President Obama had hoped to pressure Iran by building international consensus on tougher sanctions.
Susan Rice, US ambassador to the UN, sounded less strident Friday in addressing Iran’s nuclear program than Secretary of State Clinton has.
The day after New York Times reporter Stephen Farrell was released by British commandos, a new poll finds growing opposition to the UK's troop commitment to the war.
In 1965, CEOs of major US firms made 24 times an average worker’s pay. By 2004, that ratio was 431 times.
A negotiated release was possible says Red Cross, but released New York Times reporter Stephen Farrell said the conditions of their captivity were growing "menacing."
Troops rescued Stephen Farrell four days after he and his translator were abducted in Kunduz Province. But the translator, Sultan Munadi, was killed, and civilians may have died in the firefight.
Monday's conviction of three young British Muslims has boosted the service after recent setbacks. But concerns remain about the ongoing radicalization of young Muslims.
The Muslim men’s 2006 plan to detonate liquid explosives on aircraft flying across the Atlantic was stage-planned in Pakistan.