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Iran: Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian convicted
Jason Rezaian, the Washington Post journalist who has been detained in Iran for more than a year on charges including espionage, has been convicted,... Read more...
Why war crimes charges now extend to the destruction of ancient monuments
For the first time, the International Criminal Court in The Hague has opened war crimes proceedings against an Islamist militant accused of leading... Read more...
Yes, the CIA Director Was Part of the JFK Assassination Cover Up
John McCone came to the CIA as an outsider. An industrialist and an engineer by training, he replaced veteran spymaster Allen Dulles as director of... Read more...
Islamic State executes 70 members of anti-IS Sunni tribe in Iraq
The Islamic State executed at least 70 members of a Sunni Arab tribe aligned with the coalition against IS forces, according to a tribal elder.The... Read more...
Edward Snowden interview: 'Smartphones can be taken over'
Smartphone users can do "very little" to stop security services getting "total control" over their devices, US whistleblower Edward Snowden has... Read more...
Top general on Afghan hospital raid: US brass behind decision to strike
The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, Gen. John Campbell, accepted the United States’ responsibility Tuesday for deadly airstrikes on an Afghan... Read more...
Medical charity says up tp 20 dead in air strike on northern Afghan hospital, including 3 children
The United States has been condemned for launching an airstrike on a Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) hospital in Afghanistan... Read more...
U.N.: Civilian casualties in Afghanistan reach record levels
The number of women and children killed or injured through the year in Afghanistan increased by 23 percent and 13 percent, respectively, as overall... Read more...
The Company Getting Rich Off the ISIS War
For the Middle East, the growth of the self-proclaimed Islamic State has been a catastrophe. For one American firm, it’s been a gold mine.The war... Read more...
U.S. helicopter 'friendly fire' incident kills eight Afghan soldiers
At least eight Afghan Army soldiers were killed and five were wounded after two U.S. helicopters attacked a military checkpoint the country's Logar... Read more...
Nobel economics winner wades into US debates
Angus Deaton, who has been awarded the Nobel economics prize, is not afraid to wade into political controversy in his adopted home.Twice a year, the... Read more...
Oil and gas boomtown gone bust: Gonzales tries to cope
Only a year ago, with oil trading near $100 a barrel, residents of this proud and pretty South Texas boomtown had only one chief complaint:... Read more...
Major banks investigated for collusion in precious metals market
The Swiss competition watchdog has launched an investigation into possible collusion in the precious metals market by several major banks, it said on... Read more...
GE to move turbine jobs to Europe, China due to EXIM bank closure
General Electric Co (GE.N) said on Tuesday it will move 500 U.S. power turbine manufacturing jobs to Europe and China because it can no longer access... Read more...
Was Tom Hayes Running the Biggest Financial Conspiracy in History?
Hayes was a phenom at UBS, one of the best the bank had at trading derivatives. All year long, the financial crisis had been good for him. The chaos... Read more...
US judge dismisses September 11 victims' case against Saudi Arabia
A US judge on Tuesday dismissed claims against Saudi Arabia by families of victims of the September 11, 2001, attacks, who accused the country of... Read more...
You Only Believe the Official 9/11 Story Because You Don't Know the Official 9/11 Story
I don't believe the official story of 9/11 because I know the official story of 9/11!During the past 10 years I have not met a single individual who,... Read more...
Karzai: Al Qaeda never operated in Afghanistan
Al Qaeda has never operated in Afghanistan, the country's former President Hamid Karzai said in a recent interview, dismissing the notion that the... Read more...
Uncertainty reigns over possible end of 9/11 health programs
Two federal programs that promised billions of dollars in compensation and medical care to sick 9/11 responders and survivors are set to expire next... Read more...
14 Years After 9/11, the War on Terror Is Accomplishing Everything bin Laden Hoped It Would
Fourteen years later and do you even believe it? Did we actually live it? Are we still living it? And how improbable is that? Fourteen years of wars,... Read more...
Condo owners in Panama tell Trump: You're fired!
The directors of the Trump Ocean Club met July 28 on urgent business. They needed to fire Donald Trump.The building's residents and condo owners had... Read more...
