Iraq’s foreign minister says the deadliest and most sustained wave of violence to hit the country since 2008 won’t lead to civil war.
Officials have finally identified the culprit behind a 20-hour Internet and cellphone outage last week in northern New Mexico —an eager beaver.
U.S. soldier Bradley Manning’s former commander in Iraq says morale among his troops “took a hit” after they learned their colleague was suspected of leaking thousands of classified documents.
Senegalese President Macky Sall defended his refusal to decriminalize homosexuality on Friday
Inspired by Nelson Mandela’s struggles in South Africa, a young Barack Obama joined campus protests in the U.S. against the racist rule that kept Mandela locked away in prison for nearly three decades.
A federal judge in Kansas says he will rule by the end of July on whether to revoke probation for a professional Tennessee hunter accused of violating his plea deal.
A mother of three from a ritzy New York City suburb pleaded not guilty on Friday to charges she operated a secret, sophisticated pot-growing operation worth millions.
More than two dozen U.S. senators are calling on the nation’s top intelligence official to make information public about the scope and duration of the National Security Agency’s surveillance program.
The head of Mali’s electoral body voiced doubts Friday over the feasibility of holding a much-anticipated presidential poll in July as planned even as political parties rushed to meet the deadline for submitting their candidates.
The family of a Michigan woman who died in Syria last month still lacks confirmation she was killed during fighting