Cloud cover that limited visibility forced the president's jet to abort one landing. It circled around and landed safely a few minutes later. Those aboard never knew.
VIDEO: On a tour of the famed brewery in Dublin, Queen Elizabeth was offered a pint of the famous stout. She declined. Prince Philip seemed quite interested, but passed as well.
Along the mighty Mississippi River, rising waters carry musical echoes of the river's long history of floods. Many of those sonic tributaries reach back to perhaps the worst one in U.S. history: The Great Flood of 1927. Its history can be...
It's hoped, the administration says, that the moves pressure the Assad regime to "end its use of violence against its people and begin transitioning to a democratic system that protects the rights of the Syrian people."
During President Obama's Mideast policy speech Thursday, join NPR's Andy Carvin and Marc Lynch of FP.com's Mideast Channel for a Twitter chat on the speech, including a followup interview with deputy national security adviser Ben...
The study, the most extensive on sexual abuse in the Catholic church, found that a spike in abuse in the '60s and '70s was due to ill-prepared priests facing a sexual and social revolution.
It could be a sign of economic and political instability that Pakistanis are crossing the border for jobs in Kabul. There, they can earn twice as much and, in some cases, security is better. Afghan workers lament competing with the Pakistanis, who...
It's just supposition at this point, the defense secretary concedes. But he and other U.S. officials believe there were people in Pakistan who knew the al-Qaida leader was living there.
The vulnerability forced Sony to shutdown login ability to a few of its sites.
The push is the work of Corporate Accountability International, a nonprofit group that has campaigned against the marketing of bottled water, infant formula and Joe Camel. The challenge to McDonald's comes the day before the company's...