After four years of self-imposed exile, Pakistan’s former military ruler Pervez Musharraf has come home. His plan is to run for office and reclaim political influence, but death threats and legal battles complicate his return.
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Overnight temperatures are dipping below freezing and the forecast calls for snow, but cold, boredom and discomfort haven’t stopped more than 30 Supreme Court die-hards from camping out for a seat to history.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting a warmer-than-normal spring for most of the United States.
President Obama wrapped up his trip to Israel and the West Bank on Friday with visits to three symbolic pilgrimage sites: First he laid a stone on the grave of Theodor Herzl, the father of modern Zionism, then he laid a wreath and a stone on the grave of Yitzhak Rabin, the Israeli leader assassinated in 1995. Finally, Obama made a somber visit to the Holocaust memorial Yad Vashem.
HBO CEO Richard Plepler is saying something a lot of the television network’s fans have been waiting to hear — that its content could be offered to customers directly through their Internet service providers instead of a cable company.
Does the budget bill passed by Congress this week derail the United States Postal Service (USPS) plan to end Saturday delivery of first class mail?
A Marine opened fire at a Virginia base Thursday night, killing two other Marines before turning the gun on himself.
A quick moving blizzard plowed through the central Canadian plains province of Alberta this week, triggering a massive vehicle pileup on Thursday; scores of motorists were stranded near the provincial capital of Edmonton.
The chairman of the Federal Communication Commission announced during a staff meeting on Friday that he intends to step down “in the coming weeks.”