Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Wednesday he's optimistic that a UN investigator would examine claims that Syria, Iran, and others were interfering in Iraq's affairs.
New poll indicates that the Kerry-Lugar bill, already confronting opposition from Pakistan's political and military establishment, faces a wave of popular distrust of the US as well.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown says the UK will add the troops if the British military properly equips them, the Afghan army recruits more soldiers, and other NATO countries 'bear their fair share.'
Benito Mussolini, Italy's fascist dictatorship, was paid $6,000 a week as a propaganda agent for Britain when Italy's alliance was shaky in WWI.
Stalin's grandson tried to sue Novaya Gazeta over its characterization of the Russian leader. A judge ruled against him Tuesday, giving human rights advocates a boost.
Senate parliamentarian Alan Frumin becomes the top power broker on health reform if Democrats' 60-vote strategy fails.
From Taiwan to France to Singapore, many countries offer more comprehensive coverage at a cheaper cost.
Health clinics are an integral part of the country's healthcare system. They are intended to help heal or prevent further development of illnesses.
Israel does have the capability to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities, but such an operation would be very complex and costly, politically.
American consumers can no longer borrow madly to buy so many goods from abroad. Shoppers in emerging nations must be the next engine of growth, some argue.