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Iran’s top security official accused the U.S. of delaying political decisions needed to revive a key nuclear deal, highlighting the tensions that continue to bedevil talks despite claims by all … more
KYIV, Ukraine — Hundreds were feared dead in the embattled Ukrainian port city of Mariupol on Thursday after more than a day of Russian bombardment left buildings in ruins and civilians … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment insurance fell by more than forecast to the lowest level since the start of the year, as COVID-19 cases decline and restrictions ease. Initial unemployment … more
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Growing up in Taiwan, Huang Yu-lin has become accustomed to chatter about potential military conflict with mainland China. But it wasn't until Russia invaded Ukraine that she … more
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Thursday the government may invoke the "state secrets" privilege to block former U.S. contractors from testifying about the now well-known waterboarding and … more
WASHINGTON — The House voted 256-174 Thursday to pass a bill that would overhaul benefits for veterans exposed to toxic substances during their service, but the many differences with the Senate … more
KYIV, Ukraine — Russian forces Wednesday intensified a wide-ranging offensive targeting key Ukrainian cities, menacing the capital of Kyiv with a miles-long military convoy, launching deadly … more
MIAMI — The Biden administration is expected to announce a partial staffing increase in the U.S. Embassy in Havana that will help address a yearslong visa backlog affecting thousands of Cuban … more
WASHINGTON — Beginning this month, Americans will be able to head to their local pharmacy for a COVID-19 test and, if they test positive, receive antiviral pills on the spot, at no cost to … more
WASHINGTON — Car crash fatality rates increased 21% in 2020, even as total crashes and injuries decreased, according to a final report released Wednesday by the National Highway Traffic Safety … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Tuesday evening heralded the power of democracy in his first State of the Union address, praising the West’s response to Russian leader Vladimir … more
WASHINGTON — Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearings will begin March 21, a top Democrat announced Wednesday. “The hearings will begin on … more
Minutes after Jessie Boeckmann started her trek with her 4-day-old infant toward the Ukrainian-Polish border in 30-degree weather, she questioned whether she'd made the right choice. The … more
KYIV, Ukraine — Russian forces continued to batter targets in Ukraine on Tuesday, striking government buildings, a television tower and the country’s main Holocaust memorial, and … more
The viral heroes of the Ukrainian resistance are “alive and well.” Last week, 13 Ukrainian border guards made national headlines in a defiant stand against an incoming Russian warship … more
KYIV, Ukraine — Talks between Russia and Ukraine opened Monday amid skepticism that they would produce any breakthrough to halt Europe’s biggest ground war in 75 years, as Ukrainian … more
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden took office 13 months ago vowing to halt the COVID-19 pandemic, improve the economy, soften America's calcifying partisan division, restore faith in … more
ORLANDO, Fla. — A short educational cartoon on civil rights upset a Seminole County mother, who complained it was “racially divisive” and its drawing of a gay pride flag wrongly … more
The European Union is discussing sanctioning some of Russia’s wealthiest tycoons as well as top officials in state companies and media in a further ratcheting up of its penalties for … more
LOS ANGELES — The State Bar of California is investigating a possible data breach after learning that a website published confidential information about 260,000 attorney discipline cases in … more
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