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Unable To Name A Foreign Leader, Gary Johnson Has Another 'Aleppo Moment'
Asked to name his favorite foreign leader, or any foreign leader he admires, Libertarian nominee for president Gary Johnson was unable to come up... Read more...
16 more women accuse former USA Gymnastics doctor of sexual abuse
In the two weeks since IndyStar reported sexual abuse allegations against former USA Gymnastics team physician Dr. Larry Nassar, 16 more women have... Read more...
Aleppo civilians plead for help as Syria fighting rages
Syrian civilians trapped in the besieged city of Aleppo have made desperate pleas for help, as warplanes pummelled rebel-held areas and deteriorating... Read more...
Canada detains hundreds of children for immigration violations, report finds
Canada regularly detains hundreds of children who have run afoul of the country’s immigration laws – including some who are held in correctional... Read more...
Turkey sacks 28,000 teachers over 'terrorism links'
Turkish authorities have dismissed almost 28,000 teachers and suspended about 9,500 others over alleged links to "terrorism" as part of a crackdown... Read more...
Report finds British troops let Iraqi teenager drown
A judge in the UK has condemned four British troops for the killing of an Iraqi teenager in 2003 in the city of Basra.The soldiers had displayed "a... Read more...
Children of US World War II POWs on emotional Poland visit
A group of children and relatives of U.S. officers who were held in a Nazi German prisoner camp on Polish territory during World War II are on a... Read more...
Raytheon sued by former employee over Afghanistan fraud allegations
A former Raytheon employee has filed a federal lawsuit against the defense giant, alleging the company fired him after he tried to report coworker... Read more...
ISIS second-in-command Muhammad al-Adnani killed in Syria drone strike
Islamic State's second in command Abu Mohammad al-Adnani has been killed in Syria.  He was widely tipped to be the next leader of the terror group... Read more...
IED kills U.S. service member in Helmand province, Afghanistan
An improvised explosive device killed a U.S. service member on patrol Tuesday in Helmand province, Afghanistan, the U.S. military said.Another U.S.... Read more...
SEC charges hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisers with insider trading
Billionaire Leon Cooperman and his Omega Advisors hedge fund were charged Wednesday with insider trading, the Securities and Exchange Commission... Read more...
Deutsche Bank faces new blow as Justice Department demands record $14B
Deutsche Bank faces the prospect of having to tap shareholders for more cash after the U.S. Department of Justice asked Germany’s flagship lender... Read more...
Robots will eliminate 6% of all US jobs by 2021, report says
By 2021, robots will have eliminated 6% of all jobs in the US, starting with customer service representatives and eventually truck and taxi drivers.... Read more...
Donald Trump's other blood sport
His name was Fedor and other men feared him. He had a shaved head, deadpan eyes and construction-worker muscles. He was a Russian army veteran who... Read more...
Macy's is closing another 100 stores
In a sign of how dramatically the retail shopping landscape is changing, Macy's is closing 100 of its stores nationwide.Macy's (M) announced the... 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 15 years I have not met a single individual who,... Read more...
9/11 tapes reveal raw and emotional Hillary Clinton
It was 26 August 2003, almost two years since 9/11, and the sickening plume of smoke that hung over Ground Zero in lower Manhattan had long since... Read more...
U.S. suspicion of Saudi ties to 9/11 outlined in declassified 2002 intelligence report
More than two dozen top secret investigative pages that contributed to the government's official 9/11 report were finally released Friday, following... Read more...
Congress releases long-awaited document on possible Saudi role in 9/11
The House Intelligence Committee has made public most of a long-classified section of a 2002 congressional inquiry into 9/11 attacks that discusses... Read more...
28 pages on alleged Saudi ties to 9/11 to be released as soon as Friday
The long-classified pages detailing alleged ties of the Saudi Arabian government to the 9/11 hijackers will be released by Congress as early as... Read more...
Donald Trump jumps into the gutter
While Hillary Clinton is riding high after the first presidential debate, Donald Trump is jumping down into the gutter.In the wee hours of Friday... Read more...
Wisconsin Is Systematically Failing to Provide the Photo IDs Required to Vote in November
Zack Moore, a 34-year-old African-American man, moved from Chicago to Madison last year. He worked at a car wash and then a landscaping job before... Read more...
