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Trump administration lifts ban on importing heads of hunted elephants
The Trump administration confirmed Thursday it lifted a ban that had prohibited hunters from importing trophies of elephants killed in two African... Read more...
Iran-Iraq border earthquake is deadliest of 2017
A huge rescue effort is under way after a powerful earthquake struck Iran's mountainous border with Iraq, killing more than 400 people and injuring... Read more...
Top Homeland Security Dem slams White House chief of staff
The top Democrat on the House Homeland Security Committee panned White House chief of staff John Kelly for allegedly pressuring acting Homeland... Read more...
Federal report blames humans for global warming and its effects
An extensive report published by the federal government Friday asserts that humans are the primary driver of climate change, causing higher... Read more...
With 'America First,' Trump mutes U.S. voice on human rights in Asia
As Trump prepares to depart on his first Asia tour, which will bring him face-to-face with a number of leaders with poor human rights records, his... Read more...
Soldier killed in Niger may have been bound and executed
A US soldier killed during an ambush in Niger was discovered by villagers with his arms bound and a large wound to the back of his head, a report... Read more...
CIA releases trove of documents from Bin Laden raid
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has released 470,000 files that were captured during the raid that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden in... Read more...
NATO helicopter crash kills U.S. service member in Afghanistan
A helicopter crash in Afghanistan's Logar province killed one U.S. service member and injured six others, NATO officials said Saturday. The crash... Read more...
Niger Attack Was Likely a Set-Up by Terrorists, Say Officials
An emerging theory among U.S. military investigators is that the Army Special Forces soldiers ambushed in Niger were set up by terrorists, who were... Read more...
U.S.-led forces acknowledge killing 50 more civilians in Iraq, Syria
The U.S. led coalition fighting Islamic State militants on Friday confirmed that another 50 civilians had been killed in strikes in Iraq and Syria,... Read more...
Richest 1% now owns half the world's wealth
The wealthiest 1% of the world's population now owns more than half of the world's wealth, according to a new report. The total wealth in the world... Read more...
After a Tax Crackdown, Apple Found a New Shelter for Its Profits
It was May 2013, and Mr. Cook, the chief executive of Apple, appeared before a United States Senate investigative subcommittee. After a lengthy... Read more...
Paradise Papers: Tax haven secrets of ultra-rich exposed
A huge new leak of financial documents has revealed how the powerful and ultra-wealthy, including the Queen's private estate, secretly invest vast... Read more...
Trump Picks Federal Reserve Insider Jerome Powell To Be Its Chairman
President Trump on Thursday named Jerome Powell to be the next chair of the Federal Reserve, the first time in decades that a president hasn't... Read more...
Corporate penalties have plunged at SEC since Trump took office
Publicly traded companies have been hit with fewer and much less costly penalties by the Securities and Exchange Commission since Donald Trump... Read more...
Trump's HHS defines life as beginning at conception
The Department of Health and Human Services's new strategic plan defines life as beginning at conception. "HHS accomplishes its mission through... Read more...
Trump lists immigration demands that could derail 'Dreamers' deal
President Donald Trump laid out his immigration principles for Capitol Hill on Sunday — a list of hardline policies that could seriously... Read more...
Early signs of heart disease risk found in children exposed to 9/11 dust
Sixteen years after the World Trade Center collapsed on Sept. 11, 2001, a study finds children exposed to toxic chemicals released during the... Read more...
Saudi embassy may have funded 9/11 'dry run': report
New evidence in a 9/11 lawsuit against the government of Saudi Arabia alleges the kingdom's embassy in Washington, DC may have funded a test run... Read more...
British spy Christopher Steele tells FBI sources for Trump 'dossier': report
The British spy behind a salacious “dossier” on President Trump has told the FBI about his sources for the document, according to a report.Former... Read more...
Top nuclear commander: I wouldn't carry out an 'illegal' nuclear strike order from Trump
The top nuclear commander in the U.S. said Saturday he would refuse an order to conduct a nuclear strike from President Trump if he thought the... Read more...
Politico: Donald Jr. and WikiLeaks Talk Dirty
f we've learned anything from months of scandal reporting, the Russians set their sights on two types of people wandering the halls of Trump Tower.... Read more...
