The gesture was made in protest of the apparently "inhumane" conditions Breivik was kept in.
A U.S. official said the matter was being investigated by the Inspector General, the State Department's internal watchdog.
Anat Berko was called an "idiot" by fellow lawmakers after her controversial comments.
The full measure of King's legacy requires nothing less than to honestly wrestle with hard truths that he publicly confronted a half century ago.
In their sixth debate, expect the Republicans to discuss the economy, immigration and North Korea.
The money will help fund a petrochemical project at a company in which Kirill Shamalov has a significant interest.
A "fiscal glitch" is letting tokers imbibe without the 25 percent tax.
The State Water Resources Control Board enacts regulations to curb the state's epic drought.
Russia has been carrying out frequent tests and drills of its nuclear capabilities since pulling out of an inspection agreement with the U.S.
"I do not believe the president loves America," Politico quotes Giuliani as saying Wednesday.
The 81-year-old Supreme Court Justice admitted in a recent interview she was not "100 percent sober" at the event.
Carter benefited from bipartisan support after he was nominated in December.
Three senators and two congressmen delivered rebuttals to President Obama's speech.
In an unexpected move, the text was published on Medium, a free publishing platform available to the public.
Ahead of the 2016 presidential race, the pig-castrating congresswoman from Iowa makes sense.
The Russian president sent a letter to president Mahamoud Abbas on Saturday
Military planners said "Inherent Resolve" was "bleh," but it's the name they settled on.
Daniel Pipes argues that a separate Kurdistan is essential for a stable Middle East
Italy, one of the most indebted countries in Europe, has ignored a court order to pay wages owed to a prison chef