Manning Guilty of Espionage, But Not Aiding the Enemy
A military judge in Maryland has found Army Private Bradley Manning guilty of espionage - but not aiding the enemy - by leaking hundreds of ...
Formal Mideast Peace Negotiations to Begin by Mid-August
Israeli and Palestinian negotiators held a second and final day of preliminary, face-to-face talks in Washington Tuesday. The talks included...
Doppler on Wheels Rolls Into Tornados
Doppler radar reads the weather based on reflections from items moving through the air. Joshua Wurman was the first to put the technology on...
Mideast Peace Talks Resume in Washington
Israeli and Palestinian negotiators are meeting in Washington for direct talks after a nearly three-year lapse. The sides are discussing the...
Afghan Women’s Rights Face Uncertain Future
Afghan women are wondering what will happen to them when U.S.-led NATO combat forces leave the country at the end of 2014. The international...
DRC Sexual Violence Sharply Rises
The U.N. refugee agency says there’s been an alarming rise in sexual violence in the DRC’s North Kivu Province. Fighting between governmen...
3D Printers Help Heart Surgeons
3D printers are slowly entering everyday life and they are increasingly being used in medicine. Doctors at Washington's Children's Nationa...
Foreign Fighters in Syria a Potential Security Problem in Other Countries
The Assad government in Syria is facing tough opposition from rebels who have been joined by militants from other countries. These foreign f...
Teen Girls Learn Firefighting
Most summer camps for teens revolve around sports, or music and arts, or just for having fun. But some girls in the Washington suburb of Arl...
EU Plans Labeling of Israeli Products Made in Occupied Territories
The European Union is pushing ahead with plans to force Israeli companies operating in the West Bank and East Jerusalem to label the origin ...
Pope’s First Trip Abroad Changes View of Church
Pope Francis’ first trip abroad, to Brazil, is being hailed as a success by prelates of the Roman Catholic Church. Critics say that so far,...
Zimbabweans Living Abroad Return Home to Vote
Zimbabwe is holding a national poll Wednesday for some 6 million voters in the Southern African nation. But millions of Zimbabweans live ou...
Kenya's Geothermal Industry Grows
With Kenya's proximity to the Great Rift, once a hotbed of volcanic activity, the country is the biggest producer of geothermal energy on t...
'Deep State' Feared, Welcomed in Split Egypt
As Egypt reels with deep and violent political divisions, big challenges are still ahead for a nation trying to live up to the promise of it...
Israelis, Palestinians Return to Talks After Long Hiatus
Israelis and Palestinians are resuming direct talks after a three year lapse, with initial meetings in Washington to discuss plans to move f...
Washington Week: Obama Continues Economic Pitch
This week, U.S. President Barack Obama will continue advocating his economic agenda with a speech to workers in Tennessee. The effort comes ...
Brazilian Ex-Catholics: Pope Visit Won’t Win Us Back
A weeknight prayer service at the Nations United Baptist Church outside Washington has everyone on their feet. As one of many Portuguese-lan...
Obama Push on US Recovery Faces Numerous Challenges
President Barack Obama was on the road this week delivering speeches aimed at accelerating the country's economic recovery. Despite a stren...
Detroit Art Institute at Center of Bankruptcy Debate
The Detroit Institute of Arts Museum, also known as the DIA, is home to valuable paintings, sculptures, and artifacts from around the world....
Malians Hope for Fresh Start Ahead of Sunday Vote
Mali heads to the polls Sunday for a presidential election that many hope will mark the beginning of the end to more than 18 months of crisi...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
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