More than three months after Democrat Al Gore conceded the contested 2000 election, an independent hand recount of Florida's ballots released Tuesday says he would have lost anyway, even if officials would have allowed the hand count he requested.
The U.S. Senate voted Wednesday to require television stations to charge their lowest advertising rates for political ads.
Saudi commandos freed over 100 passengers trapped on board a hijacked plane at the Medina, Saudi Arabia, airport.
The leaders of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban told the British Broadcasting Corporation Wednesday to close down its office in Kabul, accusing the media outlet of bias in its coverage of the group's destruction of ancient statues of Buddha.
U.S. military officials are still searching for answers as to why a bombing exercise in Kuwait took a fatal turn Monday, killing six servicemen and seriously injuring three others.
With the inquiry into the collision between the USS Greeneville and a Japanese fishing boat set to resume, a military expert said one of the results of the tragedy will likely be the end of civilian guests on board naval…
The U.S. Navy convened its highest court to investigate the fatal collision of the U.S.S. Greeneville and a Japanese fishing boat.
The following is the fourth part of Rear Admiral Charles Griffiths' testimony before the Navy's Court of Inquiry. Adm. Griffiths outlines his findings about the submarine's periscope sweep of the surface and the emergency surfacing exercise.
The following is the third part of Rear Admiral Charles Griffith's testimony before the Navy's Court of Inquiry. Adm. Griffiths discusses manuevers by the sub and initial sonar contact with the Ehime-Maru.
The following is the second part of Rear Admiral Charles Griffiths' testimony before the Navy's Court of Inquiry. Adm. Griffiths discusses the Greeneville's scheduled exercises and the presence of civilians in the control room.
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