Arguments over Indiana's voter-identification law, the most stringent in the US, will be heard Wednesday.
At dawn, an unfamiliar quiet engulfs the city.
Namibia kicked out two top officials of an international private security firm this fall amid claims the firm was recruiting fighters to work in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has vowed to capitalize on security gains to revive the political process in the coming year.
His trip includes Israel and the Palestinian territories.
A new book casts doubt on Alexander Graham Bell's role as the telephone's creator.
International observers have been criticized for doing too little – and too much – in the wake of Kenya's flawed Dec. 27 vote, which touched off a wave of ethnic killings.
An analysis shows that the bulk of them come from countries allied with the US.
A growing number of connected youth nationwide are involved in philanthropy, according to experts.