Labour 'repositioning' on Europe :: Labour's support for a cut in the European Union budget shows the party is "repositioning" itself over Europe, former foreign secretary David Miliband says
FTC staff recommends Google be sued over patents - source :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/yuSzL_U1nMU/google-ftc-patent-idINDEE8A00ES20121101
NYC time-lapse shows storm hit :: An incredible time-lapse video shows Hurricane Sandy slamming into Manhattan, and the second the lights go out.
How supermodel scandalized a nation :: Fifty years after the first "Fashions on the Field," we remember the supermodel who stopped a nation, trackside at the Melbourne Cup.
Angola's 'Ghost city,' built by China :: Chinese companies have built cities out of the bush in Angola, but they have few residents. CNN's David McKenzie reports.
Worries over basic bank accounts :: A watchdog has claimed that "dark clouds" are gathering for the future of simple bank accounts designed for vulnerable and low-income customers.
Guatemala rights leader 'shot at' :: A Guatemalan indigenous activist who has been critical of the government says he was shot at after receiving threatening telephone calls.
No escape from history in Moscow :: The brothers taken from my flat in Moscow and shot
Photos: Saudi truck fireball :: Fuel tanker explosion kills 22 in Saudi Arabia
Will 'Star Wars' fans lose out? :: "Star Wars" fans have suggested new movie titles -- "Star Wars episode VII: Attack of the Mouse" -- and last minute Halloween costumes -- Jedi Mouseketeer for him and Disney Princess Leia for her -- since learning of the Walt Disney Co.'s $4 billion acquisition of Lucasfilm on Tuesday.
Why the highest jump almost didn't happen :: Why the space dive almost didn't happen
First prince of Sealand and other sad losses :: The Prince of Sealand and other losses
Alistair Cooke: Eyewitness in the civil rights era :: How Alistair Cooke watched social change sweep across US
Women, cities give Obama poll lead :: Five days before the presidential election, polls in some crucial battleground states suggest two things: The race is close, and President Barack Obama appears to have a very slight "inside the sampling error" edge over Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
Poll: Most expect Obama win :: Why wait until Election Day?
Greek journalist cleared over 'rich list' :: A Greek investigative journalist was acquitted of criminal charges Thursday after he published the names of about 2,000 Greeks with Swiss bank accounts, a move that embarrassed the country's political and business elite.
Obama poll lead :: Five days before the presidential election, polls in some crucial battleground states suggest two things: The race is close, and President Barack Obama appears to have a very slight "inside the sampling error" edge over Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
Sharp admits 'doubt' over survival :: Sharp has admitted there is "material doubt" about its ability to stay in business as it warned of a second year of record losses, deepening the gloom surrounding Japan's once dominant consumer electronics industry.
CIA officials in Libya made key decisions during Benghazi attacks :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/FTG2BKvckqQ/us-usa-libya-cia-idUSBRE8A102T20121102
Babysitter explains why she killed kids :: A Chicago-area woman has been charged with killing her 5-year-old son and a 7-year-old girl as she babysat them, allegedly stabbing each dozens of times in a bedroom this week as they pleaded for their lives, authorities say.
Syrian amputee's dangerous trek :: Tears well in Omar's eyes as he describes carrying his 11-year-old brother to safety after a rocket strike.
Connecting past, present elections :: CNN's Richard Quest talks to voters at a Civil War re-enactment in Iowa about the upcoming election.
Why are we still embarrassed about using condoms? :: Why are we still embarrassed about using condoms?
A Christie, Obama 'bromance'? :: Ana Navarro & Richard Socarides on the relationship between NJ Gov. Christie and President Obama in Sandy's aftermath.
U.S. Coast Guard suspends search for captain of replica HMS Bounty :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/5K6k8gnrIA8/us-storm-sandy-bounty-idUSBRE8A105D20121102
Navajo code talker from WWII dies :: George Smith, one of the Navajo code talkers who helped the U.S. military outfox the Japanese during World War II by sending messages in their obscure language, has died, the president of the Navajo Nation said.
Week in China: Three Gorges Dam :: Triumph and human cost of Three Gorges Dam
US rivals tussle over 'change' :: Five days from the US election, President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney are fighting to claim the mantle of change.
VIDEO: Access all arias: Royal Opera House :: A behind the scenes look at the Royal Opera House
Meet computers replacing people :: Researchers at the recent Big Science Summit examined how computerized systems are taking on more human characteristics, and how that changes our relationships with them.