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At Afghan Conference, Western Governments Affirm Their Commitments
Some 50 countries met in London this week to boost Afghanistan's prospects after foreign combat forces withdraw at the end of the year. The gathering was intended to help chart the country's future.
Obama Expected To Select Ashton Carter As Defense Secretary
On Friday, President Obama is expected to announce his pick to replace Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. Signs suggest that it will be Ashton Carter, who has served in many senior jobs at the Pentagon.
Prep Work Contributes To Successful Protest Turnout
The New York and Missouri grand jury decisions sparked protests across the country. To mobilize supporters, organizers relied on social media and old-fashioned methods of phone calls and canvassing.
In Oakland, The Disconnect Between Young People And Police
Oakland has a history of tensions between police and the community. The police department there is under federal oversight for its use of force, among other problems.
Russian Newspaper Tries Reporting Only Good News
When the City Reporter was full of cheer, readership on its website suffered. So they're back to reporting regular news.
Wilt Chamberlain Gets Extra-Long Stamp
The NBA great, who's 7'1", is the first pro basketball player featured on a U.S. stamp. Kadir Nelson, the artist who created it, tells The New York Times, "We still had trouble fitting him in."
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