Escalation of violence could lead pirate gangs to join radical militants, including those with ties to Al Qaeda, say analysts.
In the past week, mixed progress as a US journalist is charged with spying amidst positive statements from both countries.
Readers write about why the world is safer without nuclear weapons, how the government cannot legislate whom churches marry, why America must change the way it invests, and why tickets for men's basketball games cost more than tickets for women's.
Tens of thousands of Sadr’s Shiite supporters expressed solidarity with Iraqi security forces while demanding an end to the US occupation.
Disarmed by US forces in 2003, the 3,400 People’s Mujahideen members at Camp Ashraf have been asked to leave by the Iraqi government.
Readers write about China's art market, how American automakers affect demand for their product, and why both the Western and Muslim worlds should consider what the Prophet would do.
Their assertion boosts US view that Pyongyang used Sunday’s launch to develop long-range missile technology, not to explore space.