Deposed President Zelaya now says he will return Friday. Honduras's interim leader has refused to allow Zelaya back.
Officers killed four of at least eight suicide bombers – some wearing burqas – launching a coordinated assault in Gardez.
Halfway to President Obama’s deadline, basic aspects of the closure are undecided.
The date for closure is still January, but deciding which detainees are dangerous and which should be prosecuted is difficult.
Ten percent of the 40 crashes by Russian-built Tupolev Tu-154s have been in Iran. But Russian experts say its a reliable jet.
The EU and Turkey signed a $11 billion gas pipeline deal that should give Europe more supply options.
The share of Americans who see science as the nation's greatest achievement is down sharply, even as the public continues to hold scientists in high regard.
Boyko Borisov, the no-nonsense mayor of Sofia, must now grapple with Bulgaria's economic woes and corruption.
Britain's former prime minister is poised to be the first-ever president of the European Union – a notion that's causing some unease on the continent.