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  • Afghan police arrest 7 suspects after Kabul mob kills woman

    Afghan police arrested seven suspects after a Kabul mob beat a woman to death, then set her body on fire and threw it into the Kabul River, a police chief said Friday. The city's head of criminal investigation, Mohammad Farid Afzali, said the motive...
  • Suffrage at 17 could expand to township primaries

    Illinois' 17 year olds want freedom more than any other group of people under the age of retirement — and they are back in Springfield, demanding more. And, with statistics that show what that voting block has been up to, legislators are...
  • Hundreds rally for women's causes in downtown Los Angeles

    Hundreds rally for women's causes in downtown Los Angeles
    More than 500 people gathered Sunday afternoon in front of LAPD headquarters to march across the city for women's causes in recognition of International Women's Day. The march, which began next to Los Angeles City Hall and ended at Mariachi Plaza in...
  • Azerbaijan must remain a strong ally of the United States

    President Barack Obama is committed to helping the United States extricate itself from the constant violence in both Iraq and Afghanistan. The fact that no American troops have lost their lives in either country this year is a testament to the president's...
  • Kleiner Perkins judge to decide on Ellen Pao's claim for punitive damages

    SAN FRANCISCO A potential partial victory for Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers may be in the works as a Superior Court judge considers granting a motion that would throw out Ellen Pao's claim for punitive damages in her high-profile sex discrimination...
  • Saudi Arabia to stop issuing visas to Swedes after criticism

    Saudi Arabia will no longer issue business visas to Swedes or renew the current visas of Swedish nationals living in the country, a senior Saudi official told The Associated Press on Thursday. The official said the decision is in response to Swedish...
  • UAE recalls envoy to Sweden over criticism of Saudi Arabia

    The United Arab Emirates said Wednesday that it has recalled its ambassador to Sweden to protest comments made by Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom criticizing neighboring Saudi Arabia. The move comes one week after Saudi Arabia recalled its...
  • Democrats see new 'war on women' in human trafficking, Loretta Lynch fights

    WASHINGTON First, Senate Democratic Whip Dick Durbin accused Republicans of blocking an "important civil rights milestone" when they delayed the confirmation of Loretta Lynch for attorney general. Later, on the Senate floor, Durbin accused Republicans of...
  • 8 places to visit for Women's History Month

    8 places to visit for Women's History Month
    Chicago has elected just one female mayor, but you don't have to endure the travails of the Jane Byrne Interchange to honor the legacies of notable women during Women's History Month. Below is just a partial list of sites dedicated to the memory and...
  • Democrats block trafficking bill over abortion dispute

    Senate Democrats blocked legislation Tuesday to help the victims of human trafficking amid a partisan dispute over abortion that threatens to sink the once-uncontroversial measure. The outcome left the fate of the legislation uncertain and the president'...
  • Spirit Run raises $50,000 for Newport-Mesa schools

    Spirit Run raises $50,000 for Newport-Mesa schools
    The 32nd annual Newport-Mesa Spirit Run on Sunday raised more than $50,000 for participating schools in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District. The event at Fashion Island in Newport Beach helped promote childhood fitness with 12 foot races, a toddler...