Boris Berezovsky, the Russian oligarch who made headlines in 2000 after falling out with President Vladimir Putin and moving to the U.K., was found dead at his home on Saturday. He was 67.
Backyard chickens have become a coveted suburban accessory, one that packages cuteness, convenience and local food production in one fluffy feathered package.
But animal husbandry can be a nasty business, a fact that's often glossed over by poultry partisans like Martha Stewart and New Yorker writer Susan Orlean.
Originally published on Sun March 24, 2013 3:55 pm
Update at 3:52 p.m. ET.: Kerry Reacts
Speaking in Baghdad, Secretary of State John Kerry responded to news of Khatib's resignation, saying it "is not a surprise."
"It's almost inevitable, in the transition of a group such as the opposition, for these kinds of changes to take place as it evolves," he said.
Here's more from his comments:
Originally published on Sun March 24, 2013 1:46 pm
Secretary of State John Kerry is on an unannounced trip to Baghdad Sunday, and according to an official, the buzzword of the trip is "engagement."
NPR's Michele Kelemen, who's traveling with Kerry, tells our Newscast Desk that Syria is on his agenda:
Originally published on Sun March 24, 2013 5:58 pm