Vowing to avoid "another Libya," the U.S. and its allies challenged Russia on Tuesday to overcome its opposition to a U.N. draft resolution demanding that Syrian President Bashar Assad yield power and end the violence that has killed thousands
By the time fans began filing into his Election Night soiree in a capacious Orlando ballroom, there were signs Newt Gingrich had yielded to the grim reality awaiting him. Television screens, speeches and placards distributed to supporters broadcast the campaign's new mantra: 46 STATES TO GO. "It's not over," the local Republican Party chairman assured the crowd.
As New York Giants prepare to take on the New England Patriots in Superbowl XLVI, TIME takes a look at other times New York City and Boston teams have battled it out on the field (or court or rink or diamond)
"There is the faint whiff of the lynch mob on the village green about this, but that isn't to say that the end result isn't what is right."
LORD DIGBY JONES, former Labour party chief, responding to the news that Royal Bank of Scotland's former head Fred Goodwin was stripped of his knighthood for bringing the financial system into disrepute for his role during the 2008 financial crisis