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UPDATE: Putin says Jerusalem move may end peace process


UN: Tensions over North Korea worsen rights violations


Putin declares victory on visit to air base in Syria


Palestinians at UN denounce Trump action


Tillerson says Ukraine key sticking point in US-Russia ties


Will Guantanamo Bay Prison shut down?


UPDATE: UN Security Council to meet on Jerusalem


Meeting the Defense Counsel in Guantanamo Bay


Vladmir Putin says he will stand for re-election


Muslim states warn US against moving embassy to Jerusalem


NATO: North Korea war would be catastrophic


Britain's PM meets key Arab ally, amid Trump anti-Muslim row


UN: About 11 percent of drugs in poor countries are fake


Vice President Pence: President Trump 'actively considering' moving embassy in Israel


UPDATE: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to wed in May at Windsor Castle


Prince Harry, Meghan Markle hope to start a family


North Korea defector recovering after being shot while fleeing south


UPDATE: UN chief urges calm in Zimbabwe after Mugabe


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Vigorous exercise can slow Parkinson's

Intense exercise can slow the progression of Parkinson's — enough so that patients can notice the difference, researchers reported Monday.

A timeline of terror attacks in New York City

Dozens have been thwarted, but here's a timeline of major attacks that have been carried out since the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

The New Yorker fires a top political reporter for misconduct

Ryan Lizza, the Washington correspondent of The New Yorker, was fired on Monday by the magazine, which said he had engaged in improper sexual conduct.

'Attempted terrorist attack': Suspect held after NYC rush-hour blast

The suspect, Akayed Ullah, was "wearing an improvised low-tech explosive device" that detonated in a subway tunnel passageway, authorities said.

NYC blast suspect aimed to avenge Muslim deaths, sources say

Akayed Ullah, a 27-year-old Bangladeshi immigrant, said he consumed terrorist propaganda and learned how to make the explosive device through online instructions, according to officials.