CAIRO (AP) — Officials say Yemen’s Nobel Peace winner Tawakkul Karman denied entry at Egypt’s Cairo airport.
MAKHACHKALA, Russia (AP) — Police in the southern Russian province of Dagestan say a Muslim cleric was shot dead by an unidentified gunman.
The shooting of Imam Ilyas Ilyasov was the latest in a string of attacks on
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Tunisian officials say a suspected terrorist was killed and another wounded after an intense firefight in a dawn raid by special forces.
Tunisia’s interior ministry said in a statement that six other suspects were
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s highest security body has warned that the search for a peaceful end to a standoff over sit-ins by supporters of the ousted president is not open-ended.
The National Defense Council, which is led by
WASHINGTON (AP) — Instead of “Hail to the Chief,” President Barack Obama is most likely hearing strains of “Happy Birthday” this weekend.
Obama turns 52 on Sunday and is spending part of the day at the Camp David
WASHINGTON (AP) — John Palmer, the longtime correspondent for NBC News who died Saturday after a brief illness, was remembered by former colleagues as a hardworking, gracious reporter who moved easily from war zones to the White House
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Rescuers were resuming a search Sunday for a snowboarder who was buried in a collapsing ice tunnel on Oregon’s Mount Hood.
The snowboarder was traveling with five companions when the collapse hit Saturday afternoon,
SALZBURG, Austria (AP) — Stefan Herheim started directing operas at age 6, moving puppets around a tiny stage to recordings of his favorite works. No surprise then that the man known today for the intellectual rigor of his
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A rapidly accelerating car driven by a young man screeched across a sidewalk and straight into a crowd enjoying one of Southern California’s most popular boardwalks, killing one person, injuring 11 and leaving the
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Union leaders and Bay Area Rapid Transit managers were holding talks aimed at heading off a strike that would leave hundreds of thousands of San Francisco area commuters scrambling for other ways to get