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Russia's Disinformation War Is Just Getting Started The Internet Research Agency specifically targeted African Americans, and has not stopped trying to influence elections, a Senate intelligence report...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Rural women a ‘powerful force’ for global climate action: UN Secretary-General Rural women and girls across the world are a “powerful force” in global action to respond to climate change, according to the UN Secretary-General An...

Jason Momoa recalls his race to airport after almost sleeping through his daughter's birth Jason Momoa confessed to Esquire how he almost slept through his daughter's birth. Check out the exciting story of his race to the airport.  ...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Elder Fight Club: Staffers at Assisted-Living Facility Are Accused of Pitting Dementia Patients Against One Another Three women who worked at a North Carolina elder-care facility have been arrested on charges they baited elderly dementia patients into fighting one ...

Daily on Energy: ‘An abdication of their responsibility’: Climate hawks grouse about debate moderation Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: UNICEF child health report, Peacekeeping operations end in Haiti, Syria-Turkey latest, Haitian migrants deported from Bahamas A recap of Tuesday’s stories: Millions of children undernourished and overweight says landmark report; Security Council marks transition after 15 yea...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: UNICEF child health report, Peacekeeping operations end in Haiti, Syria-Turkey latest, Haitian migrants deported from Bahamas A recap of Tuesday’s stories: Millions of children undernourished and overweight says landmark report; Security Council marks transition after 15 yea...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: UNICEF child health report, Peacekeeping operations end in Haiti, Syria-Turkey latest, Haitian migrants deported from Bahamas A recap of Tuesday’s stories: Millions of children undernourished and overweight says landmark report; Security Council marks transition after 15 yea...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

'Bernie's Back': Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib Plan to Endorse Bernie Sanders Three out of four members of “The Squad”—the influential freshmen congresswomen who have become the face of the Democratic Party’s progressive wing—a...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Syrian army moves to confront Turkish forces as U.S. withdraws The deal between Syria’s Kurds and its government is a major shift in alliances that came after President Donald Trump ordered all U.S. troops withdr...

Virginia Giuffre can move forward with suit against Alan Dershowitz: judge Self-proclaimed “sex slave” Virginia Roberts Giuffre can move forward with her defamation lawsuit against lawyer Alan Dershowitz — ...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

‘I’m afraid’: 911 call of woman locked in bus luggage compartment A woman called 911 from the luggage compartment of a Peter Pan bus — to say she’d been locked there by the driver, it was revealed Wednes...

Russia's Disinformation War Is Just Getting Started The Internet Research Agency specifically targeted African Americans, and has not stopped trying to influence elections, a Senate intelligence report...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Rural women a ‘powerful force’ for global climate action: UN Secretary-General Rural women and girls across the world are a “powerful force” in global action to respond to climate change, according to the UN Secretary-General An...

Jason Momoa recalls his race to airport after almost sleeping through his daughter's birth Jason Momoa confessed to Esquire how he almost slept through his daughter's birth. Check out the exciting story of his race to the airport.  ...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Elder Fight Club: Staffers at Assisted-Living Facility Are Accused of Pitting Dementia Patients Against One Another Three women who worked at a North Carolina elder-care facility have been arrested on charges they baited elderly dementia patients into fighting one ...

Daily on Energy: ‘An abdication of their responsibility’: Climate hawks grouse about debate moderation Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Prince Harry wells up at awards for seriously ill children Britain's Prince Harry was overcome with emotion on Tuesday when he spoke at an event for seriously ill children, welling up as he explained how the ...

Stephen Miller: Joe Biden ‘neck deep’ in Ukraine corruption with son Hunter A top White House adviser Tuesday charged that Joe Biden was “neck deep” in efforts to help his son make lucrative contacts in China and Ukraine whil...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: UNICEF child health report, Peacekeeping operations end in Haiti, Syria-Turkey latest, Haitian migrants deported from Bahamas A recap of Tuesday’s stories: Millions of children undernourished and overweight says landmark report; Security Council marks transition after 15 yea...

Crews work into the night, fire engulfs NuStar ethanol storage tanks near San Francisco Flames engulfed two ethanol holding tanks on Tuesday at a NuStar Energy petrochemical storage facility near San Francisco, prompting health authoriti...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: UNICEF child health report, Peacekeeping operations end in Haiti, Syria-Turkey latest, Haitian migrants deported from Bahamas A recap of Tuesday’s stories: Millions of children undernourished and overweight says landmark report; Security Council marks transition after 15 yea...

Extinction Rebellion N.S. members on hunger strike to urge action on climate change crisis “As we lose agricultural crops and land to storms, flooding, desertification, soil depletion and other climate crisis impacts, food will become incre...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: UNICEF child health report, Peacekeeping operations end in Haiti, Syria-Turkey latest, Haitian migrants deported from Bahamas A recap of Tuesday’s stories: Millions of children undernourished and overweight says landmark report; Security Council marks transition after 15 yea...

2020 Democrats slam Trump on Syria and Kurds but struggle to come up with alternative All 12 candidates onstage at Tuesday night's Democratic debate agreed that President Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from northern Syria was...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

'Bernie's Back': Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib Plan to Endorse Bernie Sanders Three out of four members of “The Squad”—the influential freshmen congresswomen who have become the face of the Democratic Party’s progressive wing—a...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Syrian army moves to confront Turkish forces as U.S. withdraws The deal between Syria’s Kurds and its government is a major shift in alliances that came after President Donald Trump ordered all U.S. troops withdr...

Virginia Giuffre can move forward with suit against Alan Dershowitz: judge Self-proclaimed “sex slave” Virginia Roberts Giuffre can move forward with her defamation lawsuit against lawyer Alan Dershowitz — ...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

‘I’m afraid’: 911 call of woman locked in bus luggage compartment A woman called 911 from the luggage compartment of a Peter Pan bus — to say she’d been locked there by the driver, it was revealed Wednes...

Rural women a ‘powerful force’ for global climate action: UN Secretary-General Rural women and girls across the world are a “powerful force” in global action to respond to climate change, according to the UN Secretary-General An...

'The smell will knock you off your feet': mass mussel die-offs baffle scientists Mussels, the backbone of the river ecosystem because they control silt levels and filter water, are facing a mysterious afflictionEach fall since 201...

Berkshire Hathaway firm announces launch of $200 million Alberta wind power farm The project is being developed by U.K.-based Renewable Energy Systems, which is building two other Alberta wind projects totalling 134.6 MW this year...

Berkshire Hathaway firm announces launch of $200 million Alberta wind power farm The project is being developed by U.K.-based Renewable Energy Systems, which is building two other Alberta wind projects totalling 134.6 MW this year...

Syrian army moves to confront Turkish forces as U.S. withdraws The deal between Syria’s Kurds and its government is a major shift in alliances that came after President Donald Trump ordered all U.S. troops withdr...

