Fake Interpreter Was Put On Trial For Murder In 2003

The bogus sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's funeral was accused of burning a man to death in 2003.

 | Matt Moreno

'Barrel Bomb' Attack In Syria Leaves Scores Dead

Human rights activists say scores of Aleppo residents are dead after Syrian regime aircraft pounded the city with bombs.

 | Elizabeth Hagedorn

Sunday Shows: Conservative Criticism 'Frustrated' Paul Ryan

Sunday talk centered on the bipartisan budget deal and Kim Jong-Un's recent crackdown in North Korea.

 | Zach Toombs

Obama's 'You Can Keep It' Promise Wins 'Lie Of The Year'

President Obama's statement, "If you like your health care plan, you can keep it," won PolitiFact's "Lie of the Year" award for 2013.

 | Briana Koeneman

Entire White House Press Corps Goes Off On Jay Carney

The White House press corps slammed Press Secretary Jay Carney for the limited access given to photographers.

 | Christina Hartman

House Passes Bipartisan Budget Deal

The vote was thought to be the only major obstacle to passing the first bipartisan budget deal in 15 years.

 | Steven Sparkman

Kim Jong-Un's Uncle Jang Song Thaek Executed

Kim Jong-un's uncle, who was previously considered the second most powerful man in North Korea, has been executed.

 | Matt Moreno

Conservative Groups Oppose New Budget Deal

Many Republican lawmakers and high-profile conservative groups spoke out against the deal due to its proposed spending increase.

 | Christian Bryant

Pundits Sound Off On Obama-Castro Handshake

When Obama shook the Cuban president's hand at Nelson Mandela's memorial service, he set the media chattering over the possible implications.

 | Steven Sparkman

U.S. Budget Leaders Reach 2-Year Spending Deal

The deal will have to move quickly through the Republican-controlled House, with the chamber’s last day in session before the new year coming Friday.

 | Zach Toombs

How The Obama Selfie at Mandela's Service Became 'News'

The selfie certainly went viral, but is it newsworthy?

 | Nathan Byrne

U.S. Government Sells Last Of Its GM Shares

Although the government recovered only $39 billion of the $49.5 billion it put into GM, The White House says the move helped save the auto industry.

 | Zach Toombs

Ex-San Diego Mayor Bob Filner Faces 3 Months House Arrest

The former mayor was sentenced to three months of house arrest and three years probation.

 | Matt Moreno

North Korea Confirms Kim Jong Un's Powerful Uncle Ousted

North Korea's state media confirmed Jang Song Thaek's ouster saying he was removed from a party meeting Sunday despite rumors since last week.

 | Cliff Judy

Obama: Odds Of Final Iran Deal Are '50-50'

Just weeks after the U.S. reached a historic deal to curb Iran's nuclear program, President Obama downplayed the deal's chances at success.

 | Elizabeth Hagedorn

Sunday Shows: Angelou, Sharpton Reflect On Mandela's Legacy

Talk of Nelson Mandela's global impact took front and center on the Sunday shows. And GOP lawmakers expressed concern over the nuclear deal with

 | Zach Toombs

China Won't Join U.N. Talks Over Philippines Dispute

China's increasingly bold moves to secure sea territory have dominated U.S. Vice President Joe Biden's trip through East Asia this week.

 | Zach Toombs

World Trade Organization Reaches 'Historic'

The World Trade Organization came to an agreement for global trade for the first time in the group's nearly 20-year-long history.

 | Collin Ruane

White House Changes Story On Obama's Relationship To Uncle

Contradicting an earlier report that President Obama had never met his uncle Omar Obama, the White House now says the two briefly lived together.

 | Steven Sparkman

President Obama 'Forbidden' To Use iPhone

It turns out there's a reason President Obama has a BlackBerry: security. He says he's not allowed to have an iPhone but does have an iPad.

 | Christine Slusser

Fast Food Workers On Strike In More Than 100 Cities

Thousands of fast food workers are expected to walk off the job as part of a national campaign to increase the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour.

 | John O'Connor

Millennials Aren't Too Hot On Obamacare, Obama: Harvard Poll

According to a new national poll, the majority of 18- to 21-year-olds disapprove of President Obama and his signature health care act.

 | Briana Koeneman

113th Congress: Least Productive Ever?

Even the infamous "Do-Nothing Congress" of 1948 got more work done than the 113th Congress.

 | Elizabeth Hagedorn

With Much Controversy, Illinois Confronts Pension Problem

The deal, which ensures more government contribution to pensions but also cuts workers' benefits, has upset Illinois labor groups.

 | Zach Toombs

Biden In Japan Amid China Air Zone Row

Vice-President Joe Biden says he's "deeply concerned" over China's new air defense zone over islands claimed by Japan.

 | Elizabeth Hagedorn

Guardian Under Fire From U.K. Gov't Over Snowden Leaks

Unlike the U.S., the United Kingdom lacks an almost-absolute freedom of expression for the press, putting The Guardian newspaper in the hot seat.

 | Zach Toombs

Chimpanzee Lawsuit Seeks Freedom, Personhood For Apes

The Nonhuman Rights Project is filing writs of habeas corpus on behalf of four captive chimpanzees in New York.

 | Nathan Byrne

Who's Who In Thailand's Political Crisis

Political upheaval in Thailand has pitted Bangkok's urban elites against the country's rural poor.

 | Elizabeth Hagedorn

White House Declares Healthcare.gov Fixed For Vast Majority

The Obama administration says it reached its self-imposed deadline to have most of the site's problems fixed.

 | Alex Mallin

Sunday Shows: China Heightens National Security Concerns

Former CIA chief Michael Hayden calls China's move "dangerous" while David Plouffe talks about re-building the president's approval rating.

 | Zach Toombs