WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says time has come for France to take legal action against the United States while French people say they are not worried by new revelations on spying practices.
(R Reports) – The United States and China on Wednesday (June 24) said they would develop a code of conduct for state behavior in cyberspace.
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Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal announces on his website and on twitter, “I’m running for President of the United States of America” — making him the the first person of Indian-American heritage to run for the White House.
U.S. President Barack Obama says the U.S. government will no longer threaten to prosecute families who try to pay ransom to win the release of American hostages held overseas.
Thousands of protesters gather outside the Bank of England in central London to begin an anti-austerity march through the city.
(REUTERS) – If you work in Washington and had an affair or smoked a joint, you might be exposed.
The Associated Press is reporting on a new hack attack on the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
Dozens of migrants wake up at the Saint Ludovic border crossing between Italy and France after they were prevented from crossing the frontier.
Sudanese Foreign Minister says President Bashir is in South Africa to attend AU summit and will leave as scheduled despite South African court order preventing him from leaving.
(NVO) – Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton came out of the gates referencing Franklin Roosevelt and hammering a populist message in her first campaign rally held in New York.