All-American girl may win 'Arabs Got Talent'
Even though she didn’t understand the judge’s words when he asked her name, she did know the foreign words to the song she sang.American Jennifer Grout, 23, is wowing — and surprising — audiences in the Middle East on reality TV contest “Arabs Got Talent,” and she just may take home the title.
Mega Millions jackpot climbs to $344 million -- highest this year
The jackpot in the Mega Millions lottery will be $344 million for Tuesday’s drawing – the biggest this year -- after a two-week winless streak was extended Friday night.The 11 p.m. ET drawing could result in a near-record U.S. payout, after no one claimed the top prize of $297 million on Friday.
Heyday app is the anti-Facebook for the iPhone
These days, people can't eat a meal or pet a cat without sharing it on the Internet. But what if people want to relive their digital lives in private?That is where a new iOS app called Heyday comes in.
'Murky' drug trade: How did North Korea become a meth hub?
SEOUL, South Korea – Extradited from Thailand, the five suspects appeared before a New York court last month to face charges of a sensational plot: smuggling crystal meth from enemy number one, North Korea.The five suspects – from China, the U.K.
Pearl Harbor attack recalled 72 years after 'day of infamy'
Even 72 years after the attack on Pearl Harbor that pulled the United States into World War II, numerous states and organizations are commemorating the “day which will live in infamy.”More than 2,400 American troops died in the early hours of Dec.
US government considered Nelson Mandela a terrorist until 2008
From the White House to the halls of Congress, U.S. government officials have responded to the death of Nelson Mandela with a hail of testimonials to the late South African president’s leadership in the struggle for freedom and human rights.Until five years ago, however, the U.S.
Wind farms can kill eagles without penalty
Under pressure from the wind-power industry, the Obama administration said Friday it will allow companies to kill or injure eagles without the fear of prosecution for up to three decades.