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Thousands of U.S. troops began military exercises with Bangkok's military on Monday, while a bloody, four-day artillery duel between Thailand and Cambodia flared on their border and a decades-long Muslim insurgency smoldered out of control in the south.
Is the college-for-all pathway the only road to success? President Obama doesn't seem to think so, and the proof is smacking us in the face.
When the homeowner of tomorrow steps in her front door after a long day at the office, she'll be able to enjoy just the right lighting, soft music and seasonally appropriate heat or air conditioning, all primed and ready for her at the touch of a button - a touch she made while still in her car on the way home.
South Korea's president pressed North Korea on Tuesday to change its pattern of provocations and take responsibility for two deadly attacks last year, saying that could lead to a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-il.
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Five Somali pirates captured during a raid on a hijacked cargo ship in the Arabian Sea were brought Sunday to South Korea, where they could face up to life imprisonment, the coast guard said.
Samsung Electronics, the world's largest manufacturer of computer memory chips and flat screen televisions, said net profit rose 13 percent in the fourth quarter amid higher sales of semiconductors and smartphones as the technology giant rounded out a record year for earnings and revenue.
South Korean midfielder Park Ji-sung, whose goal against Portugal in the 2002 World Cup advanced the United States to the second round, is retiring from international soccer.
Hynix Semiconductor's fourth-quarter net profit plunged 83 percent amid lower chip prices and a one-time charge related to a legal case.