Volcanoes and Wine: Why a match made in hell tastes like heaven From Etna to Vesuvius, Santorini to Stromboli, volcanoes have long been linked to excellent wines. New book Volcanoes and Wine explores this unlikely...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Prince Harry chokes up about Archie and being a dad in speech at WellChild awards Prince Harry couldn't hold back his emotions thinking about being a dad to baby Archie during WellChild awards speech.      ...

Prince Harry wells up at awards for seriously ill children Britain's Prince Harry was overcome with emotion on Tuesday when he spoke at an event for seriously ill children, welling up as he explained how the ...

Stephen Miller: Joe Biden ‘neck deep’ in Ukraine corruption with son Hunter A top White House adviser Tuesday charged that Joe Biden was “neck deep” in efforts to help his son make lucrative contacts in China and Ukraine whil...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: UNICEF child health report, Peacekeeping operations end in Haiti, Syria-Turkey latest, Haitian migrants deported from Bahamas A recap of Tuesday’s stories: Millions of children undernourished and overweight says landmark report; Security Council marks transition after 15 yea...

Crews work into the night, fire engulfs NuStar ethanol storage tanks near San Francisco Flames engulfed two ethanol holding tanks on Tuesday at a NuStar Energy petrochemical storage facility near San Francisco, prompting health authoriti...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: UNICEF child health report, Peacekeeping operations end in Haiti, Syria-Turkey latest, Haitian migrants deported from Bahamas A recap of Tuesday’s stories: Millions of children undernourished and overweight says landmark report; Security Council marks transition after 15 yea...

Extinction Rebellion N.S. members on hunger strike to urge action on climate change crisis “As we lose agricultural crops and land to storms, flooding, desertification, soil depletion and other climate crisis impacts, food will become incre...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: UNICEF child health report, Peacekeeping operations end in Haiti, Syria-Turkey latest, Haitian migrants deported from Bahamas A recap of Tuesday’s stories: Millions of children undernourished and overweight says landmark report; Security Council marks transition after 15 yea...

2020 Democrats slam Trump on Syria and Kurds but struggle to come up with alternative All 12 candidates onstage at Tuesday night's Democratic debate agreed that President Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from northern Syria was...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Volcanoes and Wine: Why a match made in hell tastes like heaven From Etna to Vesuvius, Santorini to Stromboli, volcanoes have long been linked to excellent wines. New book Volcanoes and Wine explores this unlikely...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

‘Broad City’ stars urge New Yorkers to vote on city charter TV stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacboson from the hit series “Broad City” have made a new PSA urging New Yorkers to vote in next monthR...

War: $2.3 million GOP anti-impeachment effort set The Republican National Committee is greatly expanding its war on Democrats seeking impeachment, crossing the $2.3 million mark and turning its focus...

Rural women a ‘powerful force’ for global climate action: UN Secretary-General Rural women and girls across the world are a “powerful force” in global action to respond to climate change, according to the UN Secretary-General An...

'The smell will knock you off your feet': mass mussel die-offs baffle scientists Mussels, the backbone of the river ecosystem because they control silt levels and filter water, are facing a mysterious afflictionEach fall since 201...

Berkshire Hathaway firm announces launch of $200 million Alberta wind power farm The project is being developed by U.K.-based Renewable Energy Systems, which is building two other Alberta wind projects totalling 134.6 MW this year...

Berkshire Hathaway firm announces launch of $200 million Alberta wind power farm The project is being developed by U.K.-based Renewable Energy Systems, which is building two other Alberta wind projects totalling 134.6 MW this year...

Syrian army moves to confront Turkish forces as U.S. withdraws The deal between Syria’s Kurds and its government is a major shift in alliances that came after President Donald Trump ordered all U.S. troops withdr...

Volcanoes and Wine: Why a match made in hell tastes like heaven From Etna to Vesuvius, Santorini to Stromboli, volcanoes have long been linked to excellent wines. New book Volcanoes and Wine explores this unlikely...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Prince Harry chokes up about Archie and being a dad in speech at WellChild awards Prince Harry couldn't hold back his emotions thinking about being a dad to baby Archie during WellChild awards speech.      ...

Military operation in northeast Syria could see unintentional release of ISIL affiliates: UN chief The ongoing Turkish military incursion in northeast Syria could unintentionally lead to the release of scores of people associated with the terrorist...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Daily on Energy: Oil market flirts with danger in shrugging off Gulf attacks Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

World Migratory Bird Day highlights deadly risks of plastic pollution Saturday marks World Migratory Bird Day which, this year, is raising awareness about the serious threats that plastic pollution poses to bird life, w...

Volcanoes and Wine: Why a match made in hell tastes like heaven From Etna to Vesuvius, Santorini to Stromboli, volcanoes have long been linked to excellent wines. New book Volcanoes and Wine explores this unlikely...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Volcanoes and Wine: Why a match made in hell tastes like heaven From Etna to Vesuvius, Santorini to Stromboli, volcanoes have long been linked to excellent wines. New book Volcanoes and Wine explores this unlikely...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

‘Broad City’ stars urge New Yorkers to vote on city charter TV stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacboson from the hit series “Broad City” have made a new PSA urging New Yorkers to vote in next monthR...

War: $2.3 million GOP anti-impeachment effort set The Republican National Committee is greatly expanding its war on Democrats seeking impeachment, crossing the $2.3 million mark and turning its focus...

Wealthy families in prehistoric Europe may have had live-in slaves Ancient DNA suggests that during the Bronze Age, wealthy families once lived with poorer individuals, suggesting live-in slavery could be 1300 years ...

Al Regnery returns to publishing, eyes ‘edgy’ books Alfred Regnery, who built up the family publishing business into one of the conservative movement’s most influential voices, is getting back into boo...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Megan Fox shares sweet Disneyland Halloween photos of her kids with Brian Austin Green Megan Fox and husband Brian Austin Green shared a rare Halloween treat this weekend: photos of their three kids, Noah, 7, Bodhi, 5, and Journey, 3. &...

Volcanoes and Wine: Why a match made in hell tastes like heaven From Etna to Vesuvius, Santorini to Stromboli, volcanoes have long been linked to excellent wines. New book Volcanoes and Wine explores this unlikely...

Wealthy families in prehistoric Europe may have had live-in slaves Ancient DNA suggests that during the Bronze Age, wealthy families once lived with poorer individuals, suggesting live-in slavery could be 1300 years ...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Syrian army moves to confront Turkish forces as U.S. withdraws The deal between Syria’s Kurds and its government is a major shift in alliances that came after President Donald Trump ordered all U.S. troops withdr...

