In the wake of last year’s revelations about U.S. spying, 85 percent of Germans say they prefer European regulations for data privacy.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who has borne the brunt of criticism for the troubled rollout of the HealthCare.gov website, said Friday that as she prepares to leave that agency she is thankful to have had the chance to work on “the cause of my life.”
In Ukraine’s eastern city of Donetsk, activists who want to align the country more with Russia seized a regional administration building in the center of town last weekend. NPR correspondent Ari Shapiro went inside the building Friday and reports on what it was like:
An Australian plane detected yet another possible signal from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet in the southern Indian Ocean on Thursday, as searchers said they were feeling more confident that the aircraft’s flight-data recorder would ultimately be found.
Brett Hurt was one of the first of more than 20 people (most of them students) injured when a young man wielding two steak knives began stabbing and slashing at other teens.
The pain, anguish and fear comes through as a young mother who held on to her baby boy as their Oso, Wash., home was swallowed by a mudslide on March 22 describes the harrowing ordeal.
French workers already enjoy a 35-hour workweek and at least five weeks of vacation. Now, many of them won’t have to check their work email after 6 p.m.
The killing of three soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas, “shakes our soul,” President Obama said on Wednesday.
Google has created a virtual trek through Cambodia’s jungle temples that aims to transport cyber-travelers to a wonder of the ancient world.
One month ago, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared during a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. An international search team has spent weeks combing the Indian Ocean for signs of the missing Boeing 777. Here’s a summary of where we are with the hunt for the jetliner.