Egypt parliament elections set for delay after court ruling
Parliamentary elections in Egypt are set to be delayed after the Supreme Court ruled part of an election law unconstitutional. The ruling struck down part of the law that defined electoral districts. Voting had been due to start on 21 March and run into April.
Russian Opposition Marches in Tribute to Murdered Leader Nemtsov
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Thousands of people gathered in central Moscow Sunday for a march to mourn murdered opposition leader Boris Nemtsov. Russian authorities, usually slow to give permission for large opposition rallies, gave quick approval for Sunday's memorial march.
More snow coming; Danielle's forecast
A winter storm warning was issued for parts of the region Sunday as more snow was expected to fall just in time for the commute Monday. Show Transcript Hide Transcript. Advertising. Video Transcript. AS WELL AS TONIGHT. AND INTO THE OVERNIGHT.
NASA 'Cable Guys' Take On ISS Spacewalk After Helmet Scare
A pair of NASA spacewalkers headed out from the International Space Station on Sunday to finish installing hundreds of feet of cable, four days after water pooled up in the helmet of one of the astronauts at the end of the previous spacewalk. The water issue ...