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Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Adm. Michael Mullen is warning that tensions with North Korea could easily get "out of control," and blames President... [Read More]
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Authorities were investigating violence, including the death of a woman who was rammed by a car, following what is believed to have been the largest... [Read More]
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The Pentagon says it has not received any orders from the White House concerning such action. Trump has criticized President Nicolas Maduro's moves to consolidate... [Read More]
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The neighbors have been in a weekslong dispute over Chinese road construction in the disputed region of Doklam. The plateau is claimed both by China... [Read More]
The sections of plastic pipe, 8 feet wide and up to a third of a mile long, were separated from an ocean-going tow after a... [Read More]
Massive sections of plastic undersea pipe — one measuring nearly a third-of-a-mile long – have washed up on British beaches along the Norfolk... [Read More]
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The computer attack comes a day after armed men stormed an army base in Valencia. One site was defaced with a video of Charlie Chaplin's... [Read More]
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The invasive species have been caught mere miles from Lake Michigan. Scientists fear if they invade the lake, they could spread throughout the Great Lakes. [Read More]
Three Boy Scouts have died after a sailboat they were aboard struck a low-hanging power line on a lake east of Dallas, Texas, over the... [Read More]
Three Boy Scouts have died after a sailboat they were aboard struck a low-hanging power line on a lake east of Dallas, Texas, over the... [Read More]
KA Designs introduced a "new" swastika, promising to reclaim the ancient symbol from the stigma of Nazi Germany. Not surprisingly, it didn't work. [Read More]
Nicholas Slatten was convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of 14 Iraqi civilians and sentenced to life in prison. The court also ordered three... [Read More]
Nicholas Slatten was convicted of first-degree murder in the killing of 14 Iraqi civilians and sentenced to life in prison. The court also ordered three... [Read More]
A team test flying a Boeing 787-800 over North America decided to have some fun with their flight path. So over an 18-hour period, they... [Read More]
The number of estimated jobs last month topped expectations of most economists. Average hourly wages rose by 9 cents. [Read More]
The U.S. economy created an estimated 209,000 jobs in July, representing a modest slow-down from the previous month but coming in better than many economists... [Read More]
It's the second time in two years that the 1,100-foot structure — one of the world's tallest residential skyscrapers — experienced a major fire. [Read More]
The state's governor and U.S. senators were among those who took umbrage at President Trump's remarks, contained in a transcript of a phone conversation Trump... [Read More]
Scientists in Switzerland used mobile street lamps to light up patches of cabbage thistle. They found that nocturnal pollinators, such as beetles and flies, mostly... [Read More]
Germany says an asylum-seeker who vanished in Berlin and turned up in Vietnam was snatched by Vietnamese agents. Vietnam says the man turned himself in.... [Read More]
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