Elaine Ganley, Associated Press | posted 27 minutes ago
World powers will meet this weekend in Qatar to decide on how to answer a list of requests for help from Syrian rebels, a French diplomat said Wednesday.
Andrew Miga, Associated Press | posted 54 minutes ago
Homeowners trying to avoid foreclosure must wait too long for their loan modification applications to be reviewed by some of the nation's top mortgage servicers, a report said Wednesday. Such delays can plunge borrowers deeper in debt.
Derek Gatopoulos and Nicholas Paphitis, Associated Press | posted Jun 19th - 11:38am
Greece's governing coalition parties met for a second time in three days to try and end a political crisis triggered by the closure of state broadcaster ERT.
Karl Ritter, Associated Press | posted Jun 19th - 10:17am
Large-scale protests have engulfed Turkey and Brazil, which are thousands of miles apart, but share some traits such as being new democracies with a growing middle class. Here's a look at the protests in both countries, highlighting the similarities and differences in how they started and developed:
Anne Flaherty, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 4:52pm
Google on Tuesday sharply challenged the federal government's gag order on its Internet surveillance program, citing what it described as a First Amendment right to divulge how many requests it receives from the government for data about its customers in the name of national security.
Shawn Pogatchnik and Cassandra Vinograd, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 2:43pm
President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin and other G-8 leaders attempted to speak with one voice Tuesday on seeking a negotiated Syrian peace settlement _ yet couldn't publicly agree on whether this means President Bashar Assad must go.
David Mchugh, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 1:50pm
Group of Eight summit participants are powerful people: the leaders of the U.S., Russia, Britain, Germany, France, Italy, Canada and Japan, plus top officials from the European Union. But they only make promises.
The Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 1:13pm
Word that the Taliban and U.S. will hold formal talks to find a political solution to end nearly 12 years of war in Afghanistan comes after years of failed efforts at peace talks. A look at the evolution of U.S. relations with the Taliban:
Adam Goldman, Eileen Sullivan and Tom Hays, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 12:43pm
The New York Police Department's widespread spying programs directed at Muslims have undermined free worship by innocent people and should be declared unconstitutional, religious leaders and civil rights advocates said Tuesday after the filing of a federal lawsuit.
Frederic J. Frommer, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 12:18pm
A federal appeals court judge Tuesday called on the president and Congress to consider a different approach to the handling of legal cases of Guantanamo Bay prisoners.
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