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Cuba Signals That Extradition of US Fugitives Off the Table
Cuba's point person on U.S. relations says anything is up for discussion as the two countries move ...


US Unveils Federal Law Enforcement Profiling Ban
New guidelines offer broader protections that the Justice Department hopes could be a model for loc...


Fate of Texas' Tough Voter ID Law in Judge's Hands
The Justice Department argued that Black residents in Texas are four times as likely not to have an...


Haiti Protests U.S. State Department Warning
Haiti defended itself this week against scathing travel advisories issued by the U.S. and Canadian ...


U.S. Offering $5 Million for Kony Leads
The US is offering $5 million for information leading to the arrest, transfer or conviction of Jose...


US: Better College Stats Needed on Dating Violence
The Obama administration wants colleges and universities to compile more thorough statistics on sta...


FBI Blames North Korea for Sony Hack
A statement from the FBI pointed to technical similarities between the Sony hack and past "maliciou...


Haiti PM: US State Dept to Send Legal Team
Haiti's prime minister says a team of legal experts from the U.S. State Department will visit the C...


University of North Carolina Athletes Took Sham Classes
School-commissioned report finds Tar Heels players were set up to receive good grades....


Florida State Under Federal Investigation Over Jameis Winston Case
Feds looking into handling of sexual assault allegations against star quarterback....


Feisty Clinton: U.S. Strengthening Embassy Security
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is grilled by Senate committee on Benghazi attacks....


Commentary: A Sad Ending to Susan Rice’s State Department Dream
Susan Rice’s decision to bow out ends a sad spectacle of unreasonable Republican attacks on a brill...


US names special coordinator for Haiti response
The U.S. State Department has named a special coordinator to oversee Washington's reconstruction pl...


Officials: U.S. Seeks Credible Egypt Elections
WASHINGTON – The United States is asking besieged Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to lift th...


Some US rebuilding money finally headed to Haiti
The first portion of U.S. reconstruction money for Haiti is on its way more than seven months after...


Commentary: Connecting the Dots
There are dots connecting Trayvon Martin to Holder's actions to Scheindlin's ruling on stop and fri...


Justice Department Will Review Ramarley Graham Case
The Justice Department is now reviewing the case of NYPD Officer Richard Haste, who fatally shot Ra...


DOE Data Shines Light on Disparities Between Black and White Students
The Education Department launched a new national data pool of information aimed at analyzing educat...


Holbrooke Remembered as 'Giant' of U.S. Diplomacy
WASHINGTON – Few U.S. diplomats had the breadth, depth or length of service of Richard Holbro...


Beyoncé and Jay Z's 2013 Cuba Trip Declared Legal
An official government report states that the power couple did not violate any U.S. sanctions laws....

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