Associated Press | posted 13 minutes ago
Fidel Castro says his brother Raul introduced himself to President Barack Obama in English at Nelson Mandela's funeral, telling him, "Mr. President, I'm Castro," as the two leaders shook hands.
Ben Fox, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 7:31am
Prosecutors in the Sept. 11 war crimes case at Guantanamo are seeking a mental competency evaluation for one of the defendants, adding a new delay to the long-stalled case.
Ben Fox and Karim Kebir, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 8:30pm
The U.S. military has sent two prisoners from Guantanamo Bay back to their native Sudan in the third release this month.
Joshua Goodman and Fabiola Sanchez, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 7:09pm
The price of the world's cheapest gasoline will start to nudge higher for the first time years if Venezuela's president has his way _ and he usually does.
Ben Fox, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 7:06pm
The commander of the Guantanamo Bay naval base decided Wednesday to move Nativity scenes from two dining halls following complaints that the decorations improperly promoted Christianity.
Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 6:39pm
Peru says special forces troops have destroyed 20 clandestine landing strips used to fly drugs out of the jungle to Bolivia and Brazil.
Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 6:09pm
Mexican authorities say five teenage students were killed when they were run over by armed men trying to escape from soldiers in a northern border city.
Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 3:53pm
The United States issued a warning on Wednesday to migrants thinking of crossing the border, saying they won't qualify for any potential immigration reform that might be enacted in the U.S.
Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 3:29pm
Five men were killed in a gunbattle with Mexican security forces early Wednesday near a luxury hotel in the popular Gulf of California resort of Puerto Penasco, also known as Rocky Point, authorities said.
Stan Lehman, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 2:59pm
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said Wednesday she would not comment on the letter written by National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden in which he said he was willing to help Brazil investigate NSA spying on its soil but could only do so if granted political asylum.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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