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A North Korean rocket launch over the weekend widely believed to have put another satellite into orbit has been met with international condemnation, and serves as yet another demonstration of the hermetic kingdom’s attempts to develop nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles.
U.N. to weigh new sanctions as world leaders roundly denounce launch.
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A long-running, largely ignored civil war that has roiled Colombia for more than half a century appears close to an end. Now the biggest threat to the stability of the South American nation is peace.
The country is poised to end its long-running civil war, but an agreement may bring new problems.
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Advantages conflicts among big countries create wars in poor countries to show the world whose the strong 
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Presidential hopefuls square off tonight in the eighth #GOPDebate – a contest featuring a winnowed field of seven ahead of the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday. Follow along during the debate with U.S. News at the link below for updates, analysis, reaction and more.
The GOP presidential hopefuls square off tonight in their eighth debate – a contest featuring a winnowed field of seven ahead of the New Hampshire primary. Follow U.S. News' live blog for updates, analysis, reaction and more.
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They are all super nice persons...H&N are serious doses of mental clarity. (i'm not here, so neither are they...)
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Doctors say the rampant spread of Zika virus in the Americas evokes parallels to the rubella epidemic in the 1960s that disabled thousands of children in the U.S. and worldwide, prompting many women to seek illegal abortions.
During the 1960s, rubella caused birth defects in newborns, and researchers rushed to find a vaccine.
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The #IowaCaucuses mark the first nominating contest of the 2016 presidential campaign, and offer plenty of intrigue. Stay here with U.S. News for results, commentary and analysis throughout the night.
The Iowa caucuses mark the first nominating contest of the 2016 presidential campaign, and offer plenty of intrigue. Stay here with U.S. News for results, commentary and analysis throughout the night.
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December concluded the best year for new and existing home sales the U.S. has seen since exiting the Great Recession.
December concluded the best year for new and existing home sales the U.S. has seen since exiting the Great Recession.
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World leaders in London last week promised a record $10 billion in aid for the massive humanitarian crisis in Syria, a total the U.N. praised as "a great success." But collecting on those pledges has proved difficult in the past.
Countries sometimes pledge more humanitarian funds than they actually deliver.
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Before giving aid to Syrian better to help them finding solution for their complicated War which burned the land and the human
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie mercilessly assailed Sen. Marco Rubio for his lack of accomplishment and experience during the eighth Republican debate Saturday night, mounting an aggressive effort to halt the Floridian’s ascent three days before the New Hampshire primary.
The New Jersey governor aggressively took on the Florida senator in New Hampshire.
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Sooner bush and christie drop out the better. The RNC has lost its mind
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There isn't a country in the world where the average worker can afford the accoutrements of an ideal American life.
There isn't a country in the world where the average worker can afford the accoutrements of an ideal American life.
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Texas Sen. Ted Cruz beat a late flurry of attacks to defeat Donald Trump in Iowa.
The Texas senator beats a late flurry of attacks to defeat The Donald.
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The GOP hopefuls square off again Thursday night in their seventh debate of the campaign, minus Donald Trump. Follow U.S. News at the link below for coverage and reaction.
The GOP hopefuls square off again Thursday night in their seventh debate of the campaign. Follow U.S. News' live blog for up-to-the minute updates, analysis, reaction and more.
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Criticized for a slow #Ebola response, WHO officials may have a chance at redemption with #Zika.
Criticized for a slow Ebola response, WHO officials may have a chance at redemption.
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