Moscow has gained leverage, threatened Georgia's pro-West leader, and bolstered national pride.
An analysis of 250 American newspapers by the Project for Excellence in Journalism has seen a decline in science coverage and foreign affairs, and that stories covering gradual developments are disappearing, changes that could spell trouble for coverage of global climate change.
A mixed verdict against Salim Ahmed Hamdan has his defense lawyers preparing to appeal to federal civilian courts.
A census in the north of the Republic of the Congo has discovered 125,000 previously uncounted western lowland gorillas, more than doubling the previous estimated worldwide population of the great ape subspecies.
Counterterrorism efforts by the Algerian government and the US are failing to stem terrorism in the region.
With so many summer guests to feed, the time for summer reading just slips away.