When Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan is ushered into the Oval Office today, he’ll press President Barack Obama to do more to help topple Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad. Erdogan is likely to leave disappointed.
Supporters of a bipartisan Senate immigration bill prevented major changes to its visa program for high-skilled foreign workers, seeking to preserve a compromise backed by technology companies and labor groups.
A Harvard Medical School research assistant who has served as a U.S. judge for 23 years now finds herself at the center of the Boston Marathon bombing case, and by extension the post-Sept. 11 issue of whether, and when, suspected terrorists deserve constitutional rights.
The University of Kansas became the second-favorite to win next season’s college basketball men’s championship with the addition of Andrew Wiggins, the top-rated high school recruit in North America, oddsmakers said.