Video of President Executing Media in Mock Church Shooting Shown at Trump Resort At a gathering hosted by a pro-Trump group—at a resort owned by Donald Trump, featuring some of Trump’s most famous spinoff racists, sponsored by a c...

Afghanistan probe: ‘at least 60 civilians’ killed after US military airstrikes on alleged drug labs “Multiple” airstrikes by the US military on alleged methamphetamine drug labs in a remote area of western Afghanistan earlier this year, killed or in...

Military operation in northeast Syria could see unintentional release of ISIL affiliates: UN chief The ongoing Turkish military incursion in northeast Syria could unintentionally lead to the release of scores of people associated with the terrorist...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Daily on Energy: Oil market flirts with danger in shrugging off Gulf attacks Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

World Migratory Bird Day highlights deadly risks of plastic pollution Saturday marks World Migratory Bird Day which, this year, is raising awareness about the serious threats that plastic pollution poses to bird life, w...

Volcanoes and Wine: Why a match made in hell tastes like heaven From Etna to Vesuvius, Santorini to Stromboli, volcanoes have long been linked to excellent wines. New book Volcanoes and Wine explores this unlikely...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

UN migration agency launches $10 million appeal to support hurricane recovery in The Bahamas The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has launched a $10 million appeal to assist The Bahamas as the country continues to recover from t...

Work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’, Guterres warns Member States, amidst ‘record-level’ cash crisis The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, th...

State Dem head Carl Heastie looks to block far-left candidates The Democratic leader of New York’s state Assembly is gearing up to protect the party’s long-tenured incumbents from a potential insurgency mounted b...

Pentagon sends new wave of troops to Saudi Arabia even as Trump calls for ending wars The deployment is meant to “assure and enhance the defense of Saudi Arabia,” a spokesman said, following attacks on the kingdom’s oil infrastructure ...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Megan Fox shares sweet Disneyland Halloween photos of her kids with Brian Austin Green Megan Fox and husband Brian Austin Green shared a rare Halloween treat this weekend: photos of their three kids, Noah, 7, Bodhi, 5, and Journey, 3. &...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Wealthy families in prehistoric Europe may have had live-in slaves Ancient DNA suggests that during the Bronze Age, wealthy families once lived with poorer individuals, suggesting live-in slavery could be 1300 years ...

Wealthy families in prehistoric Europe may have had live-in slaves Ancient DNA suggests that during the Bronze Age, wealthy families once lived with poorer individuals, suggesting live-in slavery could be 1300 years ...

Al Regnery returns to publishing, eyes ‘edgy’ books Alfred Regnery, who built up the family publishing business into one of the conservative movement’s most influential voices, is getting back into boo...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Megan Fox shares sweet Disneyland Halloween photos of her kids with Brian Austin Green Megan Fox and husband Brian Austin Green shared a rare Halloween treat this weekend: photos of their three kids, Noah, 7, Bodhi, 5, and Journey, 3. &...

Volcanoes and Wine: Why a match made in hell tastes like heaven From Etna to Vesuvius, Santorini to Stromboli, volcanoes have long been linked to excellent wines. New book Volcanoes and Wine explores this unlikely...

Wealthy families in prehistoric Europe may have had live-in slaves Ancient DNA suggests that during the Bronze Age, wealthy families once lived with poorer individuals, suggesting live-in slavery could be 1300 years ...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Syrian army moves to confront Turkish forces as U.S. withdraws The deal between Syria’s Kurds and its government is a major shift in alliances that came after President Donald Trump ordered all U.S. troops withdr...

Video of President Executing Media in Mock Church Shooting Shown at Trump Resort At a gathering hosted by a pro-Trump group—at a resort owned by Donald Trump, featuring some of Trump’s most famous spinoff racists, sponsored by a c...

Afghanistan probe: ‘at least 60 civilians’ killed after US military airstrikes on alleged drug labs “Multiple” airstrikes by the US military on alleged methamphetamine drug labs in a remote area of western Afghanistan earlier this year, killed or in...

Russia's Disinformation War Is Just Getting Started The Internet Research Agency specifically targeted African Americans, and has not stopped trying to influence elections, a Senate intelligence report...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Fox News veteran Shepard Smith quits; hopes 'facts will win the day' Shepard Smith, the chief news anchor of Fox News and a sometime critic of U.S. President Donald Trump, abruptly quit the network on Friday after 23 y...

Ecuador: UN ‘stands ready’ to support talks, in bid to end political turmoil Amid violent street protests that have rocked Ecuador’s Government, fomenting a political crisis, the UN Secretary-General has voiced his concern, sa...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Trump: Turkey will face ‘swift, strong, and severe’ sanctions if it doesn't protect religious minorities in Syria President Trump said he warned Turkey it would face economic sanctions if it does not protect religious minorities in northern Syria while it conduct...

Afghanistan probe: ‘at least 60 civilians’ killed after US military airstrikes on alleged drug labs “Multiple” airstrikes by the US military on alleged methamphetamine drug labs in a remote area of western Afghanistan earlier this year, killed or in...

Al Regnery returns to publishing, eyes ‘edgy’ books Alfred Regnery, who built up the family publishing business into one of the conservative movement’s most influential voices, is getting back into boo...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

UN migration agency launches $10 million appeal to support hurricane recovery in The Bahamas The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has launched a $10 million appeal to assist The Bahamas as the country continues to recover from t...

Work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’, Guterres warns Member States, amidst ‘record-level’ cash crisis The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, th...

State Dem head Carl Heastie looks to block far-left candidates The Democratic leader of New York’s state Assembly is gearing up to protect the party’s long-tenured incumbents from a potential insurgency mounted b...

Pentagon sends new wave of troops to Saudi Arabia even as Trump calls for ending wars The deployment is meant to “assure and enhance the defense of Saudi Arabia,” a spokesman said, following attacks on the kingdom’s oil infrastructure ...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Megan Fox shares sweet Disneyland Halloween photos of her kids with Brian Austin Green Megan Fox and husband Brian Austin Green shared a rare Halloween treat this weekend: photos of their three kids, Noah, 7, Bodhi, 5, and Journey, 3. &...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Wealthy families in prehistoric Europe may have had live-in slaves Ancient DNA suggests that during the Bronze Age, wealthy families once lived with poorer individuals, suggesting live-in slavery could be 1300 years ...

Work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’, Guterres warns Member States, amidst ‘record-level’ cash crisis The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, th...

The IMF thinks carbon taxes will stop the climate crisis. That's a terrible idea | Kate Aronoff The IMF’s proposed $75-per-ton tax would exacerbate rampant inequality. There are better ways to fund decarbonizationA well-circulated statistic this...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Ten killed, 16 missing after fierce typhoon pounds Tokyo Ten people were killed and 16 were missing after the most powerful typhoon to hit Japan in decades paralyzed Tokyo, causing rivers to overflow and le...

