President Obama, responding to mounting criticism of his Justice Department's seizure of reporter records, said for the first time Thursday that the administration would be reviewing its guidelines in response to the controversy. Obama said he's "troubled" by the developments and that journalists should not be "at legal risk" for doing their jobs.
President Obama spoke in unprecedented detail Thursday about the U.S. drone program, as he adamantly defended the targeted -- and controversial -- strikes as legal and necessary to national security.
British police have made two further arrests and searched multiple properties as they widened their investigation into Wednesday's fatal hacking to death of a British soldier in broad daylight on a busy London street by two Muslim terrorists.
A hastily scrawled note by President Abraham Lincoln just two months before his assassination ordering a disabled 14-year-old boy released from the army in response to a plea from the boy's father went on sale Thursday in Philadelphia.