The bureau’s strategy of patiently tracking suspected terror sympathizers has given way to a faster-moving approach amid fears about attacks on U.S. soil.
The two countries will clear Islamic State forces out of a 60-mile-long strip along the Turkish border, a major step toward increasing pressure on the militant group.
The contingency plans for a possible exit from the euro began before the current leaders came to power, the former Greek finance minister said.
The change will head off looming discrimination lawsuits but will still allow church-based units to exclude gay adults. The Mormon Church, the country’s largest sponsor of Scout units, said it might leave.
As the political landscape shifts in Russia, Muslims, who were once frequently stigmatized, see an opportunity to redefine their role in society.
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Residents cited the failure of the Lebanese government to ensure adequate trash collection as proof of a dysfunctional leadership.
An arbitration panel in Switzerland ruled that it was not necessary for I.A.A.F., track and field’s governing body, to exclude female athletes with high testosterone levels.
Men who have fled servitude on fishing boats recount beatings and worse as nets are cast for the catch that will become pet food and livestock feed.
The challenges make the prospect of closing a deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership by the end of the week highly uncertain.
Focusing on an issue that resonates with Democrats, Mrs. Clinton set a goal to produce 33 percent of the nation’s electricity from renewable sources by 2027.
The U.S. Olympic Committee killed the city’s bid hours after Mayor Martin J. Walsh said he would not sign a document making city taxpayers liable for cost overruns related to the 2024 Summer Olympics.
She had put on her Penn Face. But living up to expectations was just too much. Dying seemed the only way out. It wasn’t.
He had millions of Internet fans for his strange, profane R.&B. Then he decided he wanted more.