Pakistani police say they killed the leader of a banned sectarian group in a shootout.

Trump criticizes U.S. Border Policy, Trade Agenda
  • Mon, July 13, 2015

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump criticized U.S. immigration and trade policies on Saturday in a speech that veered from accusing Mexico of deliberately sending criminals to the U.S. to professing respect for the Mexican government.

Manhunt Continues For Drug Lord
  • Mon, July 13, 2015

How the Mexican drug lord planned his escape.

U.S. Personnel Dir. Archuleta Resigns After Data Breach
  • Mon, July 13, 2015

The U.S. governments human resources director resigned Friday, a White House official said, a day after disclosing that hackers stole personal data for more than 22 million people in one of the worst security breaches in history.

Obama’s Immigration Orders Face Dim Outlook at Federal Court
  • Mon, July 13, 2015

Obama Administration seeks to let the presidents executive actions on immigration take effect.

And Walker makes 15...
  • Mon, July 13, 2015

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker says he's running for president in 2016.

New Proposal Would Strike at Web’s Anonymity
  • Mon, July 13, 2015

Some website owners could disguise themselves.

Iran Negotiator Says Hopes for Deal, Can't Promise One by Tuesday
  • Mon, July 13, 2015

Iran and six world powers appeared close to a deal on Monday to give Tehran sanctions relief in exchange for limits on its nuclear program, but Iranian officials said talks could run past their latest midnight deadline and success was not guaranteed.

The 2016 Odds: Jeb Bush
  • Fri, July 10, 2015

Tim Constantine takes a look at how the presidential candidates for 2016 stack up. Today, it's Governor Jeb Bush.

Obama’s Immigration Orders Face Dim Outlook at Federal Court
  • Fri, July 10, 2015

The Obama administration faces an uphill battle on Friday when it seeks to convince a panel of federal judges to let the presidents executive actions on immigration take effect.

Russia Flies 'Straight Flag' to Combat 'Gay Fever'
  • Fri, July 10, 2015

President Putin's ruling party has unveiled a 'straight flag' to counteract the rainbow flag used worldwide as a symbol for gay pride.

Exclusive Washington Times Daily Briefing
  • Fri, July 10, 2015

FBI records stolen from the Office of Personnel Management which could affect millions, the South Carolina Senate votes to remove the Confederate flag, and a shakeup for the Baltimore Police Department.

S.C. Lawmaker Gives Tearful, Fiery Speech on Confederate Flag
  • Fri, July 10, 2015

Republican Rep. Jenny Anderson Horne gives a passionate speech on the House floor urging the Confederate flag be removed immediately.

Bosnian Muslims Mourn Srebrenica Victims
  • Fri, July 10, 2015

Thousands lined Sarajevos streets on Thursday as a truck bearing 136 coffins headed to Srebrenica, where newly identified victims of Europes worst massacre since World War II will be buried.

Baltimore Mayor Fires Police Chief, Following Crime Spike
  • Fri, July 10, 2015

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced that she fired Police Commissioner Anthony Batts on Wednesday, saying residents and members of the police department deserve better.

Lebanese Christians Rally Against Prime Minister
  • Fri, July 10, 2015

Angry members of a Lebanese Christian party took to the streets of Beirut, claiming Prime Minister Tammam Salam usurped powers that belong to the president, a position set aside for a Christian politician.

What you Need to Know About the Bill Cosby Controversy
  • Thu, July 09, 2015

New documents show Bill Cosby admitted to giving quaaludes to at least one woman, before sex. The sexual assault allegations he faces have impacted his career and image.

What is a 'Sanctuary City' and Why is it News?
  • Thu, July 09, 2015

Sanctuary laws are in the national spotlight after an illegal immigrant with prior deportations and a criminal history pleaded not guilty to murdering a woman at a San Francisco pier. Here is what you need to know about those laws and how they protect illegal immigrants.

China Stocks Surge in Light of Government Support
  • Thu, July 09, 2015

New measures from the Chinese government to stop an all-out crash proved successful Thursday as investors cheered a surge in the countrys stock market.

FBI Director Voices Concerns on Data Encryption
  • Thu, July 09, 2015

FBI Director James Comey testified before a Senate committee Wednesday to voice his concerns about how the rise of encrypted messaging and data services is making it increasingly hard to fight terrorism and crime.

Clintonspeak: How Hillary Learns From Bill
  • Thu, July 09, 2015

Hillary Clinton's interview with CNN revealed some characteristic ways of answering questions. Turns out, she learned from the master.

Volkswagen Recalls 62 Passats
  • Thu, July 09, 2015

Volkswagen is recalling 62 2015 Passats because of a problem that could result in leaking brake fluid. The affected vehicles were built from May 18th to May 21st. VW says no accidents have been linked to the recall.

U.S. Jobless Claims Rise to Highest Level Since February
  • Thu, July 09, 2015

New applications for U.S. unemployment insurance benefits rose last week to their highest rate since February, but remained at levels considered consistent with a firming labor market. the U.S. Depart

Jeb Bush Outlines Immigration Position In NH
  • Thu, July 09, 2015

Republican Presidential Candidate Jeb Bush outlined his immigration positions Wednesday during a town hall meeting in New Hampshire.

Source: SF Pier Gun Belonged to Federal Agent
  • Wed, July 08, 2015

A law enforcement official says the weapon used in the shooting death of a woman on a San Francisco pier belonged to a federal agent. Juan Francisco Lopez Sanchez pleaded not guilty to murder on Tuesday

A Robot Battle Between the US and Japan is Coming
  • Wed, July 08, 2015

US Company MegaBot has challenged Japanese robot maker Suidobashi Heavy Industry to a robot duel. The two will square off their 15-foot tall robots in an arena soon. Brett Larson has the details.



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