Strong aftershocks jolted mountain villages Wednesday, setting off landslides that blocked relief convoys trying to reach earthquake survivors who were burying their dead and searching the rubble for survivors.
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales says President Bush has the "inherent authority to decide who should have classified information." This after a former top aide to Vice President Cheney suggested in court papers that Bush approved a leak of...
Calling for the largest increase in defense spending in 20 years and asking Congress to nearly double the money for homeland security, President Bush promised Saturday to ``spend what it takes to win the war against terrorism.''
U.S. stocks are set to open higher Tuesday, a day after upbeat economic news pushed stocks to their highest level in nearly a year. Since hitting a low for the year on March 11, the Dow is up about 24 percent, the Nasdaq has gained 31 percent and...
U.S. jets resumed bombing raids over the front lines north of Kabul for a fifth day Thursday, a bus reported hit in Kandahar, and some opposition commanders called on the United States to send ground troops and liquidate the Taliban quickly.
Three Islamic militants believed to have participated in the abduction and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl appeared in court Monday and were ordered jailed for two more weeks while prosecutors develop their case.
Juggling his domestic, foreign policy and political agendas, President Bush is taking a step toward sanctions against war-ravaged Sudan, meeting NATO's chief on expanding the alliance and hosting major Republican donors.