David Herszenhorn

New York Times

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The GOP establishment is begging Paul Ryan to take over the House speaker position from the departing John Boehner.

Ryan Seeks Support of Freedom Caucus

The GOP establishment is begging Paul Ryan to take over the House speaker position from the departing John Boehner.

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In several eastern Ukrainian cities, pro-Russian demonstrators seized government buildings yesterday.

The West and Kremlin Eye Pro-Russian Protestors

In several eastern Ukrainian cities, pro-Russian demonstrators seized government buildings yesterday.

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Edward Snowden, the fugitive leaker of secrets about the National Security Agency, says he could face torture or the death penalty if he's extradited to the United States.

Snowden Asks Russia for Asylum

Edward Snowden, the fugitive leaker of secrets about the National Security Agency, says he could face torture or the death penalty if he's extradited to the United States.

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