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  • North Korea claims ability to mount nuclear warhead on missile

    HONG KONG North Korea said it has developed the technology to mount a nuclear warhead on a missile, signaling the country may now have the ability to launch a nuclear attack against the United States. South Korea and the U.S. military have been divided...
  • Leonid Bershidsky: Macedonia, the latest US-Russia battlefield

    Macedonia is a poor, landlocked Balkan country of about 2 million. To the Kremlin, it's also the newest front in an ideological battle, with the U.S. fomenting regime change to counter Russia's influence. As is often the case, that view is correct to...
  • Broad coalition rallies to try and defeat Obama on trade deal

    WASHINGTON Twenty years ago, when President Bill Clinton was urging Congress to enact sweeping trade legislation over objections of important constituents in his own party, the face of the opposition were the middle-aged (and beyond) white, male leaders...
  • What presidential hopefuls say in commencement speeches

    Commencement speeches are tricky, especially for politicians running for office. Right off the bat, candidates can find themselves at a disadvantage in terms of winning over an audience by virtue of the fact that they are not actors, comedians or famous...
  • Jonathan Bernstein: Deadlocked convention would be a Republican nightmare

    It's time for a quick primer on what a disaster a deadlocked convention would be for the Republican Party a possibility that the combination of so many candidates and so much money has everyone speculating about. It isn't going to happen, of course....
  • US highway funding extension through July passed by House

    WASHINGTON The U.S. House voted to keep federal money flowing for highways and mass-transit programs for two more months, through the end of July. Lawmakers voted 387-35 on Tuesday for the short-term measure to give themselves time to negotiate toward...
  • Senate plans vote on House-passed bill curbing NSA spying powers

    WASHINGTON The Senate will vote this week on a bill passed by the House prohibiting the National Security Agency from collecting bulk records, yet renewing U.S. spy programs set to expire in two weeks, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said. McConnell, R-...
  • Warren says Congress should demand release of trade pact draft

    WASHINGTON Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Congress should demand that President Barack Obama release the draft text of a trade deal with Asian-Pacific nations before handing him fast-track authority to ease approval. "We're being asked to grease the skids...
  • Walker tells Republican lawmakers his lack of college diploma could be political asset

    In modern American politics, you don't hear many stories about college dropouts moving into the White House. Scott Walker wants to change that. The Wisconsin governor never finished his degree at Marquette University, dropping out of the Milwaukee school...
  • State Department seeks 2016 release of Hillary Clinton's email

    WASHINGTON About 55,000 pages of Hillary Clinton's State Department email would be made public in January under an agency proposal. The email, handled on Clinton's private server and provided to the agency in December by the former secretary of state,...
  • North American free trade deal's benefits outweigh costs

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors: The fate of America's most important free-trade agreement this century has become caught in a debate over its most important free-trade agreement of the last century. When opponents of...