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Michelle Carter has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and is standing trial.
More than 50 years after the U.S.-imposed embargo, President Obama just announced an effort to normalize ties with Cuba. After years of embargoes and sanctions, here is a look at the collapse and resurgence of U.S.-Cuba relations.
In his weekly address, the vice president addressed Thursday’s police shooting in Dallas that left five officers dead and another seven injured.
“We have closed all of our beaches and have made a decision to add signage,” said a company spokeswoman.
A video series that explores what commutes look like around the world.
Scores of people were killed and many others injured after three explosions rocked the airport and a metro station in Belgium’s capital.
The Islamic State’s coordinated attacks across Paris that left 129 dead were a clear indication of the group’s adoption of “global terror tactics.”
It noted that Belgium was “participating in the international coalition against the Islamic State.”
Jason Rezaian was freed by Iran after more than 18 months in prison.