India said that it is disappointed with the United States' decision to sell eight nuclear-capable F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan and that it does not believe such an arms transfer will help combat terrorism.
A Chinese nationalist newspaper says American politicians are resorting to petty actions following a unanimous bill approval by the Senate to rename the plaza in front of the Chinese Embassy in Washington after an imprisoned Chinese political dissident.
Associated Press, Hong Kong | Sun, 02/14/2016 11:20 AM
It's like a romantic scene out of one of South Korea's sappy soap dramas — tens of thousands of illuminated roses forming an impressive backdrop for the lead actor and actress to declare their love for each other.
Associated Press, New York | Sun, 02/14/2016 9:11 AM
Bitter temperatures and biting winds had much of the northeastern United States bundling up for the some of the worst cold of the winter — a snap so bad it forced an ice festival in New York's Central Park to cancel and caused an interstate highway pileup in Pennsylvania that killed at least three people.
Mark Sherman, Associated Press, Washington | Sun, 02/14/2016 9:03 AM
Antonin Scalia, the influential conservative and most provocative member of the Supreme Court, has died, leaving the high court without its conservative majority and setting up an ideological confrontation over his successor in the maelstrom of a presidential election year. Scalia was 79.
Associated Press, Greenville, South Carolina | Sun, 02/14/2016 7:25 AM
Republican presidential candidates turn their sights on the South in Saturday night's debate, with Marco Rubio looking to right his campaign after a costly stumble that gave new hope to some of his rivals.
Nicole Winfield, Associated Press, Mexico City | Sun, 02/14/2016 6:39 AM
Pope Francis issued a tough-love message to Mexico's political and church elites Saturday, telling them they have a duty to provide their people with security, justice and courageous pastoral care to confront the drug-inspired violence and corruption that are tormenting the country.
Associated Press, Sau Paulo | Sat, 02/13/2016 10:45 PM
More than 200,000 army,
navy and air force troops are fanning out across Brazil to show people
how to eliminate the Aedes aegypti mosquito that spreads the Zika virus,
which many health officials believe is linked to severe birth defects.
NIicole Winfield, Associated Press, Mexico City | Sat, 02/13/2016 10:59 AM
With an exclamation of "Finally," Pope Francis embraced Patriarch Kirill on Friday in the first meeting between a pontiff and the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, a brief but historic encounter held during a stopover in Cuba before the pope flew on to Mexico.
Hyung-jin Kim, Associated Press, Seoul | Fri, 02/12/2016 9:08 PM
Looking to take a harder line after North Korea's recent nuclear test and rocket launch, Seoul and Washington will begin talks as early as next week on deploying a sophisticated US missile defense system in South Korea, officials said Friday.
Elena Becatoros, Associated Press, Athens | Fri, 02/12/2016 8:51 PM
Greek farmers wielding shepherd's staffs and throwing rocks clashed Friday with riot police in central Athens as thousands headed to the capital for a two-day protest against government plans to impose new tax hikes and overhaul the pension system.