2012 YEAR IN REVIEW

The standout news & pop obsessions gleaned from your search habits

Related Search Results

Loading...
  • New Zealand dollar sinks after central bank sells

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — The New Zealand dollar sank Monday after the central bank disclosed it conducted its biggest sell-off of the currency in seven years to lower an exchange rate that is squeezing exporters.

  • Judge recommends six officers be fired from New York jail for beating
    Judge recommends six officers be fired from New York jail for beating

    A New York judge is recommending six correction officers at the city's largest jail be fired for the hog-tying and brutal beating of an inmate who was handcuffed in a segregated mental health unit, according to a ruling released on Monday. Robert Hinton was seriously hurt in the April 3, 2012, incident at the Rikers Island jail complex, where he suffered facial injuries and a back fracture, according to the ruling by Administrative Law Judge Tynia Richard. Hinton was resisting being transferred to a new cell when he was beaten, the ruling said. ...

  • 10 things Starbucks won't tell you
    10 things Starbucks won't tell you

    Starbucks has changed the way you drink coffee—even if you don’t drink Starbucks coffee.

  • Hong Kong protesters stockpile supplies, prepare for long haul

    By Donny Kwok and Yimou Lee HONG KONG (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters extended a blockade of Hong Kong streets on Tuesday, stockpiling supplies and erecting makeshift barricades ahead of what some fear may be a push by police to clear the roads before Chinese National Day. Riot police shot pepper spray and tear gas at protesters at the weekend but withdrew on Monday to ease tension as the ranks of demonstrators swelled. Protesters spent the night sleeping or holding vigil unharassed on normally busy roads in the global financial hub. ...

  • U.S. may keep secret prisoners in custody after Afghan war exit
    U.S. may keep secret prisoners in custody after Afghan war exit

    By Jessica Donati KABUL (Reuters) - The fate of a group of prisoners held in near-total secrecy by U.S. forces at a prison in Afghanistan is hanging in limbo, the facility's commander said, as Washington gropes for options after its legal right to hold them there expires in December. The inmates - all foreign nationals captured on battlefields around the world - could be transferred to the U.S. court system or, as a last resort, to the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba, Brigadier General Patrick J. Reinert told Reuters. ...

  • US-led strikes hit jihadists closing on key Syria border town
    US-led strikes hit jihadists closing on key Syria border town

    Mursitpinar (Turkey) (AFP) - US-led strikes hit Islamic State group fighters closing on a key town on Syria's border with Turkey overnight as Ankara prepared Tuesday to request parliamentary authorisation to join the coalition.

  • Ebola screening for ships' crews in West Africa's biggest port
    Ebola screening for ships' crews in West Africa's biggest port

    Lagos (AFP) - Sand is unloaded from the vast hold of the Pintail cargo ship into waiting trucks at the port of Apapa in Nigeria's financial capital, Lagos.

  • 'Modern Family' editor live-tweets drunken passenger's in-flight meltdown
    'Modern Family' editor live-tweets drunken passenger's in-flight meltdown

    Ryan Case, the Emmy-winning editor and occasional director of ABC's "Modern Family," took to Twitter on Sunday to hilariously document the drunken passenger in front of her on a flight.

Loading...

Follow Yahoo! News