Posted: 10:20 PM United Arab Emirates report the dead and wounded were Indian fisherman. One person appears to have been killed, U.S. officials say.
The boat approached too near the USNS Rappahannock, officials say.
The shots were intended to disable the boat, they say.
Posted: 9:50 PM A worldwide Jewish rights organization is pushing Hungarian authorities to prosecute a man it claims is a Nazi war criminal, recently discovered in Budapest, Hungary, who allegedly sent more than 15,000 Jews to Auschwitz in the spring of 1944.
Updated: 9:33 PM The brutal mauling of a 24-year-old surfer in the waters off Western Australia over the weekend has local officials pondering an end to a ban on killing great whites, according to a report from news.com.au.
Posted: 6:28 PM The Simon Wiesenthal Center says it tracked down Ladislaus Csizsik-Csatary. He allegedly participated in sending 15,700 Jews to Auschwitz in spring 1944. Facing deportation, he fled Canada in 1997.
The center is urging Hungarian authorities to prosecute him.
Posted: 11:50 AM When a website that claims more than a half-billion monthly visitors gets hacked, users pay attention. So when we wrote Thursday about hackers who published login information for more than 450,000 Yahoo users, readers had plenty to say about it.
Posted: 9:36 AM A Russian Soyuz craft launched into the morning skies over Kazakhstan on Sunday, carrying three astronauts on their way to the international space station where they will quickly start preparing for a frenzy of incoming traffic.
Posted: 9:32 AM Having pressed the new Egyptian president, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Sunday sought to mobilize what influence the United States still has with the army chief whose key role in post-Hosni Mubarak Egypt is splitting the country between those who see the military as a threat to democracy and those clinging to it as a guarantor of stability.
Posted: 11:40 AM The U.S. Olympic Committee says it is too late to remake uniforms that sport "Made in China" labels for the London Games, though vowed Team USA would march in clothing made in America during the opening of the 2014 Winter Games
Posted: 11:27 AM The Egyptian Bedouin who abducted two Boston natives and their guide on Friday vowed he would take more hostages of different nationalities if police do not release his uncle from prison.
Posted: 9:28 AM A suicide bomber blew himself up Saturday in a wedding hall in northern Afghanistan, killing at least 23 people including a prominent warlord-turned-politician and three Afghan security force officials, in an attack that deals a setback to efforts to unify the nation's ethnic factions, Afghan officials said.
Posted: 9:05 AM It's been six months since the cruise ship Costa Concordia hit a rock and capsized near Giglio, Italy. And the ship is still there, even as the relatives of the 32 people who died in the disaster visited the island to remember their loved ones Friday.
Updated: 6:58 PM One of Amazon's biggest advantages over local stores and mega-chains is its lack of sales tax in most states. People can hop in a car and go buy a product from a local store immediately; or they can pay less, buying quickly from a computer or smartphone.
Posted: 2:18 PM Hans Kristian Rausing, the son of one of the world's wealthiest men, was arrested on suspicion of murder after the body of his American-born wife was found in their home this week, police confirmed Friday.