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By DAVID E. SANGER and CHOE SANG-HUN
An explicit threat from North Korea that its missile and nuclear programs would "target" the United States revives a challenge the White House had tried to contain for four years.
By JENNIFER STEINHAUER
At an emotional news conference, Senator Dianne Feinstein of California announced legislation intended to "dry up the supply" of assault weapons.
By LYDIA POLGREEN
A leader of Ansar Dine, one of the main Islamic militant groups fighting to control Mali, said that he would form his own group to seek negotiations to settle the country's crisis.
By ALAN COWELL
Days after the deadly hostage crisis in Algeria, Britain, Germany and the Netherlands urged their citizens in Benghazi to leave immediately and warned against travel to several other Libyan cities.
By DAVID JOLLY
Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain said his goal in seeking a referendum on his country's membership in the European Union was to reform the bloc, not to retreat into isolation.
By THOM SHANKER
The ScanEagle drone, which uses off-the-shelf video equipment, allows local commanders the ability to gather close-in, real-time images of an immediate target.