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  • Bernie Sanders denounces 'outrageous' Trump ad as 'so sad for our country' news

    Sen. Bernie Sanders condemned as “nonsense” a new ad from President Trump accusing Democrats of being “complicit” in murders in the United States by undocumented immigrants.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 12:06:42 -0500
  • Pope Francis Compares Gossiping Nuns To Terrorists news

    Pope Francis compared gossiping nuns to terrorists during his latest South American tour stop in Lima on Sunday.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 01:06:14 -0500
  • Boy dies after undergoing surgery to remove 10-pound tumor from his face news

    A Cuban boy who underwent surgery last week to remove a 10-pound tumor from his face died in a Miami hospital on Friday, one of his physicians has announced.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 12:30:41 -0500
  • The #SchumerShutdown Hashtag Is Getting A Big Boost From Russian Bots news

    WASHINGTON ― As lawmakers wage a messaging war over who caused the government shutdown, Republicans and the White House are getting a big boost in their efforts to blame Democrats for the mess ― from the Russians.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 22:33:19 -0500
  • Serial Stowaway Charged Following Latest Arrest at O`Hare Airport news

    A 66-year-old woman, who has been arrested several times for sneaking onto planes without a ticket and even a passport, is back at it again. This time she made it from Chicago to London before she was caught.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 08:43:39 -0500
  • With 25,339 murders in 2017, Mexico suffers record homicide tally

    There were more than 25,000 murders across drug-ravaged Mexico in 2017, the highest annual tally since modern records began, government data showed. Investigators opened 25,339 murder probes last year, up nearly 25 percent from the 2016 tally, interior ministry data released on Saturday showed. Mexico has struggled with years of violence as the government has battled vicious drug cartels that have increasingly splintered into smaller, more bloodthirsty, gangs.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 15:20:29 -0500
  • Jeanette Epps is not the only astronaut NASA has removed from their planned flights news

    On Jan. 18, NASA announced that astronaut Jeanette Epps would not fly, as expected, to the International Space Station in June. The mission would have been historic, since she would have become the first African-American crewmember on the orbiting outpost.  The space agency hasn't released any information about why Epps was benched from her planned mission, saying only that "these decisions are personnel matters for which NASA doesn’t provide information," according to NASA spokesperson Brandi Dean. Epps will now work in the Astronaut Office at Johnson Space Center and await another possible flight assignment. Epps' removal from her planned flight isn't without historic precedent. SEE ALSO: Astronaut expected to be the 1st African-American Space Station crewmember won't fly in 2018 after all NASA has benched astronauts before flights many times in its decades as a federal agency, and for many different reasons. "Flight assignments have been changed often in the past at various stages of training for a variety of reasons," Dean said via email. Specifically, quite a few astronauts have been removed from their missions for health reasons.  NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps.Image: NASANASA's Ken Mattingly was pulled from the Apollo 13 crew just a few days before their scheduled launch because he was exposed to German measles.  From the ground, Mattingly was part of the team that helped bring back the Apollo 13 crew to Earth after an oxygen tank exploded, putting the lives of the crew in serious danger and forcing them to abandon their planned moon landing.  Mattingly still earned a place in cinematic history, since he was portrayed by actor Gary Sinise in the movie Apollo 13. "Long before Jeanette Epps was pulled from her upcoming space station expedition, astronauts such as Ken Mattingly in 1970 and Don Thomas in 2002 were reassigned due to medical issues, while Mark Lee was pulled from a 2001 space station assembly shuttle mission for reasons NASA never disclosed," space historian and editor of Robert Pearlman said in an interview.  "To their crewmates' credit, despite the interruptions, the missions went on as planned (or in the case of Apollo 13, went awry but at no fault of Mattingly's replacement, Jack Swigert)." NASA also replaced Jeff Ashby in 1997 due to an illness in his family, and other astronauts have been removed due to other medical or personal issues. "NASA invests a lot of time, effort and money in training their astronaut crews, and stresses teamwork throughout, so the decision to remove an astronaut from a flight is never taken lightly," Pearlman said. Epps's 2018 mission was announced in 2017 and it immediately went viral.  News organizations profiled Epps and wrote about her expected upcoming flight, making the news of her reassignment all the more surprising.  She has not yet flown to space. Epps was chosen as part of NASA's 2009 astronaut class as one of 14 candidates.  Her path to NASA is different from many other astronauts, however.  Epps started off as a NASA fellow and then worked at Ford Motor Company before spending seven years at the Central Intelligence Agency.  Epps was inspired to become an astronaut after watching the first class of women become NASA astronauts decades ago. "It was about 1980, I was nine years old. My brother came home and he looked at my grades and my twin sisters' grades and he said, 'You know, you guys can probably become aerospace engineers or even astronauts,'" Epps said in a NASA video. "And this was at the time that Sally Ride [the first American woman to fly in space] and a group of women were selected to become astronauts — the first time in history. So, he made that comment and I said, 'Wow, that would be so cool.'" WATCH: Here's how Virgin's space program is different than SpaceX

