By ERIC SCHMITT
The detailed information being prepared could be used to kill or capture some of the militants suspected in the deadly attack on the American mission in Benghazi.
By MATTHEW ROSENBERG and ROD NORDLAND
Once ambitious American plans for ending the war in Afghanistan are now being replaced by the far more modest goal of setting the stage for Afghans to work out a deal among themselves.
By ELLEN BARRY
President Mikheil Saakashvili said on Tuesday that the opposition had the lead in Georgia's hotly contested parliamentary race and should form the new government, news agencies reported.
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By ANNE BARNARD and HANIA MOURTADA
The extraordinary reproof was the government's first broadside against Hamas since the group distanced itself from President Bashar al-Assad earlier this year.
By JOHN H. CUSHMAN Jr.
Leaders of the House oversight committee listed more than a dozen episodes that they said formed the basis for the security requests.
By THOMAS ERDBRINK
In a dramatic address to the nation after a 40 percent fall in the value of Iran's currency over the past week, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said his country is facing a "psychological war" waged by the United States.