Republican complaints about the use of aliases and secret e-mail accounts by Obama Administration officials suddenly gained new attention on Monday, as Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) sent President Obama a letter demanding that the White House be more open to journalists and Congress alike. "Four years ago you pledged to ...
A man loudly ranted about national security, the CIA and international spying aboard a flight from Hong Kong to Newark Monday, causing passengers to tackle him and bind his hands and feet for the duration of the flight. (June 17)
Nine owners and managers of 7-Eleven convenience stores were charged on Monday in a scheme to exploit immigrants in part by paying them using the stolen Social Security numbers of a child and three dead people. (June 17)
19-year-old Chris Kreis of Fort Myers, Fla. was out on the water with his dad and a group of friends when they came across a massive whale shark near their boat. The teen jumped in the water and briefly caught a ride. (June 17)
President Barack Obama and other leaders at the G-8 Summit are debating ways of halting the bloodshed in Syria in the aftermath of his move to send arms to the rebels. (June 17)
Russian President Vladimir Putin told President Barack Obama on Monday that their positions on Syria do not coincide but both leaders agree on the need to push for negotiations in Syria's two-year-old civil war. (June 17)
Iran's newly elected president has pledged to follow a 'path of moderation' and promised greater openness over the country's nuclear program, but sided with the hard-line Islamic establishment that refuses to consider halting uranium enrich...
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Family members of former South African president Nelson Mandela visited the elderly statesman as he spent his 10th day in a Pretoria hospital on Monday for a recurring lung infection. (June 17)
Investigators are getting closer to pinpointing where Colorado's most destructive wildfire started. Nearly 500 homes have been lost in the fire and two people who were trying to flee were found dead in the rubble. (June 17)