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The government has been ill-prepared to help the more than half-million internal refugees fleeing a military campaign in North Waziristan. Some worry aid camps run by militants could be recruiting grounds.
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Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott meets with President Obama today. Differences on climate change is expected to dominate the agenda.
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Success of the Affordable Care Act could hang on whether about 2 million young and healthy Americans will buy coverage starting Oct. 1, thereby ensuring the viability of the insurance pools. 
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Share of young adults living with their parents hits four-decade high:
Declining employment, rising college enrollment, and declining marriage rates among Millennials appear to be behind the trend
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The Department of Energy aims to push down costs for all low-carbon energy technologies, not prioritize one fuel over another, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said Thursday. http://ow.ly/ny2pw 
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Police raided a church compound today for the second time in two days, in a search for Yoo Byung-eun, believed to be the owner of the Sewol ferry which sank in April.
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As a federal deadline looms, Michigan is the third state to reverse course on Medicaid expansion. States that don’t expand their Medicaid programs will lose out on full federal funding.
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Decades of government neglect and more recent failings since the 2011 uprising have left the economy and some of the stanchions of Egyptian society in disrepair: Schools are struggling, railways are crumbling, and social strife is rising as discrimination and sectarian violence grow. http://ow.ly/nzi0K
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For the first time since India and Pakistan split in 1947, a prime minister from one country will attend the inauguration of the other. A bi

Wedding tourism in Taiwan: lots of flash, little cash
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Thousands of couples from Hong Kong to Australia are staging cheaper and more elaborate weddings in Taiwan. Photo shoots are especially popu

Festering and forgotten, Pakistan's other war burns on
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Today is the first round of voting for India's next parliament, launching a five-week-long process that is the world's largest democratic ex

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