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  • Today in History

    Today is Tuesday, June 9, the 160th day of 2015. There are 205 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On June 9, A.D. 68, Roman Emperor Nero committed suicide, ending a 13-year reign. On this date: In 1870, author Charles Dickens...
  • In Jerusalem passport case, Supreme Court bolsters Obama's foreign policy power

    In Jerusalem passport case, Supreme Court bolsters Obama's foreign policy power
    The Supreme Court on Monday bolstered the constitutional role of the president, and not Congress, in setting the nation’s foreign policy, declaring the executive office has the “exclusive power” to recognize foreign governments and...
  • Supreme Court backs president's foreign policy powers in passport dispute

    Supreme Court backs president's foreign policy powers in passport dispute
    — In striking down a law that allowed Americans born in Jerusalem to have their birthplace recorded as "Israel," the Supreme Court on Monday bolstered the constitutional role of the president in setting the nation's foreign policy. In a 6-3 ruling,...
  • UN, Iran head for showdown over nuclear inspections

    The chief U.N. nuclear inspector said Monday that Iran has already committed to letting his experts see Iranian military sites and Iranian atomic scientists despite an alleged ban by Tehran, deepening a confrontation over how much openness Iran must...
  • THE LATEST: Bavarian police say G-7 less violent than feared

    5:44 p.m. (1544GMT; 11:44 a.m. EDT) Eight officers were injured and 72 people were detained temporarily, but Bavarian police say the G-7 summit passed without significant disturbances, and with far fewer potentially violent protesters than expected....
  • Report: Trial of Washington Post reporter held in Iran to start next week

    Report: Trial of Washington Post reporter held in Iran to start next week
    The trial of a Washington Post Iran reporter detained in Iran for nearly 10 months will begin next week, a defense lawyer representing the Iranian-American journalist said Tuesday. State TV and other news outlets quoted an unnamed judiciary official...
  • At G-7 summit, Obama calls for tough stance against Russia

    At G-7 summit, Obama calls for tough stance against Russia
    As President Obama went into a summit of world leaders in the Alps on Sunday, he made a promise over beer and wurst with Bavarian villagers to take a tough stance against Russian intervention in neighboring territories. One of his top priorities at...
  • Jeb Bush's trip to Europe is part of pre-campaign checklist

    Jeb Bush's trip to Europe is part of pre-campaign checklist
    Jeb Bush heads to Europe next week to put a checkmark in a final box before making his campaign for president official: an overseas visit to catch up with a few of America's friends. All of his hosts, Germany, Poland and Estonia are stalwart U.S. allies,...
  • Jeb Bush's trip to Europe is part of pre-campaign checklist

    Jeb Bush is putting a checkmark in a final box before making his campaign for president official: an overseas visit to catch up with a few of America's friends. All of his hosts — Germany, Poland and Estonia — are stalwart U.S. allies, and...
  • Iran's dangerous game

    Iran's dangerous game
    With less than a month to go before negotiators for the U.S and its partners are supposed to reach a deal limiting Iran's nuclear program, the talks appear to have stalled over Tehran's resistance to allowing inspectors to visit Iranian military bases and...
  • OPEC keeps oil output target on hold, predicts low prices

    OPEC decided to keep its oil output target on hold Friday and predicted prices would remain low for the foreseeable future — good news for both for oil-hungry international industries and consumers at the gas pump. The cartel said its output...