Sen. Bernie Sanders suggests the U.S. government has blood on its hands.
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Explosives detonate as the socialist president gives a speech to hundreds of soldiers; seven people have been injured, officials say.
How a nearly unknown businessman named Khaled al-Ahmad became Damascus’ secret liaison to the West and is quietly bringing Syria’s grinding war to a close.
The president doesn’t realize he’s playing a losing hand with Iran, which has already called his bluff on targeting its oil sales.
Iranian officials are skeptical, saying American needs to rejoin the nuclear deal first.
Top delegates say they had a meaningful discussion on easing the decades-long military standoff between the two countries.
U.S. intelligence officials call the Russian bots and trolls testing the waters a top concern, but they haven’t uncovered a clear, coordinated effort to mess with the campaign.
The course Andrés Manuel López Obrador is charting marks a dramatic shift from those of his predecessors.
Pyongyang's statement accuses the U.S. of trying to pressure the North into abandoning its nuclear program. It comes hours after the U.S. secretary of state reported there had been "a great deal of progress" in two days of talks.