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Colombia’s Supreme Court on Friday found the former head of the country’s security agency guilty of illegal spying during the government of former conservative President Alvaro Uribe.

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Behind the scenes of landmark U.S. terror prosecutions stemming from 1998 embassy bombings is Wendy Olsen-Clancy, who makes sure witnesses testify in trials like the one that ended this past week.

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Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was gunned down on a bridge next to the Kremlin, in what authorities said appeared to be a contract killing.

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This complex, food-friendly fortified wine—a favorite of the Founding Fathers—is emerging as a top choice for today’s wine drinkers, too.

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Lawmakers must decide whether to skip the speech, potentially provoking the ire of Jewish supporters, or attend it, giving the appearance of backing expected criticisms of the Obama administration.

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In the strongest evidence yet that chronic fatigue syndrome has a biological basis, researchers said they found an immune system signature that is present in newly diagnosed patients but not in healthy people.

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Wage growth is breaking out in an unexpected corner of the U.S. economy: the nation’s restaurants and bars. Food-service employment has surged since the recession ended nearly six years ago, growing twice as fast as overall payrolls.

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A professor in Thailand is asking: Why pay for expensive imported snails to ooze mucus all over your face when homegrown snails can do it better?

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The U.S. economy returned to its sluggish trajectory late last year, though underlying signs of strength suggest growth will pick up in 2015.

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The U.S. military is considering a months-long campaign of airstrikes to squeeze Islamic State fighters in Mosul before inserting Iraqi ground forces to retake the city, officials said Friday.