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 15:59:03 -0500
  • Taliban lays claim to deadly attack on Kabul hotel

    Taliban militants who killed at least 22 people at a luxury Kabul hotel went from room to room searching for foreigners, survivors and a security source said Monday as more details of the victims emerged. Insurgents armed with Kalashnikovs and suicide vests attacked the landmark Intercontinental Hotel overlooking the Afghan capital late Saturday in an assault that lasted more than 12 hours and prompted questions over how the attackers breached security. Officials have said that at least 14 foreigners were killed.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 14:20:02 -0500
  • Drunk Driver in Tesla Tells Police Officer the Car Was on Autopilot

    This California man just found out.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 17:23:00 -0500
  • Sen. Tom Cotton: ‘I was not offended’ by Trump's 'cursing' at meeting news

    Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., said that President Trump’s language during a closed-door meeting 10 days ago did not offend him, and that Trump’s actual words have been grossly misrepresented. The Arkansas Republican offered this defense of the commander in chief while discussing immigration reform on NBC News’ “Meet the Press” with moderator Chuck Todd.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 13:34:07 -0500
  • 2 IEDs Explode At Florida Mall news

    Two improvised explosive devices detonated at a mall in central Florida on Sunday, authorities said.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 02:35:21 -0500
  • Anti-Abortion Harassment Goes Way Beyond Picketing Clinics news

    “Can I pray for you?” a woman asked after I shared my abortion story at the Women’s March Convention in Detroit last year.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 05:46:01 -0500
  • Fighting rages amid Turkish push in Kurdish enclave in Syria news

    HASSA, Turkey (AP) — Intense fighting flared Monday as Turkish troops and their allies advanced on a Kurdish enclave in northwestern Syria, the third day of Ankara's offensive to oust a U.S.-allied Kurdish militia from the area, according to the militia and a war monitoring group.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 16:21:48 -0500
  • Olympic Cooperation Between North and South Korea Has Provoked Protests in Seoul news

    Demonstrators burned the "unification flag" that athletes will use at the Games

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 04:24:19 -0500
  • Philippines raises volcano alert again; hazardous eruption seen imminent

    The Philippines raised the alert level at its Mayon volcano on Monday after a loud explosion in the wake of increased activity made a hazardous eruption likelier, prompting authorities to close all schools and urge residents to stay indoors. Mayon, the country's most active volcano, has been spewing ash, lava, and pyroclastic material since Jan. 13, displacing close to 40,000 residents in the central province of Albay. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) raised its alert on Mayon to level 4, signifying a hazardous eruption is imminent, from level 3, which warns that such an eruption could be "weeks or even days" away.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 03:14:58 -0500
  • Lawyers: Firing squad must be option for condemned killer news

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Attorneys for a condemned killer whose execution was stopped last year after 25 minutes of unsuccessful needle sticks are once again recommending the firing squad as an alternative.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 13:16:37 -0500
  • 3 USA Gymnastics Directors Resign In Larry Nassar Sex Abuse Scandal news

