Frozen treats, other supplies rocketing toward space station
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GOP criticism of Ala. Senate candidate Roy Moore grows, moving seat toward being a toss-up
Over the weekend, elected Republicans continued to distance themselves from Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama, who is vying to join their ranks but is accused of pursuing
Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon runners take over Strip, Las Vegas streets
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National Flood Insurance reauthorization moves toward a House vote
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American charged with subversion in Zimbabwe goes to court
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - An American woman charged with subversion in Zimbabwe for allegedly insulting the president on Twitter as a "sick man" made her first court appearance on
World Health Organization revokes appointment of Mugabe
JOHANNESBURG (AP) - The head of the World Health Organization revoked his appointment of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe as a "goodwill ambassador" on Sunday after the choice
WHO chief selects Zimbabwe's Mugabe as 'goodwill ambassador'
GENEVA (AP) - Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has long faced United States sanctions over his government's human rights abuses. But the World Health Organization's new chief is
Zimbabwe’s first lady is fast becoming a liability for President Mugabe
A report that Grace Mugabe donated used underwear to party activists is the latest in a series of embarrassments caused by the first lady.
Mugabe thinks whites have too much power in South Africa and says Mandela is to blame
The Zimbabwean president said he had been told that Mandela “made mistakes” when negotiating an end to apartheid.
Zimbabwe leader in South Africa as wife accused of assault
JOHANNESBURG (AP) - Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has arrived in South Africa as his wife is accused of assaulting a young model. Mugabe flew into Waterkloof Air Force Base
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