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US-North Korea talks must include nuke issues, UN says
A U.N. spokesman on Monday said Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon believes any dialogue between the United States and North Korea should focus on the goal of de-nuclearizing the Korean peninsula.
US intelligence helped foil terror plot, German leader says
Germany's chancellor said Monday that U.S. intelligence was crucial in foiling a large-scale terror plot, and acknowledged that her country is "dependent" on cooperating with American spy services.
Syria president says Europe 'will pay' if it arms rebels
Syria's president on Monday warned that Europe "will pay a price" if it delivers weapons to rebels fighting to topple him -- something the U.S. has already pledged to do.
Obama, Putin discuss their differences on Syria
President Barack Obama and Russia's Vladimir Putin have what Obama called a "different perspective" on Syria -- which was the topic of discussion Monday at the G-8 summit in Northern Ireland.
Naval Academy moves ahead on sexual assault case
The U.S. Naval Academy's superintendent has decided to move ahead with proceedings in a sexual assault case involving football players and a female midshipman, officials said.
Fardon faces heavy challenges as Chicago US attorney
Chicago's next U.S. attorney faces a dilemma sprung from the twin evils plaguing America's third-largest city.
Ex-North Carolina Gov. Jim Holshouser dies at 78
Jim Holshouser, who was North Carolina's first Republican governor of the 20th century, has died at the age of 78, his family said Monday.
Military plans would put women in most combat jobs
Women may be able to start training as Army Rangers by mid-2015 and as Navy SEALs a year later -- under new plans set to be announced by the Pentagon.
Ambassador says US-Canada pipeline 'very important'
An outgoing U.S. ambassador said Monday that the White House knows how important the controversial Keystone XL pipeline is to Canada, but won't speculate how much it could damage the nations' relationship if it's not approved.
Obama: US will host first talks on EU trade deal
President Barack Obama says the U.S. will host the first round of negotiations toward a broad trade deal with the European Union next month in Washington.
NASA selects eight new astronauts, half of them women
Column: When lying is acceptable, public loses
Court won't hear Seattle officer appeal
Court says jury should have final say in minimums
Court says pre-Miranda silence can be used
Senate Dems' answer on health care: Go on offense
Czech prime minister says he will resign
Report: UK spies hacked foreign diplomats
G-8 leaders to mull Syria, tax evasion, free trade
Ark. Sen. Pryor hit from right, left before 2014
Religious conservatives asked to back GOP plans
Ore. bill would ban bad check collection practice
US Rep. Mike Rogers of Mich. won't run for Senate
Defense report: Troops in bin Laden raid revealed
US to decide which weapons, how many to send to Syria
Syrian rebels hope to receive U.S. weapons soon
Syrian gov't used sarin gas twice, US ambassador says
Guantanamo court held in secret without accused
Texas governor signs 'Merry Christmas' bill into law
UN chief opposes US decision to arm Syrian rebels
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