Emails exchanged by Hillary Clinton and Sidney Blumenthal show that the latter had obtained information about unrest in Libya through “sensitive sources."
Israel’s new deputy foreign minister strongly refuted international criticism of the country's policies and defended its West Bank settlements.
The U.S. has said that no one can stop it from operating in international waters and airspace near disputed territories in the South China Sea.
Voters on Friday are expected to resoundingly say 'Yes' to a landmark amendment that would legalize same-sex marriage.
Russia, which has retained the ban for the tenth straight year, has passed a series of laws against homosexuality.
The Iran-backed group has pointed a finger at Saudi Arabia and the U.S. for ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Syria.
The officers are now scheduled to be arraigned on July 2, Baltimore's prosecutor announced on Thursday.
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