300 Families Gave Half of Election Money
They are overwhelmingly white, rich, older and male, in a nation that is being remade by the young, by women, and by black and brown voters. Across a... Read more...
Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards blasts GOP 'total lack of civility'
Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood, says she was "stunned by the total lack of civility and use of raw power" by Republican members... Read more...
Clinton opposes Pacific trade deal in major break with Obama
Hillary Rodham Clinton declared her opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade accord on Wednesday, marking her most significant break with... Read more...
Video boosted by Carly Fiorina looks like miscarriage not abortion – experts
The Guardian is not publishing the videos in question, or any direct links to them, but it did ask multiple medical experts to review the footage... Read more...
Ex-Benghazi investigator alleges Rep. Gowdy violated federal law
The legal battle between the House Benghazi Committee and its former investigator, Todd Podliska, escalated Monday afternoon, when Podliska’s... Read more...
Fired Benghazi investigator says GOP-led House committee is partisan
A former investigator for the House select committee on Benghazi says he was unlawfully fired in part because he sought to conduct a comprehensive... Read more...
GOP Probe Into Planned Parenthood Funding Comes Up Empty
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, said Thursday that the GOP's investigation into... Read more...
McCarthy drops out, House in chaos
Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has abandoned his bid for House speaker Thursday afternoon, just minutes before the election was about to... Read more...
Dems move to kill Benghazi Committee
House Democrats are moving ahead with a plan to dismantle the Select Committee on Benghazi, in light of renewed criticism of the committee.During a... Read more...
Terror Charges for Confederate Flaggers
A Douglas County grand jury has charged a Confederate flag group with making terroristic threats against an African-American family during a birthday... Read more...
Indigenous Peoples Day support grows across US as states recognize holiday
More cities are recognising Native Americans on Columbus Day this year as they revive a movement to change the name of the holiday and celebrate the... Read more...
Jerry Brown Signs Automatic Voter Registration In California
California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) on Saturday signed a bill that will automatically register voters, which was sent to him by the Democratic-controlled... Read more...
US Muslim leaders brace for protests with potentially armed demonstrators
Muslim leaders of mosques in some 20 cities in the US, including Phoenix and Oklahoma City, are preparing for anti-Islam demonstrations scheduled for... Read more...
One dead in shooting on Texas college housing complex
Students at Texas Southern University say they don't feel safe on campus in the wake of recent shootings, including one that left a student dead and... Read more...
Supreme Court won't decide if solitary confinement is constitutional
The Supreme Court declined Tuesday to decide whether states' use of solitary confinement for prisoners on death row is constitutional, putting off a... Read more...
ACLU sues psychologists over CIA interrogation tactics
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Tuesday against two CIA contractors who designed and implemented the agency's harsh interrogation... Read more...
National Review Helped Cover Up Pinochet's Crimes
ewly declassified documents released by the Obama administration confirm the long-held suspicion that in 1976 the Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet... Read more...
Pentagon to pay compensation over Afghan hospital bombing
The Pentagon has announced it will pay compensation to families of those killed and the injured from US air strikes on a Doctors Without Borders... Read more...
Investigators Scour Secret Tapes of the Afghan Hospital Attack
U.S. military investigators are focusing on classified video and audio recordings taken from the gunship that carried out a lethal attack on a... Read more...
Alex Baer: One Planet, Two Worlds
The problem with being a curmudgeon is that you still have things to say long after you know you really should shut up.And so, as Curmudgeon General... Read more...
Is the GOP Clown Car a Volkswagen? It should be.
China marked its President's visit to the US by announcing a cap and trade program on the burning of carbon starting in 2017. Now the Right Wing Nut... Read more...
Alex Baer: Stupes on the Loose: Add-a-Nope
Welcome to the Bonus Round on today's episode of "How to Cope with Stupes on the Loose, and the Holy Hypnosis of Nope-a-Dopes!"Please welcome today's... Read more...
Bob Alexander: The Ghosts in the Clock
A bell tolls each life event.Bong … New Year's … Bong … Birthdays … Bong … Spring … Bong … Summer … Bong …... Read more...
David Bromwich: The Neoconservative Empire Returns
Everyone knows the basics of the dispute over the nuclear deal with Iran. In no time at all, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu leaped... Read more...
