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Over 100 advocacy and community groups call on Department of Justice to launch hate crime investigation into murder of three Muslim students
Dozens of US House members who received campaign donations from entities linked to a wanted Turkish preacher, may have signed a letter critical of Turkey without checking facts
Carter becomes fourth Pentagon chief to hold office during Obama’s two-term presidency
Basketball fans eagerly await three-day midseason exhibition in New York
Nearly 1,000 people gather in University of North Carolina campus to remember three students gunned down
'People bang the table for the use of military force all the time. But it is easy for them to do so if there’s nothing to vote on.'
President Erdogan is in Havana as part of his Latin America tour
Quake shook high-altitude remote region near the Chilean border, according to the U.S. Geological Survey
ThreatExchange was first imagined when several social networks noticed their sites were hosting a spreading spam attack by a botnet
Officer Peter Liang pleads not guilty to six charges, including manslaughter.
New report analyzes infant market, with Apple Watch primed to explode device’s popularity
'This breakthrough has the potential to improve the lives of the 15 million people who suffer strokes worldwide each year.'
Committe of academics and intellectuals say conflict is a result of ordered social structure that over time had become the victimizer.
Proposal does not authorize use of U.S. forces 'in enduring offensive ground combat operations.'
The Turkish president also visited the monument of the Cuban national hero, Jose Marti, during the second stop of his visit to Latin America
Wade is left out of Eastern Conference All-Stars due to injury, Atlanta Hawks guard Kyle Korver steps in
A 46-year-old man was charged with the murder of three Muslim students who were shot and killed in the U.S. state of North Carolina, police said Wednesday
This is Erdogan's second stop on his official Latin America tour.
$10 million loan to Bachelet’s son’s company approved day after president secured second term
NBC News anchor Brian Williams came under fire after recanting story about role in helicopter incident in Iraq.
Turkish president departs to Cuba, the second stop on his official Latin America tour
Turkish president says Colombia is one of Turkey’s most important trade partners in Latin America and Caribbean
Turkish and Colombian presidents hold press conference following meeting in Colombia's capital Bogota
Local media says officer Peter Liang faces charges in fatal shooting of Akai Gurley
American officials say ground operations to retake ISIL-controlled cities will be led by Iraqi security forces
Obama administration rejects claims by Syria's Assad that his government receives messages from U.S.-led coalition through third parties
President could submit request to Congress as early as this week
Leaders from France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine will meet Wednesday to seek an end to bitter fighting in Ukraine
DNA sample found on coffee cup in Alberto Nisman’s apartment, who died after exposing a criminal cover-up
Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center will analyze and share threat data government agencies
Heavy rains cause flooding in more than 100 homes in Lima’s eastern districts
CyberCaliphate threatens U.S.'s first family
Colombia is Erdogan's first stop in his Latin America tour, which includes visits to Cuba and Mexico
Canadian prime minister says 'everyone hopes' for a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Ukraine
Denis Cuspert's designation comes as German Chancellor Angela Merkel meets US officials in Washington
Obama says Mueller 'represents what is best about America.'
Hackers could remotely control vehicle operations as well as steal personal information
Video streaming service among first U.S. companies to launch in Cuba since Obama’s effort at restoring ties
American president says negotiators have given Iran terms to pursue peaceful nuclear power but allows for verification
'There's no doubt that the Snowden revelations damaged impressions of Germans with respect to the U.S. government,' Obama said
US sisters thrown out in latest incident of naked photography at Angkor
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry has dismissed talks of split between US and Europe over providing arms to Ukraine, and says Washington is up for diplomacy
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says military action forced ISIL to retreat but stronger efforts are needed in the ideological war against extremists
After a prolonged struggle, famous retailer officially collapses
New feature allows viewers to switch between camera angles
'We've got to get them weapons that they need,' said Sen. John McCain.
Commuter train collides with car that had stopped on tracks at narrow crossing
New civil service minister will investigate controversial purchases of properties of the president, the first lady and the finance minister
'We believe a negotiated solution to the crisis is the right approach, and no decision has been made to provide lethal assistance," said Jen Psaki
'The committee determined that there are countless unresolved issues and it therefore falls on the government to ensure the agreements established between the company and the community are met.'
