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  • Obama deputy warns Senate against undermining Iran nuclear talks

    WASHINGTON �� The Obama administration moved to curb further interference with negotiations to limit Iran's nuclear program, asking a U.S. senator to keep Congress on the sidelines until a deal is done. In a letter sent Saturday to Senate...
  • Sierra Leone vice president seeks US asylum, won't quit

    FREETOWN, Sierra Leone Vice President Samuel Sam Sumana of Sierra Leone said he sought asylum with the United States after President Ernest Bai Koroma sent troops to his home Saturday morning. Sumana said he won't resign and will go to Parliament and the...
  • Irish and UK seek to strip Marlboro Man decade after first ban

    DUBLIN Ireland, ground zero in the battle against smoking, and the U.K. are firing the first shots in Europe's latest war on tobacco, one that may ultimately end up being fought by lawyers. Cigarettes will be sold in unbranded, olive green packets...
  • Egypt gets $12 billion-plus in Gulf-state investment promises

    CAIRO ��Egypt secured billions of dollars in investment commitments, with Gulf Arab investors playing a key role on the second day of a conference billed by the government as a milestone in efforts to revive the struggling economy. The...
  • Cotton, Republicans struggle to balance threat with defense cuts

    WASHINGTON Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas says the U.S. should go on the offense against terrorists around the world. He also voted to retain deep cuts in defense spending set for later this year. For many Republicans like Cotton, reconciling those...
  • Emissions stall amid growth for first time in 40 years, IEA says

    LONDON Global emissions were unchanged last year, the first time that's happened amid economic growth in four decades, according to the International Energy Agency. Carbon-dioxide emissions, which scientists say are responsible for climate change, were...
  • Co-founder of Getty Images steps down as CEO amid heated competition

    SEATTLE As digital photography powerhouse Getty Images struggles to keep its grip on a changing market, the Seattle-based company said Friday that co-founder and CEO Jonathan Klein will become chairman and make way for an unnamed new chief executive. The...
  • Israel's business community able to live with Netanyahu defeat

    JERUSALEM Days before Israel's election, the country's powerful business community is contemplating the real possibility that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu may lose. It can live with that. Once a favorite among industrialists for his dismantling of...
  • Iran wants Security Council to block future US sanctions

    UNITED NATIONS Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif says he's counting on the United Nations Security Council to prevent U.S. lawmakers from overturning any deal to limit Iran's nuclear program in exchange for lifting economic sanctions. An agreement...
  • Obama offers personal condolences to family of dead hostage

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama met with the family of American aid worker Kayla Mueller, who died while being held hostage by the Islamic State extremist group. In an unannounced stop while he was in Phoenix for another event, Obama on Friday...
  • US lawmakers said to seek $200 billion Medicare fee changes

    WASHINGTON The doctors who treat Medicare patients would avoid a cut in their government reimbursements under a proposal to be presented to U.S. House members next week, according to Republican and Democratic aides. The bipartisan $200 billion...