It's been two weeks since the massive mudslide came down on a tiny mountain community in Washington state. The disaster killed 30 people; 13 are still missing.
"A veteran Associated Press photographer was killed and an AP reporter was wounded on Friday when an Afghan policeman opened fire while they were sitting in their car in eastern Afghanistan," the wire service reports.
President Obama announced Thursday that he has decided "the data should remain at the telephone companies."
Russia's 20 years of having a seat at the table when leaders of the world's most powerful industrialized nations meet came to at least a temporary end.
NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen says he's concerned about a massing of Russian troops along the eastern border with Ukraine, saying that the alliance was focused on "effective deterrence and defense."
President Obama is reportedly preparing to announce a plan to scrap the government's systematic collection of bulk phone records as part of a far-reaching overhaul of the National Security Agency's controversial electronic surveillance activities.
For the second time in recent months, President Obama welcomed a cadre of tech CEOs to the White House to talk about data privacy.
Russia's grip on Crimea was further solidified Saturday when its forces took complete control of a Ukrainian Air Force base in the town of Belbek, NPR's Gregory Warner and Reuters report.
The National Security Agency has in recent years "pried its way into the servers" of Huawei, a Chinese telecommunications company that the spy agency has long suspected could work with the Chinese military to steal secrets from American firms and the U.S. government, The New York Times reported Saturday.
As Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk was signing an agreement on closer relations with the European Union