Najam Sethi is no stranger to official harassment and death threats. Since the 1970s, the prominent Pakistani journalist has been charged with treason three times
I always believed I was special, thanks to both Mr. Rogers and my own giant ego
Good management is largely a matter of love.
Crystal Dillman says she will never understand why a group of teenage boys beat her fianc to death.
He’s already served the time, but lawyers Thursday argued to clear his name as onetime U.S. Army Sgt
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, who is scheduled to give a rare interview to CNN’s Christiane Amanpour Thursday, is one of the most controversial world leaders of recent times.
A former manager for the private contractor that provides guards for the U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan said he tried to blow the whistle more than a year ago about inadequate staffing and improper behavior by guards, including going to brothels and sex trafficking.
Afghanistan’s Independent Election Commission said Sunday it was tossing ballots from 447 polling stations in figuring results of the August presidential election. The number of votes thrown out was not immediately known, but it could be as many as tens of thousands.
Afghanistan’s Independent Election Commission sought to reassure voters Saturday that it was impartially tallying the results of the August presidential election.
A whistle-blower who helped shed light on misconduct among the ranks of contractors working as guards for the U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan is back home in England sooner than he expected after he resigned in the fallout of the scandal