Labor ministry backs telecommuting and working from home as means to generate up to 141,000 jobs by 2020.
Scottish lawmakers renew call for fresh independence vote in bid to remain a part of the E.U.
Analyst says release of former president ends remnants of Arab Spring uprising.
National People’s Congress sets sights on ensuring its narrative of history remains unquestioned.
U.S. and E.U. urge nations to resolve row over holding of rallies abroad.
In annual report, Jens Stoltenberg says transatlantic ties should not be taken for granted.
Report claims investigators believe contractors disgruntled over job losses may have leaked data to WikiLeaks.
Foreign policy wonks say new order is just as flawed as the original order that was suspended by American courts.
Lawmakers express support for Preet Bharara, claiming it is a ‘mistake’ to fire the New York attorney.
Early trends from state elections show BJP leading in key Uttar Pradesh.
Justice Department says career prosecutors will continue work until new attorneys can be confirmed for office.