MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A proposed increase in the U.S. military presence in the Philippines, including the pre-positioning of equipment, will help the country defend its territorial waters amid a conflict with China in the South China Sea,
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts has launched a new eMuseum that gives online visitors access to its collection of more than 4,200 works.
The KIA recently announced that online visitors may search a database
ISLAMABAD (AP) — A Pakistani military official has accused Indian troops of shelling Pakistani territory along the disputed Kashmir border and killing a civilian.
The official says Indian troops engaged in “unprovoked firing” in the early morning hours
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — A U.S.-based human rights group on Monday denounced the arrest of a Bangladeshi activist and demanded his immediate release.
Police picked up Adilur Rahman Khan in front of his residence in the capital late
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Twice as fast as an airplane, cheaper than a bullet train and completely self-powered: that’s the mysterious transportation system that inventor and entrepreneur Elon Musk is promising to reveal design plans for Monday.
JOHNSTON, R.I. (AP) — Police are pursuing the link between two Rhode Island men and the two women found slain in a home from which the toddler son of one victim was kidnapped.
Malcolm Crowell, 22, and Daniel
BEL AIR, Md. (AP) — Immigration advocates are swarming the country this month, trying to persuade House Republicans to pass a comprehensive overhaul. It was hard to tell at the town-hall meeting that second-term Republican Rep. Andy Harris
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton’s effort to carefully craft her post-Cabinet image has hit a few bumps.
A sexting scandal in the New York City mayoral race and a federal investigation that’s roiling the Virginia governor’s race
WASHINGTON (AP) — It’s not just the government that might be keeping tabs on you. Many retailers are tracking you, too — or at least your merchandise returns.
The companies say it’s all in the name of security
FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — The trial of Maj. Nidal Hasan is set to resume after more than 40 witnesses described how he prepared and carried out a shooting massacre that left 13 dead at Fort Hood.