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AP Exclusive: Nuke Materials Black Market

Correction: Gulf Rig Fire story

Senior Ukraine cop convicted of killing journalist

Bomb hits Libya's Benghazi on attack anniversary

Mexico's new gov't follows old drug war strategy

State Dept: Businessman held by Bolivia is in US

Mexico legalizes vigilantes, nabs cartel leader

Snowden affair chills US-Latin American ties

Mexico receives letter from drug capo sought by US

Russian sanctions author joins Magnitsky family

Amid investigation, coal exports at record levels

AP IMPACT: Cartels dispatch agents deep inside US

Alaska senator pushes for wildlife refuge road

Sunni militants capture Iraqi city near Syria

US Captures First Suspect in Benghazi Attack

Obama vows to act on his own for immigration reform

Taliban ready to deal on captive US soldier?

Saudi court detains rights lawyer

Defying Taliban threats, Afghans vote in droves

NTSB: singer Rivera dead in Mexican plane crash

Napolitano: Focus on border backup, not more walls

Egypt bars HRW head ahead of Rabaa killings report

Malaysian airliner downing puts spotlight on Buk missile system

Yemen minister escapes Qaeda ambush after vow to crush jihadists

Russia starts border army drill after Ukraine attacks rebels

Trooper deaths show challenge of patrolling state

Ukraine troops kill pro-Russia militants ahead of key talks

Deportations down 20 percent, fewest since 2007

French court: ID checks on minorities deemed legal

US admits to tensions with Pakistan

Special Report: How China's weapon snatchers are penetrating U.S. defenses

Mexico vigilantes agree to join government forces

Mexico cartel dominates, torches western state

Report: NSA contract worker is surveillance source

Ex-Soviet hackers play outsized role in cyber crime world

Egyptian forces to cordon off protest sites

Egypt president says suicide bomber had outside support

Attack on government buildings in Iraq kills two

Top Mexico cartel to keep on despite capo capture

3 West renewable energy projects get green light

AP WAS THERE: Exxon Valdez Runs Aground in 1989

Ukrainian troops drive rebels out of Mariupol

US denounces referendum plans in east Ukraine

Bergdahl uproar halts plan for return celebration

Afghans defy Taliban to vote in droves

Senate race in Colorado focuses on GOP challenger

Iran's elite Guards fighting in Iraq to push back Islamic State

U.S. scouts for Sunni allies on the ground in Iraq

Islamic State campaign tests Obama's commitment to Mideast allies

Coast Guard ends search for 2 after oil rig fire

UN nuclear agency: Iran poised to expand nuke work

White House told of Libyan attack claim Sept. 11