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Updated April 14, 2015 - 11:29 PM EDT
US Expands Role in Saudi Arabia's War on Yemen
 
  UN Imposes Arms Embargo Targeting Houthis; Russia Abstains
  Iran Urges New Yemeni Govt, Offers Help in Transition
Senate Compromises on Iran Bill, Obama Will Sign
 
  Putin Ends Ban on Sale of Defensive Missiles to Iran
  Israel Blames US for Russia's Reversal on Iran S-300 Sales
  Deal or Not, Many US States Will Keep Sanctions Grip on Iran
  Iran, Israel Cooperating in Nuclear Test Ban Monitoring
Reuters Chief Flees Iraq Amid Threats By Militias
 
  US Court Sentences Blackwater Guards Over 2007 Iraq Massacre
  Militants Back in Baiji Refinery; 139 Killed Across Iraq
Obama Takes Cuba Off Terror Sponsor List
Taliban Kills 18 Afghan Troops in Northeast, 8 Beheaded
German FM: Russia G-8 Return Depends on Ukraine Truce
Viewpoints
The New Militarism: Who Profits?  by Ron Paul
The Socialist Party and the Old Right  by J. Arthur Bloom
Obama’s Nuclear Agreement Is a Good One, But Issues Remain  by Ivan Eland
How the Fed Feeds War  by Dan Sanchez
The Obama Doctrine  by Patrick J. Buchanan
Same Surveillance State, Different War  by Adrienne LaFrance

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Frontline
Florida Ex-Senator Pursues Claims of Saudi Ties to Sept. 11 Attacks
'Submarine' in Sweden Was Only Civilian Boat
PA Man Pleads Guilty to Making and Selling IEDs
Report: 11 US Ebola Treatment Centers Treated Only 28 Patients
Eastern Europe Is Boosting Military Budgets, but US Is Still the Big Spender
 
Iran
US Chief Negotiator: Military Strike Won't Stop Iran's Nuclear Program
Kerry: There Are Many 'Misrepresentations' About Iran Deal
Obama Pleads With Jewish Groups to Back Iran Deal
Russian Decision on Iran Missiles Will Not Hurt Nuclear Talks: State Dept
Russia Updated Israel on Decision to Lift Ban on Sale of S-300 Missiles to Iran
Iran: Russian Decision on Ending Missile Ban Can Help Stability
Iraq/Syria
Militants Back in Baiji Refinery; 139 Killed Across Iraq
ISIS Militants Breach Iraq Refinery Perimeter, Repelled
UN Says Iraq Government Responsible for Protecting Journalists
Iraq PM to Seek Weapons on US Visit
After Delays, Iraq Expects US F-16s to Be Delivered in Summer
Yarmouk Refugees Describe ISIS Raid on Syrian Camp
Palestine/Israel
'Not a Single Destroyed Home in Gaza Has Been Rebuilt'
Rights Group Blasts Israeli Settlements for Palestinian Child Labor
Rightist NGO Operating Tunnel Dug Illegally Near Western Wall, Say Petitioners
IDF Soldier Arrested for Espionage, Passing Information to Far-Right Settlers
Europe
Violence Escalates in East Ukraine Ahead of Talks
Man Arrested After Murder of Assad Critic in London
The War at Home
Investigator: VA Whistleblower Cases Remain 'Overwhelming'
VA Building Projects Riddled With Mistakes and Cost Overruns
Navy to Deploy First Underwater Drones From Submarines
Americas
Colombia Investigating 22 Generals Over Extrajudicial Killing Scandal
 
Yemen/Saudi Arabia
Pakistan Seeks to Calm Relations With Gulf States Over Yemen
How Long Can Pakistan Stay Out of Yemen Fight in Face of Saudi Pressure?
Iran Bans Citizens From Umrah After Reports of Saudi Assaults
Combat in Yemen Risks Stirring Sectarian Hatred
Human Rights Group Asks Saudi Arabia, US to Protect Civilians in Yemen
Hezbollah Leader Says Saudi Strikes in Yemen Constitute 'Genocide'
Saudis Warn Hezbollah Criticism of Yemen Invasion Won't 'Serve Lebanon's Interests'
Nigeria
Nigerian Opposition Wins Key States, Shores Up Victory
Mistaken for a Boko Haram Bomber, Nigerian Woman Was Lynched by Mob
Nigeria's Chibok Girls 'Seen With Boko Haram in Gwoza'
800,000 Children in Nigeria 'Running for Their Lives' From Conflict, Says UNICEF
Libya
As Libya Crumbles, Calls Grow for Feuding Factions to Meet Halfway
ISIS Militants Claim Attacks on Embassies in Libya
Africa
At Least Five Shot in Anti-Government Protest in Guinea
Egypt to Sentence Gaza Smugglers to Life in Prison
Bashir Center Stage as Sudan Votes, Opposition Boycotts
Violence in Gabon After Death of Andre Mba Obame
Asia
Indonesia Eyes Regular Navy Exercises With US in South China Sea
China Frees Five Women Activists on Bail After Outcry
Bomb Kills Two Police in Northeast Myanmar Near China Border
Bangladesh on Alert After Ji Leader's Execution
Cuba
Obama's Miami Connections Helped Smooth Path to Meeting With Castro
American Flags Popping Up in Cuba on Everything but a Pole
 
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Columnists

Justin Raimondo
4/13/2015
Israelís Strategy: Divide and Rule

Ivan Eland
4/14/2015
Obamaís Nuclear Agreement Is a Good One, But Issues Remain

Dan Sanchez
4/14/2015
How the Fed Feeds War

Lucy Steigerwald
4/03/2015
The Nonsense of War

Nebojsa Malic
3/05/2015
Not Quite Goodbye

David R. Henderson
12/16/2014
Questioning the Powerful

Ran HaCohen
8/02/2014
Yet Another War of Deceit

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