Rudolph Giuliani may make a run for the 2012 Republican presidential nod. (Photo by marcn via Flickr)
If Giuliani does decide to go against The Donald for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, it's unlikely he will win.
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The U.S. and other allies will meet Thursday to talk about ways money can be funneled to Libyan rebels, who are in desperate need of supplies.
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President Obama made the decision amid public clamour for the release of the photos. Skeptics say they need concrete proof that Osama bin Laden is really dead.
The deal between Palestine's rival factions has left some fearing that any hopes of peace between Israel and Palestine have been dissolved.
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Investigators are closer to finding out why an Air France flight crashed into the Atlantic two years ago.
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Many people want proof that bin Laden is dead.
The scene in Benghazi after the opposition defeated the Libyan military. (Photo by Al Jazeera English via Flickr)
Report comes as opposition, NATO reject Gaddafi's call for a ceasefire.
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The popular pontiff's beatification will move him one step closer to sainthood.
Witnesses say snipers are shooting protesters from rooftops in southern city of Daraa.
Radiation levels in Fukushima Daiichi's reactor No. 1 were more than four times the yearly allowance for plant employees.
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Sony has yet to figure out who is responsible for the attack that has left the PlayStation Network down for a week.
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"CBS Evening News" anchor Katie Couric officially announced Tuesday that she will be leaving the show.
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At least 12 are dead and dozens more injured after security forces on the ground and snipers on roof tops open fire on mourners.
The reports came a day after a government official said Muammar Gaddafi's forces would pull out of Misurata.
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A lawyer is slated to get $520 an hour to defend the controversial Defense of Marriage Act.
Protesters in Yemen. (Photo by Fadi Benni via Al Jazeera's Flickr)
Three protesters were killed and hundreds wounded in Sanaa and Taiz.
The possible acquisition is part of an attempt by Twitter to attract more users.
VIDEO: But supporters of Jonathan's opponent feel they have been cheated, burning buildings and attacking members of the country's ruling party.
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The EU wants to protect the humanitarian aid effort in Misrata.
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Among the injected chemicals are benzene and lead.
Donald Trump at the 2011 CPAC. (Photo by Gage Skidmore)
VIDEO:Donald Trump says his business skills far outshine Mitt Romney.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder (Photo courtesy the Department of Justice)
Many conservatives are lashing out at Attorney General Eric Holder and the Obama administration.
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The group also said Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi must step down.
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Authorities believe the Zetas gang is involved in the kidnapping of people from buses.
VIDEO: President Obama will lay out his own budget deficit proposal Wednesday.
VIDEO: Protesters in Cairo's Tahrir square are violently forced out by the military Saturday, leaving one dead and dozens injured.
VIDEO: Japan tightens regulations for its nuclear power plants.
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But a spokesman for the fighters says they will make another attempt.
Boehner is being lured away from a compromise, says Schumer.
Smoke billows from the Fukushima Daiichi plant. (Photo from Flickr via daveeza)
The first attempt to plug the crack fails. U.S. engineers have begun studying the Fukushima Daiichi plant disaster. Japan's farmers are hit hard by radiation concerns.
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VIDEO: Passengers had a harrowing experience when the fuselage tore open in air.
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VIDEO: Nine more people have died and dozens were injured during a second wave of violent protests.
NATO reportedly accidentally struck rebel forces outside the town of Brega. Violence also leaves six civilians dead in Misurata. U.S. officials believe stalemate may be outcome in Libya.
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Opponents have argued that some rebels may have ties to Al Qaeda.
But the president stops short of talking about reforms.
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The Dane County judge says her earlier restraining order had been ignored or misinterpreted.
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Yemen's president remains defiant despite more military defectors.
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An accident two days ago sent workers at the Fukushima Dai-ichi power plant to the hospital.
The success he says is due to the men and women in the U.S. military.
Do you know what to do in the event of a tsunami?
Week two of Calum Hayes' summer opinion series, "Things I'm Thinking."
America goes 3-for-3 in summer qualifying matches.