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Feds confused, investors panicked over Takata airbags
U.S. safety regulators today dramatically boosted, to at least 7.78 million, the number of U.S. vehicles in danger because of faulty Takata air bags,... Read more...
Legendary designer Oscar de la Renta has died
One of the world's most legendary fashion designers, Oscar de la Renta, died Monday. He was 82.De la Renta's health was described earlier this month... Read more...
Pope Francis condemns 'hostile inflexibility' within the church
Pope Francis continued to call for cultural changes within the Catholic Church on Saturday, despite the council of bishops rejecting the notion of... Read more...
Expelled Nazis got millions in Social Security
Former Auschwitz guard Jakob Denzinger lived the American dream.His plastics company in the Rust Belt town of Akron, Ohio, thrived. By the late... Read more...
ACLU faults police Taser policies in Iowa
Policies on Taser use by Iowa law enforcement agencies are inadequate and alarmingly varied, with only a handful of the state's 99 sheriff's... Read more...
US launches 22 air strikes on Isis strongholds in Iraq
A day after the Department of Defense announced the first US death in the campaign against Islamic State (Isis) militants in Iraq, Central Command... Read more...
T.V. trucks sign of waste in Afghanistan
In yet another sign of wasted U.S. money in Afghanistan, $3.6 million T.V trucks sit unused in Kabul after a delay of two years.The State Department... Read more...
In Iraq, Blackwater verdict provides no relief from bitterness
Like most Iraqis, Ali Abbas Mahmoud didn’t know when he awoke Thursday that a jury in Washington had found four former Blackwater security guards... Read more...
4 Blackwater guards convicted in Iraq killings
Four former employees of the US security company Blackwater have been convicted of almost every charge related to the shootings of more than 30... Read more...
IS fighters seize weapons airdrop meant for Kurds
ISIS fighters seized at least one cache of weapons airdropped by U.S.-led coalition forces that were meant to suppy Kurdish militiamen battling the... Read more...
Hundreds Give Up U.S. Passports After New Tax Rules Start
The number of Americans renouncing U.S. citizenship increased 39 percent in the three months through September after rules that make it harder to... Read more...
Yellen says US experiencing widening inequality
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Friday that the last several decades have seen the most sustained rise in income inequality in a century.In a... Read more...
Banks accept derivatives rule change to end 'too big to fail' scenario
The $700 trillion financial derivatives industry has agreed to a fundamental rule change from January to help regulators to wind down failed banks... Read more...
German downturn casts shadow over world economy
As if the global economy didn't have enough troubles, it looks like Germany, Europe's traditional growth engine, risks falling into recession — or... Read more...
Hewlett-Packard to split into two public companies, lay off 5,000
Hewlett-Packard Co (HPQ.N) said it would split into two listed companies, separating its computer and printer businesses from its faster-growing... Read more...
9/11 victims: Saudi Arabia’s backing of al-Qaida made attacks possible
As defense attorneys tried again last week to get Saudi Arabia dropped from a massive federal lawsuit accusing it of complicity in the 9/11 attacks,... Read more...
New Yorker Magazine Exposes 9/11 Truth: The Twenty-Eight Pages
On the bottom floor of the United States Capitol’s new underground visitors’ center, there is a secure room where the House Intelligence... Read more...
Three New York firefighters die of 9/11-related illnesses, FDNY says
Three retired New York firefighters who worked at Ground Zero in the days after the World Trade Center attack died on the same day this week of... Read more...
9/11 Myth Huggers: 13 Years of Ignoring the Evidence
The establishment media hold up an apple for your inspection, and they tell you it is an orange. If I try to show you that you are looking at an... Read more...
US court orders photos of September 11 '20th hijacker' remain classified
A federal appeals court on Tuesday said photos of a Saudi national imprisoned at Guantánamo Bay who US officials have said intended to be the... Read more...
Obama Names Ron Klain as Ebola Czar
President Barack Obama will appoint Ron Klain his "Ebola czar," knowledgeable sources tell CNN.The president on Thursday signaled his openness to the... Read more...
Appeals court restores tough Texas voter ID law
Strict voter ID requirements are back in force in Texas after the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals intervened late Tuesday to stay an order from a... Read more...
