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Beijing's database could now include virtually every question Washington asks potential employees.
Outgoing President Bronislaw Komorowski’s pro-Russia policies left Poland dangerously unprepared when the international situation in Ukraine deteriorated in the last year.
Words seem to mean different things in the Middle East. “Training” is a new term for escalation, and “Iraq” seems more and more like the Arabic word for Vietnam.
Strategists in both parties say the outcome of the 2016 race will likely be determined by who has the most compelling message on how to make the economy work for working people.
Libertarianism is among the most rigid of modern ideologies. The theorists who formulated its principles were seekers after political purity.
Nixon never understood that the enemy headquarters inside Cambodia was not a place. It had no address. It was a small mobile group of Communist officers, located only by the radio signals they transmitted.
The African nation is paying one U.S. dollar for every 35,000,000,000,000,000 of its old scrapped scrip. Zimbabwe is a byword for monetary disaster but the outcome is unusual. It shows it takes truly exceptional incompetence to create hyperinflation.
Many journalists were jailed on a variety of charges. In 2013, 49 were in jail, more than in any other country. But then Turkey's President Erdogan found a better way.
Asger Juhl, a Danish radio host, picked up a bicycle pump on the desk of his Copenhagen studio. He clutched the iron pump in his hand and swiftly brought it down against the back of the head of a 9-week-old rabbit named Allan.
Even if the various factions defuse the latest stalemate and reach a compromise on a new president, another political crisis is sure to emerge, unless Lebanon’s leaders -- and its people -- tackle the root causes of the country’s instability.
Google's emphasis on new technology should not detract from the more basic needs of millions of people with disabilities, for whom self-driving cars -- not to mention wheelchairs -- are a luxury
Counting those killed by police, while crucial, should not be done at the expense of documenting the far larger number of routine law enforcement incidents involving non-deadly force targeting black civilians.
Unlike traditional smokers, who tend to make less money, e-smoking rates rise as income rises:
Some of these "local police" are so terrifying that their intimidation tactics have turned entire villages into ghost towns as residents flee their predations.
Washington is so deeply vested in the Kiev government that it has little leverage on the Ukrainian leadership to follow through on specific policy reforms.
Putin’s most frequent look involves his eyes narrowing in anger, an aggressive-approach emotion that conveys the impulse to strike out against others.
The United States is marshaling major allies in the region to take a role, in the hope that the combined weight of U.S., Japanese and Australian forces will give China pause.
The government begged the electorate not to vote for instability. Turkish voters shrugged their shoulders and did exactly that.
Scholars say that people who receive their news from Facebook are likely to be more polarized from one another.
This is a swing right across the gender spectrum - from one extreme ideal to the other.