Jeb Bush leaves door open for use of torture
Bush has suggested there may be occasions when brutal interrogations were called for to keep the country safe
Company That Sued Soldiers Closes Its Stores
The chain, which once had 24 stores, almost all right outside military bases around the country, has been holding a rolling going out of business sale.
Kerry makes whirlwind visit to Cuba for formal embassy opening
Demand for invitations to the history-making event was so brisk that there will also be an afternoon flag-raising and reception at the residence of U.S. Chief of Mission
Greek parliament approves new bailout agreement
The deal was approved on Friday morning after an intense night-long debate, where Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was challenged by members of this own party.
We've Already Used Up All Of Earth's Natural Resources For This Year
One of the most obvious signs of depleting food sources are the fish shortages much of the world is already experiencing.
Black Lives Matter Activists Disrupt Jeb Bush Rally
The protests are targeting both parties in the presidential field as activists attempt to draw attention to the movement.
Navajo Nation takes brunt of mine leak
Begaye, president of the Navajo Nation, said his tribe is bearing the brunt of the massive spill that was accidentally unleashed by EPA workers
Clarifying A ‘No’ Vote On The Iran Nuclear Agreement
A resolution to disapprove the Iran agreement may have substantial political reverberations but limited practical impact. It would not override President Obama’s authority to enter into the agreement.
ISIL claims deadly truck bombing at Baghdad market
A refrigerator truck packed with explosives blew up inside Jamila market at around 6am.
The Insurance Lobby That Fought Hillarycare and Obamacare
The connections may continue or strengthen if Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination and the presidency