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World NowU.S. politics combined with diplomacy as Russian President Dmitry Medvedev took a swipe at Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Obama pointed to an uncooperative Congress to explain why he was delaying negotiations with Russian...
Opinion L.A.Republicans are livid about a comment that President Obama made -- unaware that it was being captured by an open microphone -- to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Referring to protracted discussions over the placement of a U.S. missile defense system......
Los Angeles TimesIn a private conversation made public by a live microphone, President Obama appeared to be putting off diplomatic talks with Russian leaders about a controversial missile defense system in Eastern Europe until after the November election, prompting...
SAN DIEGO -- The John C. Stennis Carrier Strike Group returned to San Diego Monday morning following a seven-month deployment to the western Pacific and Middle East. The Nimitz-class carrier USS John C. Stennis, which is homeported in Bremerton, Wash.,...
Tags: Malaysia, Iraq, Military Equipment
World NowWhat is the Strait of Hormuz and why are people worried about it? Iran has been threatening to shut down the Strait of Hormuz, a choke point between the Persian Gulf and the Arabian Sea. The waterway is bordered to the north by Iran, and its closure could...
News Briefs: Republicans brace for South Carolina; Alaska town under 15 feet of snow runs short of shovelsGOP race shifts to SC as Romney eyes a rare sweep of early primaries; rivals in blocking mode COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Next up, South Carolina. And it's shaping up to be a dogfight. The Republican presidential race turns to this state Wednesday as Mitt...
World NowIran says its scientists have produced the country’s first nuclear fuel rod and its Navy has test-fired a new medium-range surface-to-air missile. Iran's announcements are likely to heighten concerns about the country’s disputed nuclear...
Associated PressThe U.S. strongly warned Iran on Wednesday against closing a vital Persian Gulf waterway that carries one-sixth of the world's oil supply, after Iran threatened to choke off traffic through the Strait of Hormuz if Washington imposes sanctions targeting...
Tags: U.S. Navy, Europe, U.S. Congress, Environmental Issues, Russia
World NowU.S. officials were closely monitoring North Korea for signs of instability or unusual military moves Monday after the death of longtime leader Kim Jong Il, concerned that his passing may set off a succession struggle and set back efforts to persuade...
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Koreans marched by the thousands Monday to their capital's landmarks to mourn Kim Jong Il, many crying uncontrollably and flailing their arms in grief over news of their "dear leader's" death. North Korean...
CNN/KTLA NewsNORTH KOREA -- North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, an enigmatic leader who had led the reclusive state for nearly two decades, has died, according to news reports Sunday. He was believed to be 69. According to his official biography, Kim was born in...
World NowAn explosion at a base for Iran’s Republican Guard killed at least 27 soldiers and shook buildings west of Tehran. Authorities downplayed any hint of international sabotage aimed at Iran’s nuclear program....
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