More than a quarter-century after the glaring headlines, former State Department Official Alger Hiss finally found the answer last week to a much disputed mystery in one of the most celebrated spy cases of the cold war era.
After her husband left her, Jennifer Santana lost her job.
On Friday, before an audience of military officers from around the world, Russia’s top generals made a startling admission of weakness.
A day after President Barack Obama publicly endorsed India’s claim to a permanent seat on the U.N. Security Council, State Department spokesman P.J
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A strong earthquake rocked Bhutan on Monday, blocking access roads in the mountainous Asian kingdom and killing at least five people, the country’s home minister told CNN.