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Twelve people were hurt when two New York buildings collapsed and a blaze tore through neighboring properties Thursday in what preliminary indications suggested was a gas-related explosion.
WASHINGTON - Agence France-Presse
Republican US Senator Ted Cruz confirmed Monday he will run for president in 2016, the first major candidate to officially declare a bid in the next race for the White House.
MEXICO CITY - Agence France-Presse
One of Mexico's most popular journalists said March 19 she suspects the government was behind her firing because of her report about the first lady's controversial purchase of a mansion.
Guards shot one man dead and seriously wounded a second when the men tried to ram a vehicle into the entrance gate at the Fort Meade, Maryland, headquarters of the National Security Agency, on March 30, CNN reported.
US President Barack Obama will host Pope Francis at the White House on September 23, accepting an invitation extended during talks at the Vatican last year.
Apple chief Tim Cook slammed what he called a wave of "dangerous" laws in several US states that he said promote discrimination and erode equality, in an editorial published March 29.
An Ohio man freed last year after spending 39 years in jail for a murder he did not commit will receive more than $1 million from the state for his wrongful imprisonment, court records show.
WASHINGTON – The Associated Press
Having the leader of Iran’s elite Quds Force direct Iraqi forces battling ISIL is complicating the US mission against terrorism and contributing to destabilization in Iraq
WASHINGTON - Reuters
Some U.S. allies in the fight against Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Syria may be willing to send troops to accompany and support the Syrian opposition force the coalition is planning to train and send back to Syria, Army General Ray Odierno said on March 18
The US Marine Corps on Sunday urged "vigilance" among staff after ISIL published the alleged names and addresses of 100 military personnel and urged supporters to kill them
DENVER - The Associated Press
The U.S. Army began destroying the nation's largest remaining stockpile of chemical weapons on March 18, using explosives to rip open a container of mustard agent inside a sealed chamber and then flooding it with another chemical to neutralize it
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