SKOPJE, Macedonia — Macedonia's government declared a state of emergency Sunday in parts of the capital hit by torrential rain and floods that left at least 21 people dead, six missing and dozens injured, authorities said.
WASHINGTON — As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton basked in a diplomatic "Moscow Spring," seizing on Vladimir Putin's break from the presidency to help seal a nuclear arms-control treaty and secure Russia's acquiescence to a NATO-led military intervention in Libya.
NEW YORK — Several private universities are boosting stipends and benefits ahead of a federal ruling that could clear the way for graduate students to form unions. To some grad students, it's an attempt to persuade them that they don't need collective bargaining to get a raise.
MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine president has given the go-ahead for the burial of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos at a heroes' cemetery and says he'll allow anti-Marcos protesters to hold public demonstrations against the move.