Targeting what he calls "misleading" statements about his work for the U.S., former NSA contractor Edward Snowden tells NBC's Brian Williams he "was trained as a spy" and lived under a false name.
The Common Core State Standards have roiled state legislatures across the country and frustrated some parents. But for kids in one California classroom, it's a walk in the park.
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Stars campaign to keep kid shots out of media
Top US commander: Obama ended Afghan uncertainty
Venus Williams loses in 2nd round at French Open
Nestle to pay $1.4 billion for skin treatments
Obama seeks to recast postwar foreign policy
Public-private survey finds cybercrime on the rise
Chechnya's leader says the country hasn't sent fighters to join rebels in eastern Ukraine, denying a charge that gained substance when Chechens were reportedly found after recent fighting.
Valeant raises cash-stock offer for Allergan
Fire kills 21 at South Korean hospital for elderly
Kerry: US to start $5 billion anti-terrorist fund
Chechen leader says he sent no troops to Ukraine
Polish journalist Mariusz Szczygieł's compilation of short vignettes about Czechoslovakia centers on Prague's infamous Stalin monument, a giant edifice that lingers despite its destruction in 1962.
Bill Murray's advice: If you find "the one," travel the world with her and if you can still stand each other when you get back home, get married at the airport.
Thai junta airs videos on TV to show detainees OK
Google: We're building car with no steering wheel
Iran reports its first 2 cases of MERS virus