Nothing about where “NSA leaker” Edward Snowden may go next ever seems to be certain. Remember the flurry of excitement about that Aeroflot flight he was supposedly on (but wasn’t)?
On the heels of another deadly day in Syria — where about 100,000 people have died in the past two years and several million more have been displaced by battles between government forces and those trying to topple President Bashar Assad’s regime — we’re getting a look at what the USA’s top general thinks about the options available to the U.S. for intervening militarily.
Civil rights groups reacted with disappointment to the not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman murder trial.
A huge celebration has begun in Egypt’s Tahrir Square, after military chief Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi says that Mohammed Morsi is out as president and the country’s constitution has been suspended.
U.S. businesses that had been looking at possible penalties if they don’t provide health insurance to their employees by January are getting an extra year before they must comply with the new law, the White House says.
Cosmonauts will carry an official Sochi 2014 Olympic torch to the International Space Station, and then out on a spacewalk.
South Africans, and millions more people around the world, are waiting anxiously for further word about Nelson Mandela and praying for the former president and anti-apartheid icon.
President Obama will soon unveil a plan that will put limits on the carbon emissions of existing power plants, the administration’s top energy adviser said on Wednesday.
In the hours following an announcement by the Taliban and the United States saying they were ready to begin peace talks, we received reminders of just how tenuous that situation is: On Tuesday night the Taliban said they fired two rockets near Bagram airbase in Kabul.
In a 45-minute interview with PBS’ Charlie Rose, President Obama defended a government program that collects vast data about the electronic activity of Americans.