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When she was about 14, Hillary Clinton says, she wrote to NASA volunteering for astronaut training.
It's been a long time coming, and perhaps a cause for celebration. But when it comes to your finances, the new record high for the Dow Jones industrial average will probably have zero impact. Most retirement or brokerage accounts will be unaffected.
Soccer is a cruel game. Sometimes even for its winners. Cruel because Cristiano Ronaldo had to watch the victory of his life -- at least one of them -- from the sidelines.
The European Union is already operating at several different speeds, even before Britain's vote to leave raised new questions about whether the bloc should be more integrated or give more power back to its member countries.
Donald Trump gives credit where credit isn't due when he brands Saddam Hussein a potent foil of terrorists.
The bloody weekend attack by Bangladeshi militants that left more than two dozen dead was also an attack on the country's vital garment industry.
A highway overpass in Fallujah is plastered with Shiite banners, graffiti and posters of militia leaders, a virtual shrine to victory over the Islamic State group in this majority Sunni Muslim city.
President Barack Obama is backtracking on his warning that Britain would go to the "back of the queue" for a U.S. trade deal, as he tries to contain the fallout of the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
Hours after the U.S. Supreme Court sent his immigration policy into legal limbo, President Barack Obama huddled around a long conference table in the Roosevelt Room with disappointed activists. The president looked out at familiar faces, some teary. It had been a long and tough fight, Obama said, and he had taken some beatings -- even from supporters who "whupped on me good."
When Britain voted to leave the European Union, pro-Russians in Serbia were quick to proclaim the bloc's death: they lit candles and laid flowers in front of the EU headquarters in Belgrade and declared the country's efforts to join the 28-nation club null and void.
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