Increased need means a requirement for increased help, Secretary of State John Kerry said
Baird quits day after saying release of Canadian journalist from Egyptian jail was 'imminent.'
'It simply seems impossible that a fair review of evidence and testimony could be achieved through mass trials.'
Shipments in final quarter of 2014 down compared to the same time previous year
Budget is a 6.4 percent increase from the preceding year
Visit will include a meeting at the Oval Office followed by a working lunch
Anti-coup Egyptian activists visited Washington and asked authorities not to normalize their relations with Egyptian military government
Despite appearing to be close allies, the US and Israel have a long complicated history of tense disagreements
The Soil Moisture Active Passive will help scientists better predict natural hazards of extreme weather, climate change and droughts
Prosecutor says security cameras didn’t work in apartment building’s service elevator and none installed in stairwell
Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino López said the civilian plane suspected of transporting drugs was shot down in Venezuelan waters
State Department says settlements will have detrimental effects, inflame already heightened tensions with Palestinians and further isolate Israel internationally
The Defense Department said Friday it is 'incredibly premature' predict when an offensive in Mosul would be carried out against ISIL.
Credit ratings agency downgrades all ratings for Brazilian oil giant, currently embroiled in a huge corruption scandal
The chamber voted 62-36 to approve the north-south pipeline to carry Canadian oil
Officials revise the number of dead from 7 to 2 in gas explosion
Little improvement seen as violations abound in region, according to Human Rights Watch's annual report
The bill’s supporters have said that it is necessary to keep pressure on Iran
Power company warns its 'business is not viable' as Greater Buenos Aires hit with blackouts in 105-degree temperatures
Good news on the jobs front was tempered by Brazil's first year-end primary budget deficit since 1997
Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant will be out of action for the rest of this season
'When you provoke Europe to commit hate crimes against Muslims, then you alienate all Muslims rather that the terrorists alone.'
Tsipras' Syriza won 36.3 percent of the vote in Sunday's elections
Congressmen asks for more transparency as parents of students set to testify at UN Human Rights Council
Those pushing for an investigation say a proposed pipeline may be to blame for halting the investigation
Company says revenues driven by mobile advertising
Apple shares nears all-time high in Wednesday trading
Michelle Obama was met with online criticism for not wearing a headscarf while in Saudi Arabia
Prosecutor says Nisman didn’t end vacation early to accuse Fernandez de Kirchner of a criminal cover-up
Some of WorkMail’s capabilities will most likely appeal to European companies concerned about NSA surveillance revelations made by Edward Snowden
Critics worry legislation will infringe on individual freedoms
CELAC regional summit in Costa Rica overshadowed by diplomatic spat between Colombia and Venezuela
Investors left dismayed after delayed 2014 third quarter results fails to include losses from major corruption scandal
Fein says evidence shows no other individual was involved in the prosecutor's death but says there are ways to simulate suicide
Al-Qaeda's influence on the Sunni population and Iran's influence on Houthis put contraints on the U.S. counterterrorism strategy in Yemen.
Attorney general says he has enough evidence that 43 missing students were murdered and their remains burned by criminal gangs
'We appreciate the recognition that our negotiators could use some additional time and space,' said an Obama administration official.
App now includes curated channels from CNN, ESPN and Food Network
Castro praised attempts by the US and Cuba to normalize relations but warned, 'I don't trust the policy of the United States.'
New York City received less than 6 inches of snow while 30 inches fell in other areas of the US northeast
Applications begin Jan. 28 under new version of 'cash for citizenship' program
Student demonstrations force lawmakers to rescind legislation that would have stripped benefits from workers aged 18-24
President Santos makes two-day visit to express solidarity with France and explain current state of the peace dialogues
Unlike his predecessor, George W. Bush, Obama has emphasized international coalition building and diplomatic engagement
Despite confessions, protesters want investigation to continue
Jeffrey Alexander Sterling has been found guilty of nine counts, including disclosing a CIA operation targeting Iran's nuclear plan to a NYT reporter
Emergency has been declared in five states, including New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Rhode Island
The restructuring 'is a debt' to society given that the current agency 'evidently has not served the national interest.'
At least 23 are killed in violence that mars fourth anniversary of Egyptian uprising
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