By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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Syrian opposition leaders say they will put on trial a rebel commander shown on a Web video apparently eating the heart of a dead Syrian soldier.
An American was detained by Russian authorities late Monday, amid accusations he was trying to spy for the CIA. He's been subsequently turned over to American authorities.
Three American soldiers were killed Tuesday when a roadside bomb exploded in the Kandahar province of Afghanistan.
Syria's information minister Monday blamed Turkey's own government for deadly car bombings over the weekend near the Syrian border, Russian state-run television company RT reported.
Cyber thieves cashed in on $45 million from two Middle Eastern banks in a matter of hours in what's being billed as one of the biggest heists to hit financial facilities in history.
For the second time in just a couple weeks, Bangladesh's garment industry has been hit by disaster — this time, from a fire that swept an 11-story clothing manufacturing facility, killing eight on Thursday.
Cuba has filed its first legal challenge with the World Trade Organization, joining the fight against Australia's tough tobacco packaging laws, the Geneva-based trade body announced Monday.
China's biggest foreign exchange bank has stopped doing business with its North Korean counterpart, in the first public move Beijing has taken to contribute to international pressure following Pyongyang's illegal nuclear and missile tests.
Delaware lawmakers are set to pass a same-sex marriage bill, making the state the 11th in the nation to allow gay couples the right to wed.
Eight people, including four Saudi Arabian citizens have been arrested following a bomb attack on a Catholic church in the northern city of Arusha, Tanzanian police confirmed Monday.
President Obama is back on the jobs trail, heading to Austin, Texas, on Thursday to kick off a new series of stops aimed at promoting his new economic plan.
Raging wildfires tearing along the California coast have scorched thousands of acres and forced hundreds of fearful residents to flee as firefighters scrambled to contain the damage.
Thousands of acres have been eaten by wildfires in California, and on Friday, the blazes have continued to tear along the coastline, forcing hundreds to flee.
More than 60 were killed while digging gold in a mine in the Sudanese area of Darfur, the nation's state-run television said Thursday.
Attorneys for James Holmes, the alleged gunman in last year's Colorado theater shooting, are considering whether the law allows them to void their client's wishes and enter an insanity plea on his behalf.