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Politicians are increasingly speaking out about income inequality, but experts say agreed pay hikes are not enough.
Congress lifts some restrictions that stopped prisoners being transferred to their home nations from the prison.
Oil, ethnic conflict and political intrigue are driving the latest round of brutality in the world's newest country.
As anti-abortion activists have refocused their efforts on the state level, are pro-choice advocates keeping up?
Contrary to popular perception, discrimination against Asian Americans is alive and well in the US.
Report alleges George W. Bush launched secret CIA programme that included "substantial eavesdropping help" from the NSA.
Is BDS' campaign against Israel reaching a turning point? - Opinion - Al Jazeera English www.aljazeera.com
The movement calling for the boycott, divestiture and sanction of Israel is gaining momentum globally.
US president says any effort to seize power by force will end support from international community.
Gay couples rush to marry after judge rules that law approved in 2004 referendum violates country's constitution.
Anonymous US officials contradict earlier reports that drone killed 13 civilians in Yemeni wedding party on December 12.
Some found Barack Obama's handshake with Raul Castro fraught with meaning, but others claim it lacks substance.
India has urged the United States to drop the visa fraud case against Devyani Khobragade, who was strip-searched.
A new free trade deal might expose governments to the will of corporations.
New York City, a traditional incubator for artists, has now become a 'gated citadel' for creativity.
Despite its rhetoric, the US government continues to disregard the loss of civilian lives in drone strikes.
South Africa is facing a myriad of challenges, from economic inequality to white emigration.