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  • Drone lands on roof of Japanese prime minister's office in Tokyo

    TOKYO Japanese police are investigating a small drone that appeared to have fallen Wednesday morning onto the roof of the office of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who was away at an international gathering in Jakarta. The drone measuring about 50...
  • Russia says Ukraine must be 'neutral' as it accuses U.S., NATO

    MOSCOW Russia said it wants a "neutral" and unified Ukraine as it accused the North Atlantic Treaty Organization of seeking to turn its neighbor into a hostile state. The U.S. wields enormous influence over Ukraine, while Russia wants the people of its...
  • US double message seals shift in Egypt ties years after Carter

    CAIRO The Obama administration sent a double message last month when it resumed military aid to Egypt. The most populous Arab nation will now receive F-16 jets, Harpoon anti-ship missiles and Abrams tank upgrade kits withheld following the military...
  • Obama calls Democratic foes of trade deal wrong and misleading

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama said his fellow Democrats, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren, have been wrong and misleading in their criticism of the trade deals he is negotiating with Asian and European countries. In some of his most blunt comments...
  • Apple boosts US lobbying spending

    SAN FRANCISCO Apple Inc., which has been increasing its presence in Washington, increased spending on lobbying 16 percent during the first three months of this year. The Cupertino, Calif.-based tech company spent $1.24 million during the quarter,...
  • Scott Walker breaks with the Kochs on immigration

    WASHINGTON Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions was enjoying his unexpected new role: Policy adviser to a Republican presidential front-runner. Scott Walker, alone among the 2016 contenders, had talked to Sessions about immigration policy. Sessions happened to...
  • US, Japan close to completing talks on Trans-Pacific trade deal

    WASHINGTON �� President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may be able to declare next week that the U.S. and Japan have all but completed their part of negotiations on a Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, Japan's...
  • Reported Jeb Bush super PAC plans draw watchdog skepticism

    A report that Jeb Bush will delegate much of his yet-to-be-declared presidential campaign's work to a super political action committee is prompting sharp criticism from campaign-finance advocates and the threat of at least one lawsuit. According to the...
  • Bill Clinton gets the band back together at Georgetown with eye on 2016

    WASHINGTON It was impossible to miss the reunion feel to former President Bill Clinton's speech on the merits of "radical inclusion" at Georgetown University on Tuesday, with so many former White House aides and Hillary Clinton presidential backers...
  • Jihadists coming home to Jordan lift security risk for US ally

    MAAN, Jordan Young Jordanians once listened to Sheik Mohammed al-Shalabi as he encouraged them to go fight in Syria. Now he hopes the government will heed him too. Families of the jihadists send the Salafist leader, known as Abu Sayyaf, WhatsApp...
  • Putting Bill Clinton's speaking fees into perspective

    When it comes to getting paid to make speeches, no one can compete with Bill Clinton, and that might be a problem for Hillary Rodham Clinton. As the former secretary of State continues her presidential campaign, more attention is being paid to the...