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  • U.S. says no talk about extending Iran nuclear negotiations

    VIENNA (Reuters) - World powers and Iran are not discussing extending a late November deadline for reaching an accord over Tehran's nuclear program, a senior U.S. official said on Wednesday, adding there was still time to strike a deal. However, the...
  • Cal Thomas: U.S. tax dollars funding Gaza warfare

    Cal Thomas: U.S. tax dollars funding Gaza warfare
    After World War II, the Marshall Plan helped rebuild a devastated Europe. The key word in that sentence is "after." Last weekend at a conference of donor nations held in Cairo to discuss rebuilding Gaza after the latest exchange of rockets between Hamas...
  • Top US Climate Change Negotiator to Speak at Yale Tuesday

    U.S. Envoy for Climate Change Todd Stern will be speaking at Yale University Tuesday amid new reports that the United States is considering making a major contribution to a fund to help poor nations combat the threat of global warming. Stern's Yale...
  • U.S. says some progress in Iran nuclear talks, but much work remains

    VIENNA (Reuters) - A senior U.S. official said after nuclear talks with Iran on Wednesday that some progress continued to be made but much work remained to be done, adding the aim was still to reach a deal by a late November deadline. The State...
  • Americans shot in Saudi Arabia were defense contractors: U.S. official

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two Americans shot in Saudi Arabia were employees of U.S. defense contractor Vinnell Arabia, a senior State Department official said on Tuesday. One employee was killed and the other slightly injured after being shot at a gas...
  • Two Thais arrested for trafficking of Bangladeshis, Rohingya

    BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai authorities have arrested two men charged with human trafficking, police said on Tuesday, following the discovery of 134 suspected victims in southern Thailand at a time when the military government is under international pressure...
  • Rebuilding Gaza for the next attack

    After World War II, the Marshall Plan helped rebuild a devastated Europe. The key word in that sentence is "after." Last weekend at a conference of donor nations held in Cairo, Egypt, to discuss rebuilding Gaza, following the latest exchange of rockets...
  • Factbox: U.S. funds to fight Ebola now top $1 billion, may rise

    (Reuters) - The U.S. government now has more than $1 billion available to fight the spread of Ebola from West Africa and is proceeding with plans to deploy up to 4,000 military personnel to the region by late October. Key congressional committee leaders...
  • Wrenches thrown into careful plans to flee Honduras

    Wrenches thrown into careful plans to flee Honduras
    The smoke-belching green bus left Ana Maria Ramos and her toddler, Yahir, at the Honduras-Guatemala border and roared off west toward Guatemala City. It had been the single mother's last chance for safe, legal passage on the first leg of a journey she...
  • Jordanians take photo tour through city's Uptown

    Jordanians take photo tour through city's Uptown
    They stepped out onto Argyle Street on a bright-sun afternoon and began shooting. Where to start? The exuberant graffiti in the alley, the young Vietnamese couple holding hands, the homeless man mugging for them from his wheelchair, the gift store...
  • EPA Administrator Makes A Hartford Homecoming

    EPA Administrator Makes A Hartford Homecoming
    HARTFORD — Gina McCarthy was one of the last people ever to walk into the Phoenix Auditorium on the fifth floor of the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection offices here. And McCarthy, the head of the U.S. Environmental Protection...