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The CIA closed its original 'black site' years ago. But its legacy of torture lives on in Thailand

The dark chapter in CIA history has reemerged with President Trump’s nomination of a new director, Gina Haspel, a career undercover officer who oversaw the Thai black site in late 2002. 

Fatal stabbing at a Ventura eatery elicits anger at the police response and the city's handling of its homeless problem

The mother of a man who was randomly stabbed to death while dining at a restaurant with his daughter on his lap is still grappling with the loss.

Ahead of summit, South Korea says it will stop blasting K-Pop, propaganda along border with the North

The South Korean military has announced it will muffle high-decibel propaganda loudspeakers along the highly fortified border as a gesture of goodwill ahead of this week's summit between the two nations' leaders.

French, German leaders will bring Trump the same message: Save the Iran nuclear deal

President Trump has vowed to scrap the 2015 Iran accord unless co-signatories France, Germany and Britain can "fix" it.

California's candidates for governor don't talk about taxes much. They need to start

Modernizing California’s archaic, unstable tax system is one of the most important tasks the next governor will face — or should.

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