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Even though a deadline passed for demonstrators to vacate government premises, pro-Russian protesters continue to seize government buildings in Ukraine cities, Slovyansk and Luhansk, with no consequences in sight. Video by Associated Press Armed...
Hilda Abraham of Dumfries, Va., holding her daughter Jailyn Izabella Lliguichuzhca, receives information about the Affordable Care Act from a patient care and outreach coordinator. Photo by Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post WASHINGTON — A...
For years, the people of Myanmar were cut off from the rest of the world, isolated by strict military rulers. But a recent cease fire has ushered in a period of calm, which is opening up the country and creating new opportunities. Many in Myanmar...
Monday’s bombing marked the bloodiest militant attack ever in Abuja. A deadly explosion at a bus station in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja, left at least 71 people dead and 124 wounded on Monday morning. Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan...
Paul Muldoon reads part five of his poem “A Civil War Suite” at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C. A Civil War Suite 5. Sally Mann: Manassas Less the idea of what the world might be “like” than what it is...
Attorney General Eric Holder told the audience at the annual National Action Network convention in New York April 9 that he and the president had faced “ugly and divisive adversity.” Photo by J. Countess/Getty Images Today in the...