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Boris Johnson has dismissed an article he wrote in favour of Britain staying in the EU as "semi-parodic." Johnson, who campaigned fiercely in support of Brexit, wrote the previously unpublished article
As crises mount, relations between the US and Russia are worse than at any time since the cold war Boris Johnson’s suggestion that Britain, the US and other allies are re-examining “military options” Syria
In true Reddit fashion, a Photoshop Battle began. Reddit's Photoshop Battles have been waged on all sorts of things, from this boy who forgot to add water to his cup of noodles, to this "Unhelpful Mover."
Wells Fargo Executive Walked Away with $125 Million Retirement Package Elizabeth Warren and other senators on a banking committee will have the chance to drill the head of Wells Fargo next week over a
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Mexico has expanded its probe into the 2014 disappearance — and suspected killing — of 43 students in the southern city of Iguala, with new developments indicating the possible involvement of national
Canada will press the US to alter a border policy that has barred Canadians who admit to having used marijuana from traveling to the US, given that Canada plans to legalize pot, a government spokesman
Tensions flare between the CIA and the Senate in the fight to release the report on torture – leading the agency to spy on its own legislative overseers Support the Guardian’s fearless journalism by making
A pivot to Asia was supposed to be one of the signatures of President Barack Obama's foreign policy. But the last Asia trip of his presidency, which came to a close Thursday, has been marred by controversy.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some conservative U.S. Republican lawmakers want to tie President Barack Obama’s Syrian refugee resettlement program to a spending bill that must pass in order to keep the federal