Authorities say Sinh Vinh Ngo Nguyen admitted that he intended to travel to Pakistan, where he would provide weapons training to terrorists
State Department calls beating of journalist Tetiana Chornovol 'particularly disturbing'
U.S. officials call agreement to move Futenma base a breakthrough, though many Okinawans remain fiercely opposed
Police rounded up dozens of Brotherhood members Thursday after the government declared the group a terrorist organization
Obama signed the bill Thursday while on vacation with his family in Hawaii.
Thirty-two people are rescued after vessel capsizes while being pulled to shore by Turks and Caicos police boat in pre-dawn darkness
Former NSA contractor's disclosures have revealed government secrets, such as NSA's secret collection of telephone records from millions of Americans
Resolution would transfer troops from other UN missions in Africa to South Sudan
Heavy rain that began last week has wreaked havoc in 45 Brazilian municipalities and forces thousands to flee their homes