Muamar Orabi can tell Secretary of State John Kerry how hard it is to make progress in the Holy Land. The top U.S. diplomat has been pushing since February to restart Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Orabi is just trying to broadcast news reports in the Palestinian territories.
It was 95 degrees Fahrenheit outside the Los Cabos conference center as President Barack Obama and fellow Group of 20 leaders pressed Chancellor Angela Merkel to take the heat out of the crisis-wracked euro area.
U.S. military services offered glimpses yesterday of how they will deliver on the Pentagon’s pledge to let women apply for front-line combat positions, and of the challenges in devising new, gender-neutral standards for warriors.
Between scouting banquet halls for eighth-grade graduation and disciplining a boy who bit a classmate, Principal Aaron Rucker spotted five gang members near William H. Ryder Elementary and pulled his silver Range Rover to the curb.
The FBI is offering $65,000 for information leading to the people responsible for a 2008 predawn attack on a military recruiting center in New York’s Times Square that may be connected to two unsolved bombings at consulates in the city.
Afghan forces are taking the lead role in security nationwide, President Hamid Karzai said at a ceremony in Kabul to mark the end of a transition as the U.S.- led international coalition winds down its 12-year war.