A bipartisan budget bill to keep the U.S. government operating for the next two fiscal years was approved Thursday evening by the House of Representatives. The vote was 332 to 94 in favor of the budget plan, which was announced Tuesday by Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and Senator Patty Murray, D-Wash.
Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., stood side by side Tuesday evening in Washington D.C. as they announced the details of a bipartisan budget agreement that would fund the United States government for the next two fiscal years.
A Mozambique Airlines plane crashed on Friday in a Namibian national park near that country's border with Angola, killing all 33 people on board. The Mozambique Airlines confirmed the loss of LAM flight TM 470.
In addition to six crew members, the Brazilian manufactured Embraer-190 plane was carrying...
Two people have been killed and about 45 people wounded on Saturday amid violent anti-government protests in the Thai capital of Bangkok, according to media reports.
Violence reportedly broke out after a confrontation late on Saturday between opposition protestors and supporters of Thailand Prime...
Afghanistan's traditional Loya Jirga or grand assembly of tribal elders and notables after four-day debates approved the security pact know as Bilateral Security Agreement with the United States on Sunday, according to media reports.
The resolution wants the security agreement should be signed by...
Six world powers and Iran reached an initial agreement early Sunday morning that halts the progress of Iran's nuclear program and rolls it back in key respects. In return, as part of the initial step, the P5+1 will provide limited, temporary, targeted, and reversible relief to Iran.
With the dysfunction in Washington that resulted in the recent government shutdown continuing to weigh on the national psyche, the results of two new polls show that the approval ratings for President Barack Obama and Congress have both hit record lows.
A Quinnipiac University national poll found that just 39 percent of voters approve of the way Obama is handling his job as president.