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Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel walk during a meeting in Rio de Janeiro July 13, 2014. Merkel and Putin agree the Ukraine situation "has a tendency towards degradation" and have urged an intensification o

From Politics & Policy 10:10 pm

Merkel Blasts Russia Over Disregard Of Europe’s Peaceful Order; NATO Worried Russia Will Control Entire Black Sea Region With Abkhazia Treaty

The annexation of Abkhazia by Russia and it's potential control over the Black Sea region seems imminent.

Former President Bill Clinton laughs with Carol Crist, wife of former Florida Governor and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist, at the final stop of a state-wide bus campaign tour in Orlando, Florida, November 3, 2014. Florida Republican Gove

From Politics & Policy 9:08 pm

Bill Clinton At It Again, Caught By Camera In Jerusalem Peeking At Woman’s Breast

Former US President Bill Clinton apparently has not learned his lesson from his affair with then White House intern Monica Lewinsky which almost had him impeached, while then First Lady Hillary Clinton almost divorced him.

Tamir E. Rice, 12, is seen allegedly pointing a pellet gun at the Cudell Recreation Center in Cleveland

From Society 4:20 pm

US Police Release Video Of Officers Shooting 12-Year-Old Tamir Rice

Cleveland police released the surveillance video of Tamir Rice being shot by a rookie officer.

The Mistral-class helicopter carrier Sevastopol, is seen at the STX Les Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard site in Saint-Nazaire, western France, May 15, 2014. The Sevastopol is one of two Mistral-class warships ordered by the Russian Navy. REUTERS/S

From Politics & Policy 1:01 am

Ukraine Says Russia Has Stopped Delivering Coal, While France Delays Warship Delivery to Russia

Russia unexpectedly suspended delivering coal to Ukraine, and yet suffered a setback in the anticipated delivery of its Mistral warship from France.

A soldier stands next to illegal weapons seized in raids following the May 22 military coup, during a news conference at a military barracks in Bangkok July 29, 2014. The weapons, ranging from shotguns to homemade bombs, and ammunition were seized during

From Politics & Policy 12:55 am

Iraqi Corruption Has Enabled ISIS Access To U.S. Weapons

A leader of a Sunni tribe in Iraq has called on the United States not to send weapons to the country through the military and police forces because they end up in the hands of the ISIS.

An Iranian operator monitors the nuclear power plant unit in Bushehr, about 1,215 km (755 miles) south of Tehran, November 30, 2009. Russia plans to start up Iran's first nuclear power station in March 2010 to coincide with the Iranian New Year, two

From Politics & Policy 12:49 am

Iran Isn’t At Fault Over Failed Nuclear Talks With U.S.; 7-Month Extension Could Yield No Deal At All

U.S. made excessive demands that's why its nuclear talks with Iran failed.

TJ Zydel works to clear his roof in the town of West Seneca near Buffalo, New York, November 20, 2014. Fresh snow fell on Thursday in snowbound western New York state, where longtime residents described the blast of winter weather as the worst in memory.

From Politics & Policy Nov 26

El Niño To Bring Colder-Than-Normal Winter Temperatures Across Canada

A weak El Niño will have Canadians feel anew 2013's winter conditions, though possibly not as frigid.

Taxi drivers protest against transportation network companies such as Uber and Lyft along with Assembly Bill 2293 at the State Capitol in Sacramento, California, June 25, 2014. Assembly Bill 2293 would require transportation network companies to expand co

From Politics & Policy Nov 26

Uber Is Good For Canadian Consumers - Competition Bureau

Canada's Competition Bureau approves the presence of Uber ridesharing app service.

Canadian Justice Minister Martin Cauchon comments on new legislation against child pornography, at a news conference in Ottawa

From Society Nov 25

Young Man, 19, Pleads Guilty in High Profile Child Porn Case in Canada

A 19-year-old young man pleaded guilty to one count of distributing child porn.

Finland's President Sauli Niinisto addresses the 69th United Nations General Assembly at U.N. headquarters in New York, September 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Segar

From Politics & Policy Nov 25

Finland Afraid Of Russian Incursion, Scrambles To Consider NATO Membership

The world awaits if Finland will indeed join NATO and how this will be taken by Russia.