GENEVA (AP) — It's no deal in Geneva where talks on curbing Iran's nuclear program have adjourned for about two weeks with France objecting that proposed measures didn't go far enough. Still, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says there's been "significant progress" and talks are scheduled to resume November 20.
TACLOBAN, Philippines (AP) — Officials say at least 300 people are confirmed dead but as many as 10,000 may have actually been killed by one of the worst storms on record. The typhoon produced giant sea waves, washing away homes, schools and airport buildings. Ferocious winds ravaged several central islands, burying people under tons of debris and leaving corpses hanging from trees. Some towns have yet to be reached.
NEW YORK (AP) — The government wants it's money back from Bank of America Corp. Federal prosecutors want Bank of America Corp. to pay about $864 million over losses from the purchase of thousands of bad home loans made by Countrywide Financial during the housing boom. A jury last month found Bank of America Corp. liable for knowingly selling bad home loans.
HONOLULU (AP) — After two grueling floor sessions and a lengthy public hearing in the state House, same-sex marriage could soon be legal in Hawaii. The head of Hawaii's Senate judiciary committee says he expects an amended bill legalizing gay marriage to pass easily in the Senate next week, with no changes to the measure passed by the House Friday night.
TEMECULA, Calif. (AP) — Officials say four people are hospitalized and one is badly burned after a hot air balloon exploded in Southern California wine country. The Riverside County Fire Department says the balloon was carrying five people when it landed in vineyards near Temecula and an explosion occurred.
Created: Sun, 10 Nov 2013 02:18:01 EST
Updated: Sun, 10 Nov 2013 02:18:01 EST