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» Amnesty efforts lag in Afghanistan» Obama looks to hone Middle East stance» A spring of frustration in Spain» IMF chief, facing sexual assault charge, resigns» When couples say ‘I do,’ more often it’s for keeps» Can a Republican moderate survive?
» Stealth drones kept watch over bin Laden home» Sen. Coburn withdraws from the ‘Gang of Six’» The Rust Belt shows some luster» Johnson admits accepting bribes» Chavez’s influence wanes in Latin America
» Arrest clouds IMF’s course; Leadership in flux» Clashes erupt at Israel’s border» A golden solution to the debt problem?» GOP Medicare proposal is reshaping a N.Y. race» Million-dollar wasteland: Sellers score, District loses in affordable-housing deal
» Ensign broke law, panel finds» Bloomsof Arab Spring fading» House hunt continues for D.C. United» Use of HIV drugs sharply cuts risk of transmission, study finds» Romney walks fine line on health-care law
» Bin Laden’s focus on U.S. led to rift» Trading one deluge for another? » Guantanamo inmates could get family visits» Hedge fund billionaire guilty in major insider-trading case» A student of history, Gingrich has his own to overcome
» In Japan, rebuilding among the ruins» Democrats target big oil companies» Romney has eye on one prize right now: money» NATO intensifies airstrikes, hits targets in 4 Libyan cities» With bin Laden gone, calls for new Afghan strategy
Things you should see and know, from civil rights to Senate races to sports to book reviews. Curated by Julia Carpenter.