Ten years ago, letters laced with anthrax killed five people. The FBI says it traced the spores to a single U.S. scientist. But could the feds have gotten the wrong man?
Africa is a better place with one less tyrant and such individuals have got to respect the will of the electorate.
The Ivory Coast strongman is forced to bow to the inevitable four months after losing elections
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The White House warned Republicans on Monday that failing to raise the $14.29 trillion US debt limit would spark "Armageddon-like" consequences for the slowly recovering US economy.
Wisconsin Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin (D) is asking U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to begin an investigation into the handling of votes cast in the state's Waukesha County.
He suggested that Obama sold out and become “a puppet” of powerful interests, merely promising change and not delivering. West warned that this would trust the U.S. into a “democratic awakening” the likes of which the nation had not seen in decades.
The grueling 2011 budget debate that brought the federal government to the brink of a shutdown might end up looking mild in the face of the next fiscal battle: the debt ceiling.
Prosecutors are urging a federal judge in Virginia to rule against three associates of WikiLeaks who are fighting to keep records of their Twitter use out of the hands of the government.
9/11, the Reality of HAARP and Making Government Better
Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo was arrested on Monday after French armored vehicles closed in on the compound where he has been holed up in a bunker.
Nearly 300 experts, scholars and authors demand an end to Manning's rough treatment
A rebel spokesman said any deal designed to keep Colonel Gaddafi or his sons in place would not be acceptable
To encourage healthful eating, Chicago school doesn't allow kids to bring lunches or certain snacks from home — and some parents, and many students, aren't fans of the policy
A year ago, Albert Gonzalez confessed to having led an operation that stole more than 130 million credit card numbers by hacking into computers. Now he wants his conviction overturned on the grounds the US Secret Service authorized him to do it.
Supporters of an Arkansas law that prevented unmarried same sex and straight couples from serving as adoptive or foster parents may seek a constitutional amendment to reinstate it after the state's Supreme Court ruled the ban was unconstitutional.
Republicans in the Idaho state legislature rushed a bill through in the final days of the legislative session to pay the Idaho Republican Party $100,000 for a primary election lawsuit that it brought against the state and won.
Though neither of the candidates in the Wisconsin Supreme Court justice race, JoAnne Kloppenburg and incumbent David Prosser, have officially called for a recount, state officials and the candidates themselves are preparing for one
Maine lawmakers on Wednesday approved legalizing switchblades for people with one arm, moving close to becoming the first state to make such an exception to laws that ban use of the spring-action knives.
President Barack Obama sternly rebuked Syria on Friday about violence there in which sources said 22 pro-democracy protesters died.
The bill signed by Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter, a Republican, forces districts to equip high schools with mobile computing devices and potentially shifts funds from teacher pay to technology.
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Conservative conspiracy theorist Glenn Beck announced Wednesday that he's leaving his Fox News show in favor of a different arrangement that could see him work behind the scenes at Fox or attempt to launch his own cable channel.
Identities of those killed have not been released, but foreign minister says one of them was a Sudanese citizen.
An impatient President Barack Obama is in a high-stakes battle to clinch a budget deal and avert a government shutdown by Friday's deadline, but his dramatic intervention failed to break the deadlock.
The Meteorological Agency has been withholding forecasts on dispersal of radioactive substances from the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant despite making the forecasts every day, it was learned Monday.
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A bizarre spate of television presenters dissolving into on-air gibberish has sparked claims that the U.S. military could be to blame.
Three months after standing down as California governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger is to return as a cartoon superhero version of himself, The Governator, he announced this week.