Saudi princess free of human-trafficking charges

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Los Angeles Times) Human trafficking charges against a Saudi royal princess were dropped in an Orange County courtroom Friday after prosecutors said there was insufficient evidence to prove more…

Foreign vote-count firm to observe elections

by Aaron Klein -- ATLANTIC CITY – The foreign-headquartered company that recently purchased the leading U.S. electronic voting firm is expanding its services to include election observation and social media monitoring services. more…

Moscow says 'nyet' to U.S. demands on Syria

by F. Michael Maloof -- WASHINGTON – The recent Syria-endorsed agreement between the United States and Russia regarding chemical weapons in Syria may be in jeopardy even before the United Nations Security Council more…

'Gone is the age of blood feuds'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (NBC NEWS) Iranian President Hassan Rouhani declared an end to "the age of blood feuds" and called for the U.S. and other governments to work together to solve issues more…

Obama finds a pen pal in Iran

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Reuters) - Next week's U.N. General Assembly meetings will offer U.S. President Barack Obama a chance to extend a hand, both literally and figuratively, to new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. more…

Pope: 'I have never been a right-winger'

by Art Moore -- [caption id="attachment_526945" align="aligncenter" width="596" caption="Pope Francis"][/caption] Did the new pope actually say "gay is OK" and people don't need to believe in God to get to heaven? Not more…

'Invisible' snipers killing Christians in Syria

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WASHINGTON TIMES) Al-Qaeda-linked Syrian rebels continue to haunt the predominantly Christian town of Maaloula as regime fighters struggle to regain power there. Maaloula, about 35 miles northeast of Damascus, more…