Russia extends residence permit for SnowdenMOSCOW (AP) ? Russian authorities have extended a residence permit for U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, who leaked thousands of secret documents from the National Security Agency.
Janet Napolitano in hospital over side effect of cancer care
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ? University of California President Janet Napolitano, a former U.S. Homeland Security secretary and governor of Arizona, has been undergoing cancer treatment for five months and was hospitalized after suffering complications, the school system said.
Trump's Commerce nominee has business ties around globe
Unlike his soon-to-be boss, the choice for commerce secretary has agreed to divorce himself from a vast financial empire. Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross can expect questions about his business dealings ...
'I don't like tweeting': Trump
Donald Trump, whose early-morning rants and policy pronouncements on Twitter have left the world hanging on his every typed word, said he doesn't like using the social media platform in comments to air Wednesday. "I don't like tweeting," Trump told Fox News's "Fox & Friends" program. Since winning the presidency in November, the Republican has exploited Twitter to make administrative announcements, weigh in on foreign policy -- and hurl barbs at anyone who crosses him.
Tourists to be evacuated from Gambia as crisis deepensBANJUL, Gambia (AP) ? Special flights are being organized to evacuate British tourists from Gambia where the threat of a military intervention looms.
Chief of staff: George H.W. Bush hospitalized in Houston
Justices to hear free speech clash over offensive trademarksWASHINGTON (AP) ? The Supreme Court is considering a First Amendment challenge to a law barring the government from registering trademarks that are deemed offensive.
Stephen Miller: the aide 'who helped Trump find his voice'WASHINGTON (AP) ? Stephen Miller was a teenager in California when got his first political gig as a regular guest on a local conservative talk radio show, eager to complain about his liberal high school. In columns written for local newspapers, he took on what he called its plague of political correctness.
World stocks mixed as dollar regains footing after slide
Study finds global warming could steal postcard-perfect days