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Gates Backs Patience in Afghanistan

Gates Backs Patience in Afghanistan

"If it were up to me, I would leave the shooters for last," he said, referring to combat troops. Read »

Jun 5, 2011
Six Dead in NW Pakistan Bombing: Police

Six Dead in NW Pakistan Bombing: Police

The bombing, which occurred in Matani, is the latest to hit the country since the Read »

Jun 4, 2011
Police Break Up Indian Guru’s Hunger-Strike Camp

Police Break Up Indian Guru’s Hunger-Strike Camp

Baba Ramdev, a yoga guru who launched a hunger strike to protest government corruption in India, was removed... Read »

Jun 5, 2011
U.S. Drone Kills Top Al-Qaida Operative

U.S. Drone Kills Top Al-Qaida Operative

The operative was linked to several major attacks in Pakistan and was rumored to have succeeded Osama bin Laden... Read »

Jun 4, 2011
4 NATO Troops Killed in Afghanistan

4 NATO Troops Killed in Afghanistan

The attack marks the latest spike of the number of foreign troop casualties killed in Afghanistan this year,... Read »

Jun 4, 2011
Thousands Flee Yemen’s Capital After Attack on Saleh

Thousands Flee Yemen’s Capital After Attack on Saleh

In retaliation, Yemeni forces shelled the homes of the leaders of a tribal federation opposed to Saleh. Read »

Jun 4, 2011
9-Year-Old Completes Solo Balloon Flight

9-Year-Old Completes Solo Balloon Flight

In central New Mexico Saturday morning, Bobby Bradley became the youngest trained pilot to fly solo in a hot... Read »

Jun 4, 2011
S.Dakota Residents Fault Corps Over Flood Danger

S.Dakota Residents Fault Corps Over Flood Danger

“It’s human error,” 82-year-old resident Helmet Reuer told The Associated Press. Read »

Jun 4, 2011
NATO Choppers Ratchet Up Pressure on Khaddafy

NATO Choppers Ratchet Up Pressure on Khaddafy

The choppers damaged two military installations, a radar site and an armed checkpoint near Brega. Read »

Jun 5, 2011
The Finland Phenomenon

The Finland Phenomenon

What the U.S. can learn from the best education system in the world. Read »

Jun 3, 2011
Teacher Pensions Targeted as States Slash Budgets

Teacher Pensions Targeted as States Slash Budgets

AFT President Randi Weingarten and panel discuss education spending and pension benefits. Read »

Jun 3, 2011
Obama Visits Tornado-Damaged Joplin

Obama Visits Tornado-Damaged Joplin

"This is a national tragedy, and that means there will be a national response," he said, pledging federal... Read »

May 29, 2011
President Marks Memorial Day at Arlington
Twenty Die in Yemen Chaos

Twenty Die in Yemen Chaos

While pro-government forces fired on protesters, al-Qaida reportedly took over a Yemeni city in the south. Read »

Nov 1, 2013
10 Dead after German E. Coli Outbreak

10 Dead after German E. Coli Outbreak

The outbreak has claimed at least 10 lives and sickened 300 people. Read »

May 29, 2011
Bin Laden Raid Is Payback for CIA Deaths

Bin Laden Raid Is Payback for CIA Deaths

Tom Shah and Molly Huckaby Hardy are believed to have been the first CIA casualties in the war between the U.S. and Read »

May 29, 2011
Bus Crash in Wash. State Kills 2

Bus Crash in Wash. State Kills 2

Washington State Patrol Trooper Scott Martin said the bus was returning from Qwest Field in Seattle... Read »

May 29, 2011
Severe Weather Causes Chaos in Eastern Seaboard, 3 Dead

Severe Weather Causes Chaos in Eastern Seaboard, 3 Dead

A tornado touched down Franklin County in Pennsylvania with winds of 90 mph, but no one was injured. Read »

May 28, 2011
CIA Team Examines Bin Laden Compound

CIA Team Examines Bin Laden Compound

One American official told NBC News: “They did not leave empty-handed.” Read »

May 28, 2011
Egypt Reopens Gaza Border

Egypt Reopens Gaza Border

Egypt had placed a blockade on the Rafah border crossing four years ago in response to Hamas’s seizure of Gaza. Read »

May 28, 2011
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