    Three USA Gymnastics directors have resigned amid fierce criticism that the organization failed to protect its athletes from team doctor Larry Nassar, a serial predator whose sentencing hearing continues this week.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 14:16:05 -0500
  • Saudi Arabia calls for extending non-OPEC cooperation news

    Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister Khaled al-Faleh on Sunday called for extending cooperation between OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers beyond 2018 after a deal to shore up crude prices. This is the first time OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia explicitly calls for extending a 2016 deal between oil producers to cut back production to combat a global oil glut.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 03:20:53 -0500
  • 'Grab 'Em by the Midterms': The Women's March on Washington rallies for the 2018 elections news

    The Women's March on Washington returned, one year after President Trump's inauguration. This time, women came organizing for the 2018 midterm elections.

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 20:04:42 -0500
  • New Zealand Just Became The 11th Country To Send A Rocket Into Orbit news

    New Zealand successfully launched a rocket into orbit on Sunday, becoming the 11th country to achieve the feat.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 09:41:44 -0500
  • Roe Made Abortions Legal, But It Doesn't Keep Women And Providers Safe news

    Before 1973′s Roe v. Wade, the problems were dangerous abortions and unequal access to safe abortions.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 05:46:07 -0500
  • The Tragedy of Mahmoud Abbas

    Picture a Palestinian leader in the twilight of his reign. Besieged on all sides and challenged by younger upstarts, he lashes out against Israel, his Arab brethren, and the United States. Other Palestinian officials jockey to replace him, convinced he’s past his prime. This is how it ended for Yasser Arafat, whose insistence on waging the second intifada left him isolated in the final years of his rule. It may well be how it ends for Mahmoud Abbas.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 13:35:55 -0500
  • Young Mother Becomes 4th Member of Montecito Family Found Dead in Mudslides news

    The discovery of 28-year-old Faviola Benitez Calderon puts the death toll at 21, with two still missing.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 08:39:31 -0500
  • Kabul hotel attack: 19 dead, including 14 foreigners, in overnight Taliban siege news

