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In 2000, the Florida ballots of overseas service members were a key point of controversy in the contested Bush vs. Gore election. Now, 16 years later, little has changed for most overseas troops, who still vote absentee mostly through international mail.Add your comments
Even as China presses ahead with a military buildup in the South China Sea, the U.S. invited it to take part in the world's largest naval exercise at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
Shirtless L.A. activists will strut down Venice Beach in celebration of GoTopless Day, which promotes gender equality.
More than a million asylum seekers arrived in Germany last year. After three months, they are allowed to work. The CEO of Daimler predicted a new "economic miracle." It hasn't happened.
Defections appear to be on the rise, but it's difficult to tell what that means about relations between the North and South — or the stability of Kim Jong Un's regime.
In Italy and the U.S., restaurants are pledging to use sales of spaghetti all' amatriciana, to raise funds for the Italian town.
The share of multiracial children in America has multiplied tenfold in the past 50 years. It's a good time to take stock of our shared vocabulary when it comes to describing Americans like me.
The earthquake struck overnight, devastating a number of picturesque small towns packed with vacationers. Here are a few resources on finding information on survivors and how to help.
On this week's The Brood - Take Two's weekly parenting segment - what do you do if your child wants to be the next Simone Biles or Michael Phelps?
The U.S. military has joined forces with environmental groups to preserve natural habitats. More than 400 threatened and endangered species are benefiting, and so is the Pentagon.
Elizabeth Bodine-Baron of RAND explains how a social media company can determine which accounts to block, and if it can make a difference.
The Summer Olympics in Rio have officially come to a close.
The photo of the rescued boy in Syria has inspired sympathy, outrage — and donations. But will it be forgotten tomorrow?
More than 40,000 people have been detained and approximately 20,000 arrested. More than 5,000 civil servants have lost their jobs.
After the head of the U.S. Olympic Committee issued a formal apology to Rio and Brazil over the U.S. swimmers' behavior, star athlete Ryan Lochte broke his silence over a debunked robbery claim.
With her seventh Olympic medal, Allyson Felix now becomes the most decorated female athlete in U.S. track and field's history.