In the view of the US government, many of the WikiLeaks documents are still classified, and reading classified documents without clearance is illegal. Critics say the warning is censorship.
WikiLeaks releases a 'secret' US diplomatic cable on 'critical infrastructure' around the world. Was it an overlong 'raw list' of obvious key sites, or a menu for 'every extremist group in the world'?
A tightly controlled Egypt election appears to have given President Hosni Mubarak's ruling party its biggest share of the legislature in 15 years.
The Obama administration has told whistleblower WikiLeaks that any release of classified State Department cables will put "countless" lives at risk and jeopardize US relations with its allies.
Israel publicized plans to build more than 1,300 new homes in East Jerusalem, angering Palestinians and disappointing the US on the eve of a Netanyahu visit.
Obama has promised to step up the fight against the militants after last week’s bomb plot aboard cargo planes that originated in Yemen.
President Obama grants waivers to Chad, the Congo, Sudan, and Yemen, which use child soldiers but are strategically important to the US. The waivers mean military aid will continue.
Chinese supercomputer blows past the US record for speedy hardware.
In the aftermath of the NATO helicopter attack that killed several Pakistani security forces, the US is expected this week to offer Pakistan a multiyear, multibillion-dollar security package.
Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu offer to extend the moratorium on settlement construction – but only if the Palestinians recognize Israel as a Jewish state. The Palestinians are mulling counteroffers.