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Mike Flynn somehow in more trouble than ever, generals urge Trump to surge troops in Afghanistan, South Korea picks a new president, and more.
Trump's Options for Dealing with North Korea Are All Terrible
Experts explain how we got here and run through the options for avoiding a devastating regional war.
Clinton and Trump's intelligence briefings aren't anything to worry about
The candidates are about to get classified briefings from the US spy agencies. But neither one is going to learn any major state secrets from them.
Joe Johnson Has A Shot At A Winning Third Act In Miami
Joe Johnson has had a long and successful career, but his kind-of-boring excellence was eclipsed by his huge contract. Now, in Miami, he can write his own ending.
Guinea Worm Is Set to Be the Second Disease We’ve Ever Managed to Eradicate
Jimmy Carter has been pushing efforts to eradicate the painful disease, and now has backing from the UK to finish the job.
Former President Jimmy Carter Says He's Now Cancer-Free
"When I went [to the doctor] this week, they didn't find any cancer at all," Carter told a Georgia church on Sunday. "So I have good news."
Bolivian President Evo Morales Wants Fourth Crack at the Job
Bolivian legislators approve a reform that could open the way for Morales to run for a fourth term in 2019, if it is ratified in a referundum in February
How Jimmy Carter Made Me Want to Become a Better Person
His "Malaise" speech about "the growing doubt about the meaning of our own lives and in the loss of a unity of purpose for our Nation" remains one of the most powerful presidential speeches ever.
Former President Jimmy Carter Has Cancer
According to a statement released by the Carter Center on Wednesday.
Obama’s Move to Preserve More Than 1 Million Acres of Land Is Rankling Republicans
The US president used his executive powers to protect huge swaths of land in Nevada, California, and Texas, despite claims of a federal "land grab" from Republicans.
Millennials and the 'Nones': Why 40 Years of Religion in US Elections May Change in 2016
As the religious landscape in America continues to change, the role religion will play in the 2016 presidential elections may very well change with it.