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Petitioners want a zoo in Indonesia closed. Also on the Minute, following Ukraine’s money trail and e-cigarette use among teenagers.
Reports of Qayum Karzai’s expected withdrawal follow what officials have described as months of behind-the-scenes pressure from President Hamid Karzai.
A newly obtained government document explains why the picture is still clouded on the question of what JPMorgan Chase bankers knew about Bernard L. Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.
Obesity may have harmful effects on the brain, and exercise may counteract many of those negative effects, new studies in mice suggest.
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain said Wednesday they have recalled their ambassadors from Qatar in the clearest move yet underscoring their apparent displeasure over Doha’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood.
Rob Astorino, the Westchester County executive, said he would seek the Republican nomination to challenge Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, a Democrat.
Clunky fixtures and some rough workmanship in the underground mezzanine detract from what is meant to be breathtaking grandeur.
What you need to know for Wednesday: A hard winter in review, seeing old snow with new eyes, and ashes — to go.
A look at natural gas in Ukraine, Russia and Ukraine’s points of leverage and the United States’ role in the situation.
The events were the latest sign of how spillover from the Syrian civil war threatens to destabilize a long-quiet cease-fire line.
The world’s largest vote, set to begin April 7, will see as many as 814 million people select a Parliament to elect a leader in India’s most consequential race in decades.
Over nine election days in April and May, Indians will choose their representatives for the Lok Sabha, the lower house or Parliament.
Three-quarters of those with $30 million or more in assets said they got wealthier, while only 4 percent lost assets, according to a survey.
The American military’s involvement in Niger illustrates how the Pentagon is trying to juggle two competing missions in Africa: contain the spread of Islamist militancy without having to pour a lot of soldiers or money into the region.
China announced that it was increasing its military budget for 2014 to almost $132 billion. The expansion is being closely watched by other nations in the region and by the United States.
Senator John Cornyn, Representative Pete Sessions and several other congressional Republicans seeking re-election beat primary challengers inspired by Senator Ted Cruz and the Tea Party.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel suggested that he had listened to President Obama’s plea to sign on to a framework being drafted by Secretary of State John Kerry.
An inquiry into the conduct of Central Intelligence Agency employees began after lawmakers complained that the agency was improperly monitoring the work of staff members of a Senate committee.