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A pair of Russian "Bear" bombers flew alarmingly close to British airspace on Wednesday. London has asked Moscow to explain the incident.Add your comments
A classical bassist from Pasadena met a mountain tribe in Papua New Guinea made up entirely of songwriters. Luckily, he brought a tape recorder.
In a speech at a summit of Latin American countries, President Raúl Castro said the rapprochement would not make sense otherwise.
The Fed also voiced new concerns about low inflation, which could affect when it decides to raise its key short-term rate from near zero.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto said the events of Ayotzinapa "forces the country to change" toward a "just and free Mexico."
If negotiations are successful, the Smithsonian would join other attractions at the site of London's Olympic Park.
The violence was the deadliest Hezbollah attack against Israeli forces since a 2006 war between the two sides. A Spanish peacekeeper was also killed in the flare-up.
A video released by the Islamic militants demanded the release of the convicted terrorist within 24 hours, or two hostages would be killed.
In Boston, highways started filling up with cars. In Rhode Island, the governor called up 270 national guardsmen to help get the power back on.
The forecasts had called for up to 30 inches of snow for the city, but the historic storm failed to materialize. That didn't prevent thousands of flight cancellations, including at LAX.
Church leaders who held a rare news conference Tuesday said "we must all learn to live with others who do not share the same beliefs or values."
"I don't trust the policy of the United States, nor have I exchanged a word with them, but this does not mean I reject a pacific solution to the conflicts," Castro wrote in a letter.
About 300 survivors of the Nazi camp are attending the ceremony with German and Austrian leaders. But attention is also on the absence of Russia's president, whose countrymen liberated Auschwitz.
Viewing a waterfall at gunpoint in Colombia; eating fattoush at a gas station in Syria. Tales of travel, food and friendship shared with SoCal adventurer, Allan Karl
Tuesday's video matched a message released over the weekend, though neither bore the logo of the Islamic State group's al-Furqan media arm.
Oil industry representatives are criticizing the decision, but analysts say the shale revolution will buy the industry time to develop safe technology.