Gas explosion in London Hyatt hotel, five people hospitalised
LONDON (Reuters) - Five people were hospitalised late on Friday with injuries from a gas explosion in the basement of a Hyatt Regency hotel in London, emergency services said.
Tunisia's Essebsi's party says he's ahead in presidential vote count
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian presidential candidate Beji Caid Essebsi's campaign manager told reporters he was ahead in Sunday's election by at least 10 points, according to his own party's initial results.
FA investigating Wigan owner Whelan's remarks
LONDON (Reuters) - The English FA is looking into remarks made by Wigan Athletic owner Dave Whelan despite his apology for apparently insulting Jewish and Chinese people in a newspaper interview.
Central London rail station evacuated after fire, nobody hurt
LONDON (Reuters) - One of London's busiest railway stations, Charing Cross, was evacuated on Sunday after a fire caused by a suspected electrical fault, the British Transport Police (BTP) said.
How Obama’s immigration overhaul will divide voters in 2016 Sure, President George H.W. Bush did the same thing 25 years ago. But the consequences of Obama’s executive action will be very, very different.
Sure, President George H.W. Bush did the same thing 25 years ago. But the consequences of Obama’s executive action will be very, very different.
Gergen: Obama's dangerous move
There is something deeply troubling about President Obama's decision to grant legal safe haven to unauthorized immigrants by executive order.
Former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry dead at 78
Influential and controversial, Barry rose from a sharecropper's son to become four-term mayor of nation's capital
Iran nuke talks: Deadline 'impossible'
International negotiators in Vienna are scrambling to reach a deal on Iran's nuclear program, with media in Tehran suggesting a comprehensive agreement by Monday's deadline is "impossible."