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Obama fields phone call from Putin, as U.S. intelligence estimates Russian buildup near the Ukraine border at 40,000 to 50,000 troops
Running for the top office in a nation torn by years of bloodshed presents candidate Dawoud Sultanzoi with a number of hurdles, but the one he considers the hardest to overcome may surprise you.
Brazen takeover of Crimean Peninsula worries Western leaders that superpower could disregard nuclear nonproliferation pacts
Twenty percent of Afghan council member seats are reserved for women, who are also figuring prominently in presidential campaigns
U.S. intelligence estimates Russian buildup near the Ukraine border at 40,000 to 50,000 as worries rise over Moscow's next move
According to one hopeful, it's actually not the Taliban trying to blow the fledgling democracy's entire election process up
Afghan girl and driver killed after gunmen storm residence of U.S. charity; 3 Americans among those briefly trapped inside
Judge delays trial for at least a week as one of her legal experts falls ill, dashing hopes that track star defendant was about to take the stand
Juan Elias Garcia detained in Nicaragua only a day after his name was put on the list, police there say
Authorities say the change comes after new analysis of radar data indicates Boeing 777 was traveling faster than previously thought
Court finds investigators likely fabricated evidence in murder case that put former pro boxer Iwao Hakamada behind bars since 1966
Announced ban comes after alleged audio recording of meeting between top Turkish officials was leaked on website
Resolution reminds the world that Ukraine gave up its nuclear weapons with a commitment by Russia to respect its borders
A new CBS News poll reveals that a year into his papacy, American Catholics have very high opinions of the pope
Just this year, battle with Islamic militants has left a quarter million people homeless, with kids, elderly and women hit hardest
U.S. and Catholic leaders emerge from near-hour meeting all smiles to exchange gifts and pleasantries before Obama departs, asking pontiff to "pray for me"