Watching the administration try to find the right balance in its response to the crisis in Egypt is like seeing the public face of the foreign policy establishment change before our very eyes:
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NEW YORK (AP) - Verizon Wireless is revealing details of how much it will charge iPhone users for voice, text and data service. The company will begin taking preorders for Apple In..
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If street protesters escalate their demands that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak must surrender power now rather than in September, it may be up to the Egyptian military to nudge him out the door immediately, analysts say. MUBARAK ANNOUNCEMENT | TRANSCRIPT | REACTION |
A social worker in Switzerland has confessed to sexually assaulting more than 100 disabled children and adults, authorities said Tuesday.
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak announced Tuesday that he would not stand for re-election during presidential elections scheduled for September but neither would he step down early. Following are reactions to the news:
The king of Jordan dismissed his government Tuesday and appointed a new prime minister, a move follows protests calling for political reform.
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Federal aviation officials are giving it another try. This time, they won't be looking as closely under traveler's clothes. The Transportation Security Administrat..
The Australian state of Queensland, already hit by deadly flooding in recent weeks, is bracing for more devastation as a huge tropical cyclone rages towards its coast.
A British Airways worker charged with preparing to commit terrorism and funding terrorism goes on trial Tuesday in London.
Colleen LaRose, the woman who authorities say called herself \"Jihad Jane\" on YouTube, has changed her mind about fighting government charges that she was plotting to wage violent jihad overseas. She planned to plead guilty at a hearing Tuesday.
GROTON, Conn. (AP) - Pfizer Inc. says it will lay off more than 1,000 employees at its Groton research and development site as the drug giant cuts costs.Spokesman Mackay Jimeson (J..
Hate crimes from beatings to murders are rising in Honduras but investigations and prosecutions are rare with few victims receiving help, according to the gay community.
DETROIT (AP) - U.S. sales of cars and trucks rose in January, a strong start to what the auto industry hopes will be an extension of last year's recovery.In another good sign, sale..
WASHINGTON (AP) - Could the flow of illegal immigrants into the U.S. be ready to increase again? The authors of a new study aren't sure. The study finds that after declining during..
WASHINGTON (AP) - Red light cameras are helping drivers remember that red means stop and are saving lives, according to a new study out Tuesday by the Insurance Institute for Highw..
DALLAS (AP) - Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport has reopened after icy runways forced the major air hub to close for more than two hours. DFW Airport spokesman David Magana s..
CAIRO (AP) - EgyptAir's staff scuffled with frantic passengers, food supplies were dwindling, flight information was nonexistent - and some policemen even demanded substantial brib..
MIAMI (AP) - A Haitian man who was among the first group deported to the Caribbean country since last year's earthquake has died after suffering cholera-like symptoms in jail. Fami..