The brother of a British man who blew himself up in Syria has told Newsnight he should be regarded as a hero who combated the regime, not a terrorist.
No one was hurt when a home-made bomb exploded in front of the Israeli embassy in Cairo Tuesday. The office has not been used by Israeli diplomats for at least two years, following a September 2011 a
SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son wants to shake up U.S. telecom. Americans pay among the highest rates for internet in the world and yet they get some of the "worst" service, he told the U.S. Chamber of Co
On the way to a fundraiser in New York to raise cash for Democratic candidates, U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday (March 11) dropped by a Gap clothing store to purchase gifts for his wife and dau
Zach Galifianakis scored a big get with his latest guest for "Between Two Ferns." His satirical interview with President Barack Obama helped push millions to the HealthCare.gov site on Tuesday, the Wh
Malaysia Airlines MH370 is only the latest in a long line of planes that flew off the radar. Here’s a look at other mysterious disappearances over the last century.
One of the worst winters on record has had a chilling effect on the auto business, leaving dealers’ inventories in many parts of the country to pile up like so much unplowed snow. Potential car buyers
A new study says a five-point increase in a woman's BMI is linked to a 6 percent increase in cancer risk.
NSA whistle-blower, Edward Snowden, made a rare appearance at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas via Teleconference. While the connection wasn't the best, his message still got through loud and clear
In his first extensive public comments, NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden argued that mass surveillance by US intelligence failed to stop real threats like the Boston Marathon bombing. The Google Hang