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- Obama renews call to cut nuclear stockpiles video
- U.S. President Barack Obama renews his call to reduce U.S. and Russian nuclear stockpiles and to confront climate change, a danger he calls "the global threat of our time."
- new Karzai backs away from Taliban peace talks
- Afghanistan's president said Wednesday he will not pursue peace talks with the Taliban unless the United States steps out of the negotiations, while also insisting the militant group stop its violent attacks on the ground.
- Monsoon floods kill 102 in India
- India's prime minister says the death toll from flooding this week in the northern state of Uttrakhand has surpassed 100 and could rise substantially.
- analysis Neil Macdonald: Washington's obsession with leakers
- Julian Assange and Edward Snowden are just the most prominent targets in an all-out legal and propaganda campaign that America's security apparatus is mounting against leakers everywhere, Neil Macdonald writes.
- Jimmy Hoffa search near Detroit called off by FBI
- The excavation of a rural field in suburban Detroit has failed to turn up the remains of former Teamsters union leader Jimmy Hoffa, the FBI announced Wednesday, adding another unsuccessful chapter to a nearly 40-year-old mystery.