The IMF thinks carbon taxes will stop the climate crisis. That's a terrible idea | Kate Aronoff The IMF’s proposed $75-per-ton tax would exacerbate rampant inequality. There are better ways to fund decarbonizationA well-circulated statistic this...

London-Educated 27-Year-Old Is BJP's Bet In Muslim-Majority Haryana Seat Twenty-seven-year-old Nauksham Chaudhary - the BJP candidate for the Punhana seat in Haryana's Mewat district - has the kind of profile that is unhea...

Russia's Disinformation War Is Just Getting Started The Internet Research Agency specifically targeted African Americans, and has not stopped trying to influence elections, a Senate intelligence report...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Fox News veteran Shepard Smith quits; hopes 'facts will win the day' Shepard Smith, the chief news anchor of Fox News and a sometime critic of U.S. President Donald Trump, abruptly quit the network on Friday after 23 y...

Ecuador: UN ‘stands ready’ to support talks, in bid to end political turmoil Amid violent street protests that have rocked Ecuador’s Government, fomenting a political crisis, the UN Secretary-General has voiced his concern, sa...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

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Wealthy families in prehistoric Europe may have had live-in slaves Ancient DNA suggests that during the Bronze Age, wealthy families once lived with poorer individuals, suggesting live-in slavery could be 1300 years ...

Daily on Energy: Oil market flirts with danger in shrugging off Gulf attacks Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

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Daily on Energy: Oil market flirts with danger in shrugging off Gulf attacks Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Wind-driven Los Angeles wildfire leaves one dead, forces 100,000 to flee A fierce, wind-driven wildfire swept through foothills and canyons along the northern edge of Los Angeles on Friday, engulfing homes, closing roads a...

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Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Wealthy families in prehistoric Europe may have had live-in slaves Ancient DNA suggests that during the Bronze Age, wealthy families once lived with poorer individuals, suggesting live-in slavery could be 1300 years ...

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Work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’, Guterres warns Member States, amidst ‘record-level’ cash crisis The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, th...

Daily on Energy: Oil market flirts with danger in shrugging off Gulf attacks Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Revealed: Google made large contributions to climate change deniers Firm’s public calls for climate action contrast with backing for conservative thinktanksThe obscure law that explains why Google backs climate denier...

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Wealthy families in prehistoric Europe may have had live-in slaves Ancient DNA suggests that during the Bronze Age, wealthy families once lived with poorer individuals, suggesting live-in slavery could be 1300 years ...

Daily on Energy: Oil market flirts with danger in shrugging off Gulf attacks Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

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Two killed as fierce typhoon hits Tokyo, millions told to evacuate Two men were killed, about 60 people injured and more than six million people advised to evacuate as a powerful typhoon bore down on the Japanese cap...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Ramp up nuclear power to beat climate change, says UN nuclear chief Without significantly increasing the use of nuclear power worldwide, it will be difficult to achieve the goal of reducing harmful emissions and fight...

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Daily on Energy: Oil market flirts with danger in shrugging off Gulf attacks Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Wind-driven Los Angeles wildfire leaves one dead, forces 100,000 to flee A fierce, wind-driven wildfire swept through foothills and canyons along the northern edge of Los Angeles on Friday, engulfing homes, closing roads a...

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One man dies as wind-driven Los Angeles wildfire forces 100,000 to flee A fierce, wind-driven wildfire swept through foothills and canyons along the northern edge of Los Angeles on Friday, engulfing homes, closing roads a...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Wealthy families in prehistoric Europe may have had live-in slaves Ancient DNA suggests that during the Bronze Age, wealthy families once lived with poorer individuals, suggesting live-in slavery could be 1300 years ...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Friday’s Daily Brief: Day of the Girl Child, mayors lead on climate emergency, Turkey Syria offensive, new statelessness pledges, extremism in social media Our top stories for Friday: Day of the Girl Child celebrated around the world; city mayors lead on climate fight; humanitarian alarm rising over Turk...

Work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’, Guterres warns Member States, amidst ‘record-level’ cash crisis The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, th...

Daily on Energy: Oil market flirts with danger in shrugging off Gulf attacks Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Revealed: Google made large contributions to climate change deniers Firm’s public calls for climate action contrast with backing for conservative thinktanksThe obscure law that explains why Google backs climate denier...

Pentagon sends new wave of troops to Saudi Arabia even as Trump calls for ending wars The deployment is meant to “assure and enhance the defense of Saudi Arabia,” a spokesman said, following attacks on the kingdom’s oil infrastructure ...

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Elizabeth Warren Reportedly ‘Courting’ Andrew Gillum as Possible VP Pick Could a Warren-Gillum ticket be in the works? An election 2020 ticket featuring Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Gillum, t...

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Why Amazon Fires Keep Raging 10 Years After a Deal to End Them Many of the thousands of fires burning in Brazil’s Amazon are set by ranchers. A deal inked 10 years ago was meant to stop the problem, but the ecolo...

Revealed: Google made large contributions to climate change deniers Firm’s public calls for climate action contrast with backing for conservative thinktanksThe obscure law that explains why Google backs climate denier...

Why Amazon Fires Keep Raging 10 Years After a Deal to End Them Many of the thousands of fires burning in Brazil’s Amazon are set by ranchers. A deal inked 10 years ago was meant to stop the problem, but the ecolo...

Wealthy families in prehistoric Europe may have had live-in slaves Ancient DNA suggests that during the Bronze Age, wealthy families once lived with poorer individuals, suggesting live-in slavery could be 1300 years ...

Gunshots reported inside Jay Street-MetroTech station in Brooklyn Police are responding to reports of shots fired inside the Jay Street-MetroTech subway station in downtown Brooklyn, authorities said. Reports of the...

Turkey’s Syria offensive could spark another catastrophe, warn humanitarians Airstrikes and a ground offensive by Turkey in northern Syria against Kurdish forces have left civilians dead and forced tens of thousands to flee, U...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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Work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’, Guterres warns Member States, amidst ‘record-level’ cash crisis The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, th...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Naive loyalist or political hack? Who is Gordon Sondland? While Gordon Sondland prepares to testify about his role in the Ukraine controversy, former colleagues talked to the Washington Examiner about who So...

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Work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’, Guterres warns Member States, amidst ‘record-level’ cash crisis The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, th...

Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Mistreatment rife during childbirth, UNICEF Cryptocurrency Fund, Synagogue attack in Germany, World Post Day A recap of Wednesday’s stories: Alarming accounts of women mistreated in childbirth; UNICEF enters new world of cryptocurrency funding; UN chief cond...

Colombia’s peace process developments a ‘precious opportunity’ to end violence for good, says UN Mission head Thousands of former fighters from Colombia’s largest rebel group remain committed to the historic 2016 peace deal which ended more than five decades ...

