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Cuba's ties to rogue states is an obstacle to removing it as a sponsor of terrorism.
The hackers briefly cut transmission of 11 channels belonging to TV5 Monde and took over its websites and social media accounts.
China's 150 million "dancing grannies" prefer to dance as if no one's listening.
New poll says the U.S. president is more popular in Cuba than the two Castro brothers.
The MTV Movie Awards are the non-official kick-off of the summer movie season.
A changing circus: With elephants out, here's what's next for Ringling Bros.
She's been missing for more than a month.
Out of the loop today? We've got what you missed.
All that's left of missing cabin is the concrete blocks it was standing on.
But a plan to cull the troublesome mute swans has been met with squawks from bird lovers.
A violent college hazing in 1990 at the University of Texas that led to criminal charges.
Guard shot in chest at gate on the campus in Suitland, Md., outside Washington.
The Oakland Athletic Complex features an NFL-caliber football field and Olympic-level track.
California's governor says drought will lead to forest fires and water shortages.
President responds to petition for a ban on efforts to 'convert' young gays and lesbians.
A lieutenant and an officer have been indicted on conspiracy and trafficking charges.
Parents are charged with murder and face the death penalty.
President meets with Caribbean leaders in Jamaica.
The gunman was in the courthouse for a bankruptcy proceeding.
Doris Martin was a historical educator, who took children to 19th century one-room schools.