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Christie takes major step in possible White House run

Latest House Republican Misstep Delays U.S. Border Security Plan

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Cuba digs in heels on concessions as part of better US ties

US halts some counter-terrorism efforts in Yemen

Exclusive - Some counter-terrorism efforts in Yemen frozen for now: U.S....

McDonald's earnings fall yeilding big changes to woo customers

Saudi King Abdullah, a gradual modernizer, dead at 90

Border security at issue in immigration bill

Stormy round at Players for Tiger and Sergio

Iraq on edge after deadly raid on protest camp

Is it ever OK to compliment appearance on the job?

Timber! Forest Service asks states to return cash

Afghan troops hold their ground at high cost

PROMISES, PROMISES: When Obama's promises conflict

House passes pro-business cybersecurity bill

Sweden and US 1-1 in Fed Cup

New push for Mideast peace: John Kerry heads back

Online ivory trade threatens Africa's elephants

McCarthy's 'Identity Thief' tops box office again

Tough times ahead in post-Chavez Venezuela

'G.I. Joe' commands No. 1 at box office with $41M

Review: 'Olympus' is tense yet generic

Legacy in mind, Obama aides form web of influence

SKorea, US begin drills as NKorea threatens war

Lawmakers test legal waters for regulating drones

Proposed East Coast uranium mine dividing Va.

Kerry tackles questions on Iran, Syria, Hagel

Israel's Netanyahu warns White House about Iran

Report: NSA cracked most online encryption

Syria is said to be hiding weapons, moving troops

In Mideast, view of U.S. as hesitant superpower sharpens

Cameron: Syria will use chemical weapons again without U.S. strike

UK Prime Minister Cameron loses Syria war vote

Insight - Getting tough in Congo: can risk pay off for U.N. forces?

Rafa is used to playing through pain, uncle says

Dismantling Syria chemical weapons arsenal would be tough task

Russia expects Syria resolution in next 2 days

A hawkish Kerry emerges as point man in Obama's push to punish Syria