How Donald Trump’s Company Violated the United States Embargo Against Cuba
A company controlled by Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for president, secretly conducted business in Communist Cuba during Fidel Castro’s... Read more...
Trump Foundation Not Properly Certified
The Trump Foundation has been dogged with scandals in recent weeks and a new report indicates that the foundation never got the certification it... Read more...
Union launches boycott of Trump companies amid Vegas dispute
Union members are calling on the public to boycott Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's businesses nationwide because he isn't negotiating... Read more...
Congress rejects Obama veto of 9/11 bill; first override of his presidency
The House and Senate voted Wednesday to reject President Obama's veto of legislation allowing lawsuits against foreign sponsors of terrorism — the... Read more...
U.S. House panel slams former NSA contractor Snowden
A U.S congressional intelligence committee on Thursday issued a scathing report accusing former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden of... Read more...
Senator: Investigate Trump Model Agency
Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) is calling on federal authorities to investigate Trump Model Management for alleged labor and immigration violations,... Read more...
The GOP Shut Down a Program That Might Have Prevented Dallas and Baton Rouge
As the right-wing outrage machine would have it, the shootings of police in Dallas and Baton Rouge by U.S. military veterans were the fault of... Read more...
Congresswoman indicted, accused of using charity as 'slush fund'
Rep. Corrine Brown (D-Fla.) and her chief of staff, Elias “Ronnie” Simmons, are being charged with 24 counts of fraud in connection with a fake... Read more...
Ala. Chief Justice Roy Moore Suspended For Rest Of Term Over Gay Marriage Stance
Saying that Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore violated judicial ethics when he ordered judges not to respect the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling... Read more...
More than 100 injured, at least 3 dead after major New Jersey Transit crash
A train smashed into the terminal of the New Jersey Transit Hoboken station Thursday morning, injuring more than 100 people and killing at least... Read more...
SC school shooting: 2 children, 1 teacher wounded; suspect's father dead
Two children and a teacher were shot by a gunman at an elementary school in Townville, South Carolina, an official with Anderson County Emergency... Read more...
Wells Fargo CEO forfeits $41 million as company launches probe
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf will forfeit much of his 2016 salary -- including his bonus and $41 million in stock awards -- as the bank launches a... Read more...
Police Fatally Shoot Black Man In San Diego Suburb, Sparking Protests
An unarmed black man has died after being shot by a police officer in El Cajon in southern California on Tuesday, the local police department said,... Read more...
Duterte cites Hitler, wants to kill millions of addicts
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has appeared to compare himself with Adolf Hitler, saying he would be "happy to slaughter" millions of drug... Read more...
'Massive crisis' as 1.5m expected to flee Iraq's Mosul
In a stifling hot office with more flies than oxygen, Rzgar Abed does not hesitate when asked about the biggest challenge in managing the camp for... Read more...
Two Aleppo hospitals bombed out of service in 'catastrophic' airstrikes
The two largest hospitals in besieged eastern Aleppo have been put out of service in airstrikes overnight and on Wednesday morning, the latest in a... Read more...
We were forced to work at Western-run mine, say migrants who fled Eritrea
Bemnet Negash never got to say a proper goodbye to his family. In February 2006, government officials arrived at his school in the highlands of... Read more...
US slams Russia over 'barbarism' in Syria
The United States called Russia's action in Syria "barbarism" while Moscow's UN envoy said ending the war "is almost an impossible task now" as... Read more...
Alex Baer: The Excellence of Less
It was a complete surprise when I got word from the Trump campaign that I had been chosen to interview its candidate."We hate all the press," I was... Read more...
Alex Baer: Let's Pretend Words Still Have Meaning
When there are no major upheavals on the scene, and things are percolating along on a restful plateau, I doubt we're all paying a high degree of... Read more...
Alex Baer: Stay Calm, We Have a White Flag
Add another quote, maybe, to the lexicon of our self-confusion:  "We have met the enemy, and we went through the looking-glass anyway."This explains... Read more...
Alex Baer: Tales of the Orange Piñata
Another day, another passel of brain cells slaughtered by Reality.Take Trump, for example -- please.  And never give him back, so that we might yet... Read more...
