Can the Arab League solve the region’s problems?

Arab leaders meet in another summit as millions in the region remain caught up in wars and conflicts.

The Japanese once ruled the Boston Marathon. A war bride’s son recalls the slurs.

Joseph Amato’s dad took him to see the Japanese runners in 1966 so he could take pride in his Japanese heritage. Instead the 11-year-old was shamed for it.

The Latest: Projections show Djukanovic sweeping the vote

Preliminary projections by independent monitors in Montenegro’s presidential election have shown that ruling-party leader Milo Djukanovic has swept the vote, avoiding a runoff

The newest threat to California’s redwoods isn’t what you’d think

Most of baseball’s unwritten rules are stupid and strange

After Chance Sisco’s “Bunt Heard ‘Round The World Wide Web,� here’s a simple reminder.

How Quin Snyder set aside a broken NCAA career to become an NBA coach of the year candidate

The current Utah Jazz coach once left college basketball in disgrace, but found redemption — and kindred spirits — in the minors.

Paul Ryan on James Comey: ‘I don’t know the guy’

Ryan, who announced his retirement on Wednesday, has previously defended Comey from Trump’s attacks.

Trump assails Comey in tweetstorm, suggests ex-FBI director deserves ‘jail’

The president unleashed fury ahead of the release of Comey’s damaging tell-all book on Tuesday.

Fox’s Laura Ingraham is hemorrhaging advertisers. SNL found some eager replacements.

“The Ingraham Angle” has lost half its advertisers following its host’s criticism of Parkland, Fla., shooting survivor David Hogg.

Joe Biden again says he hasn’t ruled out 2020 run, will decide by year’s end

Biden has previously left the door open to a 2020 presidential run but gave a newly expansive account of his thinking.

Casting James Comey: From Vince Vaughn to Ben Affleck, Twitter has ideas

The former FBI director is reportedly mulling a Hollywood deal for the rights to his new memoir.

How long will Missouri’s sex-scandal-ridden governor last?

All indications are Eric Greitens will fight it out to the better end, perhaps to the detriment of his own party this November.

2018 NBA playoffs live: Bucks, Celtics could both use a second star

Breaking down all of Sunday’s NBA playoff action.

Trump’s ‘Mission Accomplished’ tweet, and the premature declaration that haunted George W. Bush

Over the past 15 years, Bush’s premature words have been mocked as political arrogance.

Two years ago nationalism sparked massive protests in Egypt. Could it happen again?

The 2016 island protests united Egyptian opposition. If Sissi fails to deliver, his patriotic talk may be a double-edged sword.

Syria’s Assad in a ‘good mood,’ scorns U.S. weaponry after airstrikes

A day after U.S.-led strikes targeted his chemical weapons program, Assad greeted Russian lawmakers and celebrated his conquest of the town that his government allegedly attacked with poison gas.

Nikki Haley says new sanctions coming on Russia

The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations said on “Face the Nation� that sanctions against Russia will be announced by Monday.

Syria’s allies say airstrikes undercut political resolution

The leaders of Russia, Iran and the Hezbollah group in Lebanon said Sunday that Western airstrikes on their ally, Syria, have complicated prospects for a political settlement to the country’s seven-year conflict.

Arab leaders meet to unify ranks with eye on Iran, Jerusalem

Saudi Arabia used its perch as host of an annual gathering of Arab leaders on Sunday to push for a unified stance against rival Iran as the regional powerhouses vie for the upper hand in wars in Syria and Yemen.

French army describes ‘underhanded’ extremist attack in Mali

The French army says a deadly extremist attack on a U.N. military camp in northern Mali was “particularly sophisticated and underhanded.�

France’s Macron defends foreign policy and economic agenda

Almost one year into his term, French President Emmanuel Macron will discuss the airstrikes in Syria and defend an economic reform agenda that has prompted widespread worker strikes.

Why Europe, not Congress, will rein in big tech

Why Europe, not Congress, will rein in big tech

Veteran Djukanovic wins Montenegro presidential election -projection

PODGORICA (Reuters) – Veteran leader Milo Djukanovic was set to win Montenegro’s presidential election on Sunday with 53.8 percent of votes, according to a projection by the Centre for Monitoring and Research (CeMI) pollster.

Pentagon wants to spot illnesses by monitoring soldiers’ smartphones

A Fairfax cybersecurity firm has been awarded a contract to develop an app that can detect health problems.