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Libya's government depends on oil revenue, which has slowed precipitously since militiamen took over the oil fields last summer. But there's no need to panic (yet).
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Republican David Jolly won Tuesday's special election for a US House seat. The Florida race was essentially a referendum on Obamacare, and its outcome signals that Democrats don't yet have a strong answer to GOP criticism.
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One of the founders of the Aam Aadmi Party resigned yesterday. The party's popularity has surged, but its candidates espouse an almost farcical range of policies.
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Crimea cancels flights as pro-Russian forces tighten their grip ahead of Sunday's referendum on whether to secede from Ukraine, whose interim prime minister is due to meet President Obama today.
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Peru is the world’s largest producer of cocaine and only interdicts about 8 percent of the drug. Some legislators favor a tougher approach to stop its export.
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The Andean region has a history and geography that some say explains why nationwide protests began there - and why they likely won't die down soon.
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Investigators suspect that if there’s a 'smoking gun' indicating Gov. Chris Christie knew about the political payback scheme, it might be in these private communications. The governor denies any knowledge of his inner circle’s plans.
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To hit its enlistment goals, Obamacare needs young Americans to sign up at higher rates than they are doing now. The president's appearance on 'Funny or Die' helped a bit Tuesday.
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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: The missing aircraft is now prompting theories that the aircraft was hijacked or the crew chose to change course. Could Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 be similar to SilkAir Flight 185, a pilot suicide tragedy in 1987?
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While proponents of gun control have launched a 'spring and summer offensive' targeting stand-your-ground statutes, the NRA is putting its lobbying machine back in high gear.
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Lawmakers ousted Prime Minister Ali Zeidan in a no-confidence vote today. His departure is unlikely to resolve Libya's deep-seated security and economic problems.
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Three years after the tsunami that triggered nuclear meltdown and damaged much of Japan's northeast, there are still 270,000 displaced people and recovery is slow. Home construction shows progress.