Updated: 12:08 AM Iranian President-elect Hassan Rowhani speaks to the press following a visit to the Khomeini mausoleum, in Tehran Monday.
Posted: 10:42 PM President Obama says it's important to make sure chemical weapons don't proliferate in Syria. On Syria, President Putin says he and Obama "agreed to push the parties to the negotiating table."
Posted: 10:31 PM Companies marketing baby formula should be fined, lawmaker says. Lawmakers are set to debate a measure banning the use of baby bottles. An opposition lawmaker calls it "unacceptable and alarming."
Updated: 10:57 PM The founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center wants the Justice Department to investigate allegations that a Minnesota man commanded a Nazi unit accused of war crimes in World War II.
Updated: 12:08 AM Purported Snowden blog post says any possibility of a fair trial has been destroyed. Another post says Obama "deepened and expanded" abusive security programs.
Posted: 6:51 AM A glittering, $25,000 Super Bowl ring is sitting in the Kremlin's library, but does it belong there?
Posted: 9:31 PM The U.S. hacks computers in China, the NSA leaker tells a newspaper. He revealed secret U.S. programs that collect data on phone and Internet activity. There are "no signs" Edward Snowden worked with others, U.S. official says.
Posted: 6:18 PM Syria's reportedly killed 150 of its own people with sarin gas. The administration said the Syrian government has used chemical arms multiple times and indicated it will increase the "scope and scale" of aid to rebels.
Posted: 6:53 PM Violent clashes between police, protesters in Istanbul follow days of political unrest. Police fire tear gas, clear protesters' barricades in the capital of Ankara.
Posted: 6:18 PM As family members visited South Africa's first black president in the hospital, the government announced - in only the second communication on Nelson Mandela since he was hospitalized on Saturday - that his condition was "unchanged."
Posted: 1:00 PM Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes in a region of eastern Germany where the Elbe river has flooded and burst through a dam, while swollen Danube was approaching Budapest where soldiers and volunteers are building flood walls, officials said Sunday.
Posted: 10:30 PM The talks are another sign of improvement in the severely strained relations between the two sides.
Posted: 10:28 PM South Korea's Unification Ministry says Pyongyang agreed Saturday to Seoul's earlier proposal to hold talks Sunday at Panmunjom.