Thousands of pages of previously secret military documents about detainees at the Guantanamo Bay prison now put a name, a history and a face on hundreds of men in captivity there. The documents include details on 158 men on whom no information has ever been released.
There are reports that Syrian security forces carried out raids Sunday, imprisoning dozens of opposition activists.
After an uprising against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad began five weeks ago, a bloody clash between protesters and government forces have left more than 300 people dead, according to human rights groups.
Caught in the middle of this fighting is Syria's Christian population, which makes up 10 percent of population.
Panda Express is best known as the purveyor of sweet, sticky plates of orange chicken and beef with broccoli in malls across America. But now, the chain is taking aim at a bigger market: It's been reported that company founder Andrew Cherng is thinking about expanding into China.
But will Panda's Americanized menu fly in Beijing? Writer Jenny 8. Lee thinks it might need a little help.
As British troops closed in on New York City in the fall of 1776, Gen. George Washington had something crucially important on his mind. Congress had ordered him to hold the city, but on the eve of the battle, he set aside his maps and documents and began a letter to the steward of his estate, Mount Vernon, detailing the construction of a new garden.
Most of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's forces have pulled out of the western port city of Misrata, but rockets continue to hammer the city and rebel leaders now suggest the decision to leave Misrata might be a trick. They have called on NATO to increase its airstrikes against Gadhafi's weaponry. Peter Kenyon Linda Wertheimer Moammar Gadhafi's forces are hammering the city with rockets.