Nicholas Paphitis and Derek Gatopoulos, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 3:59pm
The Greek government has avoided collapsing over a dispute stemming from Prime Minister Antonis Samaras' move to close the state-owned television broadcaster after a high court ruling offered a way out of a week-long impasse that drew international criticism.
Shawn Pogatchnik and David Mchugh, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 3:05pm
The European Union and the United States will open negotiations next month on a long-sought deal to create free trade between the world's two mightiest economic regions, an effort designed to create millions of jobs that could take years to transform from dream to reality.
Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 1:08pm
1948 _ Law passed making women a permanent part of the U.S. military services
Matthew Lee and Paul Haven, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 11:34am
The United States and Cuba will resume talks this week on restarting direct mail service despite a deadlock between Washington and Havana over detainees that has largely stalled most rapprochement efforts, a U.S. official said Monday.
Ken Thomas, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 10:36am
An outside group supporting President Barack Obama's agenda plans to air a series of ads this summer promoting Obama's health care overhaul.
Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 9:18am
The head of Homeland Security's immigration enforcement agency is leaving his job after more than four years.
Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press | posted Jun 14th - 5:02pm
The Agriculture Department says it has no indications that genetically modified wheat found in Oregon last month has spread beyond the field in which it was found.
Associated Press | posted Jun 14th - 4:20pm
A children's product maker is recalling about 165,000 baby recliners linked to at least five infant deaths and dozens of reports of children falling or hanging over the side of the seats.
Matthew Pennington, Associated Press | posted Jun 14th - 1:43pm
A senior U.S. envoy said Friday the only way to get nuclear North Korea to disarm is for nations to "close ranks" and demand it.
Thanyarat Doksone and Gregory Katz, Associated Press | posted Jun 14th - 10:18am
The British government has warned airlines around the world not to allow Edward Snowden, who leaked information on top-secret U.S. government surveillance programs, to fly to the United Kingdom.
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