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John Kerry

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Iran talks: Kerry still sees 'tricky issues'

As nuclear talks with Iran neared the endgame, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry shied away from predicting success.

Difficult issues remain on the table as the world's most powerful diplomats meet in Switzerland with Iranian nuclear negotiators, Ker...

Yemen Aden

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Yemen: Foreign boots could hit the ground

At any moment, Saudi troops could march through Yemen, heating up an already intense conflict that could have ramifications across the Middle East.

On Monday, a Saudi-led coalition of nine countries continued airstrikes against Shiite Houthi rebels, w...

Venice sink or swim

Phillip Bloom

Venice's sink or swim moment

"Attenzione, the wine!"

That is an old punchline in the Weir home, thanks to plastic cups of Chianti, a low bridge and a gondolier named Marco.

Floyd Dent beating

Inkster Police Department

Michigan man says he was beaten by police

Floyd Dent and the police officers in Inkster, Michigan, who stopped him in January agree that he was pulled over in a traffic stop, that Dent is African-American and the officer who bloodied and then arrested him that night is white.

Andreas Lubitz running

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Germanwings co-pilot suicidal at one time

The investigation into the crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 has not revealed evidence of the co-pilot Andreas Lubitz's motive, but he suffered from suicidal tendencies at some point before his aviation career, a spokesman for the prosecutor's office ...

Demonstrators in Indianapolis over religious freedom law

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Indiana legislators pledge to 'fix' law

Indiana's top two state lawmakers pledged Monday to amend the state's controversial "religious freedom" law to clarify that it cannot be used to discriminate against gay people.

John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse, Tsarnaev trial

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US ends Boston case with grisly photos

An 8-year-old boy who once urged people to "stop hurting each other" was literally blown apart by a homemade bomb as he watched the 2013 Boston Marathon with his family, jurors heard Monday.

Federal prosecutors rested their case with grisly testimony ...

Obama speaks at Kennedy Institute dedication

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Obama salutes 'Lion of the Senate' Kennedy

President Barack Obama, formally dedicating on Monday an institute to the U.S. Senate and one of its legendary occupants, hailed the importance of the legislative body even while suggesting its best days have faded.

Speaking at the Boston waterfront s...

Houston chase video

Houston police chase ends with capture

A suspected car burglar led police on a chase and forced the lockdown of some schools in the Houston area Monday.

Spence Jackson

Missouri politics roiled by second suicide

A month after Missouri's auditor committed suicide, police say the auditor's spokesman has shot himself in another apparent suicide.

The death of Spence Jackson, the spokesman who had provided the official notice of auditor Tom Schweich's death on Fe...

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