Kansas’ efforts to shut down two abortion providers will have to wait as a federal judge temporarily blocked the state Friday from imposing tough new licensing restrictions.
Defiant and unrepentant, former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic made his first appearance at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia on Friday, in a preliminary hearing during which he refused to enter a plea to the 11 counts against him including genocide, extermination, and murder.
After the radical Students for a Democratic Society split into angry factions at the organization's convention last June, the question was whether any of them could mount an effective “fall offensive.” The answer is no.
His twisted features toneless as grey clay, a middle-aged Brooklyn man last week doubled up with such pain in his abdomen that his tousled head banged his knees. For a multitude of similar sufferers from cancer of abdominal organs the only anodyne is morphine.
Were you disappointed that your Civil War movie didn’t have any battle scenes?No, I wasn’t, because it’s been done so much. There have been some wonderful films with beautifully done battles and gore and all that
The 23-year-old son of a banker from Nigeria should have tripped every alarm in the global aviation-security system put in place after 9/11: He bought a $2,831 ticket for flights from Lagos to Amsterdam to Detroit and paid for it in cash. He left no contact information with the airline
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia has successfully brought dozens of war criminals to justice, but a “truth commission” is still necessary if the region’s ethnic factions are ever to achieve lasting reconciliation, according to a former legal adviser to the court.
The United States is fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan but there are thousands of troops caught-up in a very different battle and President Barack Obama is promising to win it. Obama says he will reverse U.S
Swine flu vaccines are rolling out this month — finally.
After 30 years in the military, Roosevelt Dickerson wasn’t looking for a new career challenge. A retired Air Force chief master sergeant, he took some small-time jobs here and there for a few years nothing too strenuous, nothing too taxing.