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Monday’s Daily Brief: 'Waste to wealth' campaign, nuclear power and climate change, 'dangerous nationalism' a threat, Hammarskjöld latest A recap of Monday’s stories: New UN-Habitat campaign converts waste into wealth; refugee agency chief issues alert over 'dangerous nationalism', UN w...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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Elizabeth Warren Reportedly ‘Courting’ Andrew Gillum as Possible VP Pick Could a Warren-Gillum ticket be in the works? An election 2020 ticket featuring Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Gillum, t...

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Work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’, Guterres warns Member States, amidst ‘record-level’ cash crisis The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, th...

Elizabeth Warren Reportedly ‘Courting’ Andrew Gillum as Possible VP Pick Could a Warren-Gillum ticket be in the works? An election 2020 ticket featuring Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Gillum, t...

Monday’s Daily Brief: 'Waste to wealth' campaign, nuclear power and climate change, 'dangerous nationalism' a threat, Hammarskjöld latest A recap of Monday’s stories: New UN-Habitat campaign converts waste into wealth; refugee agency chief issues alert over 'dangerous nationalism', UN w...

Why Amazon Fires Keep Raging 10 Years After a Deal to End Them Many of the thousands of fires burning in Brazil’s Amazon are set by ranchers. A deal inked 10 years ago was meant to stop the problem, but the ecolo...

Revealed: Google made large contributions to climate change deniers Firm’s public calls for climate action contrast with backing for conservative thinktanksThe obscure law that explains why Google backs climate denier...

Bhupinder Hooda Declares Rifle, Revolver, Pistol Among Rs 15 Crore Assets Haryana Polls 2019: Two-time Haryana chief minister and senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda declared assets worth Rs 15.66 crore in his affi...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Bhupinder Hooda Declares Rifle, Revolver, Pistol Among Rs 15 Crore Assets Haryana Polls 2019: Two-time Haryana chief minister and senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda declared assets worth Rs 15.66 crore in his affi...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Eye health, UN’s financial crisis, progress in Mali and South Sudan, human rights in Australia Tuesday’s top stories: Global need for eye care is set to increase ‘dramatically’; work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’; progress on Mali security; S...

Monday’s Daily Brief: 'Waste to wealth' campaign, nuclear power and climate change, 'dangerous nationalism' a threat, Hammarskjöld latest A recap of Monday’s stories: New UN-Habitat campaign converts waste into wealth; refugee agency chief issues alert over 'dangerous nationalism', UN w...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Mistreatment rife during childbirth, UNICEF Cryptocurrency Fund, Synagogue attack in Germany, World Post Day A recap of Wednesday’s stories: Alarming accounts of women mistreated in childbirth; UNICEF enters new world of cryptocurrency funding; UN chief cond...

Rugby: Italy out as World Cup games called off for first time due to typhoon Rugby World Cup organisers were forced to call off matches for the first time in the tournament's 32-year history on Thursday - eliminating Italy as ...

Your body's hidden language: How smell reveals more than you ever knew We can sniff out fear, find solace in the smell of a loved one, breathe in the scent of happiness. How we're deciphering the subliminal signals of hu...

How U.S. military aid became a lifeline for Ukraine The U.S. provided about $1.5 billion in military aid to Kiev between 2014 and this past June, according to a Congressional Research Service analysis....

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

Work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’, Guterres warns Member States, amidst ‘record-level’ cash crisis The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, th...

Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Mistreatment rife during childbirth, UNICEF Cryptocurrency Fund, Synagogue attack in Germany, World Post Day A recap of Wednesday’s stories: Alarming accounts of women mistreated in childbirth; UNICEF enters new world of cryptocurrency funding; UN chief cond...

Colombia’s peace process developments a ‘precious opportunity’ to end violence for good, says UN Mission head Thousands of former fighters from Colombia’s largest rebel group remain committed to the historic 2016 peace deal which ended more than five decades ...

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Athens urged to fast track asylum seekers amid island shelters crisis – UNHCR A spike in the number of refugees reaching Greek island reception centres is likely to worsen the situation in already “dangerously overcrowded” faci...

Work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’, Guterres warns Member States, amidst ‘record-level’ cash crisis The United Nations is facing a severe shortage of cash, and unless more Governments pay their annual dues, “our work and our reforms are at risk”, th...

Defense analyst charged with leaking information to a journalist An analyst with the Defense Intelligence Agency is facing charges for allegedly leaking classified national defense information about another country...

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Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Eye health, UN’s financial crisis, progress in Mali and South Sudan, human rights in Australia Tuesday’s top stories: Global need for eye care is set to increase ‘dramatically’; work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’; progress on Mali security; S...

Felicity Huffman's 'Desperate Housewives' co-star calls light sentence 'white privilege' Felicity Huffman's "Desperate Housewives" co-star Ricardo Chavira slammed her lenient sentence in the college admissions scandal as "white privilege....

Bhupinder Hooda Declares Rifle, Revolver, Pistol Among Rs 15 Crore Assets Haryana Polls 2019: Two-time Haryana chief minister and senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda declared assets worth Rs 15.66 crore in his affi...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Bhupinder Hooda Declares Rifle, Revolver, Pistol Among Rs 15 Crore Assets Haryana Polls 2019: Two-time Haryana chief minister and senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda declared assets worth Rs 15.66 crore in his affi...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Eye health, UN’s financial crisis, progress in Mali and South Sudan, human rights in Australia Tuesday’s top stories: Global need for eye care is set to increase ‘dramatically’; work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’; progress on Mali security; S...

Monday’s Daily Brief: 'Waste to wealth' campaign, nuclear power and climate change, 'dangerous nationalism' a threat, Hammarskjöld latest A recap of Monday’s stories: New UN-Habitat campaign converts waste into wealth; refugee agency chief issues alert over 'dangerous nationalism', UN w...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

Wednesday’s Daily Brief: Mistreatment rife during childbirth, UNICEF Cryptocurrency Fund, Synagogue attack in Germany, World Post Day A recap of Wednesday’s stories: Alarming accounts of women mistreated in childbirth; UNICEF enters new world of cryptocurrency funding; UN chief cond...

Rugby: Italy out as World Cup games called off for first time due to typhoon Rugby World Cup organisers were forced to call off matches for the first time in the tournament's 32-year history on Thursday - eliminating Italy as ...

Your body's hidden language: How smell reveals more than you ever knew We can sniff out fear, find solace in the smell of a loved one, breathe in the scent of happiness. How we're deciphering the subliminal signals of hu...

How U.S. military aid became a lifeline for Ukraine The U.S. provided about $1.5 billion in military aid to Kiev between 2014 and this past June, according to a Congressional Research Service analysis....