Alex Baer: Crazy Is As Crazy Does
The Big Crazy seems to have settled in for a while.I'd hoped The Big Crazy might move on, spooked, when the six "Mars Mission" crew members were... Read more...
Heroin is now legal in Canada — if you have a prescription
Heroin addicts in Canada don’t have to find their next hit on the street. They can go to their doctor instead.It is now legal for the country’s... Read more...
Researchers develop material for 3D-printing bone
A team of researchers from Northwestern University have developed a 3D-printable ink that produces synthetic bone material, which they hope will ease... Read more...
Drug for spinal muscular atrophy appears effective in mice
A drug designed for patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy was shown in a study with mice to help spinal muscular atrophy, according to new... Read more...
The Unnerving Way Scientists Rationalize Taking Big Soda’s Money
The internet was outraged earlier this month after a new report revealed the sugar industry paid off Harvard research scientists in the 1960s. But at... Read more...
Drug-resistant gonorrhea a growing U.S. threat: CDC
Gonorrhea appears to be developing resistance to the two antibiotics that constitute the last available treatment option for the sexually ... Read more...
Powerful Category 4 Hurricane Matthew Heads For Jamaica And Cuba
Hurricane Matthew strengthened on Friday into the Caribbean’s first major hurricane in four years as it moved towards Jamaica and Cuba with winds... Read more...
Loma Fire continues to grow in Northern California
The wildfire in the mountains near Santa Cruz, Calif. has grown to 4,147 acres and is 34 percent contained, Cal Fire said Thursday.The so-called Loma... Read more...
Tourists trapped on erupting Indonesian volcano
Authorities evacuated more than 1,000 people from Indonesia's Mount Rinjani after a sub-volcano began erupting, but about 250 tourists were left... Read more...
Greenland's receding icecap to expose top-secret US nuclear project
A top-secret US military project from the cold war and the toxic waste it conceals, thought to have been buried forever beneath the Greenland icecap,... Read more...
Study: Earth at Its Warmest in 120,000 Years
A new study paints a picture of an Earth that is warmer than it has been in about 120,000 years, and is locked into eventually hitting its hottest... Read more...
A Plane Just Flew Around The World Without A Single Drop Of Fuel
More than a year after it first took to the skies, a solar-powered plane has completed an epic around-the-world journey without burning a single drop... Read more...
Knife Attack In Japan Leaves At Least 19 Dead, Local Media Report
Nineteen people were feared dead and 45 injured after an attack by a knife-wielding man at a facility for the disabled in Japan early on Tuesday,... Read more...
Nuclear reactor at Indian Point plant in N.Y. shut down again after leak found
One of two reactor units at a nuclear power plant near New York City has been taken offline for the second time in four months after leakage was... Read more...
Portugal runs for four days straight on renewable energy alone
Portugal kept its lights on with renewable energy alone for four consecutive days last week in a clean energy milestone revealed by data analysis of... Read more...
Big Banks Aided Firm At Center Of International Bribery Scandal
No business can operate without bankers — not even the bribery business.British financial giant HSBC and American bailout kingpin Citibank... Read more...
Amman protests: Jordan-Israel natural gas deal in focus
Hundreds of Jordanians have taken part in a demonstration in the centre of Amman in protest against a deal signed this week to import natural gas... Read more...
World Leaders Gather For The Burial Of Former Israeli Leader Shimon Peres
Welcoming Abbas, as participants recorded the encounter on their cellphones, Netanyahu said of his attendance: “It’s something that I appreciate... Read more...
France begins aicraft carrier airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Mosul
French fighter jets on Friday began launching attacks against the Islamic State in Iraq from the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier in the eastern... Read more...
Bulgaria parliament bans full-face veils in public
Bulgaria's parliament has approved a nationwide law banning the wearing of face-covering veils from most public places.The legislation, pushed by the... Read more...
Syria: 'More than 9,000 dead' in year of Russian raids
More than 9,000 people, including nearly 4,000 civilians, have been killed in one year of Russian air raids in Syria, according to a monitoring... Read more...
USA TODAY's Editorial Board: Trump is 'unfit for the presidency'
In the 34-year history of USA TODAY, the Editorial Board has never taken sides in the presidential race. Instead, we’ve expressed opinions about... Read more...
