Shouts of ‘Shame on Canada’ as Harper government continues to refuse to hold national inquiry into murders of Indian women.
Obama signed the one week funding bill shortly before midnight deadline.
The teacher, Adil Charkaoui, told a news conference in Montreal that anti-Muslim sentiment in Quebec is to blame for alienating Muslim students
A gunman killed seven people Thursday night in four separate locations in the U.S. state of Missouri before turning the gun on himself
Judge Eliana Marengo says hijab not suitable for court proceeding
Defense says Pentagon convening authority overseeing the trials to reduce costs by speeding up the years-long proceedings is exerting "undue influence" over the trials.
Nisha Biswal, assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia, told a news briefing the political tension needed to be addressed internally, but the United States stood ready to help.
Khalid al-Fawwaz, 52, faces up to life in prison after a jury convicted him on four conspiracy counts on their third day of deliberations.
Chief of Naval Operations Jonathan Greenert said they should be held more frequently to ensure the Navyis ready for increased operations in the Arctic as weather conditions change
Susan Rice, White House National Security Adviser will discuss with representatives to discuss economic sanctions
The Israeli leader accused world powers of abandoning a pledge to prevent Tehran from getting a nuclear bomb
A number of others have been charged recently with aiding ISIL.
Amid Naseer, 28, denied engaging in terrorism and said he was not guilty
Obama told young members of Miami's Latino community concerned about deportations that they need to turn up the political heat.
Two lower courts issued conflicting decisions on the case, leading to the Supreme Court hearing.
US closed the embassy in Somalia in 1991 but has maintained regular dialogue with Somali authorities through its embassy in Kenya.
Israels second largest Bank, Bank Leumi, admitted late last year to helping its American customers evade income taxes, hide assets, and launder their money back into the United States. The bank agreed to pay $130 million in fines to New York regulators and another $270 million to the federal government, and assist in an ongoing probe of other Israeli banks.
Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday sharply dismissed Russia’s “lies” over its role in the deadly conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Authorities refuse to speculate about why the tunnel was built and by whom.
Kerry said Israel “is safer today” than before world powers and Iran signed an interim agreement that froze key aspects of Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for limited sanctions relief.
The MI-5 officers testified in the trial of Naseer, who the U.S. government says took part in a plot to carry out bombing attacks in the United States and Europe.