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Ukrainian efforts to regain control over its industrial eastern region bordering Russia appear to be floundering after some units defected. Pro-Russian forces have seized another building in Donetsk.
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The Boston Marathon bombings showed a different side of Boston. Not one for touchy-feely, Boston has found its own ways to grieve and remember on the one-year anniversary.
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Early indicators signal more competition among private insurance firms in the Affordable Care Act exchanges in the next cycle, a shift expected to help curb the rate of Obamacare price increases.
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The Bureau of Land Management promises to pursue the matter of illegal grazing in the courts, and militia groups who support the Nevada rancher say they’ll protect him from any federal raid.
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The incident took place over the weekend in the international waters of the Black Sea – ‘a long way from US Navy bases and at the front doorstep’ of the Russian military, a naval analyst says.
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Despite a lengthy history of publicly espousing anti-Semitic views, F. Glenn Miller has not yet been charged with a federal hate crime, although prosecutors say those charges are pending.
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In Aswan, inter-tribal and ethnic tensions run high. Dozens died last week in two days of clashes while the Egyptian police focused on breaking up a local Islamist demonstration.
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The latest viral campaign video spoofs an ad for a virility drug. Not bad for a French teacher trying to unseat House Speaker John Boehner. Humor has been a staple of 2014's best political ads.
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Pakistan has thousands of private madrassas that have been criticized for not teaching secular subjects to students who graduate with limited job prospects. Some later join militant groups.
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The Bluefin-21 sub had to abort its first mission because it reached a patch of ocean exceeding its maximum depth capacity. But it's now resumed its search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
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Family Dollar is closing 370 US stores and will open fewer new ones. After booming during the recession and its aftermath, Family Dollar could feel the pinch of Americans feeling richer, some say.
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In awarding the Pulitzer to The Washington Post and The Guardian US for their reports on information leaked by Edward Snowden, the committee is highlighting the importance of the cyber realm.