Galifianakis won't have ‘mentally challenged’ Trump on ‘Between Two Ferns’
Actor and "Between Two Ferns" host Zach Galifianakis says he has no plans to bring Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on his hit show. "No.... Read more...
Jordan: Nahed Hattar shot dead ahead of cartoon trial
A gunman has shot dead prominent Jordanian writer Nahed Hattar outside a court where he was facing charges for sharing a cartoon deemed offensive to... Read more...
Yahoo may confirm massive data breach
Internet portal and search firm Yahoo may confirm this week a massive data breach that exposed information about tens of millions of its users,... Read more...
Hannity’s appearance in Trump campaign video wasn’t cleared with Fox
Fox News's Sean Hannity took part in a new promotional video for the Donald Trump campaign without clearing it with the network first, according to... Read more...
Joint Staff general's girlfriend problem grounds career
An Army National Guard general on the Joint Chiefs of Staff has been fired from his job following an extramarital affair, and interviews and records... Read more...
2nd wildfire breaks out on California military base
Another wildfire, possibly sparked by a downed powerline, broke out Wednesday and forced the evacuation of buildings on a large central California... Read more...
Chelsea Manning readies for disciplinary hearing over suicide attempt
Chelsea Manning goes before a three-member disciplinary board of the US army on Thursday charged with interfering with the “good order” of the... Read more...
U.S. tests for mustard agent after rocket attack near Iraq base
The U.S. military is testing to see if a chemical agent may have been used in a rocket attack in Iraq by Islamic State that came within hundreds of... Read more...
Japan court clears way for US Okinawa base relocation
A Japanese court has approved plans to relocate a US military base on the island of Okinawa, in a decision likely to anger locals who want to see... Read more...
Rosetta Spacecraft Safely Lands on Comet
Some space missions go out with a bang, others with a victorious return to Earth, but Rosetta’s final moment was marked simply by radio silence.... Read more...
China's great space telescope to begin search for alien life
China is set to start operating the world's largest single-dish radio telescope, enabling astronomers to probe farther and darker regions of space... Read more...
Stephen Hawking warns against seeking out aliens in new film
“We come in peace” might be the traditional opening gambit for aliens in science fiction, but we should be wary about beaming back a response to... Read more...
Jurassic 'sea monster' fossil emerges in Scotland
A Jurassic sea monster in all its prehistoric glory has finally re-emerged into the light after 50 years cooped up in a museum storage room in... Read more...
Cracking an ice cold case: Nearly 3.2 million years ago, Lucy died. Now we know how.
Talk about cracking a cold case: Nearly 3.2 million years ago, Lucy died. Now we may know how.Lucy, the iconic human cousin whose skeleton was... Read more...
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161 In Iraq, youngest US troops bore the heaviest toll Reggie
162 US troops may stay in Afghanistan until 2024 Reggie
163 $360M lost to insurgents, criminals in Afghanistan Reggie
164 True cost of Afghan, Iraq wars is anyone's guess Reggie
165 Shaming of our spooks: MI6 produced bogus Iraq war evidence under pressure from Downing Street Jesse Richard
166 C.I.A. Is Disputed on Civilian Toll in Drone Strike Reggie
167 168 children killed in drone strikes in Pakistan since start of campaign Reggie
168 The Secret War in 120 Countries Reggie
169 Afghans Who Risked Lives for U.S. Are Left in Dark on Visas Reggie
170 Media censorship of war casualties in the US Reggie
171 British Apache helicopter injures children in Afghanistan Reggie
172 U.S. taxpayer money said to reach Taliban under a $2 billion contract Reggie
173 Thousands of Iraqis wh worked for U.S. face long wait for visas Reggie
174 Panetta echoes Bush: links al-Qaeda presence with Iraq invasion Reggie
175 4 abducted mine sweepers found dead; 3 NATO troops killed in Afghanistan Reggie
176 The Lies That Sold Obama's Escalation in Afghanistan Reggie
177 US expands its drone war to Somalia Reggie
178 Report: Iraq, Afghanistan Wars Cost US Nearly $4 Trillion Reggie
179 Cost of air conditioning for U.S. troops in MidEast more than NASA budget Jesse Richard
180 Ex-MI6 chief altered Iraqi intelligence Jesse Richard

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