INDIANAPOLIS (AP) â€” Indiana Gov. Mike Pence defended the new state law that's garnered widespread criticism over concerns it could foster discrimination and said Sunday it wasn't a mistake to have enacted it.
CBC.caAir Canada AC624 crash lands in Halifax, at least 23 sent to hospitalCBC.caPower lines are down on the south side of Halifax Stanfield International Airport near the spot where an Air Canada Airbus A320 plane crash landed early Sunday morning, sending 23 people to hospital. Passengers on board flight AC624 from Toronto to ...Several injured after Air Canada plane leaves runway on 'abrupt' landingFox NewsAir Canada plane skids off Halifax runwaySacramento BeeAir Canada flight slides off Halifax runway; 23 taken to hospitalCTV NewsSydney Morning Herald -Bloomberg -USA TODAYall 443 news articles »
The Guardian NigeriaUPDATE 2-Nigeria opposition protests presidential vote in oil stateReuters... * Opposition says Jonathan supporters behind killings. * Voting extended into Sunday after technical glitches. * President Jonathan faces ex-military leader. * At least 15 killed in shootings on Saturday (Updates with Port Harcourt protests, changes dateline).Boko Haram advance on northern city as Nigerians voteChron.comNigeria opposition rejects presidential vote in oil stateIrish TimesVoting in Nigeria's presidential election continuesXinhuaABC Onlineall 13 news articles »
Christian Science MonitorLeading suspect in Tunisia museum attack killedChristian Science MonitorA suspect in Tunisia's deadly museum attack on foreign tourists was killed in a clash with security forces near the Algerian border. Nine suspected 'terrorists' were killed in the clash. By Associated Press March 29, 2015. About video ads. Tunis: Thousands ...Tunisia museum attack: thousands march against terrorism in TunisTelegraph.co.ukThousands of Tunisians, leaders march after Bardo attackReutersLeading Suspect in Tunisia Museum Attack Is KilledTIMEABC Online -Reuters Africaall 330 news articles »
WASHINGTON (AP) â€” Potential Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley said Sunday that the country needs fresh perspectives for confronting its problems and criticized the prospects of the Clinton and Bush families yet again seeking the White House.
CNNSingaporeans defy downpour for funeral of Lee Kuan YewCNNHeedless of the rain, Sinaporeans lined the streets to pay their respects to Lee Kuan Yew. (CNN) ? Thousands of Singaporeans gathered in pouring rain Sunday (March 29) to bid farewell to Lee Kuan Yew, the Southeast Asian city-state's founding prime ...Singaporeans bid final farewell to founding fatherXinhuaSingapore stands still as nation bids farewell to founding father LeeReutersGrateful Singapore gives Lee Kuan Yew a hero's funeralDaily MailBloomberg -The Indian Expressall 1,272 news articles »
BloombergSyrian Islamist Rebels Deal Blow to Assad With Capture of IdlibBloombergA member of the Al-Fateh opposition force is seen next to a bust depicting late Syrian President Hafez Al-Assad after Al-Fateh Army forces seized control of Idlib, Syria, on March 28, 2015. Photographer: Salih Mahmud Leyla/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images ...Syrians flee Idlib, fearing government reprisalsChron.comJumblatt congratulates Syrian 'rebels' for 'liberating' IdlibThe Daily StarActivists: Syria government forces killed detainees in IdlibAl-ArabiyaDaily Mailall 164 news articles »
BloombergMartin O'Malley Takes Aim At Hillary Clinton's 'Crown'BloombergThe former Maryland governor sounds like he's preparing to take on the former secretary of state for the Democratic nomination. Ali Elkin t alielkin. Martin O'Malley on Sunday sounded awfully like someone who plans on challenging Hillary Clinton in a ...O'Malley suggests presidency should not alternate concerning two householdsNew York RecorderO'Malley says presidency shouldn't alternate between two familiesWashington Post (blog)O'Malley: Presidency 'not some crown' families should shareTriCities.comChicago Daily Newsall 36 news articles »
Charlotte ObserverMike Pence Dodges Questions On Anti-Gay Discrimination In IndianaHuffington PostWASHINGTON -- Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) refused to say on Sunday whether it should be illegal under state law to discriminate against gays and lesbians. Pence appeared on ABC's "This Week" to defend his decision to sign a controversial piece of ...Indiana governor: 'We're not going to change this law'Kansas City StarGov. Mike Pence: Indiana 'not going to change' anti-LGBT lawCNNIndiana Governor: New Law 'Not About Discrimination'ABC NewsMSNBC -The Week Magazineall 3,172 news articles »