Tue, Sep 1 2015
DALLAS - Love Field airport in Dallas will install a brass plaque to mark the spot where Air Force One sat while Lyndon Johnson was sworn in on the plane as president after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, officials said on Tuesday.
BERLIN - If you could go back in time to change your city, what would you do? What kind of a place do you want to live in? Would you try to stop gentrification?
LOS ANGELES - McDonald's Corp's U.S. franchisees have voted to begin offering all-day breakfast on Oct. 6, a widely expected move that the company and investors hope will help reverse slumping sales and traffic at the world's biggest fast-food chain.
BUDAPEST - It was an unlikely end to a journey from Syria marked by death threats and constant fear - an ice cold beer in a first class train seat with a view of the German countryside.
HONG KONG - A rare peach bowl from China's last imperial dynasty and a two-centuries old portrait of an emperor's consort by Italian painter Giuseppe Castiglione could each fetch up to $7 million when they go under the hammer at Sotheby's autumn auction next month. | Video
VARADERO, Cuba - Cubans are flocking to the beach in record numbers before a possible end to the U.S. travel ban that would open the gates to American tourists and bump up prices.
Performers in Afghanistan’s Mobile Mini Circus for Children show off their juggling and acrobatic skills as they travel across the country entertaining children and adults. | Video
- A rare books specialist says papers recently found in a safe deposit box are not a third novel by Harper Lee but a close friend of the "To Kill a Mockingbird" author on Tuesday held out hope that another book still might surface.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A group of top girls' schools in Britain has launched a campaign to make sure important women in history, science and the arts are included in the curriculum to challenge a "default to men" attitude in schools.
A new four-wheel, all-terrain vehicle dubbed the spider car that can climb inclines and trawl through river beds will be going into production at the end of next month in France. | Video
Republican presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina is getting more than just an endorsement from the venture capitalist who helped fire her from the top job at technology behemoth Hewlett Packard.