Obama Fawns Over Myanmar's Aung San Suu KyiObama stopped short of an explicit endorsement for her potential campaign for president. But his affection and deep admiration for Suu Kyi was clear.
Malaysian Official Does Not Know If Final Words From Missing Jet Came From Pilot, Co-PilotIn a press conference Sunday Malaysian authorities said the number of countries involved with the search and rescue operation for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has increased from 14 to 25.
Businessman In Navy Bribery Case Held Without BailA federal judge has ruled that Leonard Francis, the man at the heart of a multimillion dollar Navy bribery case, must be held without bail until his trial
President Obama Cancels Asia Trip Because Of Shutdown
Suspected US Drug Smuggler Arrested In ThailandAn American described as a "leading drug lord" with a network spanning Asia and the United States was sent back to the U.S. on a government-chartered plane following his arrest in Thailand, authorities said Friday.
UN: More People Than Ever Live Abroad, US Most Popular DestinationMore people around the world than ever are living abroad and the United States remains the most popular destination, according to new U.N. data released Wednesday.
Study: 1 In 10 Men In Asia Admit To Having RapedAbout 1 in 10 men in some parts of Asia admitted raping a woman who was not their partner, according to the first large studies of rape and sexual violence. When their wife or girlfriend was included, that figure rose to about a quarter.
4-Star General Takes Command Of Army In Asia, Pacific For First Time In DecadesA four-star general took command of the Army in Asia and the Pacific for the first time in nearly four decades on Friday as the military's national security focus shifts to the region.
Kerry Heads To East Asia, Seeks China's Help With North Korea TensionJohn Kerry had been secretary of state for little more than a week when North Korea tested a nuclear bomb.
Corker: Asian Leaders 'Worried' About Sequester Cuts On DefenseU.S. Sen. Bob Corker, a ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said foreign leaders from Japan, China and South Korea are concerned about U.S. fiscal health as tensions remain high over North Korea.
McCain: Idea US Will Pivot Away From Mideast Is 'Height Of Foolishness'American envoys challenged assertions Saturday that Washington seeks to diminish its role in Middle East affairs, insisting U.S. political ties and energy needs bind the country closely to a region full of "threat and promise."