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US pulls more staff from Yemen embassy amid deepening crisis

Obama abandons telephone data spying reform proposal: U.S. officials

White House to 'reserve judgment' on Netanyahu visit to Congress

Exclusive: Some counter-terrorism efforts in Yemen frozen for now - U.S....

Weakness of Yemen's government undermines US terror fight

Exclusive - Some counter-terrorism efforts in Yemen frozen for now: U.S....

US halts some counter-terrorism efforts in Yemen

Obama's top aide takes blame for U.S. absence in Paris march

Obama must work with Congress to reform Cuba embargo - policy experts

Obama must work with Congress to reform Cuba embargo: policy experts

Netanyahu accepts invitation to address U.S. Congress - Israeli official

US: Long-awaited Ebola vaccine study coming soon in Liberia

Kerry in Nigeria to urge non-violence before presidential vote

US, Cuba address obstacles to resuming diplomatic ties

Trial scheduled for man accused of Capitol terror plot

Obama defends U.S. counter-terrorism strategy in Yemen

Exclusive: U.S. to back new system warning airlines in conflict zones

U.S. trade official says 'fast-track' is not a rush process

U.S. State official: 'gaps remain' in some areas in Iran nuclear talks

Security high as Phoenix prepares for Super Bowl

US ex-officials conclude nuke talks with N. Korean diplomat

Spain says to negotiate increase of U.S. troops at air base

5 things to know about political crisis in Yemen

Mosul strikes are start of new effort against Islamic State

US, Cuba spar over migration policy at historic Havana talks

Houthi display of force challenges embattled Yemen leader

5 things to know: Why crisis in Yemen matters to Americans

US spies tapped North Korean computers prior to Sony attack

U.S. wants end to travel curbs, set up embassy in Cuba talks

U.S. solar product trade ruling opens way to import duties on China, Taiwan

U.S., Iraq preparing for assault to recapture Mosul: WSJ

U.S., Iraq preparing for assault to recapture Mosul - WSJ

Profound disagreements over freedom and human rights as first U.S./Cuba...

First U.S. Envoy Heads to Cuba to Start Normalization Talks

Nearly every U.S. arms program found vulnerable to cyber attacks

180 Australians backing Islamic State group, says minister

Netanyahu basks in Congress invitation, but may shake U.S. ties