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Nyet! Russia Rejects U.S. Claim of Treaty Violation

Moscow calls accusations that it violated the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Treaty "unfounded," and says it had its own complaints against the U.S.

Military Might: Israel Calls Up 16,000 Reserves

Thursday's move gives the military the ability to substantially widen its 23-day-old Gaza offensive.

Argentina Faces Default as Debt Talks Fail

The country is set to default for the second time in 12 years after its economy minister said no deal had been reached with holdout bondholders.

They're Out: Peace Corps Pulls Volunteers Over Ebola

The Peace Corps said it was temporarily removing its 340 volunteers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, the hardest-hit West African countries.

Ebola Outbreak: American Healthcare Workers Take Precautions

Though the possibility of Ebola coming to the U.S. is slim, healthcare workers across the country are on high alert.

Ebola Outbreak: American Healthcare Workers Take Precautions

Though the possibility of Ebola coming to the U.S. is slim, healthcare workers across the country are on high alert.

U.S. Condemns Deadly Strike of Another U.N. School in Gaza

The U.N. is blaming Israel for the shelling of a crowded school in Gaza that killed at least 15 people seeking shelter.

U.N. Chief in Gaza: Israel Spurring 'Humanitarian Crisis'

The director of the United Nation's development agency in Gaza condemned Israel for an overnight attack on a UN school in an interview with NBC News

Son of American With Ebola: 'Dad Will Not Leave Mom'

The husband of an American aid worker stricken with the Ebola virus is sticking by her despite the danger that keeps her isolated, their son says.

Ex-Blackwater Guard: I'm Prepared to Go to Prison

A former Blackwater security guard said Wednesday that "I felt remorse, I felt a lot of guilt," about an operation gone awry in Iraq seven years ago.

Pope Francis: Turn Off the TV During Dinner

The pontiff outlined his secrets to a happy life in an interview with an Argentine weekly.

Uruguay, Argentina Top Social Inclusion Index

Uruguay topped Americas Quarterly’s 2014 Social Inclusion Index, which aims to assess economic growth, political participation and civil rights.

'This Is Urgent': Japanese Hunt for WWII Graves

Racing against time, a Japanese group is combing a New York museum's WWII records for information they hope will lead to graves of GIs on Saipan.

Cashless: Can Afghans Afford to Fight Taliban After U.S. Leaves?

New report by U.S. watchdog agency says Kabul lacks revenue base to maintain army, other projects funded by $104 billion reconstruction effort

The View From Inside a Hamas 'Attack' Tunnel

One of Israel’s stated aim in launching its now three-week offensive in the Gaza Strip was to destroy a complex network of tunnels.

Blast Rocks Busy Gaza Market

Airstrike hits a crowded shopping area in Gaza killing at least 15 people and leaving more than 100 wounded.

Israeli Army Drops Flurry of Evacuation Fliers Over Gaza

The Israeli army dropped fliers over Gaza City urging residents to evacuate their homes on Wednesday.

Fliers Rush to Flush After Sniffer-Dog Announcement

A budget Australian airline apologized after a crew member told passengers to flush away "anything you shouldn't have" before landing.

On Alert: Ebola Outbreak Is 'Threat' to Britain

Britain's foreign secretary chaired an emergency meeting of officials on Wednesday to look at what precautions were needed.

Paramount Apologizes for 9/11 'Ninja Turtles' Gaffe

The poster showed four characters jumping down from an exploding skyscraper underscored with a Sept. 11 release date.

Watch Live: Smoke Hovers Over Gaza Skyline

A cloud of smoke hovers over the Gaza skyline.

Israeli Airstrike Topples Minaret of Gaza Mosque

Israeli aircraft struck dozens of Gaza sites on Wednesday, including five mosques.

Fast and Furious: Iraq's Stunt Drivers Dodge Cops

In an empty Baghdad lot ringed by old tires, young men watch souped-up cars intentionally spin out and skid: a dangerous sport called “drifting.”

American Stranded by Ebola Crisis Dies in Liberia

The 24-year-old Maryland man, who has tested negative for Ebola, is not being allowed to leave the West African country for medical treatment.

Ebola Crisis Strands Comatose American in Liberia

The 24-year-old Maryland man, who has tested negative for Ebola, is not being allowed to leave the West African country for medical treatment.

Israel Agrees to 4-Hour Ceasefire

Israel's Bloody Offensive Is 'Undermining' Support: UK

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said he has told Israel’s government that Western public opinion “is rapidly turning against” the country.

Tolls of War: Syrian Children Take Refuge in Jordan

At the Zaatari refugee camp in Mafraq, Jordan, the horror of neighboring Syria's civil war can be seen in the faces of its youngest refugees.

Israel Declares Four-Hour 'Humanitarian Window' in Gaza

A spokesman for Hamas, which governs the Gaza Strip, rejected Israel's announcement just minutes after it was issued.

Obama Announces New Sanctions Against Russia


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