The U.N. Security Council talks Syria, John Kerry heads to Saudi Arabia and a deadline passes for a power-sharing agreement in South Sudan.
The al-Nusra Front is offered a deal to drop its terrorist ties in exchange for military support and migrant deaths in the Mediterranean are discussed in London.
The Supreme Court has begun hearing arguments in the case King v. Burwell, a case which could dramatically influence the Affordable Care Act. TRNS was on the scene for comment
Putin convenes his cabinet to talk crime, U.N. officials discuss migrant drownings in the Mediterranean and the Boston Marathon bombing trial begins.
The U.N. Security Council establishes a sanctions regime for South Sudan and a Cambodian court indicts two Khmer Rouge members for crimes against humanity.
Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the U.S. Congress and Russia’s Boris Nemtsov is laid to rest in Moscow.
John Kerry and Samantha Power talk Israel a day ahead of Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to Congress.
Mairjuana becomes legal in Washington D.C., the White House releases draft consumer privacy legislation and the WHO makes recommendations on the 2015 flu vaccine.