    At least 19 people were killed during a 13 hour siege after Taliban gunmen in army uniforms stormed a luxury Kabul hotel popular with Afghan officials and foreigners. Eyewitnesses described how the gunmen deliberately targeted foreigners as they rampaged through the six-floor Intercontinental Hotel.   One Afghan man told the BBC that he was spared by militants who shouted "Where are the foreigners?" as they ran into the hotel's restaurant at around 9pm local time on Saturday night. At least 14 of the dead were believed to be foreign nationals, among them two Venezuelans and six Ukrainians. The gun battle ended on Sunday morning as Afghan special forces killed the last of the six gunmen, who were armed with grenades, automatic weapons and suicide vests. By 10am, Special Forces could be seen sweeping the roof of the hotel as firefighters attempted to extinguish a blaze which had ripped through the sixth floor. Thick clouds of black smoke could be seen pouring from the building, an imposing 1960s structure set on a hilltop. Afghan security personnel stand guard as black smoke rises from the Intercontinental Hotel after an attack in Kabul Credit: AP Photo/Rahmat Gul Some 150 desperate staff and guests managed to escape the building throughout the night, amid heavy gunfire and explosions. One witness told AFP that the hotel's security team fled "without a fight". Dramatic footage showed people clambering down from upper-floor balconies using bedsheets tied together. Telecoms executive Aziz Tayeb posted a desperate plea on Facebook from a hiding place behind a pillar as attackers sprayed guests and staff with bullets: "Pray for me. I may die." Mr Tayeb was at the hotel for a major IT conference set to take place yesterday. The Intercontinental hotel in Kabul is under siege from gunmen. Credit: Reuters Abdul Rahman Naseri, also at the hotel for the conference, described how he saw four gunmen dressed in army uniforms. "They were shouting in Pashto, 'Don't leave any of them alive, good or bad'. 'Shoot and kill them all,’ one of them shouted," Mr Naseri said. "I ran to my room on the second floor. I opened the window and tried to get out using a tree but the branch broke and I fell to the ground. I hurt my back and broke a leg." The attackers are believed to have got into the hotel via the kitchen, and a worker in the restaurant said the men had sat down and ordered food, before opening fire. A man tries to escape from a balcony at Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel during an attack by gunmen  Credit: Reuters "They were wearing very stylish clothes," the man, named as Haseeb, told Tolo News. "They came to me and asked for food. I served them the food and they thanked me and took their seats. Then they took out their weapons and started shooting the people." A senior security official said that the attackers had moved directly from the first floor to the fourth and fifth floors, suggesting the attack had been carefully prepared, possibly with inside help. An Afghan policeman keeps watch near the site of an attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan. Credit:  REUTERS "When the sixth floor caught fire this morning, my roommate told me, either burn or escape," said Mohammad Musa, who was hiding in his room on the top floor. "I got a bed sheet and tied it to the balcony. I tried to come down but I was heavy and my arms were not strong enough. I fell down and injured my shoulder and leg.""There were dozens of dead bodies lying around me." The Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul was previously targeted in 2011. Credit: Reuters Wahid Majroh, a spokesman for the ministry of public health, last night said 19 bodies had been brought into the city's hospitals, but a senior Afghan security official said the death toll was over 30 and might climb higher. At least 11 of the dead worked for private Afghan airline Kam Air, which on Sunday suspended domestic flights. It said a further 14 emloyees were still missing. A security personnel points his weapon near the Intercontinental Hotel after a deadly attack in Kabul, Afghanistan. Credit: Massoud Hossaini Also among the dead was Dr Abdullah Waheed Poyan, a well-respected academic who had worked for the Afghan diplomatic corps. Interior ministry spokesman Najib Danesh said a private company had taken over responsibility for security at the hotel three weeks ago and there would be an investigation into possible failings, just days after a US embassy warning of possible attacks on hotels in Kabul. Afghan security forces arrive the site of an attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, Afghanistan. Credit:  REUTERS The raid was the latest in a series of attacks that have underlined the city's vulnerability and the ability of militants to mount high-profile operations aimed at undermining confidence in the Western-backed government. The Taliban, which attacked the same hotel in 2011, claimed responsibility for the attack, its spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said in a statement.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 04:21:15 -0500
  • Leaders to meet with white separatist town official in Maine

    PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Leaders in a Maine town said Sunday they will meet with their town manager, who has come under fire for espousing white separatist views.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 13:44:38 -0500
  • Manifestaciones masivas en la segunda Marcha de las Mujeres

    Miles de personas participan en la “Marcha de las mujeres, en Washington, EEUU. EFE

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 12:29:17 -0500
  • This Is What The Future Of Legal Weed Looks Like news

    The green revolution is here ― and it’s mostly black, brown and female.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 05:46:01 -0500
  • The women who marched in 2018 news

    One year into President Trump's administration, another Women's March. Here are scenes from the New York City event.

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 17:37:28 -0500
  • Paul Ryan Declines To Say If He'll Run For Another Term In Congress news

    House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said Sunday he wasn’t planning on leaving Congress any time soon, but he also didn’t disclose whether he will serve another term in the House of Representatives.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 12:02:07 -0500
  • China's top paper says U.S. forcing China to accelerate South China Sea deployments

    China's top newspaper, decrying Washington as a trouble-maker, said on Monday U.S. moves in the South China Sea like last week's freedom of navigation operation will only cause China to strengthen its deployments in the disputed waterway. China's foreign ministry said the USS Hopper, a destroyer, came within 12 nautical miles of Huangyan island, which is better known as the Scarborough Shoal and is subject to a rival claim by the Philippines, a historic ally of the United States. It was the latest U.S. naval operation challenging extensive Chinese claims in the South China Sea and came even as President Donald Trump's administration seeks Chinese cooperation in dealing with North Korea's missile and nuclear programs.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 20:59:41 -0500
  • Las Vegas Shooter Was Germophobe and Possibly Bipolar, Records Show news

