One of several Pakistani students rounded up by British authorities on allegations of terrorism — later dropped — described his detention as "mental torture" after returning to his native country Thursday.
President Barack Obama, facing challenges to his ambitious health care overhaul from Congress, is visiting supporters outside the capital and turning to them to muster up momentum for one of his top legislative priorities.
The Dallas Cowboys knew when they hired Summit Structures LLC to build their now-ruined practice facility that a similar fabric structure built by the company for the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority had collapsed in a storm
Three of five American contractors detained during an investigation into the slaying of another American have been released on bond after a week in Iraqi custody, a senior Iraqi judicial official said Thursday.
Chrysler may have been granted a fresh start, but it still faces old problems: how to sell enough cars and realign its fleet away from the trucks and SUVs consumers seem to no longer want or be able to afford.
The Obama administration is cautiously watching Iran's presidential election this week for signs that the Islamic Republic may be willing to engage with the United States, but U.S. officials have meager expectations for change.