Arkansas Supreme Court Strikes Down Voter ID Law
Arkansas' highest court on Wednesday struck down a state law that requires voters to show photo identification before casting a ballot, ruling the... Read more...
Texas voter ID law reinstated by federal appeals court
A federal appeals court on Tuesday reinstated Texas’ tough voter ID law for the November election, which the U.S. Justice Department had condemned... Read more...
Judge blocks Wisconsin law used in Walker probe
A federal judge Tuesday blocked enforcement of a Wisconsin election law that's at the center of an investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's 2012 recall... Read more...
CIA didn't know it had Senate 'torture' report
The U.S. government inaccurately told a federal judge last month that the CIA did not have a copy of the unabridged version of a Senate committee... Read more...
Elizabeth Warren is calling for an investigation of the Federal Reserve
"This American Life" did a program on Friday on the information obtained by Carmen Segarra from her time as a New York Fed bank examiner in 2012,... Read more...
Ohio's James Traficant Dies, Days After Accident On Farm
Former Rep. James Traficant, the Ohio politician whose career included 17 years in Congress and a conviction for bribery, has died at age 73.... Read more...
GOP Rejects Obama’s ‘Creative’ Iran Nuclear Compromises
The Obama administration is frantically searching for “creative solutions” to get to a nuclear deal with Iran, but according to 31 Republican... Read more...
Congress OKs bill to cut backlog of untested rape kits
Congress sent President Barack Obama legislation Thursday renewing a soon to expire program that helps local governments cut their backlogs of... Read more...
U.S. To Recognize Same-Sex Marriage In 6 New States
The federal government is recognizing gay marriage in six more states and extending federal benefits to those couples, Attorney General Eric Holder... Read more...
Florida Gov. Scott refuses to testify in records lawsuit
Florida Gov. Rick Scott is holding firm against testifying in a bitter public records lawsuit.A Tallahassee attorney asked Scott to appear Friday for... Read more...
Gunman kills himself after opening fire on US high school
A student opened fire at a school in Washington state on Friday. Police said the gunman was dead but provided no other details on casualties.... Read more...
Kansas court agrees with abortion shooting verdict
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday upheld the murder conviction in the killing of Wichita doctor George Tiller.But the court vacated the “Hard... Read more...
Facing lawsuit, California oil train terminal to shut down
A legal victory in California this week over crude oil operations could have a spillover effect, emboldening critics of crude-by-rail shipments to... Read more...
Iran hangs woman convicted of killing alleged rapist
A 26-year-old Iranian woman convicted of murdering a man she accused of trying to rape her as a teenager was hanged Saturday, the official news... Read more...
Number of Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar tops 100,000
A growing sense of desperation is fueling a mass exodus of Rohingya Muslims from western Myanmar, with the number fleeing by boat since communal... Read more...
Ferguson police committed human rights abuses, rights group says
Police in Ferguson, Missouri committed human rights abuses as they sought to quell mostly peaceful protests that erupted after a white officer killed... Read more...
US decides against military tribunals for non- Guantánamo detainees
The Obama administration has decided against charging detainees held outside Guantánamo Bay in its controversial military commissions, ending a... Read more...
Report: Female migrant workers abused in the UAE
Human Rights Watch (HRW) released a damning report Thursday on the condition of migrant domestic workers in the United Arab Emirates, alleging that... Read more...
Why American Exceptionalism Is Inherently Immoral
The origins of the phrase “American exceptionalism” are not especially obscure. The French sociologist Alexis de Tocqueville, observing this... Read more...
Bob Alexander: The Clown Behind the Monster is a Monster
Once upon a time there was a thoroughly mediocre man. He was incapable of finishing secondary or vocational school. By age 22, he found some small... Read more...
Greenwald: Canada, At War For 13 Years, Shocked That ‘A Terrorist’ Attacked Its Soldiers
In Quebec on Monday, two Canadian soldiers were hit by a car driven by Martin Couture-Rouleau, a 25-year-old Canadian who, as The Globe and Mail... Read more...
The NFL's breast cancer scam sells bunk science to profit off pink clothes
Like many other large brand names, the National Football League has long tried to use its alleged commitment to breast cancer to distract the public... Read more...
