Justice Department officials say the first African-American president isn't using his financial muscle to protect jailed minority youths.
Congress is unlikely to move quickly to codify, or make permanent, last year's decision not to prosecute medical marijuana businesses.
A Christian town in Lebanon has taken up arms against the Islamic State — with help from a very unlikely source.
A hundred years after the Armenian genocide, Turkey is restoring some Armenian antiquities — but deleting the memory of what happened.
Cuba is still under a U.S. trade embargo, but executives traveling with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are looking toward a future where "there will be 30 or 40 million Americans vacationing in Cuba every year."
Over the weekend, nearly 800 migrants are believed to have drowned off the coast of Libya in a ship headed for Europe.
The former Egyptian president was found guilty of "using violence and arresting and torturing protesters."
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