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Theft of wrought iron gate to Nazis' Dachau concentration camp prompted international outcry in 2014
The checkout line here is always long and slow-moving — and that’s the way customers like it
Abu Zakariya al-Britani’s return to battlefield -- after huge compensation payment -- raises questions about ability to track terror suspects
Tillerson has yet to hold a news conference, many of his meetings and calls are not publicly disclosed, and there have been no daily State Department briefings
Andrei Artemenko reportedly met Trump's lawyer and a business partner in January over plan to lease Crimea to Russia
Sabrina de Sousa was among 26 Americans convicted of kidnapping a terrorism suspect in Milan for interrogation
Malaysian police are searching for two new suspects in connection with the apparent assassination of the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Kim Jong Nam died last week after an attack at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Adriana Diaz reports.
American sex offender wanted on unrelated charges in Missouri will be deported from Philippines for posing a risk to public safety
Malaysian police contradict claims that at least one woman was duped into alleged assassination of Kim Jong Nam
U.S. commander suggests he may not be willing to wait for regional forces alone to oust militants from their self-declared capital
Four Americans died Monday in a fiery plane crash in Australia. The victims, all from Austin, Texas, were heading to a golf outing. As David Begnaud reports, their friends back home are mourning the loss.
Each year, thousands of international medical graduates come to the U.S. for training, many in underserved communities. In the wake of President Trump's travel ban, the American medical community fears that applicants may avoid the U.S. altogether, reports Tony Dokoupil.
Relatives grieved as flowers were put on 20 caskets at a mass funeral for those who died in Haiti's largest prison
Some of the smallest known frogs were recently discovered following a five-year survey in India
Monument inspired by album cover would be placed in London neighborhood where he was born
Italian olive oil prices are due to jump by as much as 20 percent, after combination of bad weather and pests hit harvest
Toxicology reports still pending on death of Vitaly Churkin, who died suddenly in New York City
Some argue having the U.S. president officially welcomed by the queen would be an embarrassment to the crown, others say critics "should get over it"
The sentence, which also included a year’s probation and a demotion in rank, was lighter than expected
Hetero couple who want legal recognition of their relationship without "patriarchal baggage" of marriage lose their case