BP executives await results of diagnostic test before deciding whether a difficult top kill procedure is a viable option to plug the oil leak nearly a mile underwater.
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The Obama administration will send 1,200 National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border in an effort to stop illegal immigration and narcotics smuggling.
The Coast Guard warns against removing BP; photos document the devastation of the coast; and a reporter dives into the spill’s toxic soup.
The White House has endorsed a measure that would repeal the military’s controversial “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.
On Monday Britain’s medical council stripped Andrew Wakefield of his license, saying he had “abused his position of trust” and “brought the medical profession into disrepute.”
President Obama is contending with two hot-button issues: gays in the military and government spending.
South Korea bans trade and sea access, prepares military defense with U.S. support.
Newly declassified documents may well prove what most observers and international officials have suspected for some time: that Israel possesses nuclear weapons.
Attorneys for Hank Skinner have argued that prosecutors violated his rights by denying him access to evidence recovered from the crime scene.