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U.S. wants world to isolate North Korea, so what's that mean?
When President Donald Trump's U.N. ambassador recently urged the world to sever diplomatic ties with North Korea, she was sketchy on the details: Should all embassies close? How about those providing the U.S. intelligence from the largely inscrutable country? And what of Sweden, which helps with imprisoned Americans?
Israeli strikes kill 2 Hamas men after Gaza rocket attack
Snow exits South, marches toward Northeast
Former U.S. military interpreter in Afghanistan now in Houston
Mohammed Younus Yousafzoy last month walked off Lufthansa Flight 440, bleary-eyed and dizzy from the two-day trip from Kabul.
PM announces on state TV Iraq’s war against IS has ended
After more than three years of combat operations, Iraq announced Saturday that the fight against the Islamic State group is over after the country’s security forces drove the extremists from all of the territory they once held.
Ex-aide says Ariz. Rep. Franks offered $5M for surrogacy
A former aide to Republican Rep. Trent Franks has told The Associated Press the congressman repeatedly pressed her to carry his child, at one point offering her $5 million to act as a surrogate mother.
Doctors identify brain abnormalities in Cuba attack patients
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Doctors treating the U.S. Embassy victims of mysterious, invisible attacks in Cuba have discovered brain abnormalities as they search for clues to explain the hearing, vision, balance and memory damage, The Associated Press has learned.
Not Real News: A look at what didn't happen this week
A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week.