After meeting Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Kerry said they had agreed to re-establish a "full partnership", hoping to end years of acrimony over the drone strikes and other grievances including the May
WASHINGTON (AP) — Maybe the 40th vote to repeal President Barack Obama's health care law will be a charm for opponents of the overhaul. House Republicans are scheduled to vote Friday on a bill that would
China's human rights situation is getting worse, a senior US official said in Beijing on Friday, as reports of another detention increased fears of a crackdown on activists and lawyers. Uzra Zeya, who
Republicans turned the term “War on Women” back on Democrats Friday in a memo that highlighted the Democratic leadership’s failure to condemn New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner and San Diego
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood on Friday criticised US Secretary of State John Kerry for saying the Egyptian military had been "restoring democracy" when it toppled Islamist president Mohamed Morsi. In the
On Wednesday – almost unreported in the midst of the crisis in Egypt – a bomb targeting a National Guard patrol exploded in the town of Mhamdia, a little south of the Tunisian capital Tunis, the latest
On the last Friday of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, thousands of Palestinians made their way through checkpoints and across barriers to attend prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem’s Old City.
The best debut for an IPO in the US this year is not a tech company, but an organic foods grocer. Shares in Sprouts Farmers Market went up by more than 120% in their first day of trading yesterday, closing
You can't have a "grand bargain" if no one will bargain with you, and that's the awkward situation President Obama finds himself in this week. Obama is intent on pushing through an economic plan to, as
President Obama told key members of Congress on Thursday that he was "open to suggestions" for reforming the National Security Agency surveillance programs that have embroiled his administration in controversy.