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Rep. Gabrielle Giffords on Wednesday again asked President Obama to deploy the National Guard to secure the Mexican border. Read more»

A French lawmaker wants to reopen brothels, outlawed in France since 1946, in order to protect prostitutes from predatory pimps and exploitation. But the sex workers say no thanks. Read more»

U.N. human rights experts say Arizona's new immigration law may lead to racial profiling, which is against international law. Read more»

There is growing evidence that fraud was at the heart of the current financial crisis. Why haven't more bank bosses been held responsible for this mess? (Video) Read more»

In desperate times, the perilous smuggler's tunnels between Gaza and Egypt become lifelines. Read more»

Colonel Russell Williams, wing commander of Canadian Forces Base Trenton, in September.

Colonel Russell Williams was charged with the sexual assaults and murders. He was hit with a further 82 charges involving break and enters and theft – much of it women’s lingerie. Read more»

A wall on the U.S.-Mexico border near Douglas, Ariz., is shown in this 2008 photo. While the term illegal immigrant often evokes images of people eluding authorities at the border, a large share of undocumented workers in the U.S. arrived with visas and stayed.

While the term illegal immigrant often evokes images of people eluding authorities at the border, a large share of undocumented workers in the U.S. arrived with visas and stayed. Read more»

President Hamid Karzai chats with President Barack Obama during the start of the dinner at the Presidential Palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 28.

As Afghan President Karzai goes off to Washington for what promises to be a cordial meeting with his U.S. counterpart, he will be closely watched by his countrymen, who are expecting him to bring home major concessions. Read more»

Faisal Shahzad

Was Faisal Shahzad radicalized solely in Waziristan's training camps? Or were the seeds of his radicalization planted here in the United States? Read more»

On Saturday at The Players Championship, sheriff's deputies tasered and arrested a man reported to have been harassing fans and players, including Tiger Woods. Read more»

Attorney General Eric Holder

Attorney General Eric Holder said Sunday that the Justice Department is considering suing Arizona over its new immigration law. Read more»

The Alliance for Community Media is seeking to move its 2011 conference from Tucson in response to SB 1070. Read more»

'No conferences. No travel,' urged Janet Murguía, president of the National Council of La Raza.

Several Hispanic groups have organized a boycott of Arizona because of the state's new immigration law. Read more»

New York police patrol Times Square on Thursday.

The investigation of the failed Times Square bombing has centered on a vital question: Did Pakistan-based terror groups train and direct the accused bomber? Read more»

During a visit to the United Kingdom in March, South African President Jacob Zuma asked the government to supply 1 billion extra condoms.

Arguably, the soccer World Cup is to the sex industry what the holiday season is to candy shops. A temporary surge of excited people feeling collectively festive, willing to pay for a bit of extra indulgence. Read more»

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