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Suspected US drone in Yemen kills 4 militants
Yemeni security officials say a suspected US drone strike killed four al-Qaida militants in the country's south.
Russia, US continue to spy on each other
The embarrassing arrest of a suspected CIA officer in Moscow is the latest reminder that the U.S. and Russia are still engaged in an espionage battle with secret tactics, spying devices and specialized training.
US wants Bangladesh progress on labor standards
Secretary of State John Kerry says the U.S. wants to see Bangladesh move forward on improving labor standards after a building collapse that killed hundreds of garment workers.
Unemployment falls in 40 US states, rises in 3
Solid hiring helped push down unemployment rates in 40 U.S. states last month, the most since November. The declines show job markets are improving in most areas of the country.
Hagel names general to lead US in South Korea
An Army general who served as a top official on U.S. joint military staffs in Afghanistan and at the Pentagon is the choice to command U.S. troops in South Korea.
Benghazi probe co-chair subpoenaed by House panel
A House chairman has issued a subpoena to compel the review board that investigated last year's attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Libya to answer questions about its findings in closed session.
Obama's budget will cut deficits by $1T by 2023
Congress' nonpartisan budget analyst says President Barack Obama's budget would trim projected federal deficits by $1.1 trillion over the coming decade.
US slams Russian missiles going to Syria
The Obama administration is criticizing Russia's decision to provide Syria with anti-ship missiles, which it says will only worsen the civil war.
GOP hopes IRS scandal will snag health care law
Political scandals cause collateral damage and Republicans are hoping the furor over federal tax enforcers singling out conservative groups will snag some really big game — President Barack Obama's health care law.
IRS scandal not about politics, former chief says
The massive scandal involving the IRS' targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status was
about politics. That's according to Steven Miller, who was forced out this week as the agency's acting chief.
IRS too big, powerful and intrusive, House panel says
NYC politician will resign, run for council amid sex scandal
Governor to visit community ravaged by tornado
Another IRS official resigning amid tea party scandal
Brady Campaign sues town over mandatory gun law
Afghans tell of US soldier's killing rampage
Connecticut owed federal funds for Newtown, lawmakers say
Obama will appoint budget chief to lead IRS, source says
Senate takes up Moniz nomination for energy chief
Obama to name new IRS chief this week
US civilians, soldiers killed by bomb blast in Afghanistan
Senate confirms former nurse to run Medicare
IRS scandal started by 'rogues' in Ohio office, report says
US envoy says China OK to continue North Korea sanctions
Iran refuses to allow UN to re-launch nuclear investigation
Family drama adds intrigue to Illinois governor's race
Justice Dept. chief has lot to answer for on Capitol Hill
Delegate pushes bill that could make Puerto Rico 51st state
US Navy tests anti-mine drones in Persian Gulf drills
Attorney General under scrutiny over IRS scandal
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