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Eye health, UN’s financial crisis, progress in Mali and South Sudan, human rights in Australia Tuesday’s top stories: Global need for eye care is set to increase ‘dramatically’; work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’; progress on Mali security; S...

New York City Wants to Put a Climate Change ‘Laboratory’ on Governors Island The island, which has an unusual history and considerable real estate potential, could host a complex devoted to climate policy under the plan, which...

Monday’s Daily Brief: 'Waste to wealth' campaign, nuclear power and climate change, 'dangerous nationalism' a threat, Hammarskjöld latest A recap of Monday’s stories: New UN-Habitat campaign converts waste into wealth; refugee agency chief issues alert over 'dangerous nationalism', UN w...

Meghan McCain on husband Ben Domenech: 'Conservative men have better family values' "Conservative men have better family values, and they take dating and family and marriage more seriously," Meghan McCain told podcast host Ben Shapir...

‘Dangerous nationalism’ seriously threatens efforts to tackle statelessness: UNHCR chief Hate speech and misguided nationalism present a serious threat to efforts to tackle statelessness, despite growing public awareness of the problem, U...

Revealed: the 20 firms behind a third of all carbon emissions New data shows how fossil fuel companies have driven climate crisis despite industry knowing dangersThe Guardian today reveals the 20 fossil fuel com...

Athens urged to fast track asylum seekers amid island shelters crisis – UNHCR A spike in the number of refugees reaching Greek island reception centres is likely to worsen the situation in already “dangerously overcrowded” faci...

Exclusive poll: Most think Trump will be impeached and win 2020 reelection Americans expect President Trump to get roughed up in a House impeachment but soldier on to win reelection, according to the latest poll on the White...

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Daily on Energy: Is nuclear an overrated climate tool? A new report says yes Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

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Internal Memo: ESPN Forbids Discussion Of Chinese Politics When Discussing Daryl Morey's Tweet About Chinese Politics If you paid attention to ESPN channels yesterday, you saw the network repeatedly attempt to grapple with the story of Houston Rockets general manager...

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Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Eye health, UN’s financial crisis, progress in Mali and South Sudan, human rights in Australia Tuesday’s top stories: Global need for eye care is set to increase ‘dramatically’; work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’; progress on Mali security; S...

Ramp up nuclear power to beat climate change, says UN nuclear chief Without significantly increasing the use of nuclear power worldwide, it will be difficult to achieve the goal of reducing harmful emissions and fight...

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New York City Wants to Put a Climate Change ‘Laboratory’ on Governors Island The island, which has an unusual history and considerable real estate potential, could host a complex devoted to climate policy under the plan, which...

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Meghan McCain on husband Ben Domenech: 'Conservative men have better family values' "Conservative men have better family values, and they take dating and family and marriage more seriously," Meghan McCain told podcast host Ben Shapir...

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Revealed: the 20 firms behind a third of all carbon emissions New data shows how fossil fuel companies have driven climate crisis despite industry knowing dangersThe Guardian today reveals the 20 fossil fuel com...

Athens urged to fast track asylum seekers amid island shelters crisis – UNHCR A spike in the number of refugees reaching Greek island reception centres is likely to worsen the situation in already “dangerously overcrowded” faci...

Exclusive poll: Most think Trump will be impeached and win 2020 reelection Americans expect President Trump to get roughed up in a House impeachment but soldier on to win reelection, according to the latest poll on the White...

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Decades-Old Code Is Putting Millions of Critical Devices at Risk Nearly two decades ago, a company called Interpeak created a network protocol that became an industry standard. It also had severe bugs that are only...

Ramp up nuclear power to beat climate change, says UN nuclear chief Without significantly increasing the use of nuclear power worldwide, it will be difficult to achieve the goal of reducing harmful emissions and fight...

Ginger Baker, drummer in 1960s group Cream, dies aged 80 British rock music drummer Ginger Baker, a co-founder of the 1960's supergroup Cream with bass player Jack Bruce and guitarist Eric Clapton, died on ...

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Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Bhupinder Hooda Declares Rifle, Revolver, Pistol Among Rs 15 Crore Assets Haryana Polls 2019: Two-time Haryana chief minister and senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda declared assets worth Rs 15.66 crore in his affi...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

How U.S. military aid became a lifeline for Ukraine The U.S. provided about $1.5 billion in military aid to Kiev between 2014 and this past June, according to a Congressional Research Service analysis....

Daily on Energy: Is nuclear an overrated climate tool? A new report says yes Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Extinction Rebellion protesters pour fake blood over New York's capitalist bull Demonstrators were arrested in a wave of US protests that are part of a global week of action by the UK-based groupMore than 20 people were arrested ...

The Supreme Court's Landmark LGBTQ Rights Hearing Was Full of Conservative Idiocy The Supreme Court heard arguments today in a set of potentially landmark LGBTQ rights cases. So how did it go? The answer, it seems, is “a hell of a ...

Ramp up nuclear power to beat climate change, says UN nuclear chief Without significantly increasing the use of nuclear power worldwide, it will be difficult to achieve the goal of reducing harmful emissions and fight...

Internal Memo: ESPN Forbids Discussion Of Chinese Politics When Discussing Daryl Morey's Tweet About Chinese Politics If you paid attention to ESPN channels yesterday, you saw the network repeatedly attempt to grapple with the story of Houston Rockets general manager...

New electoral law for Somalia ‘a crucial next step’ says top UN envoy, addressing Partnership Forum The Somalia Partnership Forum concluded on Wednesday in the capital Mogadishu, with attendees - including the UN Special Representative for the count...

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Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Eye health, UN’s financial crisis, progress in Mali and South Sudan, human rights in Australia Tuesday’s top stories: Global need for eye care is set to increase ‘dramatically’; work and reforms of the UN ‘at risk’; progress on Mali security; S...

Ramp up nuclear power to beat climate change, says UN nuclear chief Without significantly increasing the use of nuclear power worldwide, it will be difficult to achieve the goal of reducing harmful emissions and fight...

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Ginger Baker, drummer in 1960s group Cream, dies aged 80 British rock music drummer Ginger Baker, a co-founder of the 1960's supergroup Cream with bass player Jack Bruce and guitarist Eric Clapton, died on ...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

New York City Wants to Put a Climate Change ‘Laboratory’ on Governors Island The island, which has an unusual history and considerable real estate potential, could host a complex devoted to climate policy under the plan, which...

Maryland Gov. Hogan hits impeachment fast track and media 'opinion' He was an original Never Trumper who toyed with a 2020 GOP primary challenge, but Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan is not jumping onto the impeac...

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Decades-Old Code Is Putting Millions of Critical Devices at Risk Nearly two decades ago, a company called Interpeak created a network protocol that became an industry standard. It also had severe bugs that are only...

