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Earlier this week this week, we looked at the history of divided government and how the current split in power between the Democratic White House and a Republican majority house and senate is the new normal.
A female suicide bomber detonated herself at a police station in Istanbul on Tuesday, killing one officer and wounding another, Turkish authorities said.
The PBS NewsHour spoke with Washington Post’s Dan Balz on Jeb Bush’s potential quest for the White House, the first steps politicians take to jump start a presidential campaign and the possibility of another Bush-Clinton bout.
The European Court of Human Rights ordered France to compensate nine Somali pirates accused of carrying out attacks on French ships in 2008, citing judicial delays.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has authorized the demolition of homes belonging to “terrorists” responsible for carrying out a string of deadly attacks against Israeli civilians in Jerusalem.
A new report published by the Environmental Investigation Agency revealed incidents of corruption that involved Chinese criminal gangs smuggling ivory out of Tanzania with the help of corrupt Tanzanian officials.
Cabinet ministers in Zambia have appointed Vice President Guy Scott to serve as an interim-president of the African country, making him Africa’s first white head of state since apartheid.
Freelance British photojournalist, John Cantlie — abducted in 2012 along with U.S. journalist James Foley — appears in the Islamic State’s latest video as a foreign correspondent reporting from the Syrian town of Kobani, the New York Times reported.
U.S. authorities are currently investigating a case involving three teenage girls -- two sisters and their friend -- suspected of leaving their homes in Arapahoe County in Denver to join the Islamic State militant group in Syria.
According to the Associated Press, government spokesman, Mike Omeri told reporters that Boko Haram negotiators “assured that the schoolgirls and all other people in their captivity are all alive and well.”…
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