U.S. news In only his third address to the nation from the Oval Office, President Barack Obama reassured Americans on Sunday night that the United States is equipped to meet the dangerous and "evolving"
Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour seriously injured in shoot-out at a meeting of militant commanders, officials say Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour has been wounded in Pakistan in a shoot-out senior
U.S. officials dismissed Russian allegations Wednesday that Turkey's president profited from oil trading with the Islamic State. "The Turks have been great partners" in fighting the Islamic State militants,
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s parliament voted on Wednesday to launch bombing raids against Islamic State in Syria, supporting Prime Minister David Cameron’s case that the country needs to help destroy
Berlin approves sending Tornado reconnaissance jets and up to 1,200 military personnel but it will not join coalition air strikes Germany's lower house of parliament on Friday approved government plans
• Residential street where the belt was found was closed off • Police have not yet confirmed belt was made of explosives A device resembling an explosive belt has been found in the town of Montrouge south
We're outraged by Donald Trump's demanding I.D. cards to protect America from the super-hyped threat of Syrian refugees. We're ashamed by the memory of Roosevelt's interning more than 100,000 Japanese
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After stops in Boston, LA and Austin the Engadget Live tour is coming to a close for 2015. Before we park the party bus for the year, we're making one last stop tonight: New York City. Join us at the Warehouse
Ever found something on the web that would be better-served by an app, but didn't relish the thought of downloading the app to give it a shot? Google clearly has: as part of a broader mobile search revamp,
Google Play clearly states which applications have in-app purchases, and starting in 2016, it'll also be more transparent when it comes to ads. According to Droid Life, Mountain View has notified developers
Google's shuffling its alphabet again. The company announced on Thursday that it will condense all of its cloud-based internet services -- including Google for Work, Cloud Platform, and Google Apps --
There are plenty of tech blogs. But The Macro can go where no blogs are allowed — deep inside the Hogwarts of startups, Y Combinator . Mixed in with unmentionably candid advice and embarrassing tales failure
As we approach election season the average person is probably confused by the plethora of candidates. Should you vote Trump? Hillary? Dr. Fantasmus the Libertarian Cyborg? Voter can probably tell you.
Eyes in the Martian sky In April 2009, the Spirit rover got stuck in a sand trap on Mars. Try as it might, its wheels couldn't gain enough traction in the loose sand to free itself, leading to a sad, death
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration appealed to the Supreme Court on Friday for an expedited review of its plan to shield more than 4 million undocumented immigrants from deportation. The request, outlined