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NATO To Reconsider Relations With Russia

The NATO foreign ministers are scheduled to meet Tuesday and Wednesday in Brussels, where one top agenda item will be NATO relations with Russia in light on the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. NATO spokesperson Oana Lungescu offered a preview Monday of the two-day meeting, noting that “The first working session… will focus on support for […]

Law Firm That Conducted ‘Bridgegate’ Review Paid $3.1 Million To Represent New Jersey

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, the law firm that released its report last week on the “Bridgegate” scandal, received $3.1 million in 2013 for representing New Jersey. The Star-Ledger of Newark said it has obtained records that show Gibson Dunn ranked second on a list of private firms paid by the New Jersey attorney general last […]

U.S. Navy Assisting Search For Malaysia Airlines Flight 370′s Black Box

The Australian defense vessel Ocean Shield — outfitted with a black box detector and autonomous underwater vehicle — was deployed Monday to assist the search and recovery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370′s black box. The U.S. Navy loaded the equipment onto the Australian vessel, although U.S. Navy Cmdr. William Marks told CNN’s “State of the […]

North Korea And South Korea Exchange Fire Over Maritime Border

North Korea and South Korea exchanged artillery shell rounds as a North Korean military exercise crossed into South Korean waters Monday. North Korea fired more than 100 military rounds into South Korean waters, causing South Korea to retaliate with 300 rounds. Residents of the South Korean islands fled to bomb shelters as the bombing crossed […]

Three Americans Among Hostages Freed After Taliban Attack In Kabul

Five people — including three Americans — held hostage by militants at an aid organization’s guest house in Kabul were freed Friday after a standoff with police. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid explained the building was targeted because it was used by foreigners as a church to convert Afghans […]

NATO Announces New Leader, Former Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg

NATO announced the appointment of Jens Stoltenberg, former prime minister of Norway, as Secretary General designate on its website Friday. Stoltenberg, 55, who served as prime minister of Norway from 2000-2001 and 2005-2013, will be successor to Anders Rasmussen, who’s held the post for five years. In support of his successor, along with his warm […]

Gallup: Young People More Likely To Align With Democratic Party

Young U.S. voters have become more likely to identify with the Democratic Party since 2006, a Gallup Poll said Friday. Gallup said the movement is fueled partly by increasing racial and ethnic diversity. But the poll found whites between the ages of 18 and 29 have also shifted to the Democrats in recent years. On […]

Teen’s Science Fair Project Shows How Switching Typefaces Could Save Millions

A teenager has presented compelling figures about how much money the U.S. government could save just by switching the typeface it uses in its documents. In a study published in the Journal for Emerging Investigators, an academic journal run by Harvard grads that publishes middle- and high-school students, 14-year-old Suvir Mirchandani shows how the government […]

Jet Makes Emergency Landing At Kennedy After Striking Gull On Takeoff From Nearby Airport

A plane that took off from a suburban airport Friday made an emergency landing in New York City with a bird’s carcass “impaled” on its nose. JetBlue Flight 671, headed from Westchester County Airport to West Palm Beach, Fla., landed safely at Kennedy International Airport 25 minutes after the bird strike, the Federal Aviation Administration […]

California State Senate Votes To Suspend 3 Politicians Involved In Corruption Cases

Two days after the arrest of California State Senator Leland Yee, his colleagues voted Friday to suspend him and two others involved in corruption cases. The vote was 28-1. In addition to Yee, who represents a San Francisco district, it would affect two Los Angeles-area Senators: Ronald Calderon, who is under indictment, and Roderick Wright, […]

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