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Some US Lawmakers Consider Designating White Supremacists as Terrorists

Prosecutors have successfully charged dozens of IS sympathizers with providing 'material support' to a foreign terrorist organization on a government watch list, but they can't bring similar charges against individual white nationalists

Missing Kenyan boy featured in Roma social media campaign found

A Kenyan boy who featured in a 'missing child' social media campaign launched by Roma has been found and returned to his family.

New 7th Fleet Admiral Visits USS Ronald Reagan

PHILIPPINE SEA -- The aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) welcomed aboard the new

P-8A Poseidon Finds Missing Vessel in South Pacific; All Passengers Safe

SANTA RITA, Guam - The U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, Federated States of Micronesia

Oil prices soar after attacks on Saudi facilities

Brent crude ends 15% higher - its largest one-day percentage gain since 1988.

Pakistan to Charge Dozens for Ransacking Hindu Temple

Similar attacks in the past have usually gone unsolved, with police refusing to investigate over fears it could ignite further rioting by Islamic hardliners

Cheers and Honking Horns Greet First Day of UAW Strike Against GM

General Motors has relatively high inventories of its high-margin vehicles, but the strike is expected to shut down all of its North American facilities quickly and could hurt the US economy

France's Foreign Minister Pledges Support for 'New Sudan'

Talks on Monday focused on the new Sudanese government’s priorities, Le Drian said, including the top priority of fixing an economic crisis that triggered the protests that led to Bashir’s overthrow

EU Questions Hungary Over Rule of Law Concerns

Prime Minister Viktor Orban has tightened restrictions around free media, judges, academics, minorities and rights groups, which the bloc worries weakens democracy in the ex-communist country

Colombia to Strengthen Protection for Politicians after Candidate Murders

The killings have sparked renewed calls for more to be done to prevent political violence in the country, where hundreds of community leaders and human rights activists have also been murdered