New York Times
Prime Minister David Cameron, speaking on a BBC show, echoed the caution of the Obama administration and ruled out direct British military intervention.
Seoul’s announcement raised a major question about the survival of the last symbol of inter-Korean cooperation.
The South Korean electronics giant reported its sixth straight quarter of profit growth as it increased its assault on Apple’s iPhone.
Follow live updates during the first round of the N.F.L. draft on Thursday night. As expected, the Chiefs take Eric Fisher with the No. 1 overall selection.
The billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros disclosed a 7.9 percent stake in the embattled retailer.
The White House said United States intelligence agencies now assess, with “varying degrees of confidence,” that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons.
With at least 256 people dead, a collapsed building’s owner was in hiding and pressure was building on companies that had pledged steps to ensure the safety of Bangladeshi factories.
The focus was on the positive as President Obama joined all of his living predecessors to pay tribute to George W. Bush.
Sunil Tripathi had been the subject of an incorrect rumor that he was a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings.
In a case with broad implications for the art world, a court decided largely in favor of the appropriation artist, who made use of work by the photographer Patrick Cariou without permission.
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At an emotional news conference, Anzor and Zubeidat Tsarnaev made accusations of a conspiracy theory and refused to accept the possibility that their children committed a bombing.
The House Judiciary Committee’s move was designed to keep the panel in the middle of the debate and to press a bipartisan House group that has been working on its own legislation.
The surviving suspect told investigators of their intentions, the mayor and police commissioner said, but some federal officials discounted the notion.
Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki warned on Thursday that the growing sectarian conflict in Iraq could lead to a civil war like the one raging in Syria.
The Israeli military said it felled the drone as it was flying south from Lebanon along the Mediterranean coast.
Questions about the company have followed Terry McAuliffe, a longtime Democratic operative, as he has campaigned on the slogan “Putting Jobs First.”
The White House said on Thursday that U.S. intelligence agencies now assess, with “varying degrees of confidence,” that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons.
A judge found evidence of negligence by the prison, in the case of an Israeli spy known as Prisoner X, but the chief prosecutor said there would be no indictments.
The government in Damascus claimed to have overrun a bitterly contested town east of Damascus, but rebels disputed these assertions.