Decades-Old Code Is Putting Millions of Critical Devices at Risk Nearly two decades ago, a company called Interpeak created a network protocol that became an industry standard. It also had severe bugs that are only...

Ramp up nuclear power to beat climate change, says UN nuclear chief Without significantly increasing the use of nuclear power worldwide, it will be difficult to achieve the goal of reducing harmful emissions and fight...

Ginger Baker, drummer in 1960s group Cream, dies aged 80 British rock music drummer Ginger Baker, a co-founder of the 1960's supergroup Cream with bass player Jack Bruce and guitarist Eric Clapton, died on ...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Historic first, as Tolstoy’s War and Peace lands in Geneva, to mark international centenary For the first time, part of the original manuscript of Tolstoy’s epic novel, War and Peace, has been unveiled amid tight security in Geneva, where it...

Ginger Baker, drummer in 1960s group Cream, dies aged 80 British rock music drummer Ginger Baker, a co-founder of the 1960's supergroup Cream with bass player Jack Bruce and guitarist Eric Clapton, died on ...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

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Mexico: Helping refugees go into business, a ‘win-win situation’, says UNHCR’s Grandi Through an innovative and collaborative scheme, some refugees in Mexico have started their own businesses creating what the UN refugee chief called o...

Trump greenlights Turkey’s plan to move against US Kurdish allies in northern Syria BLINDSIDED, BETRAYED: President Trump, overruling his advisers and blindsiding the Pentagon, has abruptly reversed course and endorsed Turkey’s immin...

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18 arrested during climate change protest that shut down Macdonald Bridge The protest started just after 7:30 a.m. on the Dartmouth side of the bridge, prompting a heavy police presence and leading officers to block off all...

Jennifer Lopez sued by paparazzi agency for copyright infringement In a switch, Jennifer Lopez is being sued for sharing a paparazzi picture of herself and Alex Rodriguez on Instagram without the agency's permission....

Ginger Baker, drummer in 1960s group Cream, dies aged 80 British rock music drummer Ginger Baker, a co-founder of the 1960's supergroup Cream with bass player Jack Bruce and guitarist Eric Clapton, died on ...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

New York City Wants to Put a Climate Change ‘Laboratory’ on Governors Island The island, which has an unusual history and considerable real estate potential, could host a complex devoted to climate policy under the plan, which...

Maryland Gov. Hogan hits impeachment fast track and media 'opinion' He was an original Never Trumper who toyed with a 2020 GOP primary challenge, but Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan is not jumping onto the impeac...

‘Dangerous nationalism’ seriously threatens efforts to tackle statelessness: UNHCR chief Hate speech and misguided nationalism present a serious threat to efforts to tackle statelessness, despite growing public awareness of the problem, U...

Decades-Old Code Is Putting Millions of Critical Devices at Risk Nearly two decades ago, a company called Interpeak created a network protocol that became an industry standard. It also had severe bugs that are only...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

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UN expresses concern following wave of street protests in Iraq and elsewhere The United Nations is urging authorities in Iraq to allow citizens to exercise their right to freedom of expression after the security forces opened ...

Ginger Baker, drummer in 1960s group Cream, dies aged 80 British rock music drummer Ginger Baker, a co-founder of the 1960's supergroup Cream with bass player Jack Bruce and guitarist Eric Clapton, died on ...

New York City Wants to Put a Climate Change ‘Laboratory’ on Governors Island The island, which has an unusual history and considerable real estate potential, could host a complex devoted to climate policy under the plan, which...

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Mexico: Helping refugees go into business, a ‘win-win situation’, says UNHCR’s Grandi Through an innovative and collaborative scheme, some refugees in Mexico have started their own businesses creating what the UN refugee chief called o...

Trump greenlights Turkey’s plan to move against US Kurdish allies in northern Syria BLINDSIDED, BETRAYED: President Trump, overruling his advisers and blindsiding the Pentagon, has abruptly reversed course and endorsed Turkey’s immin...

How U.S. military aid became a lifeline for Ukraine The U.S. provided about $1.5 billion in military aid to Kiev between 2014 and this past June, according to a Congressional Research Service analysis....

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Can we feed the world and ensure no one goes hungry? Enough food is produced today to feed everyone on the planet, but hunger is on the rise in some parts of the world, and some 821 million people are c...

Can we feed the world and ensure no one goes hungry? Enough food is produced today to feed everyone on the planet, but hunger is on the rise in some parts of the world, and some 821 million people are c...

Trump dumps Ukraine call on Rick Perry President Trump told Republicans that Energy Secretary Rick Perry encouraged him to have the phone call with Ukraine's president that flung his presi...

Millions of Afghans have ‘voted not just for a president, but also for democracy’, UN Assembly told Just two days ago, some three million Afghans faced the threat of terrorism and headed to the polls, to “vote not just for a president, but also for ...

Decades-Old Code Is Putting Millions of Critical Devices at Risk Nearly two decades ago, a company called Interpeak created a network protocol that became an industry standard. It also had severe bugs that are only...

New electoral law for Somalia ‘a crucial next step’ says top UN envoy, addressing Partnership Forum The Somalia Partnership Forum concluded on Wednesday in the capital Mogadishu, with attendees - including the UN Special Representative for the count...

UN commits to help Pacific island agriculture adapt and survive climate crisis The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) pledged on Friday to work hand in hand with the people of the Pacific to improve nutrition, and miti...

A ‘Chilling Message’: Trump Critics See a Deeper Agenda in California Feud From Pennsylvania to New Mexico, the collateral damage to other states is mounting in President Trump's regulatory and environmental feud with Califo...

Bhupinder Hooda Declares Rifle, Revolver, Pistol Among Rs 15 Crore Assets Haryana Polls 2019: Two-time Haryana chief minister and senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda declared assets worth Rs 15.66 crore in his affi...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

Officials at Chile's ENAP to face charges over toxic fumes -prosecutor Chilean prosecutors will press charges against six executives of state energy company ENAP in relation to noxious fumes that caused hundreds to seek ...

Perry pressed Ukraine on corruption, energy company changes The energy secretary's role in pushing the president's message in Kiev was more extensive than publicly known, people familiar with Perry's activitie...

Sunday's Best Deals: New Balance Sneakers, AmazonBasics Kettlebells, Scrub Brushes, and More A bunch of discounted AmazonBasics kettlebells, a Men’s and Women’s New Balance Flash Sale, and a Joseph Joseph BladeBrush lead off Sunday’s best dea...

UN expresses concern following wave of street protests in Iraq and elsewhere The United Nations is urging authorities in Iraq to allow citizens to exercise their right to freedom of expression after the security forces opened ...

Ginger Baker, drummer in 1960s group Cream, dies aged 80 British rock music drummer Ginger Baker, a co-founder of the 1960's supergroup Cream with bass player Jack Bruce and guitarist Eric Clapton, died on ...