Transatlantic divide: how U.S. pays three times more for drugs
U.S. prices for the world's 20 top-selling medicines are, on average, three times higher than in Britain, according to an analysis carried out for... Read more...
Studies say 1/3 of young men in China to die from smoking
Research published in the medical journal The Lancet says one in three of all the young men in China are likely to die from tobacco, but that the... Read more...
Obama signs bill preventing healthcare cost increase
President Obama signed changes into Obamacare preventing health insurance premium increases for millions.The rare bipartisan changes, called the... Read more...
FDA approves new treatment for advanced lung cancer
The Food and Drug Administration approved a new drug for patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer whose tumors have a specific genetic... Read more...
California governor signs assisted suicide bill
California will become the fifth state to allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives using doctor-prescribed drugs after Gov. Jerry... Read more...
Flooding the system: Climate change could knock the Internet offline
For two or three days, J. Patrick Brown wasn’t sure if his whole family had made it out of New Orleans safely. They had decided to stay behind when... Read more...
What Exxon knew about the Earth's melting Arctic
Back in 1990, as the debate over climate change was heating up, a dissident shareholder petitioned the board of Exxon, one of the world’s largest... Read more...
South Carolina floods: climate change intensified conditions, scientists say
Scientists say climate change has exacerbated the effects of a storm blamed for at least nine deaths in the south-eastern US. On Monday, after... Read more...
U.S. settles claims with BP over 2010 spill
The U.S. Justice Department announced Monday it reached a settlement with British energy company BP over the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.U.S.... Read more...
Cargo Ship With 33 Crew Members Aboard Missing in Hurricane Joaquin
The U.S. Coast Guard and Air Force Hurricane Hunters were searching the Atlantic Ocean near Crooked Island, Bahamas, on Friday for a cargo ship with... Read more...
Oil Industry Needs to Find Half a Trillion Dollars to Survive
At a time when the oil price is languishing at its lowest level in six years, producers need to find half a trillion dollars to repay debt. Some... Read more...
Aircraft to start hunt for Atlantic oil off East Coast
An aerial hunt for oil and natural gas reserves in the Atlantic Ocean is poised to launch, a first step in the plan to lease waters off Georgia,... Read more...
Oil Services Co.,Baker Huhes, lays off 10,500
"Extreme market forces" are in play in the global energy sector, oil services company Baker Hughes said Tuesday in announcing widespread layoffs.The... Read more...
Japan now has more car charging points than gas stations
Nissan Motor Co. has reported that Japan now has more places to charge electric vehicles than gas stations. The country has roughly 34,000 gas... Read more...
Researchers turn solar energy into liquid fuel
A small number of vehicles on U.S. roads are already indirectly powered by the sun. Ostensibly, some of America's electric cars use power derived... Read more...
Peace process over, it’s Year Zero for Israelis and Palestinians
A month from now, Israel will mark 20 years since the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, the prime minister who signed the Oslo Accord. The night he was... Read more...
Dutch Safety Board: Buk missile downed MH17 in Ukraine
The missile that downed Malaysia Airlines flight 17 exploded less than a meter from the cockpit, killing the crew inside instantly and breaking off... Read more...
Mother Teresa Charity Stops Adoptions to Single and Divorced People
The Missionaries of Charity does not feel single and divorced people offer stable homes for orphansThirty orphanages that are part of Mother... Read more...
Pregnant woman, child killed in Gaza by Israeli airstrike
An Israeli airstrike killed a pregnant Palestinian woman and her 2-year-old daughter in Gaza Sunday, a Gaza health official said, while in the West... Read more...
Hundreds of thousands protest in Berlin against EU-U.S. trade deal
Hundreds of thousands of people marched in Berlin on Saturday in protest against a planned free trade deal between Europe and the United States that... Read more...
Israeli soldiers attack journalists on West Bank
A dramatic video has emerged showing Israeli soldiers make an unprovoked assault on two journalists working for Agence France-Presse during a... Read more...
'AJ staff is free': Egypt pardons jailed Al Jazeera journalists
Imprisoned Al Jazeera journalists Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed have been pardoned in Egypt, a spokesman for the Egyptian presidency, Alaa Youssef,... Read more...
