'Too many Americans go to too many prisons for far too long' says US Attorney General. Not everyone agrees
There is relief that he was not found guilty of aiding the enemy but he's still paying too high a price for whistleblowing
Juror says she wanted to convict black teen's killer and owes an apology to Trayvon Martin's parents
President Obama hands out even more plum jobs to his supporters than did Bush or Clinton
Amendment narrowly beaten by alliance of conservatives and liberals in Washington
Florida man acquitted of murdering black teen Trayvon Martin helps pull four people from vehicle
There is one last chance of justice – vigilante could be re-tried under civil rights legislation
Fears of further violence as world leaders avoid calling army takeover a 'coup'
Fugitive whistleblower risked everything to expose surveillance even Obama doesn't take too seriously
President Morsi's defiant speech makes military intervention inevitable after today's 3pm ultimatum
America stunned as 'ferocious' wildfire kills elite unit who may have tried to take refuge beneath flames
Press intrusion condemned by Makaziwe Mandela as Obama arrives in South Africa
Chancellor will hand intelligence agencies extra cash today while other departments suffer £11.5bn hair cut
George Osborne 'visibly embarrassed' as US president confuses him with 65-year-old singer Jeffrey Osborne
If we've decided to 'cut and run' by holding talks with Afghan insurgents, why not just cut and run now?
US president uses Brandenburg Gate address to defend spy agency and call for fewer nukes
Obama now said to be 'very, very hesitant' about arming rebels, while Boris Johnson calls it madness
'There will be a curious and depressing symmetry for the UK if we get involved in this madness'
Novel that gave us Big Brother and doublespeak is full of eerie similarities to US intelligence debacle