Swiss rocker Steve Lee, frontman of Gotthard, killed in crash on rainy Nevada highway

Swiss rocker killed in crash on Nevada interstate

Steve Lee, frontman of Swiss rock band Gotthard, dies in US highway accident

Swiss rocker Steve Lee dies in US highway accident

UN agency makes unusual appeal for donations to unmonitored Pakistani flood relief fund

UN agency makes unusual Pakistan aid appeal

Deadly floods spread to villages in Pakistan’s heartland, threaten major dam in northwest

Deadly flooding spreads to Pakistan’s heartland

1 dead, 42 injured as Switzerland’s popular Glacier Express tourist train derails in the Alps

1 dead, 42 injured as Swiss tourist train derails

Dozens injured as Switzerland’s popular Glacier Express tourist train derails in the Alps

Swiss Glacier Express train derails, dozens hurt

Senate chairman launches tax probe of Transocean, drilling rig owner in Gulf oil spill

Senate chairman starts probe of Transocean’s taxes

Central America declared free of anti-personnel mines after Nicaragua says territory’s clear

Central America called free of antipersonnel mines

Swiss police investigate American student’s death in Swiss mountain avalanche

Swiss police probe American student’s death

UN expert says drone strikes may be war crimes, but CIA unlikely to stop or alter program

UN criticism not likely to stop CIA drone strikes

AP Interview: Haiti’s Red Cross chief says country still struggling 4 months after quake

AP Interview: Haiti still struggling from quake

Haiti’s Red Cross chief says country still struggling 4 months after devastating earthquake

Red Cross: Haiti struggling 4 months after quake

Owner of Gulf oil spill rig holds closed-door shareholders meeting in Switzerland

Rig owner holds closed-door meeting in Switzerland

Owner of Gulf oil spill rig saves millions in tax thanks to Swiss headquarters

Swiss retreat helps Transocean save millions

Volcanic ash forces closure of airports across Europe, causes delays in trans-Atlantic traffic

Ash from Iceland’s volcano shuts European airports

Ash closes airports in Spain, Portugal, Italy, straddles trans-Atlantic routes

Ash closes airports in Spain, Portugal, Italy

UN health agency hopes new snake venom website will take bite out of 100,000 yearly deaths

Life s-s-s-saver? WHO launches snake venom website

Jason Bohn has 3-stroke lead in suspended third round of Zurich Classic

Bohn leads weather-plagued Zurich Classic

AVONDALE, La. — Jason Bohn had a three-stroke lead Saturday when third-round play in the weather-plagued Zurich Classic was suspended because of darkness.

Bad weather suspends play at Zurich Classic

Bad weather suspends play at Zurich Classic

Airlines lose $1.7 billion, ask for compensation for losses from over 100,000 canceled flights

Airlines lose $1.7 billion, ash blame game begins

UN health agency says falling volcano ash does pose health risks, urges people to stay indoors

UN health agency: Fallen volcano ash a health risk

UN weather agency says El Nino good news for Haiti hurricane risk

UN says El Nino good news for Haiti hurricane risk

IOC backs Russia over security at 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi after Moscow bomb attacks

IOC backs Russia over security at Sochi Olympics

UN rights chief laments high 2009 civilian death toll in Afghanistan as offensive steps up

UN rights chief laments 2009 Afghan civilian toll

Swiss Re puts total cost to insurance industry of Chile quake at $4-7 billion

Swiss Re puts Chile quake insurance cost at $4-7BN

UK crackdown on dangerous dogs could make insurance, microchips mandatory for all

Mandatory insurance proposed for UK dogs

LONDON — A chip for Spot? In a country where guns are tightly controlled and even carrying a kitchen knife can bring prison time, some thugs use dogs to menace their victims. Now the British government is proposing that dog owners be forced to get microchips and take out insurance for their pets.

Tesla says loss of engineers in crash was hard, won’t derail plans to launch Model S in 2012

Tesla: engineers’ death won’t derail new model

Early issue with accelerators raised no alarm among European consumer advocates, Toyota owners

Pedal issue at first drew little notice in Europe

Amid Haiti’s chaos, aid workers get coordination help from Google Earth and see progress

Aid groups enlist Google to help in Haiti effort

UN is sending 45 satellite phones to Chile and is offering 30 tons of food to quake victims

UN sending 45 satellite phones to Chile

UNITED NATIONS — The United Nations is sending 45 satellite phones to Chile for officials coordinating earthquake relief efforts and is prepared to send 30 tons of food and other aid if the government gives the green light, the top U.N. representative for Latin America said Monday.

Bode Miller gets silver, fellow American Weibrecht bronze in super-G; US medal count hits 20

Bode Miller leads US to silver, bronze in super-G

Brakeman for Swiss-3 bobsled team injured in crash on Olympic track

Swiss brakeman hurt in crash

WHISTLER, British Columbia — Swiss brakeman Juerg Egger has been injured in a bobsled crash.

Jacobellis flubs in the snowboardcross course again, this time in semis; US hockey wins opener

Another Olympic flub by Jacobellis; US hockey wins

Police: Skier survives 17 hours buried beneath avalanche in Swiss Alps, emerges unharmed

Skier survives 17 hours under Swiss avalanche

Swiss police say skier survived 17 hours buried beneath avalanche

Swiss cops: man survived 17 hours under avalanche

Duvalier ruling a loss for cash-strapped Haiti, embarrassment for Swiss government

Haiti, Swiss gov’t losers in Duvalier cash ruling

Happy, healthy, injury-free: Lindsey Vonn takes final World Cup win and is ready for Olympics

Happy, healthy Lindsey Vonn is ready for Olympics

AP INTERVIEW: UNESCO chief urges ban on trade in Haitian artifacts after quake

UNESCO calls for ban in trade in Haitian artifacts

AP Interview: Interpol chief says weak passport verification world’s biggest travel threat

Interpol chief: Passport fraud major global threat

Basic medicines running out as doctors, aid groups treat Haiti’s thousands of sick and injured

Medicine running out at Haiti hospitals, clinics

NC brothers settle lawsuit over 2008 International Paper mill explosion in Mississippi

Lawsuit settled over deadly Miss. paper mill blast

Amid falling snow, Davos turns focus to restoring earthquake-struck Haiti, helping Africa

US President Bill Clinton

Social media chiefs converge in Davos, finding big profits still elusive despite heavy use

Followers good, dollars better for social media

Lost children must fend for themselves on quake-stricken streets of Haitian capital

Haiti’s children on their own on shattered streets

Thousands flee Haiti’s capital as government plans tent camps to house the homeless

Many flee Haiti capital, govt plans tent cities

Rescuers find Haitian woman alive after 10 days in earthquake rubble

Haitian woman found alive after 10 days in rubble

Haiti to relocate homeless camps to city outskirts as US military aims to fix battered port

Haiti relocating homeless, port repairs needed

Aftershock sends some in Haiti capital into streets; observers say it was weaker than others

Brief aftershock hits stricken Haiti capital

Haiti to relocate 400,000 quake homeless to new, outlying camps; hopes dim for new rescues

Haiti to relocate 400,000 quake homeless

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Within days, the government will move 400,000 people made homeless by Haiti’s epic earthquake from their squalid improvised camps throughout the shattered capital to new resettlement areas on the outskirts, a top Haitian official said Thursday.

Haiti to move 400,000 people from capital to temporary camps on outskirts this month

Haiti to resettle 400,000 quake victims to camps