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Donald Trump tweeted Monday night that the Nigel Farage, who helped lead the push for Brexit, would 'do a good job' as ambassador to the United States.
An ISIS slaughter in Tikrit in June 2014 terrorized Iraq's Army and drove a wedge between Sunnis and Shiites. But months of determined bridge-building have broken free of the powerful tribal impulse for revenge.
Five months ago, epic rainfalls swept through West Virginia. Now, one town has put out a call to churches, faith-based organizations, and individual volunteers to help repair and winterize homes.
After an attack by ethnic separatists near China's border with Myanmar, China said that its military would act to protect its citizens.
Three-quarters of Passcode's pool of digital security and privacy experts say they do not believe cybersecurity will improve with the Republican in the Oval Office.
Haiti's election officials say that they may have the preliminary results of its presidential election as early as next Monday.
The Social Security number is overused and abused by hospitals, banks, and even retailers, putting millions of Americans at risk of identity theft. But experts say it doesn't have to be this way.
Japanese peacekeepers landed in South Sudan, the first time in nearly 70 years that its troops have been deployed overseas with a broader mandate to use force.
Writing in an Apostolic Letter promulgated by the Vatican on Monday that there exists 'no sin that God's mercy cannot reach,' Pope Francis has extended indefinitely the special permission he had granted to priests to absolve Catholics for abortion.
In what is likely to be their last meeting before the US president leaves office, Mr. Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed Syria and Ukraine for about four minutes Sunday as the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Lima, Peru.