Monday, July 14, 2014
ruba's prime minister and several legislators have launched a hunger strike to protest what they say is meddling by the Dutch government in local financial affairs.
Although its diplomatic clout is compromised on several fronts, the United States still dictates its economic law around the globe and has even expanded its reach, at the risk of raising hackles.
Sunday, July 13, 2014
The United States' top public health agency revealed Friday a series of alarming incidents in which dangerous biological agents including anthrax, influenza and botulism were mishandled over the past decade.
NBA superstar LeBron James made an emotional return Friday to the Cleveland Cavaliers, departing the Miami team where he became a world-famous champion to seek similar success with his hometown club.
Malicious software used to steal millions from bank accounts has re-emerged a month after U.S. authorities broke up a major hacker network using the scheme, security researchers say.
Russian President Vladimir Putin made a surprise stop in Nicaragua Friday after visiting his nation's Cold War ally Cuba, part of a tour to increase Moscow's influence in Latin America amid frayed ties with the West.
The U.S. government's budget deficit will drop to US$583 billion this year, the lowest level of President Barack Obama's tenure, the White House said Friday.
A former White House lawyer in both Bush administrations was convicted Friday of attempted murder and other charges in the beating of his wife four years ago.
Forty years after his death, Pablo Neruda once again was writing and reciting love poems and he walked through Santiago's streets to the admiring gazes of Chileans — virtually, that is.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson visited a New Mexico detention facility housing 400 Central American women and children Friday and warned immigrants that “we will send you back” if they try crossing into the country.