In this Jan. 13, 2012 file photo, Former Vice President Al Gore, Current TV chairman and co-founder, participates in the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, Calif. AP photo.
The Pan-Arab network seals a deal to take over Al Gore’s Current TV.
She’ll continue to be treated with blood thinners to dissolve a clot in a vein in her head.
The fiscal cliff deal only sets the stage for more combustible struggles in Washington.
The Dow roars up more than 300 points, despite the many unanswered questions left by the budget compromise.
Eric Schmidt will travel to North Korea, one of the last frontiers of cyberspace, on a private humanitarian mission.
Bowing to angry members of his own party, the House speaker agrees to schedule votes on roughly $60 billion in aid for superstorm victims.
Violence escalates as rebels push their fight closer to Assad’s stronghold in Damascus.
The death of a photographer taking pictures of Justin Bieber’s car brings the dangers of the industry into sharp focus.
The singer of “Tennessee Waltz,” the first pop-to-country crossover hit, was to be honored at the Grammys.
The AP’s Barry Wilner anoints Green Bay as his best bet this weekend as the playoffs begin.