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U.S. intelligence agencies have been concerned for years about Moscow's efforts to infiltrate American society and government — long before Russian intelligence agencies stood accused of interfering in the U.S. presidential election.
Republicans strive to get traction for a health care overhaul that's in danger of being dragged down by differences within their own party.
The U.S. secretary of state visits the world's most heavily armed border, greeting U.S. soldiers on guard near the tense buffer zone as soldiers from the North look on a few feet away.
The president welcomes German Chancellor Merkel to the White House — after accusing her of “ruining” Germany by allowing an influx of refugees from Syria.
Anti-aircraft missiles are launched into Israeli-controlled territory, following a series of Israeli airstrikes inside Syria.
Many of the domestic programs facing deep cuts in the president's budget proposal currently benefit his rural and lower-income supporters.
The corps, embarrassed by a nude photo scandal, is launching an ad campaign that portrays Marines as not only strong warriors but good citizens, the AP learns.
Israel is emerging as a global leader in the field of driverless cars, as illustrated by Intel's more than $15 billion acquisition of Israeli firm Mobileye this week.
On the trip in the Dominican Republic, dozens of deaf students wore high-tech backpacks that turn whale songs into vibrations. They gasped and marveled at feeling the sounds for the first time.
There were two bracket upsets during the first full day of March Madness: No. 11 seed Xavier beat No. 6 seed Maryland and No. 12 Middle Tennessee State downed No. 5 Minnesota.