    Police have learned more about Stephen Paddock

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 16:53:10 -0500
  • The Voices Of Larry Nassar's Victims Made It All The Way To The Women’s March news

    Larry Nassar’s sexual-abuse victims are finally getting more of the attention they so rightfully deserve.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 12:43:19 -0500
  • The Latest: France tells UN that Syria is at 'a crossroads' news

    BEIRUT (AP) — The latest on developments in Syria and Turkey's offensive on the Syrian Kurdish enclave of Afrin (all times local):

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 16:16:55 -0500
  • Bishop tells Russians not to vote for Putin in rare church dissent news

    A Russian Orthodox bishop has advised the faithful not to vote for Vladimir Putin when he stands for re-election in March, a nearly unheard of occurrence in the loyal church. The angry statement marked the first time an acting bishop has spoken against supporting the current president, according to the independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta, but it was motivated by Mr Putin's perceived impiety rather than political differences.  Bishop Yevtikhy Kurochkin of the epiphany cathedral in the Siberian city of Ishim wrote on his page on VK, Russia's most popular social network, that he could no longer follow his “desire to vote for Putin” following “blasphemous” remarks by the president. “'If the light that is in you is darkness, how great is your darkness!' are the words of Christ,” Mr Kurochkin wrote. “And will I go against Christ to vote for darkness or advise anyone to do this? No, no and no!” Bishop Yevtikhy Kurochkin The bishop was angered by comments in a state television film about Valaam, an island of monasteries and churches in Lake Ladoga where the president has a holiday home. Mr Putin had argued that the Soviet regime had “adapted” Christian ideas for its communist ideology, including in its mummification of Vladimir Lenin, whose body remains on display on Red Square. “They put Lenin in the mausoleum. How does this differ from the relics of saints for Orthodox believers or Christians in general?” Mr Putin said. “When they tell me no, there is no such tradition in Christianity, how is there not? Go and look in Athens, there are the relics of saints there, and we have the relics of saints here too.” While the Russian Orthodox church has been growing increasingly influential in recent years, it has usually been supportive of the ruling regime. This goes back to a tradition of loyalty in tsarist times, when the official ideology was “Orthodoxy, Autocracy, and Nationality”. Mr Putin submerges himself in an icy lake as part of a popular Orthodox ritual on Thursday Credit: Alexei Druzhinin/AFP Photo/Sputnik Mr Putin has promoted conservative values during his 18 years in power and frequently appears at religious events. On Thursday, he was photographed taking a dip in an icy lake as part of an Orthodox ritual observed by many Russians.  Also on Monday, a court shut down the foundation of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who has sought to challenge Mr Putin for the presidency but was barred from the race. He has called for protests around Russia on Sunday. Mr Navalny has used the foundation to pay campaign workers and organise rallies. The authorities “want to transform our finely tuned electoral machine into a chaos of volunteers” by banning the foundation, Mr Navalny told The Telegraph in an interview last week.  He said his campaign would devise other “partisan methods” to continue its work.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 08:14:25 -0500
  • Alison Brie Talks Allegations Against Brother-In-Law James Franco At SAG Awards news

    Alison Brie addressed the sexual misconduct allegations waged against her brother-in-law James Franco during a red carpet interview at the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards, saying that anyone who “feels victimized should and does have the right to speak out and come forward.”

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 19:44:51 -0500
  • Cable News Chyrons Tell The Bizarre Story Of Trump's First Year In Office news

    Donald Trump has officially completed one full year as president, and holy moly what a year it’s been.

