Posts Tagged ‘U.S.’
Doctors in the United States say a baby born with the AIDS virus appears to have been cured after receiving very early treatment with standard drug therapy.
U.S. privacy and technology activists are preparing for a new round of fighting against an information-sharing bill they say will let private companies help the government spy on the American public.
U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta says the Pentagon has dropped its ban on women in combat positions
A senior U.S. diplomat says Washington is pushing hard for tough international sanctions against North Korea following its successful long-range rocket launch last month.
Human Rights Watch is urging U.S. President Barack Obama to use his upcoming visit to Cambodia to call for an end to longstanding human rights abuses, including alleged extrajudicial killings, torture, and abductions.
A California man behind the anti-Muslim video that sparked widespread protests in the Muslim world has been sentenced to one year in prison for breaching the terms of his probation on a previous offense.
With the U.S. Elections tomorrow, here's a look at everything we've said about voting and politics.
The Central Intelligence Agency and the Pentagon are defending their handling of the September 11 attack on American facilities in Benghazi that killed four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador.
States in the U.S. Eastern seaboard are digging themselves out from one of the costliest storms in recent memory. Damage estimates from Hurricane Sandy vary greatly, but some suggest the long-term impact of the storm could neg...
Arts & Culture
Some of the biggest names in Christian rap and R&P (Rhythm and Praise) are teaming up to obliterate leprosy.