ISLAMABAD - Cricket hero Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf party won a revote in an upmarket constituency of Karachi, unofficial results showed, a day after gunmen killed a party leader, setting the stage for protests and counter-protests. Full Article
SINGAPORE - The yen edged higher on Monday after Japan's economics minister said further weakness in the yen could harm households, while Asian shares rose in response to U.S. equities rallying on upbeat economic data.
May 19 - Red-shirted members of an anti-government movement in Thailand mark the third anniversary of a political crackdown which killed 91 people. Deborah Gembara reports.
Europe’s economic turmoil is dragging the world economy down. Despite this destructive display of unnecessary masochism, many Americans still demand that the U.S. sequester be allowed to continue slashing at public spending. Commentary
Massive, open, online classes are transforming higher education and saving students money. So why are so many administrators and professors scared? Because tech is about to disrupt their industry like it's changed so many others. Commentary
It wasn't the substance of the AP story that exasperated the government, but that the AP found a source or sources that spilled information about an ongoing intelligence operation and that even grander leaks might surge into the press corps’ rain barrels. Commentary
Evidence that sanctions are not achieving their purpose should give President Obama political breathing room to have negotiators put serious sanctions relief on the table – which could prove to be in America’s national security interest. Commentary
James Goodale, who represented the New York Times in the Pentagon Papers case, says President Obama is quickly becoming the president who does the most to erode freedom of the press. Video