Topic: The Associated Press
How the new online media landscape is changing the way the public gets its news.
05/13/2011 03:05 pm
In Pictures Space photos of the day: Mississippi flooding
But the Taliban may be using Osama bin Laden's killing as a pretense for continuing its fight against Pakistani forces. Today's bombings targeted paramilitary recruits.
05/13/2011 10:06 am
Bin Laden email: His methods, described in new detail to The Associated Press by a counterterrorism official and a second person briefed on the U.S. investigation, served him well for years and frustrated Western efforts to trace him through cyberspace.
05/12/2011 05:57 pm
The Holocaust ended more than 60 years ago, but today’s conviction of John Demjanjuk for his work with the Nazis is a reminder that many former Nazis remain at large. The Simon Weisenthal Center, an organization that investigates and prosecutes Nazi war criminals, releases an annual list of the most-wanted Nazis still alive today. Here are the top five:
05/12/2011 02:11 pm
Spain earthquake: The quakes that struck Spain Wednesday were seismically mild, but they occurred close to the surface, geologists say.
05/12/2011 09:35 am
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime has intensified its crackdown on protesters, despite mounting international pressure – including a slew of EU sanctions.
05/11/2011 09:36 am
Fighting, particularly in Misratah, has interrupted the supply lines that provide Libya with food, fuel, and other essentials. Meanwhile, Tripoli sees heaviest bombings in weeks.
05/10/2011 02:49 pm
President Obama authorized US troops to fight Pakistani forces if they interfered during the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound, highlighting the poor state of the US-Pakistan relationship.
05/10/2011 09:46 am
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei have been locked in a stand-off that had some predicting the president would resign this past weekend.
05/09/2011 06:50 pm