In a recent House debate on the president’s war powers, Congressman Dennis Kucinich delivered a fiery, impassioned speech in support of ending the Afghanistan war, now the longest in America’s history.
Uganda would consider an asylum application from Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, as it would for anyone seeking refuge in the east African country, a minister said on Wednesday.
Egypt's military rulers on Wednesday issued an interim constitution under which the transitional administration will run the country until elections allow power to be returned to an elected government.
The saga of Eman al-Obeidy, the woman who burst into a Tripoli hotel full of foreign reporters Saturday and told the story of her gang-rape at the hands of pro-Gaddafi militiamen, continues.
President Bashar al-Assad has told parliament Syria will defeat those behind a "plot" against his country. "Syria is a target of a big plot from outside," he said in his first speech since anti-government demonstrations erupted two weeks ago.
As a chemist at the Food and Drug Administration, which screens medicines for sale to the public, Cheng Yi Liang had access to the kind of information that can move drug company stocks.
Two Republican congressmen have introduced legislation to the House of Representatives that would prevent the United States from carrying out further military operations in Libya until such actions were authorized by Congress.
Long-shot Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum said Tuesday that America's "abortion culture" is harming Social Security, reviving an ages-old argument largely confined to the fringe.
Wisconsin Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald bragged that Republicans had busted government employee unions "once and for all" in a fundraising letter sent to his supporters.
A group of about 70 protesters who were arrested after the 2005 inauguration of President George W. Bush will receive at least $2,000 each, according to a settlement approved in a Washington federal court.
Mitchell Crooks made national headlines in 2002 when he videotaped a brutal police beating in Inglewood, Calif.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sen. Rand Paul will offer a response address to President Obama's remarks this evening regarding the situation in Libya. A video and transcript will be available following the President's remarks.
The 400-year-old Peace of Westphalia goes glimmering into the night; but relax, the United Nations has found something to put in its place.
Reinvigorated partisan bickering over broken-down budget negotiations Monday suggested that Democratic and Republican leaders are bracing for the prospect of a government shutdown, which would occur if the two sides fail to reach a deal by the April
Only the elite will be allowed to drive vehicles, while the rest of the population will be tightly regulated by super-computers, a global food council, and an omnipresent nanny state
The rebels in Libya are in the middle of a life or death civil war and Moammar Gadhafi is still in power and yet somehow the Libyan rebels have had enough time to establish a new Central Bank of Libya and form a new national oil company.
Denies Rumors Former Dictator Fled to Saudi Arabia
Law Will Allow Govt to Revoke Citizenship From Those 'Harming Israel's Sovereignty'
Yemen President Ali Abdallah Saleh tried to get Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar, now a leading dissident officer, killed last year by tricking Saudi forces into bombing his headquarters, a Norwegian daily said Monday, quoting a leaked US cable.
Yemeni protesters demanding an end to President Ali Abdullah Saleh's rule said on Tuesday they would insist he leave power soon, blaming him for violence that has raised U.S. fears of chaos that could benefit militants.
Ignores End Game, Touts Speed of Starting War
Talking to Both Sides as 'Mediator' of Conflict
It might once have been that a grand jury was actually a group of concerned members of a community brought together to seek an actual truth. But in current times, if the prosecutor wants to conceal information from them, he does, and they are too ign
Ruling Party Insists Saleh Won't Step Down
Says Syrian 'Police Actions' Haven't Sparked Global Condemnation Yet
Libya accused NATO on Sunday of "terrorising" and killing its people as part of a global plot to humiliate and weaken the North African country.
Libya Posed No Threat to US Before War
This was announced as the real objective the moment French president Nicolas Sarkozy took the extraordinary step of recognizing the rebels in Benghazi as “the only legitimate representative of the Libyan people”.
In the first 24 hours of the Libyan attack, US B-2s dropped forty-five 2,000-pound bombs. These massive bombs, along with the Cruise missiles launched from British and French planes and ships, all contained depleted uranium (DU) warheads.
David Cameron is the leader of Britain, a nation state that represents the hopes and dreams of a hundred million. Thus Britain is in a sense a person too.