Germans celebrate the 60th anniversary of their constitution and reflect on the past six decades from atoning for Nazi crimes and reunification, to renewed self-confidence.
May 22, 2009
On Saturday, Berlin's bicameral parliament will meet to vote for a new president.
The current holder of the mainly symbolic office, Horst Koehler, is running for re-election.
Shoot now, ask questions later.
A recent law passed by Florida legislators gives residents near-impunity to shoot people who enter their homes.
We now know the recipient of the country's first near-total face transplant.
46-year old Connie Culp made her first public appearance, five months after undergoing a 22-hour procedure, where surgeons used donor tissue to help rebuild her face.
The popular dollhouse game gets a dose of personality in "The Sims 3."
AP's weekly Video Game Video finds cleptomaniacs and other wacky characters in the game, due out next month.
Lovers of luxury across the decades have sojourned in the mythic La Mamounia hotel in Marrakesh.
While the Moroccan landmark undergoes renovation, ahead of a reopening in September 2009, it is selling some 5,000 items from the hotel at auction.
Wildlife officials have captured a one-year old moose in Connecticut.
Officials knocked the moose out with a tranquilizer dart and then relocated it.
Officials were worried about the moose getting involved in an accident.