As We Rethink Old Harassers, Let’s Talk About Clarence Thomas
Long suppressed talk about the sexual predation of men, in Hollywood, politics, business, the news industry, professional sports and life in... Read more...
Donald Trump says something that isn't true 5.5 times a day. Every day.
Alternative facts. Lies. Distortions. Exaggerations. Misstatements. Half truths. Call it what you want, but there's one indisputable fact: Donald... Read more...
Kushner failed to disclose outreach from Putin ally to Trump campaign
President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, failed to disclose what lawmakers called a "Russian backdoor overture and dinner... Read more...
Congressional aides may have answers on pro-Russia GOP platform change
As U.S. investigators probe whether President Donald Trump's campaign orchestrated a Russia-friendly change to the Republican Party platform last... Read more...
Colorful Trump associate Sater will cooperate with Feinstein request
Russian émigré and one-time Trump associate Felix Sater will cooperate with a request by the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee... Read more...
Kushner got emails about WikiLeaks, Russia in 2016, lawmakers say
Jared Kushner received emails in September 2016 about WikiLeaks and about a “Russian backdoor overture and dinner invite” and forwarded them to... Read more...
House Republicans Pass Tax Bill
Trump came to the Capitol on Thursday to rally Republicans and implore them to vote yes (and, apparently, give a maundering speech about his trip... Read more...
Judge declares mistrial in New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez bribery trial
A federal judge declared a mistrial Thursday afternoon in the bribery trial of New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez after jurors said they were again... Read more...
AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies at 64
AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young has died after a long battle with dementia. He was 64. "Today it is with deep heartfelt sadness that AC/DC has to... Read more...
Could Terrorists Hack an Airplane? The Government Just Did.
Could terrorists hijack an airliner remotely by hacking into its cockpit controls, putting its fate in their hands? This question is being asked... Read more...
Top Massachusetts Police Officials Retire After Trooper Sues Over Altered Arrest Report
The two top Massachusetts State Police officials abruptly retired just days after a trooper filed a lawsuit claiming he was disciplined for not... Read more...
Ohio execution called off after officials fail to find a vein for lethal injection
Ohio called off the execution of a condemned killer with multiple health problems on Wednesday, because members of the state’s execution team ... Read more...
5 dead after gunman opens fire on multiple sites, including California elementary school
A shooting involving multiple scenes in northern California has left at least five people dead, including the shooter. The Tehama County Sheriff's... Read more...
Hondurans in US live in limbo amid TPS uncertainty
For Belinda Osorio Hanzman, being forced to return to San Pedro Sula in Honduras would mean leaving behind her two US-born children. It is a painful... Read more...
First DREAMer deported under Trump arrested again for trying to enter U.S.
The first known DREAMer to allege he was improperly deported by U.S. Border Patrol agents was arrested for trying to illegally re-enter the country... Read more...
U.S. Sends Lesbian Refugee Back to Country Where She Was Raped
On October 23, 2016, a 23-year-old Ugandan woman named L. took her girlfriend to a small hotel. While they were making love there, their lives... Read more...
ACLU sues after immigration agents detain 10-year-old girl after surgery
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration after federal immigration authorities detained... Read more...
NY prosecutor indicted in 2012 police brutality cover-up
A district attorney in New York has been indicted on charges that he obstructed a federal civil rights investigation into the beating of a ... Read more...
Bill Press: Kelly sells his soul
It  happens so often we should be used to it by now. We build people up. We discover a new hero. We think he or she is the perfect public servant.... 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 16 years I have not met a single individual... Read more...
The Civil Rights Division has a proud legacy. Eric Dreiband is unfit to lead it
Over half a century ago, Congress passed the Civil Rights Act of 1957 in what was a watershed moment for the US. In spite of intense opposition,... Read more...
Maybe Trump is a kind of cry for help from the Earth, a human flare
So are we heading for a Mad Max-style future? I don’t think so. After having lived through Donald Trump we’ll surely just call him Max. Trump is... Read more...
The Bombs of August : In Remembrance of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
On Monday, August 6, 1945, after six months of intense firebombing of 67 other Japanese cities, the United States  dropped a nuclear weapon... Read more...
Legionnaires' cases linked to Disneyland expand to 15
Health officials in California on Thursday said the number of cases of Legionnaires' disease in people who visited Disneyland or the city of... Read more...
