Two NPR reporters were killed in Afghanistan Sunday while embedded with Afghani troops.
Women met with the Pope in Rome after he announced plans for a commission to study whether a woman could be a priest.
Muhammad Ali, former Heavy Weight Champion of the World died Friday night of natural causes.
Donald Trump continues to accuse judge presiding over fraud lawsuit of bias.
A piece of code linking North Korea to past hacker attacks also found in Bangladeshi bank heist.
As his time in office winds down, President Obama has sought to jettison vestiges of the Cold War and reach out to old rivals, from Vietnam to Cuba and beyond.
In addition to an $850 billion sovereign wealth fund, Norway has an income tax, a 25 percent sales tax and possibly the highest gasoline prices in the world, according to Norwegian Ambassador Kare Aas.
“We’re still here, we’re still battling,” regional fire chief Darby Allen told residents last night. He added, “The beast is still up, it’s surrounding the city.
“Suffice to say Alaska, the massive state with such a small population, might have a bigger influence on the selection for the Republican nominee for the presidency, than you might think,” said GOP Chairman Peter Goldberg.
Rocky De La Fuente was the only presidential hopeful in the state for the democratic caucus. And he brought his campaign – with its dark horse ambitions – to Sitka.