Big storm dumps snow on East Coast, travel dicey
PHILADELPHIA â A plodding storm that dumped heavy snow on the unsuspecting Mid-Atlantic region threatened to make roads dicey in the northeast corridor for Monday's commute while travel disruptions continued to ripple across the country days after the ...
East Coast Now Being Slammed by Storm That Hit Ozarks
Winter storm causes at least one death; drops 10 inches in S. Jersey
Storm threatens nasty Monday morning commute across Northeast
New York Times
Web giants demand limits on government surveillance
Eight Web giants have joined hands to start a public campaign for new limits on how governments collect user information amid concerns of growing online surveillance. The companies -- Google Inc, Microsoft Corp, Apple Inc, Facebook Inc, Twitter, LinkedIn ...
Tech giants unite in push to make feds rein in NSA eavesdropping
Tech giants band together in anti-snooping coalition
Google: Online government surveillance could 'hit economy'
Russia Backs Off Ukraine Union After Lenin Statue Falls in Kiev
Russia cast doubt on imminent membership for Ukraine in a customs bloc after speculation a deal was close helped fire up anti-government protesters demanding President Viktor Yanukovych's resignation. In the biggest protests since the 2004 Orange ...
Ukraine protesters maintain blockade in central Kiev
Ukrainian Protesters Rally in Kiev
Officials: Police buses head to Kiev amid protests
What does purge say about North Korea's stability?
North Korea's second most powerful figure has been purged from the country's ruling elite. State media accused Chang Song-thaek of challenging the leadership of Kim Jong-un and forming a rival faction within the Workers' Party. He has been stripped of all ...
N Korea confirms removal of Kim Jong-un's 'depraved' uncle Jang Song Thaek
North Korea accuses Kim Jong-un's uncle of corruption
Kim Jong-Un's uncle was sacked because he 'committed criminal acts baffling ...
Thai Premier Calls for Elections, but Protests Continue
New York Times
BANGKOK â Facing volatile street protests and the mass resignation from Parliament of the main opposition party, Thailand's prime minister on Monday called for fresh elections, the latest in a series of attempts to defuse anger against her political party and ...
Yingluck Calls for Fresh Election to End Deadly Thai Protest (3)
Thailand's Baht, Bonds, Stocks Advance on Parliament Dissolution
Thai Prime Minister calls election after protests