Heavy rains in Northern California prompt authorities to issue flood warnings, but the warnings are cancelled later in the day
The death toll now stands at 8 in yesterday’s bomb attack on a Baghdad restaurant – and a U.S. peace activist there says Iraqis are still fearfull of rampant crime and vexed by shortages, unemployment, and failing public services
Newly-declassified British documents indicate the Nixon administration was contemplating invading Saudi Arabia and Kuwait in 1973 in response to an Arab oil embargo against the U.S.
Afghanistan’s constitutional convention adjourns in disarray
Today is the bicentennial of Haiti’s independence. On the eve of independence day, demonstrators gather outside the French consulate in San Francisco, saying France owes Haiti a debt of nearly $22 billion