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With North Korea escalating its nuclear-weapons program, shared security strategies in the Pacific are likely to overshadow U.S. President Donald Trump's economic demands as Vice... [Read More]
U.S. national security adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster arrived in Kabul Saturday, Afghanistan's defense minister said, days after the U.S. military dropped the second-largest nonnuclear... [Read More]
Turks are voting on whether to vastly expand powers of the president. Backers of the changes say they would strengthen the government at a dangerous... [Read More]
The abduction and killing of an innocent South Korean executive in the Philippines has become a national scandal amid President Duterte's war on drugs. [Read More]
Facebook says it has ramped up efforts to curb misinformation, including removing accounts and labeling fake news. But video and images disseminating fake news are... [Read More]
Javier Duarte, the fugitive governor of Veracruz state, was arrested in Guatemala on charges of racketeering and embezzlement after eluding authorities for nearly six months. [Read More]
A suit and tie was a cinch. But relaxed dress codes have left men tense about workwear. Here, some angsty issues and solid advice... [Read More]
While former Tamaulipas Gov. Tomás Yarrington was on the run last year from drug trafficking and money-laundering charges in Mexico and the U.S., he was... [Read More]
Galen Rupp is among the favorites to win the Boston Marathon, even though he's got little experience and only one American has won the race... [Read More]
A car bomb near Aleppo city targeted a convoy of buses carrying evacuees from two besieged towns, killing dozens of people, according to Syrian state... [Read More]
A shadowy hacking group, which says it stole files from the U.S. National Security Agency, released documents and hacking tools that allegedly describe a U.S.... [Read More]
U.S. military commanders are stepping up their fight against Islamist extremism, though President Donald Trump has yet to outline a global strategy for defeating Islamic... [Read More]
Byron Bay is a hippie beach town turned haute getaway spot. A guide on where to stay, eat, swim, kayak and sip Aperol spritzes by... [Read More]
Apple secured a permit for autonomous-vehicle testing in California, the clearest sign to date of progress in the company's efforts to develop self-driving car technology. [Read More]
Damascus and Pyongyang violated their agreements. Tehran can comply and still threaten millions. [Read More]
Selling autos into a crowded, competitive market will never justify today's market cap. [Read More]
Reagan and Clinton presided over a strong currency—and success. [Read More]
Gov. Dannel Malloy says he won't seek re-election, crushing Rhode Island hopes. [Read More]
The state expands its program offering $5,000 to $14,000 in education savings accounts. [Read More]
Manhattan Institute president Larry Mone says the former mayor was no policy wonk either, at least at the start. [Read More]
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