A massive online campaign against data surveillance begins on Thursday, with the support of Edward Snowden himself
Iran's Javad Zarif, talking to a gathering at the University of Denver over Skype, says hardliners in both Iran and the U.S. have sapped momentum from nuclear...
Foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says final deal within reach if 'good will' exists
David Satter is the first U.S. journalist expelled since the end of the Cold War
Across a circular expanse 180 feet high near the top of the U.S. Capitol rotunda, Kevin Hildebrand, the chief of the building’s Architecture division, spoke in...
Weekend declaration by China ratchets up chances of conflict with Japan and the U.S.
The Republican senator says he'll block every Obama appointment until he gets what he wants
Stuns staffers by seizing microphone and rambling about Freemasons, God and the Constitution
A muffled rally across Asia reveals that fear of default ran wide, but not all that deep
Prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, bracing himself for criticism, says he wants "toilets first, temples later"