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Meet Marit Bjoergen, now the most decorated female athlete in Winter Olympics history
The most decorated woman in Winter Olympics history makes no secret why she competes: “I am here to take medals,” Norwegian Marit Bjoergen said... Read more...
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EPA’s Pruitt Suggests Global Warming May Not Be A ‘Bad Thing’ For Humans
Scott Pruitt, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, alluded earlier this week that global warming may be beneficial to humans,... Read more...
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Bermuda becomes first national territory in world to repeal same-sex marriage
Legislation replacing same-sex marriage with domestic partnerships in Bermuda was signed into law by the governor Wednesday as critics called it an... Read more...
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Carter Page Touted Kremlin Contacts in 2013 Letter
Former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page bragged that he was an adviser to the Kremlin in a letter obtained by TIME that raises new questions about... Read more...
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New GOP Education Bill a ‘Wish List’ for Campus Conservatives
Religious colleges would be able to bar openly same-sex relationships without fear of repercussions.Religious student groups could block people who... Read more...
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Civilian victims of Afghan war exceed 10,000 in 2017
Afghanistan suffered more than 10,000 civilian casualties in 2017, as deadly suicide and complex attacks killed and injured more people than any ... Read more...
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Deadly mosque blast hits Libya's Benghazi
At least two people have been killed and more than 50 wounded in a bombing at a mosque in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi, according to medical... Read more...
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U.S. service member killed, four wounded in Afghanistan
One U.S. service member was killed and four others wounded during a “combat engagement” in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar, the U.S ... Read more...
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UNICEF: Children suffer at shocking scale in conflicts
Children in conflict zones around the world suffered "at a shocking scale" in 2017 as they became front line targets; used as human shields,... Read more...
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US officials say lethal weapons headed to Ukraine
Ukraine will soon have more lethal American-made weapons to help it fight Russian-backed separatists. U.S. officials said Friday that the Trump... Read more...
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Dow Jones plunges 1,000 points as inflation fears spook investors
Wall Street was on Thursday heading for its toughest week in more than two years after fears of higher interest rates led to a fresh plunge in New... Read more...
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U.S. Stocks Plummet, Erasing Gains for the Year
U.S. stocks plunged, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average down almost 1,600 points, as major averages erased gains for the year. Treasuries... Read more...
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Dow plummets 665 points, capping worst week in 2 years
U.S. stocks fell sharply on Friday after a stronger-than-expected jobs report sent interest rates higher. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped... Read more...
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Bombardier Gets Surprise Win After U.S. Rebuffs Boeing Trade Case
Bombardier Inc. can start shipping C Series jets to Delta Air Lines Inc. as scheduled after a surprise ruling by a U.S. trade tribunal that said the... Read more...
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Trump's slap at 'fake' media draws boos, hisses from Davos crowd
President Trump's swipe at the "fake" news media Friday at the World Economic Forum prompted some hissing and booing from the audience. During a... Read more...
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13 Russians Indicted For Allegedly Interfering in Elections
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office said Friday that a grand jury indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities for alleged ... Read more...
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John Kelly orders changes to the White House security clearance process
White House chief of staff John Kelly has ordered sweeping changes to the White House's security clearance process, in light of circumstances ... Read more...
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EPA changes its story on Pruitt's first-class travel
EPA on Wednesday retracted its claim that Administrator Scott Pruitt has received a “blanket waiver” to fly first class whenever he travels,... Read more...
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Fired Official Was Exploring Resolution to 9/11 Case Precluding Death Penalty
Before his sudden firing last week, the Pentagon official who oversaw military commission trials at Guantánamo Bay was exploring potential plea... Read more...
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Trump Appears to Suggest Rob Porter Was ‘Falsely Accused’
President Trump took to Twitter on Saturday to offer a brief rant about unspecified “allegations,” apparently in response to domestic violence ... Read more...
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Trump-Russia inquiry: lawyer who worked with Manafort pleads guilty to lying to FBI
Prosecutors investigating possible collusion between the Trump election campaign and the Kremlin scored another victory on Tuesday after a lawyer... Read more...
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Donald Trump Directs Justice Department To Take Steps To Ban Bump Stocks
President Donald Trump announced he has ordered Attorney General Jeff Sessions to take steps to ban bump stocks, the type of gun modification that... Read more...
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Trump denies accusations of forcibly kissing woman in 2006
President Trump on Tuesday denied claims made by a woman who says he forcibly kissed her in Trump Tower a decade ago. In a tweet, the president... Read more...
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Trump’s rebuke of McMaster was months in the making
For a few weeks in late November, as speculation over whether President Donald Trump would fire his secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, reached a... Read more...
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Mueller Charges Ex-Skadden Lawyer With Lying in Russia Inquiry
An attorney who worked for a prominent law firm was charged with making false statements to federal authorities as part of Special Counsel Robert... Read more...