Researchers: CTE was detected in living former NFL player
For the first time, research has confirmed that scientists successfully detected chronic traumatic encephalopathy -- known commonly as CTE -- in a... Read more...
A Man Gets His Genes Edited, and Science Waits With Bated Breath
For the first time ever, scientists have edited genes inside a person in an attempt to cure disease, AP reports. Brian Madeux, a 44-year-old... Read more...
Aaron Hernandez Had Most Severe CTE Ever Found For Someone His Age
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez had the most severe case of chronic traumatic encephalopathy ever discovered in someone his... Read more...
EPA Approval Of Bacteria To Fight Mosquitoes Caps Long Quest
The Environmental Protection Agency has approved the use of mosquitoes infected with Wolbachia bacteria as a "biopesticide" in 20 states and the... Read more...
Keystone pipeline shut down after leaking 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota
TransCanada Corp.'s Keystone pipeline leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of oil in northeastern South Dakota, the company and state regulators... Read more...
NASA considers which cities will flood as ice sheets melts
As ice sheets on Greenland and Antartica melt, which cities are most liable to flood? NASA scientists have built a new simulation to help coastal... Read more...
Top Democrats stage anti-Trump revolt at Bonn climate summit
A handful of Democratic governors and scores of other lawmakers and mayors are mounting an insurgency at the United Nations climate conference... Read more...
Powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake strikes close to Iraq-Iran border
An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.2 has struck Iraq, about 20 miles (32km) southwest of the city of Halabjah, near to the Iraq-Iran border, the US... Read more...
Mysterious Radioactive Cloud Over Europe Hints At Accident Farther East
European authorities are providing new details about a cloud of mysterious radioactive material that appeared over the continent last month.... Read more...
U.S. withdrawal from energy transparency group called strategic
Leaving a transparency initiative on fossil fuels was a mistake, advocates said, but Washington and a former Trump associate said the decision was... Read more...
Whitefish Energy Apologizes to Puerto Rico, San Juan Mayor for Twitter Comments
Whitefish Energy issued an apology to San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz and “everyone in Puerto Rico” for comments posted in a public Twitter ... Read more...
Explosion hits oil rig on Lake Pontchartrain
At least seven people were injured when a large explosion on an oil rig operating in Louisiana’s Lake Pontchartrain ignited a fire Sunday... Read more...
Judge allows Dakota Access pipeline to keep running
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the Dakota Access oil pipeline can continue operating while a study is completed to assess its environmental... Read more...
Wholesale energy prices dip below zero because of California’s solar power
Solar power shines bright in California, and wholesale energy prices prove it. Last winter and early spring’s dependence on solar drove wholesale... Read more...
Vatican: New probe begun into alleged sex at youth seminary
The Holy See says a fresh investigation has been opened into allegations a future priest had sex with a fellow student when they were teenagers at... Read more...
Argentine navy loses contact with submarine
Argentina's navy said Friday it has lost contact with a submarine off the country's southern coast, but doesn't consider it lost. The navy's Twitter... Read more...
Ouch! Germany replaces U.S. as country with best global image
Germany has replaced the United States as the country with the best "brand image," according to a new study of 50 countries released Thursday. The... Read more...
UCLA Basketball Players Admit To Shoplifting In China, Are Suspended From Team
Three UCLA freshmen have been suspended indefinitely from the basketball team, one day after returning home from China, where they were detained... Read more...
Australia's PM wants marriage equality by Christmas after 'overwhelming' vote
The Australian parliament must commit to deliver marriage equality by Christmas, the prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has said after an ... Read more...
Fox News viewers outraged after Shepard Smith debunks Hillary Clinton uranium ‘scandal’
Fox News anchor Shepard Smith is under fire from his own viewers after he debunked what the network dubbed the Hillary Clinton uranium ... Read more...
Lawmakers alarmed at push to sell CNN
Even critics of AT&T’s proposed mega-merger with Time Warner expressed alarm Wednesday at allegations that President Donald Trump's Justice... Read more...
Jenna Abrams, Russia’s Clown Troll Princess, Duped the Mainstream Media and the World
Jenna Abrams had a lot of enemies on Twitter, but she was a very good friend to viral content writers across the world. Her opinions about... Read more...
