By DAVID STRINGERAssociated Press
LONDON (AP) - Ecuadorean officials said Monday that their government is still considering whether to grant asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who walked into Ecuador's embassy in London on June 19 with a plea for refuge. Ecuador's leftist leader
By REEM KHALIFAAssociated Press
MANAMA, Bahrain (AP) - A prominent Bahraini human rights activist was found guilty and sentenced to three months in jail on Monday on charges linked to anti-government comments he made on social media, his lawyer said Monday.
The ruling against Nabeel Rajab
EXAMINER.COM - A new chapter has been added to the game of cat and mouse played by drivers who speed and law enforcement personnel who try to catch them in the act. Only the "culprit" in this case was motionless at the time of her arrest.
ABC affiliate KTRK in Houston reports that Natalie Plummer
MONROEVILLE, Pa. (AP) - A Pittsburgh woman has been jailed on charges she attacked her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend and other women with a knife and a brick at a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant during a party for her son.
Monroeville police say 20-year-old Lynaa (leh-NAY') Eva Dobbins attacked
By MARTIGA LOHNAssociated Press
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Amy Senser so regretted a hit-and-run crash that killed a rising young restaurant chef that she tattooed his name on her wrist and told his family she waits for the day she can meet him.
Senser, the wife of former Minnesota Viking Joe Senser,
HOUSTON (AP) - Police say an 86-year-old partially blind man who cannot speak English became unruly onboard a Spirit Airlines flight to Florida, compelling the pilot to divert to Houston.
Spirit Airlines says Flight 310 from Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., landed at George Bush
By HAMZA HENDAWIAssociated Press
CAIRO (AP) - A new showdown loomed in Egypt on Monday as the country's highest court stood by its ruling that dissolved parliament last month, challenging the new Islamist president's plans to reconvene the lower chamber in defiance of the military.
By STEPHEN OHLEMACHERAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Can the Internal Revenue Service police President Barack Obama's health care mandate while simultaneously collecting all the taxes for running the federal government?
The question is being renewed in the wake of the Supreme Court's
By REBECCA SANTANA and ZARAR KHANAssociated Press
ISLAMABAD (AP) - Gunmen killed eight people in an attack Monday on a Pakistani army camp near a city where thousands of hardline Islamists stopped on their way to the capital to protest the decision to reopen the NATO supply line to Afghanistan,
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Authorities say there was a shootout at a Wilmington park as a soccer tournament was being played. One person was killed and several others were hurt.
Capt. Nancy Dietz tells The News Journal (http://delonline.us/LaorWl ) three men began firing into a crowd at Eden Park and