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  • North Korea threatens strong response to DC rights meeting

    North Korea says it will respond "very strongly" to a conference in Washington on Tuesday about its widespread human rights abuses and says the United States ignored Pyongyang's offer to attend and defend itself. Puzzled conference organizers said the...
  • Obama splits Muslim faith from terrorism at extremism conference

    WASHINGTON The conference on extremism convened by the Obama administration in Washington this week includes leaders from Muslim groups, focuses on U.S. cities with large Muslim populations, and involves foreign leaders struggling to avert...
  • Constitutional crisis threat hangs over Nigeria after vote delay

    ABUJA, Nigeria Nigeria is in danger of descending into a constitutional crisis after electoral officials bowed to a request by the security forces this month to postpone general elections, civil rights groups said. The head of the Independent National...
  • Political consultant David Axelrod delivers in revealing 'Believer'

     Political consultant David Axelrod delivers in revealing 'Believer'
    As President Obama's political consultant, David Axelrod was guarded and disciplined when he appeared on the weekend talk shows. He stayed on message, with little hint of humor or personality. But the Axelrod we meet in his autobiography, "Believer," is a...
  • Islamic State's beheadings of Egyptians could draw West back into Libya

    Islamic State's beheadings of Egyptians could draw West back into Libya
    For nearly four years, the West has largely stayed on the sidelines as Libya descended into post-revolution chaos. Now the bloody beheadings of a group of Egyptian Christians at the hands of Islamic State could draw the international community back into...
  • White House: Islamic State's 'barbarity knows no bounds'

    The United States is condemning the purported killing of 21 Egyptians by militants in Libya affiliated with the Islamic State group as "despicable" and "cowardly." White House press secretary Josh Earnest adds in a statement Sunday that the group's...
  • U.N. delays report on Sri Lanka war crimes

    The United Nations’ top human rights official agreed Monday to delay the release of a long awaited report on alleged atrocities during the Sri Lankan civil war, saying the country’s new government has offered “clear commitments” on...
  • They lean Democratic, but one union likes Jeb Bush

    WASHINGTON Courting political power brokers at a recent closed-door meeting, Jeb Bush included one unlikely face. There among big names from the worlds of lobbying, fundraising and politics was one leader of a labor union, Harold Schaitberger, general...
  • Nigeria election delay raises red flags at home, abroad

    The six-week delay in Nigeria's presidential election has raised red flags both in the international community and among local political and civil rights groups, with many concerned about the independence of the country's electoral commission and...
  • Agreement on Ukraine could vindicate use of economic sanctions

    Assuming it doesn't unravel — a big assumption — the agreement on the future of Ukraine announced Thursday is preferable to the continuation of a conflict in which 5,000 people have died and nearly a million have been displaced. The deal,...
  • Philadelphia a city of firsts, but not as convention host

    Philadelphia will host the 2016 Democratic National Convention. Here's what delegates will need to know about the birthplace of American democracy: ____ FIRST THINGS FIRST The United States started in Philadelphia. It's the city where the Founding...