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  • Arkansas gov. urges changes to religious objection bill

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (April 1, 2015) — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday called for changes to a religious objection measure facing a backlash from businesses and gay rights groups, saying it wasn't intended to sanction discrimination based on sexual orientation.

  • A day after missing deal deadline, Iran nuclear talks resume

    LAUSANNE, Switzerland (April 1, 2015) — Negotiations over Iran's nuclear program resumed here Wednesday but were almost immediately beset by competing claims, just hours after diplomats abandoned a March 31 deadline to reach the outline of a deal and agreed to press on. And as the latest round hit the week mark, three of the six foreign ministers involved left the talks with prospects for agreement remaining uncertain.

  • Israeli leader says world needs 'better deal' with Iran

    JERUSALEM (April 1, 2015) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu repeated his stern warning about a possible nuclear agreement with Iran on Wednesday, saying the world must insist on a "better deal" that links concessions to a change in Tehran's behavior.

  • Palestinians want leverage on Israel in international court

    RAMALLAH, West Bank (April 1, 2015) — The Palestinians formally join the International Criminal Court on Wednesday, as part of a broader effort to put international pressure on Israel and exact a higher price for its occupation of lands sought for a Palestinian state.

  • Churches can meet in NYC schools despite ruling

    NEW YORK (April 1, 2015) - A spokesman for Mayor Bill de Blasio says churches will be allowed to continue holding worship services in New York's public schools.

  • Driver killed at NSA identified as transgender, friend says

    BALTIMORE (April 1, 2015) — The driver killed in a violent confrontation at a National Security Agency gate identified as transgender and was a sex worker in Baltimore, according to a friend.

  • Buhari: Nigeria embraces democracy, 1-party state behind us

    ABUJA, Nigeria (April 1, 2015) — Former military dictator Muhammadu Buhari said Wednesday it was time "to heal wounds," a day after Nigeria's president conceded defeat in a bitterly fought election.

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