April 16, 2013 Washington, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco were among the cities taking action following the blasts.
April 15, 2013 Witnesses say the two explosions were followed by panicked and bloodied spectators as emergency services personnel rushed to the scene.
April 11, 2013 KRTSA border station linking a Mexican village called Boquillas to a U.S. national park has reopened in west Texas. Before it was sealed, the border had been an abstract one that people on either side ignored. When it closed, Boquillas' economy and residents felt it hard.
April 9, 2013 After a Senate investigation in 1975, the CIA moved away from assassinations and returned to its original mandate, spying. But as New York Times reporter Mark Mazzetti explains in his new book, the Sept. 11 attacks led the CIA back to the business of manhunting.
April 3, 2013 As North Korean leader Kim Jong Un threatens nuclear strikes on South Korea, Japan and the U.S., there is a new determination across the region to adopt a tougher line. There's talk now in Japan and South Korea that they should have nuclear weapons of their own — a position the U.S. opposes.
April 3, 2013 In his first major policy speech, the defense secretary said the Pentagon is at war with itself: There are competing and spiraling costs within the military — for aging weapons, and for health and pension benefits for military personnel and retirees. He added that U.S. military power must be used judiciously, with a keen appreciation of its limits.
March 29, 2013 Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov's remarks follow a week of tense rhetoric and tit-for-tat military moves between the two sides.