Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will fly to Cuba Saturday night to continue cancer treatment, he said Friday.
The United States has released declassified aerial reconnaissance photos of Syria, showing the level of compliance by government forces with an international plan to establish a cease-fire.
Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas cruise ship has rescued 23 Cubans found floating in a boat, the cruise line said. The cruise ship was on a seven-night voyage from Port Everglades, Florida, to Cozumel, Mexico.
Police in Hungary say a man killed four people with a sword and injured three others after a family argument, state media reported Friday.
President Asif Ali Zardari of Pakistan is scheduled to visit India on Sunday, the first by a Pakistani head of state in seven years, amid thawing relations between the two nuclear-armed archrivals.
Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, were working around the clock Saturday to track a gunmen suspected of a series of shootings that left three dead and two critically injured.
While Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin used the GOP weekly address to sustain her party's criticism of President Barack Obama's energy policy, Obama used his address as an opportunity to step back and reflect on Easter and Passover.
Congressional investigators are accusing the General Services Administration of violating its employee gift limit with rewards of iPods, digital cameras and other electronics, just as a video emerged of a lavish conference that shows employees drinking and making jokes about wasteful spending.
Thomas Kinkade, one of the most popular artists in America, has died at his California home, his family said. He was 54.
As outrage over the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin continues to grip the nation, key questions remain unanswered over what happened the night of February 26 as conflicting accounts are given by witnesses and attorneys for both sides.
Supermodel Heidi Klum has officially filed for divorce from singer Seal, Klum's publicist said.
A large Southern California nuclear plant is out of commission indefinitely, and will remain so until there is an understanding of what caused problems at two of its generators and an effective plan to address the issues, the nation's top nuclear regulator said Friday.