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Ambassador Samantha Power cites the right to "collective self-defense."
President Obama hit the diplomatic trail Tuesday at the United Nations.
The president addressed a United Nations Climate Summit on Tuesday.
Corrosion in Pensacola's aging pipes network is a threat that 'warrants action'
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There is a destructive gas leak every two days in the U.S.
Even small cracks or accidents can trigger a destructive explosion.
Dinesh D'Souza must spent 8 months at a San Diego confinement center and pay $30,000 fine.
The attorney general hopes the reduction is "a trend that will only accelerate."
Air strikes in Syria Monday night targeted a terrorist group few had even heard of
He didn't meet with friends Saturday to travel home.
School district being asked to reinstate Duffman Pannell as a teacher, attorney says.
More than a dozen phone calls being used to show tempestuous relationship between lovers.
Separatism carries sentences from three years to death in China.
The King Fire is big but it's growth has slowed. Firefighters have been helped by the humidity.
Staunch Second Amendment supporter openly opposes Maryland's stringent gun laws.
In Lubbock and beyond, some 55 years later the musician still holds sway.
Hillside collapsed last March and swept away 43 lives.
People who defied the Taliban to vote are disillusioned by how vote-counting played out.