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Title Headline Issue Year
A young Israeli festivalgoer’s death is confirmed, shining light on families’ long ordeal: 2023
Jailed Iranian women’s rights activist awarded Nobel Peace Prize: 2023
Lots of Russian soldiers want to surrender. Ukraine makes it easier with a high-tech hotline: 2023
NASA will fly your name around the moon on historic mission. Here’s how to sign up: 2022
Finland and Sweden formally seeking entry into NATO alliance as US welcomes move: 2022
India bans wheat exports as food security comes under threat: 2022
Taliban orders women to wear burqa in public again: 2022
12 US troops killed in Kabul attack by Islamic State affiliate group, Pentagon says: 2021
Tech platforms' treatment of pro-Palestinian content raises bias allegations: 2021
In the ring, they were gods. Now the coronavirus is forcing lucha libre stars to sell street food: 2020
From the Archives: Remembering Hiroshima's destruction 75 years ago: 2020
Death toll surpasses 150 as rescuers plough through Beirut debris: 2020
What caused the Beirut blast seems clear; now, harder questions: 2020
House arrest demanded for port officials in wake of Beirut blast: 2020
Massive blast at Beirut port injures dozens across capital: 2020
There have been more coronavirus infections than we think, but new study muddies the picture: 2020
World Health Organization declares coronavirus a ‘pandemic’: 2020
60 years after Castro seized control, Cuba still faces the same old problems: 2019
Trump, Kim begin push for peace at summit: 2018
In Saudi Arabia, movies are suddenly being embraced: 2018
Trump says US will quit Paris climate change accord: 2017
Breaking News - Russian Ambassador Shot Dead in Turkey (Warning Disturbing Images): 2016
Trump’s early decisions rattle global-development advocates: 2016
Pride, relief after childhood friends from Sacramento thwart European train attack: 25.6 2015
Stars and Stripes fly over U.S. Embassy in Havana for first time in half century: 25.6 2015
Mexico hands out free TVs to the poor in massive giveaway: 25.6 2015
India rescinds ban on Internet porn after public outrage, ridicule: 25.6 2015
Beijing chosen to host 2022 Winter Olympics, angering human rights groups: 25.6 2015
At South African orphanage, baby rhinos find a home after surviving poaching: 25.6 2015
Little world, big heart: Pluto stuns in New Horizons image: 25.6 2015
The three surprising countries you should thank for low gas prices: 25.5 2015
Albino children hunted, maimed in Tanzania now healing in Philadelphia: 25.5 2015
Bin Laden’s papers show he studied US terrorism investigations and military history: 25.4 2015
Banned from driving, Saudi women flock to ride-share apps: 25.4 2015
New record! Astronomers nail down distance to the earliest galaxy yet: 25.4 2015
Luck and tainted food -- a California pair's recipe for survival in Nepal: 25.3 2015
Many still missing as toll for Nepal's earthquake tops 5,000: 25.3 2015
Nepal on ‘war footing’ to restore order; earthquake toll passes 3,800: 25.3 2015
Experts long feared Nepal buildings couldn't survive big quake: 25.3 2015
Germany’s response to Nazism on trial as man, 93, faces 300,000 charges: 25.3 2015
China cracks down on women's-rights protesters: 25.3 2015
Al-Shabab: Christian hostages held in Kenya university: 25.3 2015
Doomed German airliner began its fatal fall moments after reaching cruising altitude: 25.2 2015
Four years after tsunami, Japanese coastal town near nuclear plant remains deserted: 25.2 2015
Young Cuban artists testing the boundaries of dissent: 25.2 2015
Conspiracies swirl over Moscow murder as no suspects named: 25.1 2015
Transformation of 'Jihadi John' -- from quiet Briton to suspected killer: 25.1 2015
Soap opera actor wakes up from one-night-stand to find his testicles have been removed: 25.1 2015
