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  WASHINGTON - One never knows when the Supreme Court will hand down its last, often biggest, opinions of the term. But the justices' summer travel schedules make it a pretty safe bet that blockbuster health care and immigration cases will be decided...

Justices' summer plans point to late June finish

Updated: 5/27/2012 06:34 PM

  HAVANA - It was supposed to be Cuba's economic savior: vast untapped reserves of black gold buried deep under the rocky ocean floor. But the first attempt in nearly a decade to find Cuba's hoped-for undersea oil bonanza has come up dry, and the...

Cuba waits anxiously for oil dreams to materialize

Updated: 5/27/2012 06:34 PM

  CAIRO - Three top candidates in Egypt's presidential race filed appeals to the election commission ahead of the deadline Sunday, alleging violations in the first round vote that they say could change the outcome.

Egypt candidates file appeals, charge vote fraud

Updated: 5/27/2012 06:34 PM

  NEW YORK - For prosecutors, the work is just beginning after the astonishing arrest last week of a man who police say confessed to strangling a 6-year-old New York City boy 33 years ago in one of the nation's most bewildering missing children's...

Long road for NYC prosecutors in Etan Patz case

Updated: 5/27/2012 06:34 PM

  MOSCOW - Gay activists tried to stage two demonstrations in Moscow on Sunday to demand the right to hold a gay pride parade in the Russian capital, but they were blocked first by Orthodox Christian opponents and then by police, who detained a total...

Moscow police detain 40 as gays push for parade

Updated: 5/27/2012 06:34 PM

  Tropical Storm Beryl was close to making landfall in the southeastern U.S. late Sunday, as coastal areas were already starting to feel the impact of drenching rains and driving winds.

Tropical Storm Beryl strengthens, nears U.S. coast

Updated: 5/27/2012 10:36 PM

  BEIJING - Every workday at 7:20 a.m., colleagues pick up Yao Lifa from his second-floor apartment and drive him to the elementary school where he taught for years.

Watching dissidents is a booming business in China

Updated: 5/27/2012 06:34 PM

  SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras - Inside one of Honduras' most dangerous and overcrowded prisons, inmates operate a free-market bazaar, selling everything from iPhones to prostitutes.

Inmates, corruption rule Honduras' deadly prisons

Updated: 5/27/2012 06:34 PM

  UNITED NATIONS - The U.N. Security Council held an emergency meeting Sunday afternoon to hear a briefing from the head of the U.N. observer mission in Syria on the massacre in the town of Houla, with Russia questioning whether Syrian tanks and...

U.N. Security Council meets on Syria massacre

Updated: 5/27/2012 06:34 PM

  WASHINGTON - The U.S. can't count on Russia - a major arms supplier to Syria - to force President Bashar Assad from power, Sen. John McCain said Sunday, blaming President Barack Obama for embracing a "feckless" foreign policy and punting tough...

McCain: Don't count on Russia to force out Assad

Updated: 5/27/2012 06:34 PM

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