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North Korea Has Restarted Nuclear Reactor, South Korea Says

North Korea Has Restarted Nuclear Reactor, South Korea Says

South Korean officials say they have confirmed that North Korea has restarted a nuclear reactor that had been shut down in 2007.

Destruction Of Syria’s Chemical Weapons System Begins

Destruction Of Syria’s Chemical Weapons System Begins

In Syria, a team of international weapons experts has begun the process of destroying the country’s chemical weapons arsenal.

No end in sight as government shutdown begins

No end in sight as government shutdown begins

It’s happened: With lawmakers in Washington at loggerheads over the same issues they’ve been arguing about for more than five years, the federal government has partially shut down.

Is The U.S. Collecting Cellphone Location Data?

Is The U.S. Collecting Cellphone Location Data?

Is the National Security Agency collecting cellphone tracking information on millions of Americans?

High-Level Meeting Set Between Kerry, Iranian Counterpart

High-Level Meeting Set Between Kerry, Iranian Counterpart

Secretary of State John Kerry plans to meet his Iranian counterpart this week for the highest-level face-to-face between Washington and Tehran in six years.

Report: Cases Of Elderly Dementia To Nearly Triple By 2050

Report: Cases Of Elderly Dementia To Nearly Triple By 2050

By the middle of the century, the number of older people suffering from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia will nearly triple, severely straining caregiving resources, the charity Alzheimer’s Disease International says in a new study released Thursday.

Putin ‘Doesn’t Believe In You,’ McCain Tells Russian People

Putin ‘Doesn’t Believe In You,’ McCain Tells Russian People

In a stinging response to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s put-down of “American exceptionalism,” Arizona Sen. John McCain told Russians Thursday that Putin “doesn’t believe in you.”

Assad Regime Hails Chemical Weapons Deal As ‘Victory’ For Syria

Assad Regime Hails Chemical Weapons Deal As ‘Victory’ For Syria

One day after the United States and Russia announced a deal to rid Syria of its chemical weapons, the first official reaction has emerged from the Syrian regime, which calls it a “victory.” Syria’s rebels are criticizing the plan, saying it doesn’t punish President Bashar Assad.

Social Security Wrongfully Paid $1.3 Billion In Disability

Social Security Wrongfully Paid $1.3 Billion In Disability

The Government Accountability Office says that the Social Security Administration made about $1.3 billion in payments over two years to about 36,000 people who were believed to be working, while claiming they were disabled.

Colorado Gets Brief Break From Flood Warnings; Rain Is Forecast

Colorado Gets Brief Break From Flood Warnings; Rain Is Forecast

The rains that brought severe flooding to parts of northern and central Colorado have eased, allowing people a chance to regroup before more rain comes, possibly as soon as Saturday afternoon.