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Senate defeats Trump’s immigration plan
The Senate defeated a GOP proposal based on President Donald Trump's immigration framework. The plan would have offered a path to citizenship for ... Read more...
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House panel launches investigation of Rob Porter's security clearance
The House Oversight Committee launched an investigation into the security clearance for former White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter on Wednesday,... Read more...
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Top intelligence chief: U.S. elections 'under attack' from Russia
U.S. intelligence leaders warned a Senate committee Tuesday that Russia will continue to try and influence elections in the United States this... Read more...
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Lawmakers want casino probe from Interior watchdog
Connecticut lawmakers are asking the Interior Department’s inspector general to launch an investigation into why a pair of Indian tribes are... Read more...
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From Fallujah to FBI investigation: The undoing of Duncan Hunter
The criminal investigation into Rep. Duncan Hunter is intensifying as a grand jury in San Diego questions multiple former aides about whether the... Read more...
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Florida legislators won't hear assault rifle ban bill, want officers in school
A Florida Senate committee has endorsed a proposal to put law enforcement officers in every school in the state. Only slightly more than half of... Read more...
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New Pennsylvania map gives Democrats big boost in midterms
Democrats’ hopes of winning the House this fall got a boost Monday with the release of a new congressional-district map in Pennsylvania that... Read more...
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Case of alleged rape by New York officers calls police loophole into question
The 18-year-old woman was driving with two friends near Coney Island in September when the two plainclothes detectives pulled her over and found... Read more...
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Students protest gun violence outside of the White House
Washington, D.C., area students on Monday staged protests against gun violence outside of the White House just days after 17 people were killed in... Read more...
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Florida shooting survivors announce national march against gun violence
Five survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida announced plans on Sunday for a nationwide march, as well as a... Read more...
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Second Judge Blocks Trump Decision To End Deportation Relief For Dreamers
A second federal judge has blocked President Donald Trump’s decision to cancel the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, dealing ... Read more...
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Justice Minister: Israel must safeguard Jewish majority
Israel must safeguard a Jewish majority even at the expense of human rights, the country's justice minister has said, in a speech defending a bill... Read more...
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Trump’s Education Dept Will Reject Transgender Students’ Bathroom Complaints
The Education Department has told BuzzFeed News it won't investigate or take action on any complaints filed by transgender students who are banned... Read more...
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Trump words hurt fight against human trafficking
The U.S. government’s efforts to fight human trafficking are stronger than ever, according to the Justice Department. But those working with... Read more...
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Israelis protesting pending deportation of African migrants
A government plan to deport tens of thousands of African migrants has sparked an unexpected backlash from liberal Israelis and their American ... Read more...
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Fusion GPS: The Republicans' Fake Investigations
A generation ago, Republicans sought to protect President Richard Nixon by urging the Senate Watergate committee to look at supposed wrongdoing by... Read more...
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NY Daily News: Donald Trump is a madman
After his latest spasm of deranged tweets, only those completely under his spell can deny what growing numbers of Americans have long suspected:... Read more...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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Florida shooting reopens CDC gun research debate
A mass shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 people dead has reopened a debate in Congress about loosening long-standing restrictions... Read more...
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New blood, urine tests can determine autism in children
British researchers believe they have developed the first blood and urine tests that can confirm autism spectrum disorders in children. One in in 68... Read more...
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Flu gone in a day? Japanese maker touts new drug
A single-dose pill that can halt the flu virus within a day. That's what Japanese drug maker Shionogi claims its new flu treatment can do, the Wall... Read more...
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Koch-backed group fights paid sick leave laws as flu sweeps US
This week marks 25 years since Bill Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act, which gives US workers the right to unpaid time off to care for... Read more...
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ACA enrollment reaches 11.8 million for 2018
A total of 11.8 million people signed up for health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act for 2018, according to a health care research... Read more...
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Trump’s Climate-Denying Coal Lobbyist Nominee Inches Closer To EPA’s No. 2 Job
Andrew Wheeler, President Donald Trump’s nominee to be Environmental Protection Agency deputy administrator, appeared poised and polished at his... Read more...
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Migrant boat capsizes leaving Lybia; 90 feared dead
At least 90 people are feared drowned off the coast of Libya after a smuggler’s migrant boat capsized, the UN’s migration agency has said. Ten... Read more...
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Saudi-led coalition killed 68 children in Yemen: UN
The Saudi-led coalition that is fighting Houthi rebels in Yemen is responsible for the deaths of scores of children since last summer, a United... Read more...
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Arctic lakes are emitting young carbon
For now, the most ancient carbon remains locked up and frozen deep in the Arctic tundra. The latest investigation of the Arctic's carbon cycle... Read more...
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Paris on high alert as river Seine continues to rise
Paris remains on high alert as the swollen river Seine continues to rise, with forecasters saying water levels could stay high next week, ... Read more...
