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Pause likely in U.S. drawdown in Iraq
Five years in Iraq: a deep disquiet in the US
On Iraq policy, next U.S. president will have to adapt
Far from a Russian-U.S. arms race
High court to hear Exxon Valdez damages case
Romney out: Will conservatives move to McCain?
U.S. free trade accords face rocky road
Record U.S. defense spending, but future budgets may decline
Democratic primary: Quiet battle for the other delegates
A bid for better military relations with China
How a credit crunch may hurt the world economy
Does a safer Iraq mean more US troops can exit?
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NSA surveillance: Revelations damaged US security, Obama says
Lockerbie 25 years on: some relatives still pushing for answers
Might Pentagon have been alerted sooner to boozy US general in Moscow?
US economy grows 4.1 percent in third quarter: Stage set for a better 2014?
Holiday forecast: Storm clogs weekend travel, but Christmas looking calm
Obama faces the press: So, Mr. President, how bad was your year?
Delivering on election promise, Spain's Rajoy proposes major abortion limitations
Healing a community: the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shootings
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New rules for NSA spying: Protect the presumption of innocence
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How US can join El Salvador in combating international gangs
7 days in Iran
Crossword inventor honored with puzzling Google doodle
'Duck Dynasty' in peril over Phil Robertson suspension. Why did this happen?
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'Gilligan's Island': Ragtag family mirrors real life
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