New York City Wants to Put a Climate Change ‘Laboratory’ on Governors Island The island, which has an unusual history and considerable real estate potential, could host a complex devoted to climate policy under the plan, which...

Zogby hits polls: ‘I do not hear anyone talking about impeachment’ in Midwest This week’s White House Report Card finds President Trump facing several impeachment assaults but benefiting from one of the lowest unemployment rate...

In Argentina's Pampas, rain clouds spell hope for arid soils Gastón Blanchard, a farmer in Argentina's Pampas grains belt, has his eyes on the horizon waiting for rain. Clouds are starting to build, which he ho...

Can we feed the world and ensure no one goes hungry? Enough food is produced today to feed everyone on the planet, but hunger is on the rise in some parts of the world, and some 821 million people are c...

Bhupinder Hooda Declares Rifle, Revolver, Pistol Among Rs 15 Crore Assets Haryana Polls 2019: Two-time Haryana chief minister and senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda declared assets worth Rs 15.66 crore in his affi...

Zogby hits polls: ‘I do not hear anyone talking about impeachment’ in Midwest This week’s White House Report Card finds President Trump facing several impeachment assaults but benefiting from one of the lowest unemployment rate...

Athens urged to fast track asylum seekers amid island shelters crisis – UNHCR A spike in the number of refugees reaching Greek island reception centres is likely to worsen the situation in already “dangerously overcrowded” faci...

Athens urged to fast track asylum seekers amid island shelters crisis – UNHCR A spike in the number of refugees reaching Greek island reception centres is likely to worsen the situation in already “dangerously overcrowded” faci...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

A ‘Chilling Message’: Trump Critics See a Deeper Agenda in California Feud From Pennsylvania to New Mexico, the collateral damage to other states is mounting in President Trump's regulatory and environmental feud with Califo...

Maniac charged in deadly Chinatown rampage calls himself ‘tranquil’ on Facebook The vagrant who allegedly bludgeoned four sleeping homeless men to death in a pre-dawn Chinatown rampage Saturday calls himself the “tranquil&#...

Volcanoes and Wine: Why a match made in hell tastes like heaven From Etna to Vesuvius, Santorini to Stromboli, volcanoes have long been linked to excellent wines. New book Volcanoes and Wine explores this unlikely...

Millions of Afghans have ‘voted not just for a president, but also for democracy’, UN Assembly told Just two days ago, some three million Afghans faced the threat of terrorism and headed to the polls, to “vote not just for a president, but also for ...

Can we feed the world and ensure no one goes hungry? Enough food is produced today to feed everyone on the planet, but hunger is on the rise in some parts of the world, and some 821 million people are c...

Can we feed the world and ensure no one goes hungry? Enough food is produced today to feed everyone on the planet, but hunger is on the rise in some parts of the world, and some 821 million people are c...

Trump dumps Ukraine call on Rick Perry President Trump told Republicans that Energy Secretary Rick Perry encouraged him to have the phone call with Ukraine's president that flung his presi...

Millions of Afghans have ‘voted not just for a president, but also for democracy’, UN Assembly told Just two days ago, some three million Afghans faced the threat of terrorism and headed to the polls, to “vote not just for a president, but also for ...

Decades-Old Code Is Putting Millions of Critical Devices at Risk Nearly two decades ago, a company called Interpeak created a network protocol that became an industry standard. It also had severe bugs that are only...

New electoral law for Somalia ‘a crucial next step’ says top UN envoy, addressing Partnership Forum The Somalia Partnership Forum concluded on Wednesday in the capital Mogadishu, with attendees - including the UN Special Representative for the count...

UN commits to help Pacific island agriculture adapt and survive climate crisis The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) pledged on Friday to work hand in hand with the people of the Pacific to improve nutrition, and miti...

A ‘Chilling Message’: Trump Critics See a Deeper Agenda in California Feud From Pennsylvania to New Mexico, the collateral damage to other states is mounting in President Trump's regulatory and environmental feud with Califo...

Bhupinder Hooda Declares Rifle, Revolver, Pistol Among Rs 15 Crore Assets Haryana Polls 2019: Two-time Haryana chief minister and senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda declared assets worth Rs 15.66 crore in his affi...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

Officials at Chile's ENAP to face charges over toxic fumes -prosecutor Chilean prosecutors will press charges against six executives of state energy company ENAP in relation to noxious fumes that caused hundreds to seek ...

Bhupinder Hooda Declares Rifle, Revolver, Pistol Among Rs 15 Crore Assets Haryana Polls 2019: Two-time Haryana chief minister and senior Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda declared assets worth Rs 15.66 crore in his affi...

Aaditya Thackeray: From Yuva Sena Chief To His Electoral Debut From Worli Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray, who has made family history by entering electoral politics, shares passion for creativity with his grandfather, fa...

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Sia reveals she has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, is suffering from chronic pain Singer Sia, 43, took to Twitter Friday to reveal she is suffering from chronic pain and has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.       &#...

Miley Cyrus slams slut-shaming critics after Cody Simpson kiss: 'Get used to me dating' Miley Cyrus writes Twitter missives calling for understanding and respect as she moves on from ex Liam Hemsworth. "This dating thing is new to me." &...

‘Wishful thinking': State Department denies North Korea talks broke down Negotiations to dismantle the North Korea nuclear weapons program have not broken down, according to a State Department official who disputed the reg...

North Korea claims nuclear talks with US broke down in less than a day A fresh attempt at denuclearization talks between U.S. and North Korean officials broke down within a day, Pyongyang's top nuclear negotiator announc...

Athens urged to fast track asylum seekers amid island shelters crisis – UNHCR A spike in the number of refugees reaching Greek island reception centres is likely to worsen the situation in already “dangerously overcrowded” faci...

Are Some Driver's Ed Instructors Sexually Assaulting Their Young Students? Inside Edition's investigation found driving instructors all over the country who had been arrested for allegedly indecently or sexually assaulting t...

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Sia reveals she has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, is suffering from chronic pain Singer Sia, 43, took to Twitter Friday to reveal she is suffering from chronic pain and has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.       &#...

Miley Cyrus slams slut-shaming critics after Cody Simpson kiss: 'Get used to me dating' Miley Cyrus writes Twitter missives calling for understanding and respect as she moves on from ex Liam Hemsworth. "This dating thing is new to me." &...

‘Wishful thinking': State Department denies North Korea talks broke down Negotiations to dismantle the North Korea nuclear weapons program have not broken down, according to a State Department official who disputed the reg...

North Korea claims nuclear talks with US broke down in less than a day A fresh attempt at denuclearization talks between U.S. and North Korean officials broke down within a day, Pyongyang's top nuclear negotiator announc...