02/27/2013 1:28amA lawyer for Dominique Strauss-Kahn is claiming victory after a judge ruled that a publisher must add an insert to a book about the former International Monetary Fund chief's sexual relationship with the author.
02/27/2013 3:34amFor Zaida Saleh, like for many observant Muslim women, manicures have long posed a religious problem.
02/27/2013 6:32amRussian President Vladimir Putin told the country's top brass on Wednesday to drastically upgrade the armed forces in the next few years as part of response to attempts by the United States and NATO to "tip the strategic balance" in the world.
02/27/2013 7:22amA new database launched Wednesday lets Britons uncover uncomfortable information _ whether their ancestors owned slaves.
02/27/2013 8:52amThe German opposition leader's comment that "two clowns" won Italy's election has led the Italian president to cancel a meeting with him.
02/27/2013 9:59amThe former mayor of Greece's second-largest city and two former top municipal officials were sentenced to life in prison Wednesday, after a court convicted them of embezzling more than (EURO)17 million ($22 million) in city funds.
02/27/2013 10:07amKosovo has urged the United States to support its position as it engages in talks with Serbia about how much control Serbs living in Kosovo's north should have over their affairs.
02/27/2013 10:37amAn Iranian opposition group urged the U.N. refugee agency Wednesday to provide better protection for its members in Iraq following a mortar attack on their camp near Baghdad airport in which seven people were killed.
02/27/2013 11:34amA Belgian utility says an unexploded World War I shell was found on the grounds of a nuclear power plant but was safely removed by military experts.
02/27/2013 11:39amSecretary of State John Kerry is charming his way through the capitals of western Europe with his knowledge of local languages, delighting audiences by speaking German and French to his hosts.
02/27/2013 1:31pmVeteran British explorer Ranulph Fiennes was being evacuated from Antarctica on Wednesday, days after he reluctantly pulled out of a polar expedition team because of severe frostbite.
02/27/2013 3:54pmOpposites and contradictions fuel contemporary fashion, as seen in the second day of Paris ready-to-wear shows.
02/27/2013 6:32pmAn Algerian man wanted by American authorities over the abortive "Jihad Jane" plot to assassinate a Swedish artist was arrested while leaving an Irish courthouse Wednesday and could face U.S. extradition demands within hours.
02/27/2013 11:15pmOn Monday, April 4, 2005, a priest walked up to the Renaissance palazzo housing the Vatican's doctrine department and asked the doorman to call the official in charge: It was the first day of business after Pope John Paul II had died, and the cleric wanted to get back to work.
The station representative who can assist a person with disabilities with issues related to the content of the public files is Mike Dowdle, available during regular office hours at firstname.lastname@example.org and (801) 575-5555.
© 2013 ksl.com | KSL Broadcasting Salt Lake City UT | Site hosted & managed by Deseret Digital Media - a Deseret Media Company v19