Saturday, May 2, 2015
The Sun newspaper on Thursday urged readers to vote for the Conservative party of British Prime Minister David Cameron in next week's election but its Scottish edition backed rival nationalists.
Eight-year-old Angie was running to catch up with her cousins on their way home from church when she stepped on a landmine that exploded and ripped off her leg.
Former U.S. and Russian commanders Thursday called for scrapping "hair-trigger" alerts on nuclear weapons that carry grave risks of a potential atomic disaster -- especially in an age of cyberattacks.
A U.S. House of Representatives committee advanced a bill Thursday to scale back bulk surveillance efforts following leaks of the programs by former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden.
A terminally ill South African man died of natural causes Thursday on the same day that a court granted him the right to end his life, a ruling that could pave the way for assisted suicide legislation.
The U.S. ambassador to Turkey on Friday hit back at sexist remarks by Ankara's maverick mayor to the U.S. State Department spokeswoman in unusual style, posting a picture of himself with blond hair.
Friday, May 1, 2015
WASHINGTON - Baltimore police enforced a curfew for a third night Thursday, as new reports emerged over how the black man at the center of the latest US racial unrest sustained fatal injuries while in police custody.
RIYADH - Saudi Arabia said its forces on Thursday killed dozens of Iran-backed rebels from Yemen who launched their first major attack on the kingdom since Saudi-led air strikes began last month.
President Francois Hollande on Thursday vowed to "show no mercy" if French peacekeepers in Central African Republic were found guilty of raping hungry children in exchange for food.
Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders said Wednesday he will run for president as a Democrat, promising to fight what he deems "obscene levels" of income disparity and vowing to do more than just raise progressive issues.