Wall Street Journal
US Military Aircraft Hit By Gunfire in South Sudan
Wall Street Journal
NAIROBI, Kenya—Four U.S. service members were wounded Saturday in South Sudan when a group of evacuation aircraft came under fire, U.S. officials said, a stark sign of the tumult overtaking the African nation after a split in its top leadership. The assault ...
3 US Military Aircraft Hit in S. Sudan, 4 Wounded
4 American troops injured in South Sudan
Evacuation operation aborted as US planes come under fire in South Sudan
Lockerbie bombing: Megrahi conviction 'shaky', says Terry Waite
Former hostage Terry Waite has said he believes the conviction of Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was "very shaky indeed" and has called for a further investigation into the atrocity. Mr Waite spent nearly five years in captivity after being kidnapped ...
25 years after Pan Am 103, US, Britain and Libya vow to pursue justice
Lockerbie bombing 25 years on: Victims honored on both sides of the Atlantic
Lockerbie victims remembered 25 years on
Hundreds seeking marriages turned away in Weber County
Salt Lake Tribune
Hundreds of marriage applicants were turned away at the Weber County clerk's office Saturday afternoon after they had been told the office would open to issue licenses for one hour. Weber County Clerk Ricky Hatch personally handed out an apology letter to ...
Gay marriage catches conservative Utah off guard
Utah officials to bring motion to stay regarding same-sex marriages Monday
As Utah gay couples celebrate marriages, all eyes on US appeals court
Phone companies might have to store snoop data instead of NSA, Obama says
South China Morning Post
US President Barack Obama signalled that he might halt the National Security Agency's collection and storage of millions of Americans' phone records and instead require phone companies to hold the data. Speaking at a White House news conference, ...
Sunday talk shows: How far will Obama go to curb NSA?
Congress eyes spy review in surveillance logjam
Running amok at NSA
Seven winter images for today's Winter Solstice
Winter Solstice is today, Saturday. You're as close to the winter sun as you'll ever be. Also, since it's December, look for reflexions off alien ships in the sky, better known as halos. And everyone living North of 66.5 degrees will go dark for 24 hours.
Winter Solstice: Prepare For A Really Long Night
King Arthur: 'Winter solstice celebrations were a shambles'
Winter Solstice On A Warm Weekend
New York Daily News
Four Men Arrested in Deadly NJ Carjacking
Police arrested four men in the New Jersey carjacking that left one man dead last week. Dustin Friedland, 30, was loading his car with his wife at the The Mall at Short Hills near Newark, N.J., when four men allegedly approached him, shot him in the head and ...
Police identify four suspects charged in deadly New Jersey mall carjacking
4 arrested on murder charges in Short Hills mall carjacking, officials say
Short Hills mall shooting: Despite arrests, increased security, some shoppers still ...
New York Times
Astronauts Begin Repairs on a Space Station Module
New York Times
Two NASA astronauts, working more quickly than expected, completed a spacewalk on Saturday in which they took the first steps to repair a malfunctioning pump module that is part of the cooling system for the International Space Station.
Spacewalk success! NASA astronauts ahead of schedule on ISS repairs
NASA astronauts tackle urgent spacewalking repairs
Two US astronauts take spacewalk to start repair job
Target reports few incidents of fraud after data theft
New York — US retailer Target, which revealed this week that some 40 million customers' credit and debit cards may have been compromised, said Saturday that few incidents of fraud had occurred. The popular chain store announced Thursday that hackers ...
Target Is in a Lot of Trouble Over Stolen Credit Card Numbers
Target offers discount to holiday shoppers following credit card breach
Target offers discount, free credit monitoring after card data breach
Russian oligarch Khodorkovsky reunited with family
BERLIN (AP) — The former oil baron Mikhail Khodorkovsky was reunited with his family in Berlin on Saturday, a day after being released from a decade-long imprisonment in Russia. Khodorkovsky, a prominent critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was ...
Khodorkovsky, A Free Man After A Decade In Russian Prison
Chess great Kasparov applauds Merkel for role in Khodorkovsky release
Freed from jail, Mikhail Khodorkovsky reunited with family in Berlin
Sydney Morning Herald
Company parts ways with PR exec after AIDS in Africa tweet
(CNN) -- The "tweet heard round the world" was followed by the sound of a slamming door Saturday. Media company IAC has "parted ways" with the company PR executive who tweeted: "Going to Africa. Hope I don't get AIDS. Just kidding. I'm white!".
PR executive Justine Sacco fired after insensitive tweet goes global
Tweet from PR exec's account about AIDS, Africa and race sparks outrage online
Top PR exec Justine Sacco under fire for sending racist tweet before flying to Africa