Did the Central Intelligence Agency spy illegally on Senate Intelligence Committee computers? Here are nine questions and answers about a complex story that starts with waterboarding and ends in a secret CIA facility in northern Virginia.
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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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Former president Viktor Yanukovych spoke from exile in Russia about the perils facing Ukrainians living under a 'bandit regime', echoing Moscow's narrative but adding little to the debate.
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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.
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Cyberbullying is even more correlated to a heightened risk of suicidal thoughts and actions, the report also said. An estimated 15 to 20 percent of adolescents are involved in bullying, either as a bully, a victim, or both.
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Opposition members of parliament walked out recently, saying they will not resume business until a new draft constitution reaches the floor. Police surround the building.
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Obamacare is on trial, as Alex Sink (D) and David Jolly (R) vie to represent Florida's 13th Congressional District, one of the few tossup seats in the country. Both national parties can learn lessons from the outcome.
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Chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says her witnesses against Kenya's president have been bribed or intimidated. She's now seeking access to his bank accounts.
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Fugitive Edward Snowden, speaking via webcast to Americans in Austin, Texas, said Monday his leaks about NSA surveillance programs led to better communications security, whereas NSA leaders' actions jeopardized national security.
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Last fall, the needy nation figured on $30 billion in direct budgetary aid from the Middle Kingdom. Now it appears the figure will be zero.
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The military sexual assault bill largely prohibits the 'good soldier' defense. It passed just days after a more robust version failed to receive sufficient support amid opposition from the Pentagon.
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Senate Democrats will talk about the importance of addressing global warming until 9 a.m. Tuesday. But the issue is fraught with difficulties for four Democrats who won't appear.