Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Thousands of people packed Times Square on Sunday to demand the U.S. government recognize the deaths of up to 1.5 million Armenians during World War I as genocide.
U.S. officials are expected to stop prosecuting families of American hostages who communicate with kidnappers abroad or raise funds and pay ransoms, ABC news reported Sunday.
Michael Ondaatje, Francine Prose and at least four other writers have withdrawn from next month's PEN American Center gala, citing objections to the literary and human rights organization's honoring the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Officials at the philanthropy founded by U.S. political power couple Bill and Hillary Clinton admitted Sunday that the organization has made financial disclosure "mistakes" and vowed to quickly correct the errors.
Monday, April 27, 2015
Protesters rampaged through the downtown of the U.S. city of Baltimore on Saturday as the city's biggest demonstration yet over the death of a young African-American man in police custody turned violent.
Emails to and from President Barack Obama were read by Russian hackers last year in a breach of the White House's unclassified computer system, The New York Times said Saturday.
At first glance, the barren stretch of desert between Carlsbad and Hobbs in Southeast New Mexico seems unfit for any kind of industry. But this rugged.1 Comment
Less than six months after voters agreed to spend US$22 million (NT675.8 million) on a new animal shelter, Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry says we may not have enough money to pick up homeless and injured dogs and cats to put in it.
Thom Kostura and Ijpe DeKoe are married in New York, but not in Memphis, where they now live.
Top Republican Party hopefuls came like preachers at a revival to pitch themselves to evangelical voters as the best candidate to protect the nation from weakened morals from within and withering respect from without.