Future - The gold owner's guide to 2013
by Michael J. Kosares
New year outlook & review
By MARK LANDLER
President Obama named Chuck Hagel, a former Republican senator, and John O. Brennan, his chief counterterrorism adviser, as his picks for two top national security posts.
By ANDREW JACOBS
Legal advocates said that the announcement fueled hopes that the draconian system of labor camps, established in the 1950s, would be significantly modified.
By EDWARD WONG
Hundreds of people gathered on Monday, carrying banners and chrysanthemums, to show their support for journalists who declared a strike over censorship.
Should there be American troops left in Afghanistan after 2014? Ideally, no, but the Pentagon is pushing for them.
By MARTIN FACKLER
A review ordered by the new conservative government could lead to the first increase in military spending in a decade.
By CHOE SANG-HUN
Bill Richardson, the former governor of New Mexico, and Eric Schmidt, Google's executive chairman, visited North Korea on Monday in what was billed as a humanitarian mission.
By NIHARIKA MANDHANA and ANJANI TRIVEDI
A New Delhi court banned reporting in the gang rape case on Monday, responding to a chaotic courtroom and a large number of female lawyers who say no one should represent the accused.
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In a long and rambling speech Syria's president mixes defiance with denial
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