Three American doctors shot dead at Afghan hospital
An Afghan security guard shot and killed three Americans at a hospital in Kabul on Thursday. Officials said the three killed were doctors, including a visiting father and son. Another doctor and U.S. nurse were wounded in the attack. District Police Chief Hafiz ...
Afghan officer kills 3 US doctors
3 Americans Killed in Kabul Hospital Attack
3 Americans killed in attack on Kabul hospital
FDA announces rules restricting e-cigarettes and cigars
Detroit Free Press
As electronic cigarettes soar in popularity, the U.S. government Thursday is proposing historic rules to ban their sale to minors and require warning labels as well as federal approval. Three years after saying it would regulate e-cigarettes, the Food and Drug ...
FDA releases proposed e-cigarette regulations
FDA Wants Warning Label on E-Cigarettes, Ban on Sales to Minors
When the FDA said it would regulate e-cigarettes, the reaction was swift.
FCC to propose pay-for-priority Internet standards
The Detroit News
Los Angeles — The Federal Communications Commission is set to propose new open Internet rules that would allow content companies to pay for faster delivery over the so-called “last mile” connection to people's homes, but enhance scrutiny of such deals ...
FCC, in a Shift, Backs Fast Lanes for Web Traffic
FCC Set To Change Net Neutrality Rules
US gives up on Net Neutrality
We Were Ordered to Abandon Ship, Crew Member Says
Four crew members of the sunken ferry Sewol enter a court in Mokpo in southwestern South Korea, 24 April 2014, to be questioned on charges of causing the deaths of passengers through abandonment. The ship's captain and six other crew members have ...
Boy and girl on Korean ferry tied life jackets together before they drowned
Investigation continues into Sewol-ho crew members
South Korean crew member says "we were ordered" to leave sinking ferry
Justin Bieber apologises after visiting controversial Yasukuni war shrine in Japan
Justin Bieber has apologised and insisted he loves Japan and China after stepping into a bitter fight over history by visiting a controversial war shrine in Tokyo. The troubled Canadian pop prince posted a snap of himself at Yasukuni shrine on his Instagram ...
Obama opens Japanese trip with sushi
Photos: Obama Visits Japan
Yankees' Michael Pineda ejected for using pine tar
Yankees pitcher Michael Pineda was ejected from Wednesday's game against the Red Sox in the second inning when umpires found a swath of pine tar on his neck. When Pineda pitched at Yankee Stadium April 10, some viewers noticed a smudge on his.
Why pine tar may be the least of Yankee Pineda's problems
This time Red Sox stick it to Michael Pineda, Yankees
Pineda tossed as Boston rolls past Yankees
US official says Hamas-PLO government would prompt aid reassessment
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States would have to reconsider its assistance to the Palestinians if Islamist group Hamas and the Palestinian Liberation Organization form a government together, a senior U.S. administration official said on Thursday.
Israel Weighs Response to Palestinian Unity Plan
Israeli FM lashes out at Palestinian unity deal
China welcomes Palestinian reconciliation deal
Oklahoma high court rejects death row inmates' drug secrecy claims, lifts stay of ...
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma high court rejects death row inmates' drug secrecy claims, lifts stay of execution. Printable Version. Email This. Tweet · Need to Register? X. Remember Me. Forgot your password? Click to View RSS Feed · Sign up for ...
Duchess of Cornwall 'devastated' at brother Mark Shand's death
The Duchess of Cornwall has been left "devastated" by news of her brother's death, Clarence House has said. Mark Shand, 62, died from a head injury after a fall in New York on Tuesday. A royal spokesman said the "sudden and tragic loss" of the ...
Camilla's brother dies in NY of head injury
Camilla's brother dies in New York of head injury
Camilla's brother dies in NY
Michael Phelps Is 'Having Fun' in Swimming Comeback
Michael Phelps (Photo : REUTERS/Aly Song) After almost two years since announcing his retirement, swimming legend Michael Phelps returns to training and admits that he is 'having fun.” Print This. Text + -. Share This. Facebook Share. Twitter Tweet.
Phelps cautious ahead of comeback
Michael Phelps launches comeback in 100 butterfly
Legendary swimmer Phelps is happy to be back doing what he loves