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Indian court rejects ban on 'offensive' Internet messages

Longtime Nebraska senator flexes a second skill: sketching

London or Paris: which is the club for Russia's Ukraine debt?

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Knox, ex-boyfriend face parallel trial by social media

Utah brings back the firing squad, so how does it work?

George Washington U. opens new museum in big boost for arts

Italy court ruling on Amanda Knox delayed until Friday

Lee Kuan Yew's legacy seen in vibrant, controlled Singapore

As Lee era ends, Singapore braces for change as young worry about future

Giuliani's fiery rhetoric clouds legacy of 'America's Mayor'

Distrust clouds vision of Kurdish peace in Turkey

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Battle flag at center of Supreme Court free speech case

Italy's highest court to hear Knox appeal of guilty verdict

Report: Diversity of New England plant life is threatened

Saudis begin airstrikes against Houthi rebels in Yemen

For business, more women in charge means bigger profits

Police, politicians push surveillance post-Boston

Obama aims to halt perception of passive president

China tightens grip on discourse, ideology

Detroit is broke could bankruptcy lie ahead?

Malaysia's opposition banks on new economic deal

Fla. to spend nearly $400,000 on gambling study

Mexican president faces teachers' revolt

NSW researchers make quantum breakthrough

AFP discriminated on basis of crim record

Markey, Gomez win Mass. US Senate primaries

Obama and Bush, partisans who share common ground

Chrysler refuses US request to recall vehicles

Small Fla. city anxious to learn jackpot winner

GOP replacement for NJ's Lautenberg not assured

In Menendez's troubles, echoes of past scandals

Bombing probe highlights expansion of surveillance

SKorea fosters startups as it seeks economic shift

SKorea's gay film maker in news over wedding plans

Judge: Ariz. sheriff's office profiles Latinos

In prior overhaul, legalized farmworkers prospered

Governments may push workers to health exchange

Crowdfunding may be more bust than windfall

Supreme Court limits suits over foreign abuses

Ohio Amish in beard-cutting case fight for release

Experts: Fla. couple may not be welcome in Cuba

Students: Censure NY college prof for rape blog

NYC looks to bump tobacco from prime retail space

2 years after Duekoue, militia leader still free

States wrestle with 'gambling' rooms in Fla. probe

2 Ohio football players face trial in rape case

Gay couples could see windfalls from court action

Venezuela's opposition ground down by Chavistas

Lost continent found on floor of Indian ocean

NC lawmakers, gov looking at lottery changes

Domenici acknowledges having son outside marriage

Obama considers weighing in on gay marriage case

California school district sued over yoga program

Italy faces political gridlock after crucial elex

Las Vegas seen as dangerous even as crime drops

Q&A: Argentina's NY court showdown on default debt

Obama urges justices to overturn gay marriage ban

Unpaid staff ripe for exploitation: report

Pro-Cuba protesters halt dissident's Brazil event

Calif. to receive larger share of mortgage deal

Ex, current Peterson lawyers face off in court

Italy's 10 'sages' try to help form government

Bank of Cyprus big savers to lose up to 60 percent

Italy's center-left leader fails to form govt

NJ professor's quixotic quest to be Iran president

Arsonist gets death for Calif. fire that killed 5

Carlos Slim's company wins Olympic TV rights

Ocalan says peace talks with Turkey progressing

After decade of criticism, student grouping rises

Italy's Bersani tapped to form new government

Court tells travel sites to pay Hawaii $70 million

Poll: Opposition lessening to Internet bets in NJ

Washington touts credentials of new pot consultant

UConn opposing bill to regulate scholarships

2,800 pigs dumped in Shanghai river raises concern

Obeid tax evasion claims unlikely to stick: expert

Appeal by photographer in gay bias case is heard