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Ai Weiwei, Joan Baez honored by Amnesty International

AmEx Troubles: Some cardholders can leave home without it

Azzurri coach Conte happy to pick players born outside Italy

Indian court rejects ban on 'offensive' Internet messages

Attacks against Mexican journalists rise under Pena Nieto: report

US court struggles with free speech case over license plates

UK court rules Prince Charles letters to ministers can be disclosed

Court rules Prince Charles letters to ministers can be disclosed

Saudi blogger Badawi views survival of 50 lashes as miracle - magazine

Pakistani minister: Officials in several ministries ran racket that freed...

Mexican journalist in censorship row says bosses tried to block story

Attacks against Mexican journalists rise under Pena Nieto

Saudi blogger Badawi views survival of 50 lashes as miracle: magazine

Justices struggle with free speech case over license plates

Defending champion Hanyu leads after short program at worlds

India's Modi faces opposition from farmers to land reforms

With gay marriage case pending, religion bills gain ground

Taiwan president pays last respects to Singapore's Lee, China shrugs off

South Sudan lawmakers extend president's term by 3 years

South Korea sees gains for its infrastructure firms from joining AIIB

AP EXPLAINS: Japan's long wait to address US Congress

Korean Oly body could give banned swimmer Park shot at Rio

Senator Ted Cruz Running for President

Bergdahl charges revive questions over prisoner swap

Police: No evidence of kidnapping of California woman

Police: Calif. Woman's Kidnapping Was a Hoax

'I'm gay': NBA player Jason Collins breaks barrier

Trio of troubles threatening Obama's second term

Hockey won't support gay marriage

Libya army chief vows end to militias this year

AP IMPACT: Commander of Nazi-led unit lives in US

Sexist attacks must be stamped out: Bandt

Review: Nathan Lane shines in 'The Nance'

Syria rebels, regime troops fight in Aleppo prison

AP Exclusive: IRS knew tea party targeted in 2011

Judge rules for cheerleaders in Bible banner suit

Thatcher, even in death, divides world opinion

Ohio lawmaker seeks money for 3 captive women

Ecuador oil spill pollutes Amazon tributary

Jordan: Arab Spring clears way for press freedoms

Myer is our store too - or at least it was

Injuries mount as Lakers face elimination by Spurs

Bombing probe highlights expansion of surveillance

Malaysia charges 5 more with sedition after polls

Runaway dancer Sergei Polunin returning to London

Wife of China's jailed Nobel winner: I'm not free

Denver pot holiday bringing crowds, tight security

Appeals court hears challenge to gay therapy ban

Putin faces protest furor in Germany, Netherlands

NY DA denies exoneration bid backed by actor Sheen

Obama thanks Singapore PM for military cooperation

Delay forces Broncos to cut Dumervil

Woman linked to NY fire ambush pleads not guilty

WA prison riot probe told of abuse, hunger

US raises concerns over Mali's arrest of editor

Falkland Islanders vote with an eye on Argentina

Fernandez putting Spain on figure skating map

Vikings land QB Cassel, talk with WR Jennings

Israelis plan to press Obama to free convicted spy

Christie signs NJ Internet gambling bill into law

Egypt protests on anniversary of Mubarak's fall

Egypt's women fighting back against sex assaults

China calls in NKorean ambassador over nuke test

French ex-minister admits lying about bank account

Man convicted in deadly Ariz. fire enters plea

Navy IDs SEAL killed in Ariz. parachuting accident

Palestinian leader clamps down on critics

Player safety rules passed by NFL owners

US: Vietnam backsliding on human rights

US slams hostage-taking Clinton to call Algeria

Appeal by photographer in gay bias case is heard

Bills LB Merriman announces plans to retire

Chavez widely mourned, but some hope change on way

Bryant, Lakers roar back against Hornets, 108-102

Abduction illustrates UN vulnerability in Syria

PNG elections fair, democratic, says PM

Music world helps Newtown heal following massacre

Is technology a job killer? A few history lessons

James not worried about being top-paid player

Authorities: Rescued Alabama Boy Doing Well

Fla. justices loosen lawyer advertising rules