NBC News suspends Mark Halperin after 5 women accuse him of sexual harassment
The Los Angeles Times reports NBC News has suspended Game Change author Mark Halperin from his contributor post at MSNBC in the wake of allegations... Read more...
A Knife in the Throat Nearly Silences a Top Independent Broadcaster in Moscow
Tatiana Felgenhauer, the 32-year-old deputy chief editor of the Echo of Moscow independent radio station, was stabbed in her throat and seriously... Read more...
US warship collides with Japanese tug boat
A U.S. warship sustained minor damage Saturday when it collided with a Japanese tug boat, the Navy's 7th Fleet announced. NBC News reports that the... Read more...
Air Force pilot shortage has grown, is 'stretching the force to the limit'
The Pilot shortage that has dogged the U.S. Air Force has gotten worse as the service's top officials say the shortage has surged to about 2,000... Read more...
US Marine trainer guilty of abusing Muslim recruits
A former US Marine instructor who abused Muslim military recruits - including ordering them into an industrial clothes dryer and turning it on -... Read more...
‘Fat Leonard’ scandal expands to ensnare more than 60 admirals
The "Fat Leonard" corruption investigation has expanded to include more than 60 admirals and hundreds of other U.S. Navy officers under scrutiny... Read more...
Pentagon Frees Marine General from Guantanamo Bay
Marine Brigadier General John Baker is no longer the 42nd Guantanamo Bay detainee. But that doesn’t mean his unexpected conviction in the Gitmo... Read more...
Newly discovered Earth-sized planet looks to be life-friendly
Scientist have discovered a nearby Earth-like exoplanet with conditions favorable to life. The planet orbits Ross 128, an inactive red dwarf star.... Read more...
Stephen Hawking's expanding universes thesis breaks the internet
Stephen Hawking’s 1966 doctoral thesis has broken the internet after becoming available to the general public for the first time. Demand for the... Read more...
Most complete tyrannosaur fossil in Southwest excavated in Utah
Paleontologists have completed the excavation of a 76 million-year-old tyrannosaur fossil in southern Utah. With approximately 75 percent of the... Read more...
Ancient sea turtle reveals pigment-based survival trait at least 54 million years old
Scientists have recovered beta-keratin and muscle proteins from the remains of an ancient sea turtle hatchling, proving modern sea turtles'... Read more...
Nobel prize in chemistry awarded for method to visualise biomolecules
The Nobel prize in chemistry has been awarded to three scientists for developing a technique to produce images of the molecules of life frozen in... Read more...
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201 Anarchy, civilian casualties and terrorism... just some of the things that DIDN'T happen in Iraq (according to Rumsfeld memo) Jesse Richard
202 Red Cross Survey Finds Young Americans Unaware of Rules of War Jesse Richard
203 WikiLeaks cables show U.S. took softer line toward Libya Reggie
204 U.S. troops in Afghanistan suffer more catastrophic injuries Reggie
205 Former Afghan lawmaker Joya says U.S. soldiers disregard lives Reggie
206 UN staff killed during protest against US church Koran burning Reggie
207 Air pollution is another potentially deadly threat for U.S. soldiers in Iraq Reggie
208 The Kill Team Reggie
209 Pentagon spends billions to fight roadside bombs, with little success Reggie
210 Afghanistan: Nato air strike kills civilians in Helmand Reggie
211 Depleted Uranium: A Strange Way To Protect Libyan Civilians Jesse Richard
212 Ohio, Florida soldiers killed in Afghanistan Reggie
213 Instead of Bombing Dictators, Stop Selling Them Bombs Jesse Richard
214 Afghanistan lets Blackwater stay despite shakeup of security contractors Reggie
215 Karzai rejects U.S. apology over killing of 9 Afghan boys Reggie
216 Iraqi Women Work to Halt Bombers, but Paycheck Is Elusive Reggie
217 4.5 Million Orphans in Iraq: Protests Over Food and Shelter Reggie
218 Gates Warns Against Any More Wars Like Iraq or Afghanistan Reggie
219 Increased U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan killing few high-ranking militants Reggie
220 NATO probes claims it killed 64 Afghan civilians Reggie

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