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On Human Rights, Obama Finds Vietnam a Work in Progress
President Barack Obama spoke of the "remarkable strides" Vietnam was making on a range of issues, but the transformation clearly is still very much a work in progress
The Latest: Groups Oppose GOP Convention Protest Area
Organizers for two groups on opposite ends of the political spectrum are unhappy with a protest route designated for the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, arguing it restricts their free-speech rights and creates the possibility of clashes
Clinton: Trump Could 'Bankrupt America' Like His Companies
Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump's economic policies would lead to lower wages, fewer jobs and more debt _ warning unionized workers that the presumptive Republican presidential nominee could "bankrupt America like he's bankrupted his companies."
1 Dead in Chile Protests as President Speaks in Congress
Violent protests erupted in Chile as President Michelle Bachelet presented a state-of-the-nation report to Congress
Can Cleveland Keep the Peace During Republican Convention?
Will Cleveland be able to keep the peace during the Republican National Convention?
Poll: Two-Thirds of US Would Struggle to Cover $1,000 Crisis
Two-thirds of Americans would have difficulty coming up with the money to cover a $1,000 emergency, according to an exclusive poll conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research
Trump More Than Happy to Agree Sanders Is Getting a Raw Deal
As the Democratic primary winds to a close, Bernie Sanders is winning sympathy from an unlikely ally: GOP front-runner Donald Trump
Bernie Sanders Leading in West Virginia Democratic Primary, Exit Polls Show
Based on exit poll analysis, Bernie Sanders is leading Hillary Clinton in the West Virginia Democratic primary. Sanders's lead in West Virginia is due in part to large turnout among men, white voters and independent voters, preliminary exit poll results show. The Vermont senator, who has railed
'Panama Papers': Thousands More Documents To Be Made Public in Database
Thousands of documents relating to more than 200,000 offshore entities named in the " Panama Papers " will be made available to the public in an online database on Monday. The leaked data comes from nearly four decades of archives from a Panamanian law firm specialized in offshore entities, Mossack