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Trump to Bush: speak English in America
Trump to Bush: speak English in America

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump had a message for his Spanish-speaking rival Jeb Bush as they compete for their party's presidential nomination: lead by "speaking English."

Trump to Bush: speak English in America
Tsipras asks Greeks for outright majority in September vote
Tsipras asks Greeks for outright majority in September vote

Greece's ex-prime minister Alexis Tsipras called for voters in upcoming snap elections to give his radical left Syriza party a "strong mandate" to lead the crisis-hit nation.

Tsipras asks Greeks for outright majority in September vote
White House: Biden deserves 'time and space' to decide
White House: Biden deserves 'time and space' to decide

The White House said that Vice President Joe Biden deserved "time and space" to decide whether to launch a presidential run.

White House: Biden deserves 'time and space' to decide
Trash talk trumps civility on 2016 campaign trail
Trash talk trumps civility on 2016 campaign trail

Five months before early primary voting, America's presidential race has devolved into mudslinging, with Republican Donald Trump leading the charge to the bottom by lambasting his many rivals.

Trash talk trumps civility on 2016 campaign trail
Erdogan urges Turkey to choose 'stability' in November polls
Erdogan urges Turkey to choose 'stability' in November polls

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan urged Turkey to vote for "stability" in November 1 polls, as three pro-Kurdish MPs were invited into a caretaker government in an unprecedented move.

Erdogan urges Turkey to choose 'stability' in November polls
Trump boots renowned Spanish-language anchor from news conference
Trump boots renowned Spanish-language anchor from news conference

Republican White House frontrunner Donald Trump booted a journalist from a leading Spanish-language channel out of a news conference.

Trump boots renowned Spanish-language anchor from news conference
Jeb Bush: Asians abusing US birthright citizenship
Jeb Bush: Asians abusing US birthright citizenship

Republican White House hopeful Jeb Bush accused Asians of abusing rules allowing infants born in the United States to be American citizens.

Jeb Bush: Asians abusing US birthright citizenship
White House admits Biden mulling 2016 run
White House admits Biden mulling 2016 run

The White House on Monday acknowledged that Vice President Joe Biden is still weighing a possible run for the top job.

White House admits Biden mulling 2016 run
Trump sees Clinton, Biden as 'pretty equal' 2016 challengers
Trump sees Clinton, Biden as 'pretty equal' 2016 challengers

Vice President Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton would make equally formidable opponents in the race for the White House, Donald Trump said.

Trump sees Clinton, Biden as 'pretty equal' 2016 challengers
Turkey to hold snap polls on Nov 1: Erdogan
Turkey to hold snap polls on Nov 1: Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced he would call snap elections likely to be held on November 1, after coalition talks failed in an unprecedented political impasse.

Turkey to hold snap polls on Nov 1: Erdogan
George W. Bush pitches in for Jeb as 2016 heats up
George W. Bush pitches in for Jeb as 2016 heats up

George W. Bush pitches in for Jeb as 2016 heats up
Tsipras proposes snap Greek vote for September 20: agency
Tsipras proposes snap Greek vote for September 20: agency

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has proposed calling an early election in the crisis-hit country on September 20, the ANA news agency said.

Tsipras proposes snap Greek vote for September 20: agency
Victorious Sri Lanka PM urges unity after election
Victorious Sri Lanka PM urges unity after election

Sri Lanka's Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe welcomed "the victory of the people" and appealed for unity after an election which seems certain to return his United National Party (UNP) to power.

Victorious Sri Lanka PM urges unity after election
Trump to report to jury duty in NY on Monday
Trump to report to jury duty in NY on Monday

Even trash-talking billionaire candidate Donald Trump, who has upended the US Republican presidential campaign with one controversial comment after another, cannot escape jury duty.

Trump to report to jury duty in NY on Monday
Russia probes Kremlin critic ally after nixing vote registration
Russia probes Kremlin critic ally after nixing vote registration

Russian investigators questioned a top ally of opposition leader Alexei Navalny after excluding his coalition from a regional election.

Russia probes Kremlin critic ally after nixing vote registration
'Leading everywhere': Donald Trump barrels ahead
'Leading everywhere': Donald Trump barrels ahead

The Donald Trump bullet train charged full speed ahead, as the unfiltered US presidential hopeful slammed China, Barack Obama's administration and Republican rival Jeb Bush.

'Leading everywhere': Donald Trump barrels ahead
Clinton: Trump 'way overboard' in post-debate remarks
Clinton: Trump 'way overboard' in post-debate remarks

Democratic White House frontrunner Hillary Clinton denounced her Republican rival and former supporter Donald Trump on Monday.

Clinton: Trump 'way overboard' in post-debate remarks
Lawyer and politician Alexei Navalny. ©RIA Novosti
Russia bars anti-Kremlin coalition from upcoming polls

A Russian opposition coalition co-led by leading Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has had nearly all its candidates barred from September regional and local elections.

Russia bars anti-Kremlin coalition from upcoming polls
24 million watched US presidential debate: Nielsen
24 million watched US presidential debate: Nielsen

A staggering 24 million viewers tuned in to Fox News to watch the first major Republican US presidential debate, the highest-rated non-sports telecast in cable television history.

24 million watched US presidential debate: Nielsen
If Biden runs he'll need a careful way round Clinton
If Biden runs he'll need a careful way round Clinton

Joe Biden is reportedly considering entering the 2016 White House race, a longshot move to present him as a safety net for Democrats worried about a possible implosion by frontrunner Hillary Clinton.

If Biden runs he'll need a careful way round Clinton