Three Americans killed in Kabul hospital attack
KABUL (Reuters) - Three Americans were killed on Thursday when a security guard opened fire at a Kabul hospital funded by a U.S. Christian charity, in the latest of a spate of attacks on foreign civilians in Afghanistan. Attacks on security forces, Afghan ...
3 American workers shot, killed in Afghan hospital
3 Americans killed in attack on Kabul hospital
Rogue Cop Kills Three Americans at Kids' Hospital in Kabul, Officials Say
FDA releases proposed e-cigarette regulations
(CNN) -- The Food and Drug Administration is making another attempt at regulating electronic cigarettes and other tobacco products. NYC bans e-cigarettes. E-Cigarettes: Safe or Harmful? How safe are e-cigarettes? E-cigarette explodes, burns child.
When the FDA said it would regulate e-cigarettes, the reaction was swift.
FDA proposes regulations for e-cigarettes
E-cigarette regulations: FDA makes another proposal
Sydney Morning Herald
MH370 hunt: Australia rules out debris link
Australian officials said on Thursday that after examining detailed photographs of unidentified material that washed ashore in the southwestern part of the country they are satisfied it is not a clue in the search for the missing Malaysian plane. The Australian ...
Malaysia approves international investigation into missing flight
The Submarine Search for the Missing Jet Is Almost Done
MH370 search: police tight-lipped about debris
Obama 'weak' on Syria and Ukraine?
Conflict in Eastern Ukraine has descended into hostage taking and outright skirmishes. Diplomatic efforts to stop Vladimir Putin grabbing more territory seem to be foundering. Stephen Walt is professor of international affairs at Harvard University's John F.
REFILE-Minister warns foreign firms against leaving Russia over sanctions
Moscow Rejects Washington's Claims on Crimea as Groundless
More Sanctions 'Teed Up' Against Russia, Obama Says
FCC, in a Shift, Backs Fast Lanes for Web Traffic
New York Times
The proposed rules, drafted by Tom Wheeler, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, and his staff, would allow Internet service providers to charge companies different rates for faster connection speeds. Credit Daniel Rosenbaum for The ...
FCC Set To Change Net Neutrality Rules
Net-Neutrality Advocates Angered by FCC's Planned New Rules
Google to Netflix Pay-for-Access Deals Said to Be Review by FCC
Obama reaffirms commitment to Japan deal over islands dispute with China
Tokyo (CNN) -- The United States stands by its security agreement with Japan in its dispute with China over a group of islands, President Barack Obama said Thursday. The securities agreement between Washington and Tokyo is decades old, he told ...
Obama Reaffirms US-Japan Defense Commitment
Obama: US would defend Japan in islands dispute
Obama in Tokyo backs Japan in China island row
Search gets tougher in South Korea ferry disaster
As the 156th body was pulled from waters where the ferry Sewol sank a week ago, relatives of the nearly 150 still missing pressed the government Wednesday to finish the grim task of recovery soon. But the work was reaching a new, more complicated phase, ...
No technical problems - ferry engineer
Koreans bid farewell to victims of a disaster, and even the North speaks up
Ukraine crisis: Army moves to retake Sloviansk
Commandos have moved on the separatist stronghold of Sloviansk in eastern Ukraine days after a new "anti-terrorist" operation was announced. A number of casualties were reported among the separatists as the commandos, backed by armour, cleared ...
Ukraine official: city hall cleared of protesters
Killings and kidnappings stoke terror in eastern Ukraine
Pro-Russian separatists appeared to abandon the checkpoint earlier
Yankees' Michael Pineda ejected for using pine tar
Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was ejected from Wednesday's game against the Red Sox in the second inning when umpires found a swath of pine tar on his neck. When Pineda pitched at Yankee Stadium April 10, some viewers noticed a smudge on his.
This time Red Sox stick it to Michael Pineda, Yankees
Michael Pineda ejected from Yankees-Red Sox game after foreign substance ...
'I'll learn from mistake,' Yankee pitcher says of pine tar ejection
Earthquake shakes British Columbia; no injuries reported
An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.6 rattled the coast of British Columbia's Vancouver Island on Wednesday evening and was felt by hundreds of people in dozens of cities in Canada and the United States, the US Geological Survey said. There were no ...
BC earthquake: 6.6 magnitude quake hits near Port Alice, BC
No California tsunami alerts after 6.7 Canada earthquake
Magnitude 6.7 quake off British Columbia coast