    Sat, 20 Jan 2018 17:18:14 -0500
  • Modi and Bibi Are Brothers in Arms news

    India and Israel won’t let ideology get in the way of booming bilateral trade.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 13:26:53 -0500
  • Rescue Crews in Colorado Save Deer Trapped in Frozen Reservoir news

    The first responders had to cut a path in the ice to get to the deer.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 10:46:36 -0500
  • Germany's SPD wants Merkel to sweeten coalition deal

    By Holger Hansen and Madeline Chambers BERLIN (Reuters) - The leader of Germany's Social Democrats (SPD) said on Monday he wanted to renegotiate key issues agreed in a coalition blueprint with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives after his party narrowly approved the start of formal coalition talks. At an SPD congress where divisions over the proposed alliance were laid bare, 56 percent of delegates voted on Sunday to start formal negotiations on the basis of the blueprint. The SPD leadership tried on Monday to appease critics by demanding that the conservatives make concessions on immigration and healthcare.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 12:36:45 -0500
  • Private Investigators Say Several People Murdered Canadian Billionaire Couple Barry and Honey Sherman news

    The suggestion contradicts earlier theories that their deaths were a result of a murder-suicide

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 01:20:34 -0500
  • Brash ex-Milwaukee sheriff David Clarke faces civil trial news

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Former Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke's run-in with a 25-year-old man who shook his head at him while boarding a flight last year is headed to trial.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 11:19:28 -0500
  • Venezuela condemns EU sanctions against seven officials news

    President Nicolas Maduro's government condemned European Union sanctions against seven Venezuelan officials Monday, accusing the bloc of subservience to the "supremacist and racist" US government. "The European Union once again offers irrefutable proof of its remarkable subordination to the supremacist and racist government of Donald Trump," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 11:53:45 -0500
  • Turpin family latest: Dead dogs and cats found inside couple's abandoned home, reveals former neighbour news

    The parents accused of shackling and torturing their 13 children, left their former home "waist-deep in filth" and strewn with the bodies of dead dogs and cats, a former neighbour has revealed. David and Louise Turpin were arrested at their home in Perris, California when their 17-year-old daughter escaped from a window and called the police. Investigators found a number of the children shackled to beds with chains and padlocks.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 12:36:00 -0500
  • Gleeful Kate McKinnon Unleashes Her Inner Robert Mueller On 'SNL' news

    “Saturday Night Live” chameleon Kate McKinnon pulled off yet another dead-on impression of a Washington personality, this time conjuring up a barely-contained, gleeful Robert Mueller.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 02:18:08 -0500
  • Donald Trump Says Republicans Should Go 'Nuclear' On Federal Budget news

    President Donald Trump suggested Sunday that Republican senators should use their majority to bypass Democrats and pass a long-term budget, effectively ending the government shutdown.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 11:44:25 -0500
  • Judi Dench Was Up For 'Leading Roll' SAG Award, And Twitter Rolled With It news

    A half-baked SAG Awards graphic on Sunday showed that Judi Dench of “Victoria & Abdul” was among the nominees for outstanding female actor in a “leading roll.”

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 11:02:20 -0500
  • Heavy casualties after overnight battle at Kabul hotel news

    Gunmen in army uniforms who stormed Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel late on Saturday and battled Afghan Special Forces through the night killed more than 30 people and wounded many more, although the final toll of dead and wounded may still be higher. Grace Lee reports.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 00:50:15 -0500
  • Russia's Lavrov says 'unilateral actions' by U.S. in Syria made Turkey furious: report

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - "Unilateral actions" by the United States in Iran and Syria have infuriated Turkey, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told Kommersant newspaper in an interview. "Many political scientists are asking why do we care and say that the worst is the best: let the United States prove its inability to find an agreement, (to show) its destructive role in global affairs, let it be in Iran or Syria and where the unilateral actions have already infuriated Turkey," he said.

    Sun, 21 Jan 2018 13:30:27 -0500
  • US approves land exchange for road through Alaska refuge news

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke signed a land trade agreement Monday that could lead to construction of a road through a national wildlife refuge in Alaska, portraying the exchange as a people-versus-wildlife issue.

    Mon, 22 Jan 2018 12:30:37 -0500
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