Bruce Enberg: What's the daily bag limit on McDucks?
Dallas Federal Reserve President Richard Fisher said Friday in a Fox News interview that the US economy is threatened by higher wages. His solution... Read more...
Ebola nurse 'made to feel like criminal' on return to US
A nurse who treated Ebola patients in Sierra Leone has criticized her treatment under a mandatory 21-day quarantine policy implemented by three US... Read more...
NY, NJ announce mandatory Ebola quarantines
The governors of New Jersey and New York on Friday ordered a mandatory 21-day quarantine for all doctors and other travelers who have had contact... Read more...
Dallas nurse is Ebola free, will leave NIH today
A nurse from Dallas, Texas who contracted Ebola is now virus free and will be released Wednesday afternoon from the National Institutes of Health... Read more...
Study: Early air pollution exposure linked to autism
In a new study, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh found children with autism were more likely to have been exposed to certain air toxics... Read more...
Doctor tests positive for Ebola at New York hospital
A physician who recently returned to New York from Ebola-ravaged west Africa has tested positive for the disease, officials announced.Craig Spencer,... Read more...
Science chief warns on acid oceans
The UK's chief scientist says the oceans face a serious and growing risk from man-made carbon emissions.The oceans absorb about a third of the CO2... Read more...
Why There's a Real Chance My Texas Town Might Ban Fracking
I live on Denton Street, in Denton, Texas, in Denton County, so I know a thing or two about the city of Denton - and its ongoing struggle with the... Read more...
Loaded with Lead: Washington state shooting range poisoned dozens
In a cramped hotel room on Christmas Eve, a pale and hollow-eyed man embraced his two children and whispered they'd be OK.  Despite his assurances,... Read more...
British fracking plans delayed by county council
Planners in the British county of Lancashire said they needed more time to consider drilling plans from shale pioneer Cuadrilla Resources.Cuadrilla... Read more...
Orca Whale Calf Born to Endangered Pod May Have Died in Open Ocean
The largest members of the dolphin family, orcas are highly social and intelligent marine mammals that communicate using whistles and pulsed calls... Read more...
South Korea shuts down nuclear reactor after crack discovered
South Korea shut down one of its nuclear reactors Friday after a crack was detected in a steam generator tube.The nuclear reactor at the Yeonggwang... Read more...
Canada's First Nations people seek to 'evict' energy companies
A freight railroad operated by the Canadian National Railway stretches approximately 3,000 miles from Halifax in the country's east to a port on the... Read more...
U.S. opens Gulf acreage to energy companies
More than 20 million acres off the coast of Texas were opened up for bidding for energy explorers Wednesday in New Orleans, the U.S. government... Read more...
Why birds are igniting in midair over Calif.
A cutting-edge solar technology in California's Mojave Desert may have a bit too much cut. Wildlife officials say they've counted one bird being... Read more...
PlayStation 4 And Xbox One Are Energy Hogs
For all their graphical improvements and multimedia functionality, there's one place where Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4 are sorely... Read more...
Dozens killed in attack on Egypt army post
An attack on an army checkpoint in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Friday killed at least 25 people, according to state media, making it one of the... Read more...
Boko Haram 'abducts dozens more women and girls' in Nigeria
Dozens more women and girls have been abducted by Nigerian terror group Boko Haram a day after an apparent ceasefire was announced, it was reported... Read more...
Baby killed and eight wounded in suspected terror attack in Jerusalem
A three-month old baby has died and eight other people are wounded – one seriously – in what police believe is a suspected “terrorist attack”... Read more...
Soldier shot; gunman enters Canadian parliament, many shots fired
A gunman shot a soldier at the Canadian War Memorial in Ottawa and was then chased by police into the main parliament building, where at least 30... Read more...
Afghan opium poppy yield hits all-time high
Opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan has hit an all-time high despite years of counter-narcotics efforts that have cost the US $7.6bn (£4.7bn),... Read more...
Reporter quits Chicago newspaper, says governor candidate influenced paper
A veteran Illinois political reporter quit his job at the Chicago Sun-Times on Wednesday and accused the newspaper of bowing to pressure from... Read more...
