Pakistan military is tight-lipped about the incident. Local officials say at least 12 people died in the attack, believed to have been carried out by a U.S. aerial drone.
Ellsberg knowingly risked spending a life in prison to bring the truth about the Vietnam War to Americans. He had hoped truth would set Americans free from the spell of official lies.
But in a rare signal of solidarity with the current Republican administration, Obama told a news conference in Paris on Friday that Iran should not wait for the next U.S. president to try to reach a deal over its nuclear program.
Some men sacrificed their sons for their nation. George Herbert Walker Bush sacrificed his nation for his son.
(Meet the New Boss,... Same as the Old Boss)
Before an enormous crowd, Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama on Thursday summoned Europeans and Americans together to "defeat terror and dry up the well of extremism that supports it" as surely as they conquered communism a gene
Newspaper Iszvestia on Monday cited an unnamed senior Russian air force official in Moscow as saying that Russia may start regular flights by long-range bombers to Cuba in response to US plans to install a missile defense system in eastern Europe.
The Bush administration says it will do all it can to try to remove remaining obstacles to the U.S.-India nuclear cooperation accord
TEHRAN, July 22 (UPI) -- A University of Illinois law professor says he has offered to represent Iran if it decides to sue the United States over threatened nuclear program sanctions.
The area is a key shipping route for cargo transported to and from the U.S. and elsewhere. In response to pirate attacks, the U.S. has stepped up its patrols to deter them and sometimes intervened to rescue hostages and ships.
Future of Freedom Foundation speech - What Ron Paul says in front of a room full of his friends and fellow libertarians.
The Guardian has learned that an announcement will be made in the next month to establish a US interests section - a halfway house to setting up a full embassy. The move will see US diplomats stationed in the country. (Do you feel better???)
BEIJING, July 9 (Xinhua) -- Iraq's stance in negotiations with the U.S. over the country's security has been getting tougher, a trend obviously seen when a Iraqi security officer demanded a definite deadline of U.S. troops' withdrawal.
Russia threatened to retaliate by military means after a deal with the Czech Republic brought the US missile defence system in Europe a step closer.
The fact is there is no North Korea "problem" or "situation." There is only a U.S. government problem.
The US Congress has approved a 170 million dollar increase in security assistance to Israel as part of its new 10-year, 30 billion dollar defense aid commitment to the Jewish state.
Six years after branding North Korea a part of his "axis of evil," Bush offered mostly symbolic concessions in exchange for Kim Jong Il's decision to hand over a long-awaited accounting of its nuclear bomb-making abilities.
...the head of China's central bank said the United States used to be a model for how to manage an economy, but was of interest now because of mistakes it made that caused the subprime mortgage crisis.
The sealed testimony was taken in 1950-51. The Rosenbergs were convicted of passing nuclear weapons secrets to the Soviet Union and were executed in 1953.
Lebanon has 17 different religious sects and at least a dozen armed groups that exert some degree of military control over various parts of the country and the capital.
As Beijing readies itself for the Olympic Games in August, Chinese dissidents living in the U.S. have launched an attack on the country's so-called "Great Firewall," which prohibits its citizens from having full access to the Internet.
As part of its action, the EU approved a set of conditions on Cuba in return for sanction-free relations. They include the release of all political prisoners; access for Cubans to the Internet; and a double-track approach for all EU delegations arriv
But Chavez also warned that George W. Bush "will be much more dangerous during the last months that he has left" in the White House, and accused the outgoing U.S. president of attempting to orchestrate his assassination or spur a military r
[Try it out there, before we try it out here...ooopps to late.] The support includes security and military equipment that is restricted for export under the Export Administration Act, prompting some critics of the policy to question its legality.
In a week of dramatic developments in the Middle East, the most dramatic development of all may have been the fact that the United States, long considered the region's indispensable player, was missing in action.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad pushed to seal a $7.6 billion pipeline deal linking the world's second-largest gas reserves to growing South Asian economies, despite opposition from the United States. Ahmadinejad met Prime Minister Manmohan
Suspected Taliban militants attacked a ceremony attended by Afghan President Hamid Karzai Sunday, unleashing automatic weapons and rocket fire. The attack killed two but the president escaped without injury. (April 27)
Ecuador’s president Rafael Correa may not be long for this world, both in a political sense and in genuine life-or-death sense. He recently fired his defense minister, army chief of intelligence, and commanders of the army, air force, and joint chief
“One hundred nations in the UN have not agreed with us on just about everything that’s come before them, where we’re involved, and it didn’t upset my breakfast at all.” That was Ronald Reagan in 1983 after the Grenada Invasion. He'd likely have t
The United States may post Marines at its unofficial embassy in Taiwan - a small but symbolically significant change in its delicate political relationship with the self-ruled island.