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Printers in this city near the Afghan border say they have produced thousands of fake voter registration cards at the request of Afghan politicians for use in that country's parliamentary elections on Saturday.
Pakistan's president said Wednesday that his nation's intelligence services are willing to cooperate closer with Afghanistan to fight Taliban militants.
President Obama's popular support has softened at home, but he still has plenty of fans in Europe, a poll released Wednesday found.
Prince Harry is 26 _ and like many 20-somethings, he is working on his birthday.
Former Pakistan military ruler Pervez Musharraf said Wednesday he is gearing up for a return to politics and will launch a new party next month — two years after he stepped down as president after nationwide protests and left the country.
The Senate should put off its final vote on a landmark nuclear arms control treaty until after the November midterm elections, Sen. John Kerry said Tuesday.
Just three of the 535 members of Congress are openly gay, but two candidates hope to inch that number up to five this year.
You can't burn a Koran in a crowded theater, and Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer suggests that to placate foreign extremists, Koran burning might be banned everywhere else in America too.
Two suspected U.S. missile attacks hit suspected militant targets in a Pakistani tribal area on Tuesday, intelligence officials said, making recent weeks the most intense period of such strikes since they began in earnest more than two and half years ago.