Share

More captured most wanted Articles

  • No images of Hong Kong protests in China's media

    BEIJING (AP) — China's government has cut off news about Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests to the rest of the country, a clampdown so thorough that no image of the rallies has appeared in state-controlled media, and at least one man has been detained for reposting accounts of the events. By...

  • Ebola case stokes concerns for Liberians in Texas

    DALLAS (AP) — The first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S. has been confirmed in a man who recently traveled from Liberia to Dallas, sending chills through the area's West African community whose leaders urged caution to prevent spreading the virus. The unidentified man was critically ill and...

  • 3 soldiers charged in Mexico army killing of 22

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Months after the Mexican army said it had killed 22 suspected gang members in a fierce shootout, three soldiers are being charged with homicide. The announcement late Tuesday was just another step in dismantling the official version of the June 30 confrontation, which came...

  • 12 killed as 2 trains collide in northern India

    LUCKNOW, India (AP) — A passenger train overshot a stop signal and plowed into another train in India's northern Uttar Pradesh state, killing 12 people and injuring dozens of others, officials said Wednesday. Three coaches of the Barauni Express derailed and toppled over after the Krishak...

  • App teaches kindergartners basic computer coding

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Researchers in Massachusetts have created an app that teaches basic computer programming to kindergartners. Children as young as 5 can use the app to craft their own interactive stories and games. They don't even have to know how to read. In the free app ScratchJr,...

  • Abbott: Wouldn't veto repeal of Texas DREAM Act

    DALLAS (AP) — Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott says that as Texas governor he wouldn't veto a repeal of a law that gives in-state tuition to immigrants who entered the U.S. illegally. The law is supported by other big GOP figures including Gov. Rick Perry and George P. Bush. But in the...

  • Health official reassures public on Ebola in US

    CHICAGO (AP) — The first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S. has the head of the Chicago Department of Public Health assuring people the virus doesn't pose a significant risk to the general public. Dr. Bechara Choucair says her department has been working for more than a month with health care...

  • 2 suicide bomber attacks in Kabul kill 7, wound 21

    KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Two suicide bombers in the Afghan capital targeted two buses carrying Afghan army troops on Wednesday, killing seven and wounding 21 people, police said. The bombings, for which the Taliban claimed responsibility, came a day after Afghanistan and the United States...

  • Climate plan faces test in Montana coal country

    COLSTRIP, Mont. (AP) — Gov. Steve Bullock asserts Montana can meet the Obama administration's climate goals without losing jobs or shutting coal plants. But the view from the coal-centered town of Colstrip proved far more pessimistic Tuesday, as Bullock's claim underwent its first public test....

  • Hong Kong chief says voting beats watching TV

    HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong's embattled leader attended a flag-raising Wednesday to mark China's National Day after refusing to meet with protesters who threatened to expand pro-democracy demonstrations unless he resigns and the Chinese leadership agrees to broader electoral reforms. Chief...

  • China ship sinks off Japan coast, 9 missing

    TOKYO (AP) — Japanese coast guard rescuers were searching Wednesday for nine people believed missing after a Chinese ship sank off Japan's western coast. The coast guard said that its regional branch dispatched a patrol ship to look for the missing for at the request of Chinese rescue...

  • Revel auction still taking bids, did not adjourn

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The bankruptcy auction of Atlantic City's former Revel Casino Hotel ground into its third day early Wednesday as lawyers for the bankrupt resort continued to weigh bids. Late Tuesday night, the attorney for Florida developer Glenn Straub said the auction was...

  • Raw: Bombers Attack 2 Afghan Army Buses

    Two suicide bombers attacked two buses carrying Afghan army troops in Kabul, Afghanistan. At least 7 people were killed and close to two dozen injured. The Taliban claimed responsibility. (Oct. 1) AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Kabul, Afghanistan - 1 October, 2014 1. Various damaged bus,...

  • Reports: China body-searched 10,000 pigeons

    BEIJING (AP) — The 10,000 pigeons released in a ceremony Wednesday for China's National Day underwent unusual scrutiny, each having its feathers and anus checked for dangerous materials, state-run media reports said, reflecting government jitters over possible attacks. The symbols of peace were...

  • Australia sends 2 unarmed support planes over Iraq

    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia's prime minister says the air force is sending two unarmed planes to support U.S.-led coalition combat operations over Iraq, but will not yet launch its own airstrikes. Prime Minister Tony Abbott told Parliament an E-7A Wedgetail early warning and control...



From the Weekly Standard

  • House of Cards

    Boston

    Read More...
  • Another Fight Obama Shirks

    When it comes to military actions, President Obama likes to declare the end of wars, regardless of whether America’s opponents agree that is the case. When it comes to economic wars, he has no...

    Read More...
  • Second Time’s a Charm?

    Voters in Connecticut’s gubernatorial election this November will face a familiar choice as Republican Tom Foley squares off against Democrat Dan Malloy. Four years ago, in a nail biter for what...

    Read More...