|North Korean Ebola policies hit tourism businesses
North Korea's quarantine of foreigners to prevent Ebola has not disrupted business with the nation's largest trading partner, Chinese businesspeople say, although a tourist ban has hurt travel agencies that run tours to the reclusive country.
|Gas almost under $3 nationwide: What to know
The sight is so surprising that Americans are sharing photos of it, along with all those cute Halloween costumes, sweeping vistas and special meals: The gas station sign, with a price under $3 a gallon.
|German 'Autobahn sniper' sentenced to 10 ½ years
A court in Germany has sentenced a trucker to 10 ½ years in prison for shooting at fellow drivers more than 700 times over a five-year period.
|N. Korea to quarantine foreigners over Ebola fears
North Korean officials have announced they will quarantine foreigners for 21 days over fears of the spread of the Ebola virus.
|Film tells horrifying tale behind Louvre painting
It's one of the most viewed works in the Louvre, yet few visitors know the horrifying real-life story behind "The Raft of the Medusa."
|Vatican: Tourists harming Sistine Chapel frescoes
The Vatican says the Sistine Chapel's precious frescoes are starting to turn white from the air pollution caused by so many visitors passing through each day.
|Hopes fade for 18 trapped Turkish miners
A senior government official says hopes are fading for 18 miners trapped in a flooded coal mine in southern Turkey.
|Sri Lanka says no hope finding mudslide survivors
A Sri Lankan official said Thursday there was no hope of finding survivors after a mudslide tore through a tea plantation, but there were widely conflicting reports about how many people had been buried alive under the rubble and mud.
|US envoy: World must do more to fight Ebola
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, returning from a visit to West Africa, which has been struggling with the world's worst Ebola outbreak, says the world must do more to confront "the greatest public health crisis ever."
|German unemployment dips again in October
Germany's unemployment rate fell to 6.3 percent in October as the labor market in Europe's biggest economy continued to gain steam.