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Stansfield Turner, who led major CIA reforms, dies
Stansfield A. Turner, who served as CIA director under President Jimmy Carter and oversaw reforms at the agency after the Senate uncovered CIA surveillance aimed at American citizens, has died
AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America, Caribbean
AP PHOTOS: Racers roar off to start two-week Dakar 2018 race, Honduras opposition supporters march to support victory claim in disputed presidential election, Chileans clash with police during commemoration of slain indigenous activist
Box of Fidel Castro's cigars sells for almost $27,000
A signed box of Cuban cigars from Fidel Castro's personal collection has sold at auction for almost $27,000
Democratic Madison mayor enters Wisconsin governor's race
Longtime Democratic Madison Mayor Paul Soglin joined the race for Wisconsin governor Wednesday, immediately tying Republican Gov. Scott Walker with President Donald Trump
Today in History
Today in History Today is Sunday, Jan. 7, the seventh day of 2018. There are 358 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Jan. 7, 1789, America held its first presidential election as voters chose electors who, a month later, selected George Washington to be the nation's first chief
Who is Raul Castro?
Raul Castro has led Cuba since his brother Fidel Castro transferred power to him in 2006.
Raul Castro: I'm stepping down as Cuba's president on April 19
Raul Castro will step down as Cuba's president on April 19, 2018, he announced Thursday during the National Assembly meeting in Havana. Castro, 86, has led the country since 2006 after his brother, Fidel Castro , stepped down due to health issues. The younger Castro officially became the country's
A look back at Raul Castro's time in office
A timeline of the Cuban leader's biggest moments, from taking over from his brother Fidel Castro to working with President Obama.
JFK assassination investigation files released
The documents released by the National Archives include memos about Communist sympathizers and Hoover's frustration over Oswald's death.
JFK assassination files reveal Hoover's frustration over Oswald's death, Soviet reaction
Documents released by the National Archives Thursday illustrated the broad swath of the investigation into the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, including memos about Communist sympathizers, anti-Fidel Castro activities and U.S. intelligence assets offering information about Cuba.