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Internal divisions and friction is reportedly wearing the Islamic State from within.
Japanese fighter jets are increasingly encountering Chinese jets over the East China Sea.
Troops from Niger and Chad have entered Nigeria to join the fight against Boko Haram.
The European Central Bank has started buying government bonds as part of its 1.1 trillion euro stimulus program.
Russian President Vladimir Putin revealed in a forthcoming documentary that he planned the Russian takeover of Crimea four days before unidentified gunmen appeared in the region.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon closed its chapter at the University of Oklahoma on Sunday after a video was circulated that showed members singing a racist chant.
The three biggest credit reporting agencies have agreed to overhaul the way they handle records, including many changes long sought by consumer advocates.
“The larger problem for Clinton, though, is not the likelihood that her emails will turn up incriminating evidence. It is what this episode reveals about her political judgment and managerial acumen.”
Florida banned state environmental workers have been banned from using the term “climate change” in official communications.
Republican senators wrote an open letter to Iran saying that any nuclear deal reached with the Obama administration won’t last.