Today saw the final day of testimony from witnesses called on behalf of the defense team for the convicted Boston bomber.
There’s speculation that the new king of Saudi Arabia decided not to visit the Washington due to U.S. negotiations with Iran.
According to some, India’s prime minister may be trying to shut out foreign charities and campaign groups.
As the EU plans for use of force, Doctors Without Borders is traveling by sea on its own search-and-rescue effort.
In Santa Cruz, residents can attend a one-night course on water conservation that allows them to then waive overuse penalties.
There are now six Republicans officially running for president. Kay Henderson of Iowa Radio and Paul Steinhauser of NH1 discuss the latest.
British Prime Minister David Cameron and his party have won an unexpectedly decisive victory. Polls had predicted a very tight race.
President Obama is expected to use Nike’s 270-acre campus as the backdrop to discuss the upsides of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
NPR’s Ari Shapiro has been speaking with voters, says there’s a sense of relief that a complicated election season is coming to a close.
Six Democrats and one Republican are vying to become Philadelphia’s next mayor, as Mayor Michael Nutter ends his final term.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scrambling to meet a deadline to form a coalition government or be forced to step down.
The $5.5 million reparation package will compensate victims of police torture, from 1972 to 1991.
The curfew has been lifted, National Guard Troops are pulling out and businesses, including CVS, are saying they will rebuild.
The next prime minister could determine whether Britain stays in the E.U., whether Scotland stays in the U.K. and future economic policy.
The island is in its eighth year of recession, the unemployment rate is 12 percent and tens of thousands of people have left in recent years.