Rock star Tina Turner gives her first concert in Belgium of her new world tour at the Antwerp Sportpaleis Friday evening, April 28, 1990. (AP Photo)
U.S. rock star Tina Turner poses during rehearsal, January 14, 1988 with Brazilian "Samba School" dancer in Rio de Janeiro. Some 500 Brazilian dancers will be on stage during Turner's upcoming show in the Maracana soccer stadium, the world's largest. (AP Photo/Dave Hogan)
Actress and comedian Lucille Ball, center, with her husband Desi Arnaz behind her, and actors Dick Powell, partially obscured by serviceman at far left, and Joan Blondell, are serenaded by Mexican servicemen at Ensenada, Mexico, March 24, 1942. (AP Photo)
BOGOTA — In a private, low-key ceremony, the U.S. ambassador and
three Colombian ministers signed a pact Friday giving American
personnel expanded access to military bases in this drug-producing
country, a deal that Venezuela's Hugo Chavez has called a threat to
the region's security.
ISLAMABAD — Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton faced
sharp rebukes from Pakistani audiences Friday, including one woman
who accused the U.S. of conducting "executions without trial" in
aerial drone strikes. Verbally slapping back, Clinton questioned
Pakistan's commitment to fighting t…
MOGADISHU, Somalia — A British woman who is being held by Somali
pirates with her husband after their yacht was hijacked said in a
phone call broadcast Friday that the couple were "bearing up," and
she described her captors as "very hospitable."
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Ousted President Manuel Zelaya said
Friday that a U.S.-brokered pact will restore him to power in about
a week, ending Honduras' isolation four months after soldiers flew
the leftist leader into exile in his pajamas.
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Seven years ago, a little-known group
called Jundallah emerged in Iran with claims to fight for the
rights of minority Sunnis in the unruly tribal areas near the
border with Pakistan.
DEAR ABBY: My daughter insists that she's a "multitasker" — too
busy to telephone or text except when she's driving. It scares me
to be in the passenger seat while she's talking on the phone or
picking up toys the baby has dropped from his car seat.
WASHINGTON — Hours after a personal encounter with the grim cost
of war, President Obama said Thursday the sight of 18 flag-covered
cases holding the remains of Americans killed this week in
Afghanistan can't help but influence his thinking about sending
more troops overseas.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — The Nicaraguan government accused the
United States of applying an "interventionist and destabilizing
policy" Thursday after the U.S. ambassador criticized a ruling
allowing leftist President Daniel Ortega to seek re-election.
JOHANNESBURG — An outraged U.N. torture investigator said
Thursday he believes Zimbabwe's president may be the reason he was
blocked from the country, a move that could further isolate the
VIENNA — Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad pledged Thursday
to work with the West to resolve a standoff over its nuclear
program even as his country reportedly balked at a U.S.-backed deal
to limit its uranium enrichment and curb its ability to make a