By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
FIFA authorized Libya to host World Cup qualifying matches, saying the country is safe enough for its first international home games since the uprising that ousted Moammar Gadhafi.
Libya has been declared safe to host World Cup qualifying matches, the first national team games on home ground since the uprising that ousted Moammar Gadhafi.
The Obama administration is changing the guard. Minutes after the president retook the oath of office, he formally submitted nominations for his new secretary of state, secretary of defense and CIA director.
Criminal gangs have stepped up attacks on ships off Africa's west coast, even as similar incidents involving Somali pirates off the continent's east coast have declined sharply, according to the International Maritime Bureau.
President John Atta Mills vowed to help spread the wealth from Ghana's newly discovered offshore oil fields, though his death Tuesday came before the 68-year-old could even finish his first term in this West African nation long held up as a model of democracy.
In a story Nov. 26 about a bus crash in Togo, The Associated Press incorrectly identified the six victims as players from the Etoile Filante soccer club. The victims were all members of the Etoile Filante club delegation, but not current team players.
At least six topflight Togolese soccer players were killed and another 28 people critically injured on Saturday after a bus carrying their team plunged into a ravine and caught fire.
A global health fund believes millions of dollars worth of its donated malaria drugs have been stolen in recent years, vastly exceeding the levels of theft previously suspected, according to confidential documents obtained by The Associated Press.
Real Madrid has signed forward Emmanuel Adebayor from Manchester City on loan until the end of the season.
A tape released Thursday on a jihadist forum shows the first images of a group of hostages including five French citizens since they were seized two weeks ago in Niger by an al Qaeda offshoot and taken into the desert.
A homosexual Nigerian activist, who says he has received threats from the leaders of the Anglican Province of Nigeria, appears here tomorrow night at the end of a triumphal seven-week U.S. tour.