| Oct 17, 2010
Bristol Palin is dancing with the stars, Meghan McCain is a busy blogger, and Kim Jong Un is lining up as a successor to his father, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il. Being the offspring of a politician has some benefits along with the headaches.
| Sep 8, 2011
| 9:19 AM
Ask any law enforcement official and they will tell you no day is off limits to terrorists. That's really the point, the victims don't know what's coming or when. The Twin Towers were attacked on a Tuesday back in 2001. A day of no particular...
| Nov 18, 2011
| 11:05 AM
President Bill Clinton, founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation and the 42nd President of the United States of America, will come to DePauw University on Friday to mark the 25th anniversary of the Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture Series. Students,...
| Apr 4, 2012
| 8:08 AM
"Portlandia,""Homeland,""Game of Thrones,""Parks and Recreation,""Treme"and "The Colbert Report"are among the TV winners of the 71st annual Peabody Awards announced Wednesday.
The Peabody board picked 38 winners, including several PBS specials and the...
| Apr 20, 2012
| 11:39 AM
A commercial airplane carrying at least 121 people crashed Friday in Rawalpindi just before it was to land at an airport in Islamabad, according to Pakistan's Civil Aviation Authority, which cited poor weather as a possible factor.
The Bhoja Air Boeing...
| Apr 20, 2012
| 11:55 AM
A commercial airplane carrying at least 121 people crashed Friday in Rawalpindi just before it was to land at an airport in Islamabad, according toPakistan'sCivil Aviation Authority, which cited poor weather as a possible factor. No survivors have been...
| Apr 20, 2012
| 1:51 PM
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A Pakistani airliner with 127 people on board crashed in bad weather as it came in to land in Islamabad on Friday, scattering wreckage and leaving no sign of survivors.
The Boeing 737, operated by local airline Bhoja Air, was flying...
| Jan 17, 2008
A former Republican member of Congress from Michigan was indicted Wednesday in connection with his work for a U.S.-based Islamic relief organization that allegedly supported a prominent Afghan warlord.
Mark D. Siljander, 56, a Washington lobbyist who...
| Dec 27, 2007
| 7:54 PM
WASHINGTON -- For months, the Bush administration's hopes for stability in Pakistan rested on the rising influence of Benazir Bhutto. Her death Thursday shattered those hopes and threatened to paralyze U.S. priorities there: fighting terrorism, ensuring...
| Dec 28, 2007
Her voice was hoarse from days of campaign rallies. Her black hair was covered by the white head scarf she was rarely seen without, but the tunic of her traditional Pakistani outfit was a brilliant, jewel-toned purple.
She basked, as always, in the...
| Feb 13, 2008
The lingering sting of tear gas hung in the air as Roedad Khan, a retired senior civil servant in his 80s, straightened his sensible cardigan sweater and railed unreservedly against President Pervez Musharraf.
"He is shameless, simply shameless," said...