Japan, Australia, and Britain offered plans and urged action Monday to overcome divisions – mainly between rich and developing nations – and forge a global pact to cut emissions.
Two decades later, a journalist remembers the rapid crumbling of European communism.
Opposition parliamentarians want an inquiry into reports that access to Libyan oil affected the British government's decision to allow convicted Lockerbie bomber to be eligible for release.
A long-secret document detailing these and other 'enhanced interrogation' techniques is set to be released Monday.
A Stanford linguist's research suggests that language shapes thought, rather than the other way around.
Conservatives welcomed confessions by defendants rejecting prior claims of election fraud. Critics said the statements were forced.