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After the Ukraine government easily defeated a no-confidence vote and warned that police would use force if necessary, protesters dug in for the long haul.
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More than 500 people have been rescued in Ecuador this year from 20 clinics that physically and psychologically abused patients in the name of 'treating' drug addiction, alcoholism, and homosexuality.
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This month, President Obama hopes, will mark a pivot point for Obamacare – and perhaps his second term. He's rolling out a three-week campaign to sell Obamacare and return to the offensive.
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In the 2012 PISA test comparing educational performance worldwide, US teenagers were stuck at average in reading and science, and below average in mathematics. Other countries improved.
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Federal investigators of the New York train crash said Tuesday that they did not find mechanical errors in the commuter cars that crashed on Sunday. Attention is focusing on the driver.
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The House on Tuesday reauthorized a bill regulating the manufacture of plastic guns. The Senate could follow next week. But 3-D printing of plastic guns is not addressed, so the issue is likely to resurface.
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Donors have halted aid to Malawi amid claims that up to third of the nation's budget may have been diverted.
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Detroit, the largest US city to file for federal bankruptcy, 'no longer has the resources to provide its residents with basic services,' the judge ruled, saying it could seek to trim public pensions.
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Kim Jong-un has reportedly purged his uncle, who guided the young leader through his first two turbulent years in power.
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Angered by US drone strikes in Pakistan, politician Imran Khan has attempted to prevent truck drivers from ferrying essential supplies to and from NATO troops in Afghanistan.
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The US vice president reiterated American support for its ally Japan and concern over China's new air defense zone on the first leg of his Asian trip.