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By The Associated Press | October 22, 2014 1:06 am
Call me Jokowi, says Indonesia's president
  • Pyongyang races to complete new airport
    Associated Press | October 22, 2014 12:42 am
    Pyongyang isn't exactly an international travel hub. But attracting more tourists is one of North Korea's top agenda items, so thousands of soldier-builders are working feverishly these days to give the capital a fancy new airport.
  • NKorea tries on the charm to avoid ICC referral
    Associated Press | October 22, 2014 12:42 am
    For an envoy of the North Korean government, which virtually bans the average citizen's contact with the outside world, Kim Ju Song looks breezily connected. A tablet computer is propped on his table in the United Nations' bustling delegates lounge. He hands out his name card with a Gmail address and mobile number and suggests a "coffee meeting to exchange views."
  • Gov't seeks supplies for immigration documents
    Associated Press | October 22, 2014 12:36 am
    The Homeland Security Department appears to be preparing for an increase in the number of immigrants living illegally in the country to apply for work permits after President Barack Obama announces his long-promised plans for executive actions on immigration reform later this year.
  • Klain meets with Obama on first day as Ebola czar
    Associated Press | October 22, 2014 12:36 am
    It's Ron Klain's first day as the new White House "Ebola czar."
  • Red Cross official: 6 months to contain Ebola
    Associated Press | October 22, 2014 12:36 am
    A top Red Cross official said Wednesday that he is confident the Ebola epidemic that has killed thousands of people in West Africa can be contained within four to six months.
  • A newsman's life: Pentagon Papers to Watergate
    Associated Press | October 22, 2014 12:24 am
    Ben Bradlee, the former Washington Post editor who died Tuesday at age 93, took a sleepy hometown newspaper and transformed it into a great one.
  • Ebola airport checks expand; nurses get training
    Associated Press | October 22, 2014 12:24 am
    The federal government is closing a gap in Ebola screening at airports while states from New York to Texas to California work to get hospitals and nurses ready in case another patient turns up somewhere in the U.S. with the deadly disease.
  • Investigators question Secret Service assignment
    Associated Press | October 22, 2014 12:18 am
    A new government investigation questions a bizarre Secret Service mission that pulled agents from their assignment near the White House and sent them to the rural Maryland home of a headquarters employee embroiled in a personal dispute with a neighbor.
  • HK protest talks show gap between students, govt
    Associated Press | October 22, 2014 12:18 am
    On one side of the table sat the idealistic and earnest young students in jeans and black T-shirts, knapsacks by their sides. Facing them was the line-up of seasoned government officials in their formal suits.
  • Ben Bradlee remembered for invigorating journalism
    Associated Press | October 22, 2014 12:12 am
    In a charmed life of newspapering, Ben Bradlee seemed always to be in just the right place.
  • Iraqi students begin new academic year
    Associated Press | October 22, 2014 12:06 am
    Millions of Iraqi students have begun the new academic year a month later than scheduled because thousands of families uprooted from restive areas are sheltering in school buildings.
  • Marine suspect guarded by US in Philippine camp
    Associated Press | October 21, 2014 11:54 pm
    A U.S. Marine suspected in the gruesome killing of a transgender Filipino was transferred Wednesday from his warship to the Philippine military's main camp, where he will continue to be guarded by fellow Marines, in a compromise that eased a looming irritant over his custody.
  • Kurdish fighters killed in Syria buried in Turkey
    Associated Press | October 21, 2014 11:42 pm
    Hundreds of supporters chanting slogans turned out to accompany three Kurdish fighters -- two men and a woman barely out of her teens -- to their final resting place in a dusty cemetery on the edge of the Turkish town of Suruc, within view of the Syrian border and the besieged town of Kobani. But there was one notable absence: their families.
  • Bedouin Israeli doctor mysteriously turns jihadi
    Associated Press | October 21, 2014 11:36 pm
    He was a quiet whiz kid at the top of his class in Israel, who overcame tough odds in this minority Arab village to become a star medical student and hospital intern.
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