| Aug 28, 2011
| 4:39 PM
On his first date with Lauren Winslow in 2009, Timur Taluy took her to an Oxnard dive bar. But by the time he proposed, he’d really upped his game.
Taluy, whose father is from Turkey, took Winslow abroad in 2010 to meet some of his relatives. In...
| Oct 24, 2011
| 11:37 AM
As it continues to grapple with the aftermath of a massive earthquake, Turkey has declined disaster assistance from Armenia and Israel, two nations with which Ankara has strained relationships, according to Reuters.
Ankara's rejection of most offers of...
| Jan 14, 2012
Reporting from Nicosia, Cyprus -- Rauf Denktash, the former Turkish Cypriot leader whose determined pursuit of a separate state for his people and strong opposition to the divided island's reunification defined a political career spanning six decades,...
| Jul 20, 2011
| 11:18 AM
Earlier this week, Moody's credit rating agency announced it is reviewing the credit of Maryland and four other AAA rated states in light of the debate in Washington about the possible default of U.S. government debt — even though Maryland pays...
| Sep 10, 2012
| 9:46 AM
Baghdad -- The vice president of Iraq -- the country's top Sunni politician -- pleaded for calm Monday following his death sentence in absentia, while lashing out at Shiite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki over what he described as a politically motivated...
| Feb 25, 2012
| 11:38 AM
Eileen S. Tarcay, who had taught English and journalism at what is now Coppin State University and was a prolific contributor of freelance articles to The Baltimore Sun, died Feb. 18 from complications of a stroke at a Salt Lake City nursing home. The...
| Aug 14, 2012
| 5:13 AM
Walter C. Frankenberger was born June 10, 1931, to Earl and Marie (Gerritson) Frankenberger in Aberdeen.
He attended Aberdeen Central High School and graduated in 1949. He entered the U.S. Air Force in 1951, where he was stationed in Fort Worth, Texas;...
| Jun 27, 2013
| 4:12 PM
Brazil: Nearly 100 cities continued to see mass protests in the streets and at airports during the Confederations Cup, which began June 15. Some estimates put the number of demonstrators at more than 1 million, adding to the crowds attending the games....
| Mar 8, 2013
| 1:05 AM
WASHINGTON - The FBI and the CIA helped capture an alleged al-Qaida spokesman who was Osama bin Laden's son-in-law and have flown him to New York City to face terrorism-related charges, U.S. officials said.
Sulaiman Abu Ghaith was taken into U.S....
| Jun 6, 2013
| 11:43 AM
ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey's prime minister used less belligerent language Thursday but said he would go ahead with redevelopment plans that have sparked nationwide protests, in comments that could be decisive in determining whether demonstrations...
| Feb 2, 2013
| 1:38 PM
ISTANBUL (AP) — Long before al-Qaida, when the Cold War gripped the world, leftist terrorists staged spectacular attacks in a doomed campaign to overthrow governments and impose their vision of a socialist utopia. The bulk of these extremist...