Negotiating teams from Sudan and South Sudan have agreed to end a dispute on oil payments to allow the resumption of southern oil exports through Sudan's territories, Sudan state media reported Saturday, citing official sources.
Olympic athletes and spectators are set for the biggest day of action yet at the London 2012 Games, with 25 gold medals up for grabs in 11 different sports on what has been dubbed "Super Saturday."
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Track and field competition revs up on Saturday, but not before swimmers -- among them, the most decorated Olympian of all time -- make one final splash in the pool.
Oscar Pistorius, a South African double-amputee nicknamed the "Blade Runner," made an unprecedented Olympic debut Saturday, finishing second in his 400-meter qualifying heat.
Two airplanes came too close to one another while attempting to land at a Detroit airport, a federal official said early Saturday, days after another close incident involving three jets at a Washington, D.C. airport.
The United States is experiencing its biggest spike in West Nile virus since 2004, with a total of 241 cases of the disease reported nationwide, including four deaths, health officials said.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor hit President Barack Obama and Senate Democrats on Saturday for supporting a "tax hike" in the ongoing dispute over who should benefit from an extension of Bush-era tax breaks.
President Barack Obama put politics aside Saturday, using his weekly address to recognize the sportsmanship, success, and sacrifice of the U.S. Olympic team.