Obama defends intelligence tactics in wary Berlin
By Jeff Mason and Noah Barkin. BERLIN | Wed Jun 19, 2013 12:06pm EDT. BERLIN (Reuters) - President Barack Obama defended U.S. anti-terrorism tactics on a visit to Berlin on Wednesday, telling wary Germans Washington was not spying on the emails of ...
Obama and Berlin: Faded echoes meet new realities
Obama praises Berliners, calls for nuclear warhead cuts
Obama Calls for Nuclear-Arms Reduction
TWA Flight 800 gets another look 17 years later
Updated 10:28 a.m. ET. NEW YORK Former investigators of the TWA Flight 800 crash off Long Island are calling on the National Transportation Safety Board to re-examine the case. The retired investigators claim that findings were "falsified." A documentary ...
TWA Flight 800
'TWA Flight 800' filmmaker: 'Solid proof' aircraft was shot down
Former TWA Flight 800 crash investigators want federal government to re ...
San Francisco Chronicle
FBI ends hunt for Jimmy Hoffa remains at Mich. site
FBI agents using bulldozer, backhoe began digging in suburban Detroit on Monday. 061813 hoffa search. FBI agents unearthed two concrete slabs June 18, 2013 that were about 6 feet by 12 feet each in their search for Jimmy Hoffa in Oakland Township, ...
FBI ends search for Jimmy Hoffa's body
A Guide to the Life and Mystery of Jimmy...
FBI says no tie between NY and Hoffa Mich. dig
Hernandez's Rental Car to Be Searched in...
Investigators plan to execute a search warrant on an Enterprise rental car registered to New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez today, ABC News has learned. The car was near the body of a man who was found murdered Monday evening.
Dorchester man says his nephew could 'possibly' be victim in North Attleborough ...
Police at Patriots tight end's home for 2nd day
Aaron Hernandez, NFL player, is questioned by police in death investigation ...
Afghan government to shun US talks with Taliban
By Hamid Shalizi. KABUL | Wed Jun 19, 2013 11:03am EDT. KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan President Hamid Karzai said on Wednesday his government would not join U.S. peace talks with the Taliban until they were led by Afghans and would suspend ...
The ultimate symbol of why Afghan peace talks will be so difficult
Afghan President Karzai rejects peace talks with the Taliban, suspends talks with ...
Karzai, angry about Taliban's Qatar office, suspends peace, security talks
Lisa Murkowski endorses same-sex marriage
Lisa Murkowski endorsed the right of gay couples to marry on Tuesday, joining Rob Portman and Mark Kirk as the third Republican senator to do so. The Alaskan senator announced the news in comments to Anchorage radio station KTUU on Wednesday ...
Lisa Murkowski Backs Gay Marriage
GOP will broadly oppose gay marriage for foreseeable future
Sen. Lisa Murkowski Endorses Marriage Equality
Journalist Michael Hastings dies; autopsy results will take weeks
Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles County coroner's officials said Wednesday the body recovered from a fiery, single-car crash in Hollywood that apparently killed journalist Michael Hastings will likely undergo an autopsy Thursday. But an official cause of death and closure of the ...
Michael Hastings Conspiracy Theories: Car Accident And Dead Body Fuel ...
LAPD Won't Confirm Michael Hastings Was Victim In Fiery Hollywood Crash
Award-winning journalist and war correspondent Michael Hastings killed in car ...
Gunmen attack UN site in Somalia; 15 dead
Los Angeles Times
MOGADISHU, Somalia -- At least 15 people died when an Al Qaeda-linked militia attacked a U.N. compound here Wednesday, government officials said. The dead included the attackers and four foreigners, including two South African de-miners who worked ...
Attack on UN compound in Somalia called 'barbaric'
Al-Qaeda bombs UN compound in Somalia, killing 15
Somalia UN office attack by al-Shabab 'kills 15'
Baked Alaska: Unusual heat wave hits 49th state
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A heat wave hitting Alaska may not rival the blazing heat of Phoenix or Las Vegas, but to residents of the 49th state, the days of hot weather feel like a stifling oven — or a tropical paradise. With temperatures topping 80 degrees ...
Relief on the way for Alaska after record-breaking temps
It's Beach Time... In Alaska, Where Heat Wave Breaks Records
Crazy Alaska Weather Swings from Ice to Fire
Protesters out again in Brazil's biggest city
SAO PAULO - (AP) -- Scattered street demonstrations popped up around Brazil early Wednesday as protesters continued their collective cry against the low-quality public services they receive in exchange for high taxes and high prices. In one of several ...
Brazil sends national force to control protest trouble
Protesters rally for common goal
50000 protest in Sao Paulo 'tropical spring' revolt