He intends to leave open the option to send in combat forces if needed, a congressional official tells the AP.
Many are arguing that instead of trying to keep hackers out of networks, new defenses should neutralize them once they are inside.
Anwar Ibrahim's conviction of sodomy was upheld by the nation's top court, landing him a prison sentence of five years in a trial widely seen as politically motivated.
It's possible the public split is merely a "good cop, bad cop" tactic to push Putin to end the fighting.
In one of the most liberal states in the country, proposed measures that include expanding background checks to private sales are drawing criticism from locals.
Boston is hit with the most snowfall recorded in a 30-day period at 61.6 inches.
Homeowners who took out mortgages in Swiss francs are now reeling from the surge in its value in recent weeks.
Media visibility and legal rights are coming through but violence and unemployment still threaten that community.
The former IMF boss will testify in his Paris trial in which he is charged with taking part in an international prostitution ring.
A 16 mm camera used to film Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon goes on display at the Smithsonian after the astronaut's widow discovered it in a closet.