What Happened on 14 May 2013
US President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron pledged on Monday to continue to support the Syrian opposition… Read More.
Nine people, including children, were killed in a car bomb blast close to a hospital in Libya’s Benghazi city on… Read More.
New Orleans police have offered a $10,000 reward in the hope of leading to arrests in a Mother's Day shooting… Read More.
US retail sales increased by 0.1 percent in April, according to figures released by the Commerce Department on Monday. In… Read More.
Cyprus received the first tranche of a $13 billion bailout package from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund… Read More.
India's Tata Steel announced a $1.6 billion writedown on the value of its ailing European division on Monday. Tata, one… Read More.
The Chicago Cubs signed a seven-year contract with first baseman Anthony Rizzo on Monday. The deal is believed to be… Read More.
Buffalo Bills general manager Buddy Nix announced on Monday he is to step down. However, he will remain with the… Read More.
Amazon launched its own digital currency on Monday. Amazon coins enable people to buy apps and games through its app… Read More.
Google is set to increase its free storage capacity from 5GB to 15GB across Google+, Drive and Gmail. The changes… Read More.
Robbers stole $330,000 in cash after breaking into the strong room at Johannesburg's Soccer City stadium after a Justin Bieber… Read More.
Television journalist Barbara Walters confirmed on Monday she will retire in May 2014. Walters, 83, made the announcement on The… Read More.