Sony Still Hopes to Release Film About Killing Kim Jong Un

Sony Pictures says it still hopes to release its controversial film about a plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The comedy, titled “The Interview,” was the trigger for a massive computer attack on the Hollywood company, [...]

Russia Dismisses New US Sanctions

Russia says it has a historic right to Crimea and has dismissed new U.S. sanctions imposed on Russia because of its annexation of the territory. The Russian foreign ministry said Saturday the sanctions will not force Russia to give up Crimea [...]

FBI Evidence Collection ‘Beset’ With Problems

A prominent U.S. newspaper says an internal Federal Bureau of Investigation probe has revealed that its agents around the country have “mishandled, mislabeled and lost evidence.” The New York Times says it obtained a copy of the [...]

Obama, Cuba and the Fierce Urgency of Now

WASHINGTON— Something seems to have happened to President Barack Obama as he begins his final two years in office. Instead of being intimidated by the prospect of Republican Party control of both chambers of Congress beginning in January, [...]

Obama Hails Strength of US Economy

U.S. President Barack Obama defended his policies during the past year during an annual year-end news conference, saying the U.S. economy is improving and America is leading around the world. Obama began the news conference by saying there is [...]

Obama Signs Into Law Bill Authorizing More Russia Sanctions

U.S. President Barack Obama has signed into law legislation passed by the U.S. Congress authorizing more sanctions on Russia for its role in the Ukraine crisis. The president said in a statement Thursday that while he signed the Ukraine Freedom [...]

US-Cuba Trade Could Grow Significantly

Trade and economic links between the United States and Cuba could significantly expand with the end to their half century of diplomatic estrangement, but likely not overnight. The U.S. still maintains an economic embargo against the communist-run [...]

Obama Signs 2015 Government Spending Bill

President Barack Obama has signed a $1.1 trillion bill that will fund nearly every federal government agency through 2015. The only exception in the bill signed Tuesday is the Department for Homeland Security, which will run out of funding at [...]

Obama Announces Historic Revamp of US-Cuba Relations

U.S. President Barack Obama announced a major shift in U.S. relations with Cuba, after the country’s communist leaders released Alan Gross, an American who had been imprisoned there for five years. In addition to the release of Gross, three [...]

Obama Signs 2015 Government Spending Bill

President Barack Obama has signed a $1.1 trillion bill that will fund nearly every federal government agency through 2015. The only exception in the bill signed Tuesday is the Department for Homeland Security, which will run out of funding at [...]




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