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Ahead of direct talks later this month, the U.S. and China used a summit in Papua New Guinea to promote their competing political and economic visions.
Bangladesh says it won't force Rohingya Muslims back to Myanmar, where they were victims of ethnic cleaning last year. But is that really worth celebrating?
The British Prime Minister is quickly running out of options, and time, to sell a sharply divided parliament on her Brexit plan.
The British cabinet signs off on a draft Brexit deal, even as its prospects of passing the House of Commons are anything but certain.
The New York Times called evidence of 13 undeclared missile sites evidence of a 'great deception' by North Korea. Others disagree.
A new presidential directive forbids those entering the U.S. illegally from being able to seek asylum protections.
"If you started using this technology in languages that are not spoken by most people in the world, it could be a big source of foreign influence."
A lack of gender quotas and term limits, coupled with America's incumbency bias, means gender parity in Congress could still be decades off.
Global issues like immigration and trade have infiltrated the midterm election discourse, repurposed by President Trump as domestic issues.