Altice to buy Cablevision for $17.7B to expand in the U.S.
Altice, a European telecom company controlled by billionaire Patrick Drahi, has agreed to buy U.S. cable operator Cablevision in a deal valued at... Read more...
Dan Rather’s Moment of ‘Truth’: The Movie CBS and George W. Bush Don’t Want You to See
A new film starring Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford explores the notorious ‘60 Minutes’ piece on George W. Bush’s Texas Air National Guard... Read more...
Climate change denier Rupert Murdoch just bought National Geographic
The National Geographic magazine has been a nonprofit publication since inception in 1888, but that ends today. The long-running American publication... Read more...
Manning sues FBI over access to records in WikiLeaks case
Imprisoned national-security leaker Chelsea Manning is suing the Federal Bureau of Investigation over access to files compiled during the agency's... Read more...
US Sgt Bowe Bergdahl 'shouldn't face jail', hearing recommends
A US army hearing has recommended that a sergeant who was held captive by the Taliban and later charged with desertion be spared a prison sentence,... Read more...
US abandons failed $500M program to train and equip Syrian rebels
The Pentagon has abandoned its failed $500 million program to train and equip Syrian rebels in favor of ramping up support for established and... Read more...
12 Dead After U.S. C-130 Transport Plane Crashes in Afghanistan
Twelve people, including five American service members, were killed early Friday when a U.S. C-130 transport plane crashed while taking off from an... Read more...
U.S.-trained Syrian rebels gave equipment to Nusra: U.S. military
Syrian rebels trained by the United States gave some of their equipment to the al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front in exchange for safe passage, a U.S.... Read more...
Trio awarded chemistry Nobel for work on DNA repair
Three scientists from Sweden, the United States and Turkey were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for showing how cells repair... Read more...
Nobel Prize for missing piece in neutrino mass puzzle
Takaaki Kajita of Japan and Arthur McDonald of Canada won the Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for discovering that tiny particles called neutrinos... Read more...
Farmer digs up woolly mammoth bones in Michigan soy field
A farmer near Chelsea made a startling discovery Monday night: bones of a woolly mammoth possibly butchered by early human hunters thousands of years... Read more...
Nasa scientists find evidence of flowing water on Mars
Liquid water runs down canyons and crater walls over the summer months on Mars, according to researchers who say the discovery raises the chances of... Read more...
Supermassive black hole bigger than scientists thought was possible
Astronomers in England have discovered a supermassive black hole many times larger than should be possible.In astrophysics, very few rules are hard... Read more...
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1 Top general on Afghan hospital raid: US brass behind decision to strike Reggie
2 Medical charity says up tp 20 dead in air strike on northern Afghan hospital, including 3 children Reggie
3 U.N.: Civilian casualties in Afghanistan reach record levels Reggie
4 The Company Getting Rich Off the ISIS War Reggie
5 U.S. helicopter 'friendly fire' incident kills eight Afghan soldiers Reggie
6 Perpetual war creates endless consequences Reggie
7 Far from facing the truth, the US is telling new lies about Iraq Reggie
8 The Real Cost of Vietnam Reggie
9 The Terrible Legacy of Agent Orange Reggie
10 Americans have yet to grasp the horrific magnitude of the ‘war on terror’ Reggie
11 Body Count Report Reveals At Least 1.3 Million Lives Lost to US-Led War on Terror Reggie
12 Afghanistan gave CIA money to al Qaeda for diplomat's ransom Reggie
13 Afghan war civilian casualties reached record-high 10,000 in 2014 Reggie
14 $14 Million an Hour: The War on 'Terror' Has Cost $1.6 Trillion Reggie
15 US-led strikes hit IS-held oil sites in Syria Reggie
16 Blackwater on trial over killing of 14 Iraqi civilians in 2007 Reggie
17 The Toll Of 5 Years Of Drone Strikes: 2,400 Dead Reggie
18 Welcome to Penny Lane: CIA secret Gitmo camp for recruiting double agents Reggie
19 In Afghanistan, 'Security Deal' Means Endless US Occupation Reggie
20 U.S.-led troop pullout may be behind Afghanistan record opium poppy crop Reggie

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