After months of fighting between revolutionary forces and pro-Gadhafi forces, deposed Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi has been killed. Libyans cheered the fate of ousted dictator Moammar Gadhafi into the early hours of Friday after his death in what Libya's transitional prime minister described as a crossfire that followed his arrest by revolutionary forces, CNN's Anderson Cooper reports.
Steve Jobs, the visionary in the black turtleneck who co-founded Apple in a Silicon Valley garage, built it into the world's leading tech company and led a mobile-computing revolution with wildly popular devices such as the iPhone, died Wednesday. He was 56.
The hard-driving executive pioneered the concept of the personal computer and of navigating them by clicking onscreen images with a mouse. In more recent years, he introduced the iPod portable music player, the iPhone and the iPad tablet -- all of which changed how we consume content in the digital age.
For nearly three weeks, protesters calling themselves the "Occupy Wall Street" movement have demonstrated against what they say is corporate greed in America. Born on the streets of New York, growing protests aimed at the heart of capitalism have sparked hope among liberals that they're witnessing the birth of a movement to counter the conservative Tea Party.
The pieces are all there: ordinary citizens banding together for a cause; signs and protests announcing their grievances. Could the nation be witnessing the creation of a new political uprising?
Torrential rain across South Korea caused flash floods and landslides that killed at least 49 people, including 16 in Seoul after a record downpour in the capital.
A mudslide struck a residential area in the city’s south today, killing 16 people. Another landslide hit at a resort village near Chuncheon, about 75 kilometers (50 miles) east of the capital, killing 13 people, and three died in Gwangju, Gyeonggi province.