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6th Democratic Debate: Bernie Sanders Attacks Hillary Clinton's Relationship With Henry Kissinger
After criticizing Hillary Clinton ’s Iraq War vote at tonight's presidential Democratic debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Bernie Sanders turned to attacking Clinton’s relationship with Henry Kissinger , whom Sanders called “one of the most destructive secretaries of state.” “In her book and in this
As Chemical Weapons Stockpiles Shrink, OPCW Eyes New Threats
With about 92 percent of the world's declared chemical weapons stockpiles destroyed, the watchdog agency overseeing the elimination of poison gas and nerve agents is looking now to counter emerging threats from extremist groups
Protest in Myanmar Targets US Embassy Use of Term 'Rohingya'
Buddhist monks have joined several hundred protesters outside the U.S. Embassy in Myanmar to demand it stop using the term "Rohingya" to refer to a Muslim ethnic minority group
China Human Rights Campaigner Harry Wu Dies
Harry Wu, a former political prisoner who dedicated his later life to exposing abuses in China's brutal prison labor camp system, has died
Russian President Vladimir Putin Praises Donald Trump as 'Talented' and 'Very Colorful'
Russian President Vladimir Putin offered praise for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump today, telling ABC News, "He's a very colorful person. Talented, without any doubt,” and that he believed Trump was “absolutely the leader in the American presidential race .” Speaking after his annual
The Best Moments of Vladimir Putin's Annual Press Conference
Vladimir Putin has held his annual mega press conference, where he takes questions from hundreds of journalists for hours, this year holding forth on his plans for Syria, why Sepp Blatter should get the Nobel Peace Prize , and what he thinks of Donald Trump . The event lasted over 3 hours (3 hours,
Royal Renegade Prince Harry: 'I'm Much Cooler Than My Big Brother'
Britain's Prince Harry told a group of young kids at a correction center in South Africa that he always wanted to be the "bad boy." Harry, who has been touring Lesotho and South Africa on behalf of the Queen, toured the Ottery Youth Center in Cape Town and told students he didn't like school and
Some Pretty Crazy Things Have Gone Down in These 9 Iconic Hotels
Hotels around the world have played major roles in history. For centuries, hotels have been the sites of scandals, parties and secrets. Prizes have been dreamed up in hotels; iconic salads (yes, really) have been invented in hotels; the world's most famous speeches have been drafted in hotels. So
Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet Wins Nobel Peace Prize
The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize today, honored for its contributions to building a pluralistic democracy in the country in the wake of revolution. The quartet was formed in 2013, and according to the Norwegian Nobel Committee, "it established an alternative,