- • Top Venezuelan diplomat charges US with coup plotting
- • US judges warn of 'severe' impact from budget cuts
- • Lawyers demand US show steps toward closing Guantanamo
- • John Kerry speaks some Norwegian too!
- • Obama to meet Ireland's Kenny, Northern Ireland leaders
- • 2013 critical to Mideast peace hopes: Norwegian FM
- • Venezuelan oil will continue to flow to US: energy official
- • Pentagon has second thoughts on drone warrior medal
- • Pentagon chief orders review of sexual assault case
- • US says 'no change' to neutral Falklands stand
- • US condemns use of phosphorus in Myanmar
- • US spy agencies more pessimistic on Afghan war
- • Obama to raise maritime tussles at Asia summits
- • US Senate panel backs tougher gun background checks
- • Obama lays on charm in Congress
- • Secret tape of US private in WikiLeaks case released
- • Obama: Europe 'hungry' for transatlantic trade deal
- • US spy chief warns of cyber danger, N.Korea threat
- • Hackers post 'private data' of Michelle Obama, FBI head
- • Growing cyber threat to US infrastructure: spy chief
The drastic spending cuts that hit the United States on March 1 will "strike at the heart" of the US justice system, a group of judges warned Tuesday.
Lawyers for detainees at Guantanamo prison called for the US to show concrete steps towards closing the facility on Tuesday, citing a "humanitarian crisis" at the controversial jail.
US Secretary of State John Kerry showed off more of his hidden language skills on Tuesday, revealing he still knew some Norwegian picked up as a boy when he spent a couple of years in Oslo.
US President Barack Obama will welcome Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny to the White House on March 19 for annual St Patrick's Day festivities.
As the 20th anniversary looms for the Oslo accords between Israel and the Palestinians, a top Norwegian official warned Tuesday that 2013 would be "critical" to reviving hopes for peace.
Venezuela will continue to supply oil to the United States, despite the tit-for-tat expulsions of diplomats by Caracas and Washington, the country's oil minister said in an interview published Tuesday.