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US intelligence chief Clapper defends spying policy<p><b>The head of US intelligence has told lawmakers that discerning foreign leaders' intentions is a key goal of the nation's spying operations.</b><p>Director of …


Dead Man Walking: Judge Tells Man He Must Stay Legally Dead

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If You Think Wealth Disparity Is Bad Here, Look At Russia

You've seen the headlines:<p>Top 1 percent took record share of 2012 U.S. income<p>How income inequality hurts America<p>Gatsby Stays on Farm as Income Gap Limits Social Mobility<p>But while income inequality in this country may be growing, the U.S. has nothing on Russia, according to a new report by …

25 Years Later, Poland Is Still Trying to Rid Itself of Communist Street Names

Malawi cabinet dissolved over fraud scandal

Malawi's president Joyce Banda has dissolved her cabinet after officials in her government were arrested on suspicion of misappropriating state funds.<p>Her office announced the move on Thursday and said that Banda would announce a new cabinet in due course, without elaborating.<p>About 10 junior …

US intelligence assets in Mexico reportedly tied to murdered DEA agent

Few remember Enrique 'Kiki' Camarena, the DEA agent killed in the line of duty almost 30 years ago, when the War on Drugs was the talk of Washington.<p>"On February 7, 1985, Special Agent Camarena was kidnapped by the traffickers," then First Lady Nancy Reagan somberly told a room full of anti-drug …

Libyan PM's kidnapping deepen fears for country's disintegration

Abduction of Ali Zeidan by own security force points up divisions, with regular army and police units increasingly in opposition to powerful militias<p>Libya was thrown into turmoil on Thursday after the prime minister, Ali Zeidan, was kidnapped by more than 100 members of his own security force in …

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