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Iran Stops Oil Sales to British and French Companies
Iran halted the sale of crude oil to Britain and France, the country’s oil ministry announced on Sunday.
February 19, 2012
US Carrier Passes Through Strait of Hormuz
The U.S. aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln sailed through the Strait of Hormuz near Iran for the second time ...
February 15, 2012
Supreme Court Justice Robbed at Knifepoint
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and his wife were robbed by a machete-wielding, masked assailant at his vacation ...
February 13, 2012
Report: Sustainable Development Never Took Hold, but Time Is Running Out
With the world population rapidly expanding, global policymakers and influencers are in a race against the clock to ...
January 30, 2012
Japan’s Nuclear Temp Workers Exposed to Unmeasured Risks
Japanese workers--mainly temp staffers--have been exposed to unknown levels of radiation cleaning up the Fukushima plant, a report ...
January 25, 2012
Libyan City of Bani Walid Overrun by Fighters
The city of Bani Walid in central Libya on Tuesday was overrun by well-armed fighters, who may be ...
January 24, 2012
Clinton Denies US Role in Iranian Scientist Death
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday said the United States had no role in the killing of ...
January 11, 2012
Donors Take A Fresh Look at Burma
After decades of oppressive military rule, and being shut out of aid money because of it, Burma is ...
January 4, 2012
Report Says China, Russia ‘Aggressive’ Cybercrime Sponsors
China and Russia are increasingly using cyber-espionage tactics to steal classified trade and technology information, according to a ...
November 3, 2011
Uncovering the Darknet
The darknet is considered the Wild West of the Internet and for decades has been a haven for ...
October 31, 2011
Amid Listeria Outbreak, FDA Seeks to Improve Food Safety
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is looking to improve food safety measures after a Listeria outbreak ...
September 29, 2011
Hosting Firm InMotion Hacked, Thousands of Websites Defaced
Thousands of websites were compromised after hosting provider InMotion was hacked in the past week, raising new concern ...
September 29, 2011
Yemen Defense Minister Survives Suicide Attack
Yemen's defense minister has survived an assassination attempt that happened while he was traveling in a military convoy ...
September 27, 2011
Fined in Europe for Wearing Niqab, Nekkaz Will Pay Fine
Two French women on Thursday were fined for wearing niqabs, or Islamic veils which cover the entire face.
September 22, 2011
BBC Journalist Killed by NATO, Not Insurgents, in Afghanistan
A journalist with the BBC was accidentally killed by U.S. forces that were responding to a militant attack ...
September 8, 2011
Study Says Autistic Teens Rely on School Help
A new study found that a high percentage young adults and children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) use ...
August 22, 2011
Israel Retaliates After Series of Deadly Attacks
Eight people were killed a series of attacks in Israel's southern Sinai region on Thursday, prompting Israel to ...
August 18, 2011
First Week in August Deadly For Troops in Afghanistan
In the single most deadly incident since the start of the Afghan war 10 years ago, 38 people ...
August 7, 2011
Media Slammed for Linking Islam to Norway Attacks
The United Nations' human rights office on Wednesday slammed the media for initial reports that linked the terrorist ...
July 27, 2011
Murder of Afghan President’s Brother Could Be Game Changer
The assassination of Ahmed Wali Karzai serves as a serious blow to the president's bid to maintain security ...
July 12, 2011
Colombian Rebels Detonate Horse Bomb
Two two soldiers were injured after Colombian rebels detonated explosives carried by a horse on Sunday. In a ...
July 10, 2011
Power Grid Experiments in US Might Cause Problems for Appliances
Power grid officials may conduct experiments in the near future that might mess with household appliances.
June 24, 2011
Amid Escalating Conflict, UN Calls for Ceasefire in Sudan
The United Nations on Wednesday called for a ceasefire between Sudan and Southern Sudan forces as fighting intensified ...
June 8, 2011
South Korean Tanks Blow Smoke Rings (Photos)
South Korean and U.S. military forces conducted a joint drill in Paju near the border with North Korea.
June 8, 2011
Georgian Police Attempt to Disperse Protests in Capital
Georgia police killed two people on Thursday after they fired rubber bullets and tear gas to try to ...
May 26, 2011
Sudanese Border Town Burned, Looted (Video)
Gunmen looted buildings and parts of the Sudanese border town of Abyei were were set on fire amid ...
May 23, 2011
Arson Arrest Made in Texas Wildfire, as Blazes Ravage State
A homeless man was arrested on Monday, April 18 in connection with the Texas wildfire that has burned ...
April 18, 2011
Trump Signs Executive Order Against Discrimination Of Jews In Bid To Combat Anti-Semitism Across Universities
Europe’s ‘Hallmark’ Green Deal Faces Pushback from Fossil Fuel-Reliant Member States
Horowitz Gives Damning Testimony of FBI Conduct During Its Investigation of Trump Campaign
GOP Bill Aims to Protect Businesses From Being Targeted for Political Reasons
Congress Racing the Clock to Reach Compromise on Federal Spending
DOJ Watchdog Testifies in Congress About Report on Surveillance of Trump Campaign
Canadian Senators Launch Initiatives to Uphold Rights in China, Around the World
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Fed Keeps Interest Rates on Hold Amid ‘Favorable’ Economic Outlook
A Special Ops Border Agent and His K-9 Become Super-Trackers in the Arizona Desert
CNN Adds Editor’s Note to ‘Exclusive’ Story That IG Report Debunked