Egypt sets appeal hearing for Al-Jazeera staff
A Cairo court has set an appeals hearing for three Al-Jazeera English journalists convicted of terrorism-related charges last June amid widespread... Read more...
Is The Guardian Holding Back The New York Times’ Snowden Stories?
A source at the Times tells The Daily Beast the paper feels ‘shackled’ over The Guardian’s total control over the cache of Edward Snowden NSA... Read more...
Snapchat videos and pictures stored on a third party website posted online
Videos and pictures of as many as 200,000 teenagers posted via the Snapchat service and stored on a third-party website have been put online,... Read more...
Iran frees wife of jailed Washington Post reporter
Iran has released the wife of a Washington Post reporter after arresting the two journalists in July, her newspaper said Monday.The National... Read more...
Report: Army used alcohol, women to recruit football players
The U.S. Military Academy self reported a recruiting violation to the NCAA that was revealed publicly Saturday in a report by The Gazette (Colorado... Read more...
US Government Sanitizes Vietnam War History
For many years after the Vietnam War, we enjoyed the "Vietnam syndrome," in which US presidents hesitated to launch substantial military attacks on... Read more...
Ruling limits legal remedies for many exposed to Camp Lejeune pollutants
This week, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a North Carolina law limiting the time period in which a plaintiff can seek damages. The law,... Read more...
Transgender military personnel openly serving in 18 countries to convene in DC
Transgender military personnel from 18 countries who allow them to serve openly will gather in the U.S. to talk about their experiences -- and... Read more...
Air Force's X-37B space plane returns after 2-year top-secret mission
The X-37B is coming home, presumably chock-full of secrets. The unmanned Air Force plane -- a sort of space drone that has spent the last two years... Read more...
Massive sunspot sending violent flares toward Earth
Sunspot region AR2192 on the solar surface is currently both massive and active, scientists with NASA say. So big, in fact, that the sunspot is... Read more...
How To Watch That 'Once-In-A-Lifetime' Comet Swing By Mars
A comet will be swinging by Mars this Sunday, and eager astronomers say they're ready for the "once-in a lifetime event."Comet C/2013 A1, or 'Siding... Read more...
NASA Stumbles Upon A Dead Star That's 10 Million Times Brighter Than The Sun
Think our sun is bright? NASA says its NuSTAR space-based X-ray telescope has detected a dead star that pumps out as much energy as 10 million... Read more...
Trio wins Nobel Prize in chemistry for advancing microscope technology
Scientists Eric Betzig and William Moerner of the United States and Stefan Hell of Germany won the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for... Read more...
Nobel Prize for Physics awarded to inventors of blue LEDs
Over 20 years after their invention, the team of Japanese scientists behind blue colored light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, has been recognized with the... Read more...
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641 Iraq Ally Lists Were Altered, Study Shows Reggie
642 Father murdered, wife and daughter jailed: killers call the shots in Iraq's justice system Reggie
643 Contractors in Iraq could face charges in earlier incidents Jesse Richard
644 Why the U.S. blinked on its troop agreement with Iraq Reggie
645 US-Iraq security pact may be in violation, Congress is told Jesse Richard
646 Iraq Quietly Dismisses Its Anticorruption Officials Reggie
647 Mask Ban Upsets Iraqis Hired as U.S. Interpreters Reggie
648 Iraq war set to end not on Bush's terms Reggie
649 Top judge: US and UK acted as 'vigilantes' in Iraq invasion Jesse Richard
650 U.S., Pakistan made deal on air strikes Reggie
651 New Blackwater Iraq Scandal: Guns, Silencers and Dog Food Reggie
652 Al-Sadr Throws Down the Gauntlet on US-Iraq Talks Reggie
653 Counting the dead gets more complicated in Iraq Reggie
654 Documents linking Iran to nuclear weapons push may have been fabricated Jesse Richard
655 Georgia fired first shot, say UK monitors Jesse Richard
656 U.S. military acknowledges dozens of Afghan civilian deaths in the past week Reggie
657 US accused of killing dozens of civilians in Afghanistan air strike Reggie
658 Violence sweeps through Iraq Jesse Richard
659 British SAS commander in Afghanistan quits over bad equipment Jesse Richard
660 Auditors: Private security in Iraq cost over $6B Reggie

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