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Russia and the US agreed to open lines of communication to avoid accidental military conflict in the region
How they got through a 90-minute meeting together is a mystery
The two starkly divergent approaches were outlined to world leaders gathered in New York
The Assembly's first day always matters most, never more so than on this 70th anniversary
Ignore the misleading briefings. It is Vladimir Putin who is precipitating change in US and UK policy
Mr Obama was awarded the prize in 2009, less than a year after becoming President
The 14-year-old was arrested on Monday after teachers thought his homemade clock looked like a bomb
US to embrace behavioural science technique popularised in Britain
The 'special relationship' is stronger than it’s ever been
The President told David Letterman's future replacement: 'You've been taking a lot of shots at my job, I decided I'm going to go ahead and take a shot at yours.'
There was a second night of rioting and arson in the St. Louis area
Jobs and wages will be the main battleground of November’s mid-term elections
The United States is confronting yet another public shooting rampage tonight after police in Maryland confirmed that three people had been shot dead inside a shopping mall in Columbia, a suburb of Baltimore.
Another day, another embarrassing anecdote about Toronto’s illustrious mayor Rob Ford
Republican politician won't give up his lifestyle to run for the White House
Whistleblower also acknowledged that he might "end up disgraced in a ditch somewhere," saying "[if] it helps the country, it will still be worth it.”