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Obama wants 'conversation' on climate change

Violence plays role in shorter US life expectancy

Navy chief calls US ships ready for any Syria plan

In northern Iraqi city, al-Qaida gathers strength

Obama nominates Furman as top economic adviser

Top Obama appointees using secret email accounts

AP IMPACT: Cartels dispatch agents deep inside US

INFLUENCE GAME: Congress quiet on Dreamliner woes

Ruling could help US become major oil exporter

Video shows slaying of British aid worker

Obamacare initiative makes headway in Republican states

U.S. Senate win could give Republicans a chance to weaken Obamacare

Rising US economy could help Democrats stave off election loss

U.S. justices uphold firms' religious objections to contraception

In US and abroad, new focus on anti-women violence

Behind Alibaba IPO is unlikely China success story

Anti-Obama author D'Souza pleads guilty to campaign finance violation

Obama wooing skeptical allies in offensive against Islamic State

US faces intelligence challenge in Syria

Already questions about endgame in Syria

House all but lost in 2014, Democrats circle Senate wagons

Top political appointees use secret email accounts

US lawmakers push for tougher NKorea sanctions

Obama meets with Dalai Lama despite China warnings

AP IMPACT: China overtaking US as global trader

Violence plays role in shorter US life expectancy

Insight - U.S. early warning system for financial crises gets low marks

Obama's no-show in Asia a boost for China

Pentagon to bear brunt of upcoming budget cuts

Panama's boom helps drive Nicaragua canal dreams

Time to take college presidents out of sports?

Cuts in US defense spending force hard strategic choices

Bankruptcy expert named Detroit emergency manager

Cantor vanquisher Brat shies from tea party label

Indiana Gov. Pence stoking talk of White House bid

Businesses urge tough line over China antitrust policy

Obamacare subsidy case could be reviewed by US Supreme Court

Barclays hid traders role after questions, Schneiderman says