Armenia-Azerbaijan clashes: US, others must intervene as conflict escalates, experts say

It has mostly fallen into the lapse of being a frozen, forgotten fight, but the long-simmering tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan reached new heights on Sunday – threatening serious implications for NATO and the looming possibility of an all-out war. The most vitriolic clashes

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Biden to start holding in-person events in battleground states again after Labor Day

After more than five months of mostly virtual campaigning amid the coronavirus pandemic, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said he will resume in-person campaigning next month, with stops in some of the crucial general election battleground states. The former vice president announced

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DOJ releases long-awaited Mueller scope memo, revealing the probe went beyond previously known mandate

The Justice Department on Wednesday released a mostly unredacted version of then-Acting Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s August 2017 “scope memo” outlining the authority of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller — and the document reveals for the first time that Mueller’s authority

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