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Former big league player becomes a US ambassador

Sony Pictures CEO consulted U.S. State Department on film, leaked emails...

Sony Pictures CEO consulted U.S. State Dept on film, leaked emails show

Polish leader hails purchase of US missiles

New York orders insurers to cover gender reassignment surgery

Uruguay leader: Ex-Gitmo prisoners not terrorists

U.S. fears Sony hackers may never be caught: law enforcement official

U.S. fears Sony hackers may never be caught - law enforcement official

Haiti's president sacrifices prime minister in bid to reunite country

American in North Korea denounces U.S., seeks Venezuela asylum: media

American in North Korea denounces U.S., seeks Venezuela asylum - media

Kerry, Russia's Lavrov discuss Middle East, including Israel

US embargo stalled payment to Cuban Ebola doctors

Haiti's PM Laurent Lamothe resigns amid protests

EU court says Hamas should be removed from terror list

U.S. corporations winning fight over human rights lawsuits

Insight - U.S. corporations winning fight over human rights lawsuits

Several US government buildings lose power

Without US passports, actor Quaid,wife grounded

U.S. asks Vatican for help with Guantanamo inmates

U.S. opts not to force N.Y. Times reporter to reveal source

New York premiere of North Korea comedy cancelled after threats

Washington undecided on U.N. resolution for Palestinian state

Turkish police raid media close to cleric rival Gulen, detain 24

New York premiere of North Korea comedy canceled after threats

'We'll be back' Hong Kong protesters chant, as camp site dismantled

Obama says to keep pressing China on currency, intellectual property

Sony 'spooked' over possibility of more attacks

Manufacturing in New York contracts in December

Lawsky Urges Lew to Order IRS Review of Life Insurer ‘Loophole’

Agency says Indian tribes can grow, sell marijuana

Celebration in Havana, concerns in Miami following change of tide

Commerzbank settlement with U.S. likely to exceed $1 billiion - source

Alstom nearing $700 million U.S. bribery settlement: source

Alstom nearing $700 million U.S. bribery settlement - source

Sony 'spooked' over possibility of more attacks - U.S. government source

Without passports, actor Quaid and wife grounded

Obama likely to sign two bills that could impact arms sales

U.S. government says demand for 2015 Obamacare plans jumped in week ending...

Sony 'spooked' over possibility of more attacks: government source