As governor, Jeb Bush pressed state pension officials on behalf of a donor’s firm, then shrouded the pension fund in secrecy.
Three-quarters of world's executions happen in just three Mideast countries, according a new report from Amnesty International.
In a strange old media twist, the biggest, most provocative image in the news this week was three words of text on the front page of a newspaper.
That's what Apple expects to push during the smartwatch's first sales weekend. That's more units than the first iPad and iPhone.
For terrorists, 81 percent in news reports were labeled as Muslim, compared to the 6 percent so identified in FBI reports.
Civilians in Idlib, the only Syrian province held by rebels who are not part of ISIS, are facing airstrikes and political uncertainty. But they are hopeful too.
The Israeli prime minister said there should be no deal with Iran on its nuclear program unless Tehran backs away from statements calling for Israel’s destruction.
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