| Dec 26, 2014
| 2:16 PM
A packed train in Sri Lanka that was swept off the tracks by waves as big as elephants. A boat patrolling off Thailand's shore hurled more than a mile inland. Streets in Indonesia turned into roaring rivers that carried people to their deaths.
| Dec 28, 2014
Mynt Fine Indian Cuisine is spicing up Winter Park's Hannibal Square with precision and panache. A sister restaurant to Saffron Indian Cuisine on Orlando's bustling Restaurant Row, Mynt has a more refined ambience than its 3-year-old sibling. But both...
| Jan 1, 2015
| 1:39 PM
According to news reports, the United States is now officially the world's second economic power. The Chinese economy has surpassed the U.S. economy. Even other developing nations such as India and Brazil have a much higher gross domestic product than...
| Jan 6, 2015
| 11:16 AM
Annie Jumper Tommie, a Seminole leader of the Panther Clan, in 1902 established a camp along the north fork of the New River near 101 NW 15th Ave.
Tommie and her family, husband Doctor Tommie; mother Mammy; brother Willie Jumper; and her children...
| Jan 5, 2015
| 7:25 PM
The reaction to a peculiar Connecticut beer has put Bhaskar Sureja in a tough position.
He stocks Gandhi-Bot, a wildly popular and equally hoppy creation of New England Brewing Co., which also generously borrows from the image of Mahatma Gandhi, the...
| Jan 9, 2015
| 8:00 AM
Born in England and a favored goddaughter of Queen Victoria, Princess Sophia Duleep Singh was thoroughly British. Yet she was also Indian — her father had signed his kingdom over to the British Empire — and that left Sophia caught between...
| Jan 17, 2015
| 10:50 PM
A woman was arrested on suspicion of murder after sheriff's deputies found her boyfriend fatally shot and her 3-year-old son's body stuffed in the freezer at her home on an Indian reservation in Southern California, authorities said Saturday.
| Jan 14, 2015
| 10:25 AM
Authorities in northern India said Wednesday that some 80 bodies that surfaced in the Ganges River this week – many of them children – had been given traditional water burials and were not victims of foul play.
Villagers in Pariyar, 50 miles...
| Jan 13, 2015
| 3:28 PM
The Indian government has launched a crackdown on Greenpeace and other U.S.-linked environmental groups after intelligence officials accused climate activists of harming the country’s economic security.
Authorities over the weekend barred a...
| Dec 11, 2014
| 3:06 PM
Russian President Vladimir Putin traveled to India on Thursday for a one-day summit during which billions of dollars' worth of economic agreements were signed on energy, precious stones and military equipment and India pledged to retain Russia as its most...
| Dec 11, 2014
| 4:52 PM
Recent commitments by the world's major polluters to cut emissions have added fresh momentum to international climate talks, but foot-dragging persists among the next tier of polluters, including India, Brazil, Canada and Australia.