Politics

Ferguson Protesters Take to Street Despite Tear Gas, Police Threats

Police used tear gas to break up an evening protest in Ferguson, Mo., and arrested working journalists at a nearby McDonald's.


Ferguson Police Arrest Reporters for Covering Mike Brown Shooting

Two reporters were seized in Ferguson, Mo., yesterday without justification while covering demonstrations responding to Michael Brown's death, according to The Washington Post and The Huffington Post.


Anonymous Releases Name of Officer Who Shot Mike Brown

The hacker group Anonymous said it named the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager, in Ferguson, Mo., Saturday.


Deadline Looms to Clear Up Health Care Eligibility

The clock is ticking down for hundreds of thousands of Americans who have unresolved issues affecting their coverage under Obamacare.


Russian Aid Convoy Disappears on Way to Ukraine

A Russian convoy of 280 trucks supposedly carrying humanitarian aid hasn't arrived at a checkpoint where the Red Cross was to examine and receive the cargo.


U.N. Warns of 'Potential Genocide' on Mount Sinjar

Thousands of members of minority groups, including Yazidis and Christians, faced a major threat from Islamic State jihadists and a worsening humanitarian situation on Mount Sinar.


Kurdish Fighters Urgently Need Heavy Weapons

Islamic State militants are bristling with American weapons and armored Humvees looted from Iraqi arsenals, giving them a powerful edge over determined but undergunned Kurdish fighters.


Gaza Seaport Could Anchor Hamas-Israel Peace Deal

Palestinians want to build a port, saying Gaza needs its own gate to the world, while Israel says it cannot allow unfettered sea access unless Hamas agrees to disarm.


Martha's Vineyard Awaits the Big Hug

A conciliatory embrace between President Obama and Hillary Clinton ay be the main event tonight, when the powerful pair are scheduled to attend a party for Ann Jordan, wife of Democratic adviser Vernon Jordan.


Mary Burke Gives Wis. Dems a New Voice

Whether mingling on small-town streets, giving radio interviews or appearing at union hall rallies, Mary Burke speaks in measured tones, saying little that stirs the old partisan passions.


Congress Backs Obama's Iraq Plans

Little of the partisan pot shots that lawmakers engaged in last year over possible military intervention in Syria is happening now as American warplanes strike extremist targets in Iraq.


Russian Convoy Idles at Ukraine Border

Hundreds of Russian trucks carrying aid intended for rebel-held eastern Ukraine idled on Wednesday as Russia insisted on making deliveries itself and Ukraine insisted the cargo be loaded onto Red Cross vehicles.


Cuba Marks Castro's 88th Birthday

Cuba is marking the 88th birthday of Fidel Castro, officially celebrated in the island as a fighter for social justice and loathed in Florida as an iron-fisted dictator.


Conspiracy Theorists Say U.S. Started Islamic State

Is America behind the creation of the Islamic State? The BBC's Suzanne Kianpour, in Beirut, looks at the latest conspiracy theory doing the rounds in Lebanon.


DHS Wrongly Released 2,000 Prisoners in 2013

Low-ranking government officials didn't tell higher-ups they were releasing more than 2,000 immigrants from jails due to budget concerns, the Homeland Security Department's inspector general reported.


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