In Ukraine, tragic but fake death of heroic nurse who was actually a porn star: 25.1 2015
How Colombia became the flower king of Valentine’s Day: 25.1 2015
Shark 'bites off legs' of man in fatal Australia attack: 24.21 2015
Torn apart by Tiananmen, father and son still fight for free speech in China: 24.21 2015
Wife of beheaded journalist ‘proud’ he conveyed tragedy of war: 24.21 2015
Found: 5 small planets orbiting an 11.2-billion-year-old sun: 24.21 2015
U.S. TV shows pulled from Chinese video portals: 24.21 2015
US eases Cuba travel but don’t book your Spring Break just yet: 24.21 2015
Boko Haram attacks: Satellite images show ‘catastrophic’ carnage in Nigeria: 24.21 2015
New issue of Charlie Hebdo sells out in France: 24.21 2015
Charlie Hebdo’s new edition: ‘We can’t remain silent’: 24.21 2015
World leaders join huge rally in Paris to mourn attack victims: 24.21 2015
Death of Young Killer Whales Raises Worry about the Species’ Survival: 24.21 2014
AirAsia Flight 8501 Probably ‘at bottom of sea,’ Official Says: 24.21 2014
China’s Influence Threatens American Universities, Experts Say: 24.20 2014
2 Hong Kong College Students Emerge as Leaders in Mass Protest: 24.16 2014
U.S. Colleges Screen Some Students for Ebola: 24.14 2014
Study Abroad Programs in Hot Spots Make Changes: 24.14 2014
Iraqi College Students Share How ISIS Conflict is Affecting Them: 24.13 2014
6 U.S. College Students Studying Abroad Stuck in Ebola-Stricken Country: 24.13 2014
Tank Man Photographer Reveals Details About Famous Image (VIDEO): 24.10 2014
Tiananmen Square, 25 Years Later: 24.10 2014
China Begins Crackdown on Tiananmen Observances, News Coverage: 24.10 2014
WATCH: Young Iranians Arrested for 'Happy in Tehran' Music Video: 24.9 2014
More Low-Income College Students Graduate in Australia than U.S.: 24.8 2014
Anti-Apartheid Icon Nelson Mandela Dies at 95: The former South African president was battling health issues before his passing. 23.22 2013
Typhoon Haiyan: The Deaths, Damage & How You Can Help: 23.20 2013
Queen Elizabeth’s Signature Approves Gay Marriage in Britain: 23.13 2013
Nelson Mandela Remains in Critical Health Condition: 23.12 2013
Today Marks 69th Anniversary of D-Day: 23.11 2013
China College Admissions Bias is Testing Girls' Patience: 23.3 2013
Oscar Pistorius is Granted Bail by South African Magistrate: 23.3 2013
Oscar Pistorius Denies Charge of Premeditated Murder: 23.3 2013
Hundreds Injured By Meteor Explosion in Russia: 23.3 2013
Prisoner Hides Smuggled Mobile Phone in Butt: 23.2 2013
Chinese School Offshores Its Graduates to U.S. Colleges: 22.25 2012
Most Recognized Global Brands: 22.18 2012
Havana Club Rum Dispute Isn't Over Yet: 22.14 2012
Scientists Say an HIV Cure is Within Reach: 22.13 2012
Tragedy in Norway: Through a Foreign Student’s Eyes 21.35 2011
Fingertips: The 2008 Beijing Olympics: One Boy Embodies The Spirit Of The Games 2008
International Women's Day: In Honor of Women’s History Month 2008
Today's Black Movers & Shakers: A new crowd of men and women aim to change history. 2008
Sweatshops: Book From UCLA Students Reveal New Info 2006
Military Blogs: Soldiers Share Their Stories in Online Diaries 2006
2006 Winter Olympics: A Guide to the Turbin Games 2006
Gay Soldiers: U.S., UK Differ over Gays in Military 2005
Leaving The Past Behind: Young Vietnam Strides Into Future 2005
Education City: In Modernizing Qatar, U.S. Universities are Being Welcomed 2005
Pope John Paul II: Pope John Paul II Succumbs, World Mourns 2005
Afghan Teens Learn U.S. Culture: As They Prepare for Study Abroad 2004
Bioengineering: Bioengineers Create Spare Parts For An Aging Population 2004
Counting Of Ballots Is Must-See TV: For Many in Afghanistan 2004
Iraqi Universities: Democratic Debate Bursting out All over Iraq’s University Campuses 2004
G.I. Students: Returning Soldiers Struggle to Adjust back to Normal Lives on College Campuses 2004