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Taliban fighters stormed the northern Afghan city of Kunduz, marking the first time the group has captured a city since it was ousted in 2001. Journalist Mujib Mashal talks about the Taliban takeover.

Shell spent 10 years and $7 billion preparing for an offshore drilling operation in the Arctic. But after a disappointing test well, the company says it's giving up, for now.

The singer says she'll sing for Jets coach Todd Bowles if he can take his team to the Super Bowl.

The Taliban captured the northern city of Kunduz on Monday, their most important battlefield victory since they were ousted from power in 2001.

Alaska's economy depends heavily on oil for jobs and tax revenues. Shell's decision to halt oil and gas exploration off the state's northern coast is a "huge disappointment," the governor says.

The consumer advocate and former presidential candidate's new museum in Connecticut is filled with items like defective toys and unsafe machines.

Beset by a record of flight delays, dismal passenger satisfaction and widespread tech glitches, the nation's second-largest airline is seeking ways to restore customer confidence and employee morale.

In an interview with Steve Inskeep, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani says his country will abide by the recent nuclear deal, but he acknowledges there are opponents of the agreement in his country.

A visibly tired Pope Francis spoke with reporters during a freewheeling press conference in the air. Topics included his impressions of the U.S., clergy sex abuse and women's role in the church.

Cokie Roberts offers her take on John Boehner's abrupt resignation as House speaker and what it will mean for Congress in the days to come.




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