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Russia Envoy: Tensions With US Are Probably Worst Since 1973
Russia's UN ambassador says tensions with the United States are probably the worst since the 1973 Mideast war
The Latest: Slovak President: EU Obligated to Take Migrants
Slovakia's president says he believes a proposal by some European Union members to receive migrants on a voluntary basis is a "dead policy," saying EU members have a "moral obligation" to accept refugees
2016 Vice Presidential Debate
Vice Presidential candidates Sen. Tim Kaine and Gov. Mike Pence met at Longwood University in Farmville, Va.
Mike Pence, Tim Kaine Discuss Donald Trump's Comments About Vladimir Putin
The vice presidential candidates debate how they would confront Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
The Note: Trump’s Campaign: Shaken and Stirred
NOTABLES --TRUMP SHAKES UP CAMPAIGN: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump brought in a new CEO and promoted a pollster to campaign manager after a tumultuous few weeks that have seen the GOP contender's poll numbers drop amid a series of controversies. The campaign announced early
Obama Asks Putin to Help Halt Assad Offensive in Syria
President Barack Obama spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin tonight to urge him to use Russia’s influence to halt escalating fighting in both Syria and Ukraine , the White House said in a statement. Shelling has been increasing along the front line in eastern Ukraine, which has laid largely
Manhandling of Prime Minister Ignites Brawl in Ukraine Parliament During Session
A heated fight erupted in the Ukrainian parliament today after a lawmaker carried Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk off the podium. Yatsenyuk was delivering his yearly report when parliament member Oleh Barna -- from President Petro Poroshenko 's BPP party -- walked to the podium carrying a bouquet
Obama Discusses Syria, Gun Violence in Presidential News Conference
The president spoke on a wide range of issues after saying farewell to Education Secretary Arne Duncan.
President Obama Addresses the United Nations
The president took on a confrontational tone in his speech this morning to the United Nations General Assembly, specifically calling out Russia, China and Iran for destabilizing activities in various world conflicts.