In 2011, Zehaf-Bibeau begged a British Columbia judge to put him in jail, saying he was homeless and wanted to overcome a crack cocaine addiction, according to court records
Spencer is the ninth Ebola case seen in the United States and the first case in America's largest city, setting off renewed fears about the spread of the virus
The detainee was identified as Irek Hamidullan. He was captured in 2009 and has been held at a detention facility at Bagram airbase in Afghanistan.
The lawsuit came after the United Nations said it would not pay hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation requested by Haitian cholera victims
Demonstrators express solidarity with Ferguson protestors.
A video footage by TV news cameras Wednesday night shows a man scaling over the White House fence on Pennsylvania Avenue.
The travelers will be required to provide emails, phone numbers and addresses for themselves and for a friend or relative in the United States covering the 21 days
Harper said it was too early to know whether the gunman had accomplices but insisted Canada would never be intimidated.
North Korea's KCNA state news agency said Kim Jong Un, the country's leader, released the "criminal" Fowle, taking into consideration "repeated requests" from U.S. President Barack Obama
A resupply bundle intended for Kurdish forces fighting ISIL militants in the strategic Syrian town of Kobani might instead have been seized by ISIL, the Pentagon said
Jurors found three of the ex-guards guilty of manslaughter and weapons charges, and a fourth guilty of murder.
A Canadian soldier was shot at the Canadian War Memorial in Ottawa and the parliament building attacked in which gunshots were fired
He said that it was necessary to find a way to negotiate and said the U.S. would continue with these efforts
A spokesperson says Kobani may still fall to the ISIL despite U.S. airstrikes and arm supplies to the Kurdish militia.
Senior administration officials said that, based on discussions with the Iraqis, U.S. officials are looking at where advisers can be helpful, and whether there is more they can do in terms of training.
Anyone flying to the United States from Ebola-affected countries in West Africa must enter through one of five airports screening for the disease
Canadian media, citing police, identified the driver as Martin Couture-Rouleau, a resident of the town of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, near Montreal.
Turkey accuses the PYD of being an off-shoot of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, which has waged a three-decade long bloody insurgency in Turkey.
With the latest rulings, U.S. national security panel has recommended that five prisoners be transferred and that four remain in prison
Khatallah was captured in Libya by a U.S. military and FBI team and transported to the United States aboard a U.S. Navy ship to face an indictment
There are 201,200 women in US prisons, representing 8.8 percent of the total American prison population