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  • Obama adamantly defends Taliban prisoner swap that freed U.S. soldier

    Obama adamantly defends Taliban prisoner swap that freed U.S. soldier
    The release of America's only prisoner of war in Afghanistan in a trade for five senior Taliban commanders in U.S. custody was over in minutes Saturday. But it followed 31/2 years of secret on-and-off negotiations that produced far less than the White House had hoped.
  • Critics attack soldier swap

    Critics attack soldier swap
    The release of America's only prisoner of war in Afghanistan in a trade for five senior Taliban commanders from U.S. custody took only minutes Saturday. But it followed 31/2 years of secret on-and-off negotiations that produced far less than the White...

    Lois Frankel is heading to Ukraine on fact-finding trip

    Lois Frankel is heading to Ukraine on fact-finding trip
    U.S. Rep. Lois Frankel, a Broward-Palm Beach County Democrat, is headed to one of the world’s hot spots when Congress is off next week for its Easter-Passover recess. Frankel, a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, will be part of a...

    In North Korea Rodman sparks controversy about captive US missionary

    In North Korea Rodman sparks controversy about captive US missionary
    Dennis Rodman, in a television interview on Tuesday, appeared to suggest that Korean-American missionary Kenneth Bae was to blame for his captivity in North Korea, the latest in a series of controversial comments by the former U.S. basketball star....

    U.S. response muted to Al Qaeda affiliate's gains in Syria and Iraq

    WASHINGTON – Americans were agreed after the Sept. 11, 2001,  terrorist attacks that allowing extremist groups like Al Qaeda to hold territory posed a direct danger to the U.S. homeland. Yet news this month that fighters from an Al Qaeda affiliate...