A magnitude-6.6 earthquake hits Vancouver Island in the Pacific Ocean.
The United States said it was let down by a unity pact agreed and added it could make peace efforts difficult.
Sergeant First Class Michael Barbera faces two counts of premeditated murder accused of shooting dead two deaf, unarmed Iraqi boys in 2007.
Manning has repeatedly stated her desire to live as a woman and has requested hormone replacement therapy in prison
An American from Pennsylvania, a Syrian citizen and a London resident conspired to export items as a portable scanner used to detect chemical warfare agents, according to the US Justice Department
The five-member Snohomish County Council voted unanimously to table the issue of whether to impose a moratorium on construction within a half-mile of landslide hazard areas
"We believe these new helicopters will help the Egyptian government counter extremists who threaten U.S., Egyptian, and Israeli security," Pentagon spokesman said
Groups of 150 soldiers will be sent to Poland, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia in rounds of month-long exercises in each country in what the Pentagon calls a "persistent rotational presence"
A study by Princeton University researchers has revealed that the US political system is based on a typical oligarchy.
The US Supreme Court decided to hear the case of an American born in Jerusalem, once again taking up the sensitive issue of the status of the contested city.
Checks and balances ensure both Congress and presidential administrations oversee U.S. intelligence community.
Bruyneel was banned for 10 years, while Celaya and Marti got eight-year bans after the decision by the American Arbitration Association North American Court of Arbitration for Sport
Obama is due to deliver remarks after meeting with families of victims, emergency workers, and others involved in the recovery effort
Washington and Moscow each put the onus on the other to ensure tensions are eased in the worst confrontation between Russia and the West since the Cold War.
Syrian opposition activists reported that helicopters dropped chlorine gas on Kfar Zeita on April 11 and 12.
Ruling for the New York Times, a unanimous three-judge panel said the government waived its right to secrecy by making repeated public statements justifying targeted killings.
The United States has imposed visa bans and assets freezes on several Russian officials and lawmakers deemed involved in Russia's annexation of the Crimea region from Ukraine last month
The stowaway told FBI officials that he had run away from home, climbed a fence at the airport in San Jose, California, crossed the tarmac and crawled into the wheel well of Hawaiian Airlines flight
The settlement marks the latest turn in a long-running battle over the 36-storey building owned chiefly by Alavi Foundation, a non-profit Persian and Islamic cultural centre.
James Mitchell, a retired air force psychologist, was the mastermind behind the program which used methods amounting to torture to extract information from suspected terrorists, including water-boarding, stress positions and sleep deprivation.
The United States had already said it would not grant a visa to Iran's proposed U.N. ambassador, citing the envoy's links to the 1979-1981 Tehran hostage crisis at the US embassy.