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  • Sudan leader set to extend chaotic rule in lackluster vote

    Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, the world's only sitting leader wanted on genocide charges, is expected to win a landslide victory in elections this week, extending a 25-year reign in which the country has endured multiple insurgencies and the secession...
  • Sanctions-strapped Russia outguns the US in information war

    WASHINGTON The troubled U.S. agency responsible for delivering news around the world is being outgunned in Eastern Europe by Russian outlets unrestrained by notions of fact-based journalism. The unequal competition raises fears among U.S. officials...
  • Wisconsin taxpayers footed the bill for Gov. Walker's Britain trip to tune of $138,200

    MADISON, Wis. On the eve of another foreign trip, Gov. Scott Walker's administration disclosed Thursday that Wisconsin taxpayers paid $138,200 for his February trip to Great Britain, which was billed as a trade mission but freighted with political...
  • The Left is building a movement of movements to pressure Hillary

    For Democrats, there is not even a nominee, yet. She's coming, but there's still no guarantee of a primary fight. In the absence of a genuine challenger to former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in the absence, most particularly, of Sen....
  • Putin gives visiting Greek PM Tsipras historic Greek icon

    In a sign of a blossoming friendship, Russian President Vladimir Putin has given visiting Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras an historic Greek icon stolen by Nazis during the German occupation of Greece as the two countries mulled a series of economic...
  • Scores of immigrants found on coast of southern Greek island

    Greek authorities say more than 100 immigrants believed to have arrived illegally by sea have been found on the coast of Gavdos, an islet off the southern island of Crete. The coast guard says the migrants, whose nationalities and state of health are not...
  • Congressional Black Caucus should support US-Iran deal

    The Congressional Black Caucus should enthusiastically back the U.S.-Iran nuclear agreement. There's been lots of excitement about the deal a global effort that has involved not just the United States and Iran, but also the European Union and the...
  • Putin offers cooperation with Greece _ but no financial aid

    Russia's President Vladimir Putin offered Wednesday to increase cooperation with Greece on energy and industry — but stopped short of extending direct financial aid that might complicate Greece's talks with its European creditors. After a meeting...
  • Shell-BG deal could fuel more oil and gas industry consolidation

    Shell-BG deal could fuel more oil and gas industry consolidation
    Petroleum giant Royal Dutch Shell's $70-billion pact to buy British rival BG Group may inspire copycat deals in the oil and gas industry as companies struggle to adjust to months of collapsing crude prices. The agreement, the second largest on record...
  • Russian, Greek leaders talk of restoring trade despite sanctions

    Russian, Greek leaders talk of restoring trade despite sanctions
    A visit to Moscow by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday raised concern that he might ask the Kremlin for financial aid to gain a bargaining chip with Western creditors reluctant to ease the harsh austerity measures imposed on the Balkan...
  • EU was looking into airline regulations before Alps crash

    European Union authorities were looking into German airline safety procedures on "a number of issues" well ahead of the March 24 Germanwings crash after a standard inspection by its aviation safety agency questioned some procedures, an official told The...