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Watchdog: Texas company illegally charged Energy Dept. $2.5 million in expenses
A government watchdog has found that a Texas energy company likely charged the Department of Energy $2.5 million in extraneous expenditures ... Read more...
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Emergency official: 5 missing after Oklahoma rig explosion
Five people are missing after a fiery explosion ripped through an eastern Oklahoma drilling rig Monday morning, sending plumes of black smoke into... Read more...
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Energy agency rejects Trump bid to boost coal, nuclear power
An independent energy agency on Monday rejected a Trump administration plan to bolster coal-fired and nuclear power plants, dealing a blow to... Read more...
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On its hundredth birthday in 1959, Edward Teller warned the oil industry about global warming
It was a typical November day in New York City. The year: 1959. Robert Dunlop, 50 years old and photographed later as clean-shaven, hair carefully... Read more...
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Trump Rolls Back Offshore Safety Rules Born From BP Oil Spill
The Trump administration is rolling back offshore drilling rules put in place after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster killed 11 workers and ... Read more...
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Key EU banker accused of bribery, Russia ties
Latvia's top banking official explained the "rules of the game" for successful banking in the small European country. His sidekick sat the owner of... Read more...
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War monitor: 35 dead in Eastern Ghouta in last 24 hours
At least 35 civilians have been killed near Damascus in less than 24 hours in heavy bombardment by Syrian government forces as they prepare a... Read more...
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Iranian Passenger Plane Crashes Into Mountains, Killing 65
An Iranian commercial airplane brought back into service only months ago after being grounded for seven years crashed Sunday in a foggy, ... Read more...
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Netanyahu-linked officials arrested over corruption
Israeli police have arrested several senior executives from Bezeq, the country's biggest telecommunications company, as part of a probe... Read more...
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25 In a world first, Switzerland deems it illegal to boil a lobster
When it comes to cooking fresh lobster, the Swiss are now saying: We feel your pain. A law goes into effect March 1 that bans the common cooking... Read more...
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Turkey: Six journalists given life sentences over coup
A Turkish court has sentenced six journalists to life in prison in relation to a failed coup attempt in 2016, state media reported. The six... Read more...
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Reuters: Journalists held for probing Rohingya massacre
Two Reuters news agency journalists held for two months by Myanmar authorities were arrested over their investigation of a massacre of 10 Rohingya... Read more...
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Newsweek’s Top Editor And Staffers Suddenly Fired
Newsweek Media Group on Monday fired multiple staffers from the publications it oversees. Those fired include Newsweek Editor-in-Chief Bob Roe,... Read more...
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Female journalists kept at back of Pence’s visit to Western Wall
A spiritual visit by the US vice-president, Mike Pence, to Jerusalem’s Western Wall has been overshadowed after female journalists were forced to... Read more...
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Veteran U.S. diplomat Richardson to work for Reuters reporters release
Former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson said on Monday he would work toward securing the release of two Reuters journalists arrested in Myanmar... Read more...
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U.S. Navy sends two missile-guided Destroyers to Black Sea
The U.S. Navy announced last week that it will increase its presence in the Black Sea with two guided-missile Destroyers to conduct maritime... Read more...
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Pentagon's 'deploy-or-be-removed' policy takes effect
The Pentagon on Friday released new policy guidance on retention of non-deployable service members, which could result in nearly 300,000 soldiers... Read more...
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Donald Trump orders Pentagon to plan grand military parade
Donald Trump has ordered the Pentagon to plan a military parade that would see soldiers marching and tanks rolling down the streets of Washington,... Read more...
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U.S. soldier found dead near German train station
United States and German authorities are investigating the death of an American soldier whose body was found near a train station in Bavaria, the... Read more...
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Massive Pentagon agency lost track of hundreds of millions of dollars
One of the Pentagon’s largest agencies can't account for hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of spending, a leading accounting firm says in... Read more...
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95 new exoplanets discovered during NASA's K2 mission
Scientists have confirmed 95 additional exoplanets outside the solar system based on analysis of NASA's K2 mission data. Since the first planet... Read more...
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Scientists find method of measuring effects of a fourth dimension
Two teams of scientists have measured the effects of a fourth dimension in a pair of lab experiments. Scientists didn't discover an extra... Read more...
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'Oumuamua has been tumbling about the universe for a billion years
The first intergalactic object observed by scientists, a massive orb named 'Oumuamua, has been tumbling about the universe for at least a billion... Read more...
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Scientists find method of measuring effects of a fourth dimension
Two teams of scientists have measured the effects of a fourth dimension in a pair of lab experiments. Scientists didn't discover an extra... Read more...
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Scientists discover 11th Archaeopteryx fossil, the oldest yet
Paleontologists have discovered an 11th Archaeopteryx fossil. The 150-million-year-old dinosaur bones are the oldest yet to be attributed to the... 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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