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Modi wants deeper U.S.-India security relationship

Jun 08 2016

WASHINGTON Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for a closer security relationship between his country and the United States on Wednesday, in an address to the U.S. Congress stressing the importance of warming ties between the two countries. | Video

NY attorney general slams Trump's comment on judge's ethnicity

May 31 2016

WASHINGTON New York's attorney general, who has filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump's education venture, Trump University, slammed the presumptive Republican presidential nominee on Tuesday for his attack on a U.S. district judge's ethnicity.

Sanders may debate Trump, not Clinton, before California contest

May 26 2016

WASHINGTON An unconventional debate between a billionaire Republican and a democratic socialist is shaping up in California after presidential candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders expressed an interest in squaring off against each other. | Video

Sanders may debate Trump, not Clinton, before California contest

May 26 2016

WASHINGTON An unconventional debate between a billionaire Republican and a democratic socialist is shaping up in California after presidential candidates Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders expressed an interest in squaring off against each other.

Agentur - Trump hat republikanische Kandidatur gesichert

May 26 2016

Washington Der Republikaner Donald Trump hat sich einem Medienbericht zufolge die Präsidentschaftskandidatur seiner Partei gesichert.

Sanders may debate Trump, not Clinton, before California contest

May 26 2016

WASHINGTON U.S. presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have appeared to agreed to debate each other ahead of California's June 7 primary contest, an unconventional move before either political party has formally picked its nominee.

Sanders may debate Trump, not Clinton, before California contest

May 26 2016

WASHINGTON, May 26 U.S. presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have appeared to agreed to debate each other ahead of California's June 7 primary contest, an unconventional move before either political party has formally picked its nominee.

US senators renew push to overhaul military handling of sex assault

May 24 2016

WASHINGTON A bipartisan group of U.S. senators renewed an effort on Tuesday to shift the military's handling of sexual assault cases from top commanders to independent prosecutors, insisting that the current system has left victims too fearful of retaliation to report crimes.

Senators renew push to overhaul military handling of sex assault

May 24 2016

WASHINGTON A bipartisan group of U.S. senators renewed an effort on Tuesday to shift the military's handling of sexual assault cases from top commanders to independent prosecutors, insisting that the current system has left victims too fearful of retaliation to report crimes.

Secret Service shoots gun-wielding man near White House

May 21 2016

WASHINGTON A U.S. Secret Service agent shot a man who brandished a gun near the White House on Friday while President Barack Obama was out golfing, and the man was taken to a hospital in critical condition, officials said. | Video

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