The double-deck, four-engine jet was greeted with a water-cannon salute
First there were three nations negotiating with Tehran over its nuclear programme. Then six. And now, mostly one the United States.
Thousands of miles from his ravaged homeland in the comfort and security of midtown Manhattan, Raed Saleh chokes up as he recalls some of the horrors he has witnessed as a rescue worker in northern Sy
Forum with Abbas’ stance for UN deadline over Israeli withdrawal
Marvel has settled a lawsuit bound for the Supreme Court that pitted the comic-book company against the family of the artist who helped create such iconic superheros as Spider-Man, Iron Man and the In
First it was a couple of low-profile doping scandals, followed by athletes from Nepal going AWOL.
Passengers on European airlines may soon be able to use portable electronics including cell phones and tablet computers any time during flights, under new safety guidelines issued Friday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will join President Barack Obama for dinner on Monday and attend a State Department lunch the next day. But there's one hitch.
Modi won't eat any of the food.
Militants with the Islamic State group, formerly known as ISIS, publicly killed a rights lawyer in the Iraqi city of Mosul after finding her guilty of apostasy in a self-styled Islamic court, the Unit
Social media abuzz with #bendgate