U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (R) checks his watch outside the Beau Rivage Palace Hotel in a break during Iran nuclear program talks in Lausanne April 1, 2015. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich

Iran nuclear talks limp on

LAUSANNE, Switzerland - Major powers and Iran stretched marathon talks on Tehran's nuclear program into a second day past their deadline, with diplomats saying prospects for a preliminary agreement were finely balanced between success and collapse.  Full Article 

Asian shares edge up in cautious trade, U.S. jobs data in focus 8:37pm EDT

TOKYO - Asian shares edged up in early trade on Thursday, but gains were tempered by weak U.S. private sector employment and manufacturing data that raised concerns ahead of Friday's key employment figures.

Followers of the Houthi group demonstrate against the Saudi-led air strikes on Yemen in Sanaa April 1, 2015. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah

Yemen Houthi fighters reach central Aden

ADEN - A unit of Houthi rebels and allies backed by tanks pushed into central Aden, the main foothold of fighters loyal to President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, despite a week of air strikes by Saudi-led coalition forces.  Full Article | Slideshow 

A boat paddle is shown on the bottom of the nearly dry Almaden Reservoir near San Jose, California January 21, 2014. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

California governor orders statewide water cuts

PHILLIPS, Calif. - California Governor Jerry Brown, acting in the face of a devastating multiyear drought, ordered the first statewide mandatory water restrictions, directing cities and communities to reduce usage by 25 percent.  Full Article |  

A girl scout holds a Greek national flag ahead of a student parade in Athens March 24, 2015, a day before a military parade to mark Greece's Independence Day. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis

Greece tries, tries again

ATHENS - Greece has sent an updated list of reforms to lenders in the hope of satisfying their demands for more detail and unlocking aid needed to avoid a default, a government official.  Full Article 

Elizabeth Ladd, owner of River Knits Fine Yarns, poses while holding up a 'This businesses serves everyone' sticker she plans to place outside her business in downtown Lafayette, Indiana March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Nate Chute

Not simply homophobes vs. civil rights

To the Religious Freedom Restoration Act’s supporters, the bill is about protecting religious freedom from government intrusion. But to its opponents, it’s a license to discriminate.  Commentary 

Turkish riot police stand guard in front of the Justice Palace in Istanbul March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Osman Orsal

Police shoot attackers at Istanbul headquarters

ISTANBUL - Turkish police shot dead a woman carrying guns and hand grenades and detained a man as they tried to attack Istanbul's police headquarters, officials and media said, the third attack on an official building in the past two days.  Full Article 

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Watch this collection of the most compelling Reuters photography of the month, including the war against Islamic State, celebrating India's festival Holi and Japan's cat island.  Video 

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Back to school in Pyongyang

North Korea schools hold ceremonies to welcome new students at the start of the school year. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Alison Levine (third from left) at the New York International Auto Show in Manhattan, March 28, 2002. REUTERS/CHIP EAST

Visualize your first job...

For more than a year, Reuters has been talking to America's greatest achievers, asking about the first jobs that set them on the path to success. This month, we found out how these successful inspirational speakers started out.  Full Article 

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