
- Protesters try to disrupt UN climate talks
- Outcome unclear as leaders arrive at climate talks
- Clinton to attend climate change talks in Denmark
- US-China showdown looms over climate talks
- Schwarzenegger says go carefully on climate change
- UN chief: Time to stop climate finger-pointing
- China accuses developed countries on climate
- Gore: Polar ice may vanish in 5-7 years
- Schwarzenegger says states key to climate fight
- Developing countries block UN climate talks
- Raul Castro: Copenhagen a failure before it starts
- Explaining basics of the Copenhagen climate summit
- 200 detained in crackdown on climate protest
- Ministers meet for informal climate talks
- Denmark: nearly 1,000 climate protesters released
- 968 detained at climate rally urging bold pact
- 600 detained at climate rally urging bold pact
- Tens of thousands march for Denmark climate pact
- Hundreds detained at mass climate rally
- Scientists: Climate talks aim too low for target
- Vitriol shows in climate scientist e-mails
- Rich nations slam climate draft, thousands protest
- Climate talks to go closed doors, or over dinner
- Rich nations criticize climate draft
- Climate talks advance in Copenhagen amid protests
- First new EU summit shows old indecision
- UN talks: Rich nations must make big emission cuts
- New climate draft has gaping holes at UN talks