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AT&T Agrees to Buy Time Warner for Around $80 Billion
AT&T has agreed to buy Time Warner for more than $80 billion, a person briefed on the matter said on Saturday, a move that would create a new... Read more...
Why is the Ivanka Trump clothing line boycott growing? You are what you wear
Like many women who have watched sexual harassment allegations against Trump unfold, [Shannon] Coulter was reminded of her own experience. “I was... Read more...
Japanese are working themselves to death--literally
Matsuri Takahashi was just 24 years old and the graduate of prestigious Tokyo University when she leaped to her death from her company dormitory on... Read more...
Samsung scraps Galaxy Note 7 over fire concerns
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (005930.KS) scrapped its flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone on Tuesday less than two months after its launch, dealing a... Read more...
The Latest: Harvard economist 'thrilled' by Nobel
Harvard economist Oliver Hart says he's "thrilled" his work has received one of the highest honors of his profession."It's a recognition that your... Read more...
Two Americans killed in attack at Kabul army base
A gunmen in an Afghan army uniform has opened fire on a group of US soldiers, killing at least two Americans including a civilian in Afghanistan's... 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...
Gannett to lay off two percent of workforce
Gannett, the largest U.S newspaper company, is cutting another two percent of its workforce. That cut, which should total about 350 or more positions... 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...
Supreme Court To Decide If Bush-Era Officials Can Be Sued For Post-9/11 Civil Rights Violations
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to decide whether to block a lawsuit against former Attorney General John Ashcroft and others by non-U.S.... 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...
Hispanic crowd boos Marco Rubio off stage
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio got booed off a stage in Orlando on Sunday, by a crowd that was overwhelmingly Latino.It happened at Calle Orange, a street... Read more...
Colin Powell will vote for Clinton
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell announced Tuesday that he will vote for Hillary Clinton, becoming the latest member of the George W. Bush... Read more...
Report accuses Trump super-PAC of agreeing to hide prohibited foreign donations
The main super-PAC supporting Donald Trump's presidential bid faces allegations that it worked with foreign donors to facilitate donations from... Read more...
Curt Schilling joins Breitbart to fight 'progressive, socialist agenda'
The former baseball star Curt Schilling, fired by ESPN for discriminating remarks about transgender people, will host an online radio show for the... Read more...
Feds step in to defend Clinton in Benghazi email suit
The U.S. government has taken over part of Hillary Clinton’s defense in a civil lawsuit contending that her use of a private email server caused a... Read more...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren blasts a new target
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., sent a letter Friday to President Obama, urging him to replace Mary Jo White as chair of the Securities and Exchange... 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...
Judge blocks Obama contracting rules that disclose labor and safety violations
Another day, another Obama administration regulation blocked nationwide by a federal court in Texas.A federal judge in Beaumont issued an order... Read more...
Giants release Josh Brown following months-long domestic violence saga
More than three months after Josh Brown's domestic violence history became public, the Giants cut ties with their embattled kicker.Big Blue announced... Read more...
1960s pop music icon Bobby Vee dies at 73
Pop music legend Bobby Vee — an icon for music fans around the world — died early Monday morning of complications of Alzheimer's disease. He was... Read more...
Tom Hayden, American New Left stalwart, dies at 76
Tom Hayden, a social activist and politician a stalwart of America's New Left, has died aged 76 in Santa Monica, California.Hayden, who served 18... Read more...
At least 11 dead after tour bus, truck crash in Calif.
At least 11 people were killed Sunday when a tour bus and a truck collided on Interstate 10 near this resort city 100 miles east of Los... Read more...
Human Rights Abuses Escalate at DAPL Prayer Services in North Dakota
The photo Winona LaDuke references is stunning because of the brutality it conveys. A 19- year-old Arapaho girl is lying in the mud under a prayer... Read more...
Appellate Court Reinstates Abu Ghraib Torture Lawsuit Against Private Military Contractor
Today, a panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated a lawsuit against private military contractor CACI Premier Technology, Inc. (CACI)... Read more...
South Africa to quit International Criminal Court
South Africa is pulling out of the International Criminal Court (ICC) because its obligations are inconsistent with laws giving sitting leaders... Read more...
United Kingdom to pardon thousands of men convicted under anti-gay laws
Thousands of gay and bisexual men convicted decades ago under a law that criminalized same-sex relationships will be pardoned, the British government... Read more...
Head Of Police Chiefs Group Apologizes For 'Historical Mistreatment' Of Minorities
The head of the largest association of police chiefs in the U.S. has issued a formal apology on the group's behalf for "historical mistreatment of... Read more...
Bob Alexander: Quién es Más Loco? … Or … Say Goodnight Gracie Part IV
After watching the third and final debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton I agree with you … we should vote for Clinton on election day.... Read more...
Bob Alexander: Say Goodnight Gracie Part III
It appears that unless the Universe has a couple of extra tricks up its sleeve, we're witnessing the last days of presidential hopeful, Fucko the... Read more...
Bob Alexander: Say Goodnight Gracie Part II
Last month looking South I saw another bad day brewing. Not surprising. It was preceded by a bad week, month, year, decade … fifteen years to be... 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...
Youth football players show brain changes after just one season
When it comes to head impact in youth football, it is not just concussion that affects the brain. In a new study, researchers identified white matter... Read more...
Americans overwhelmingly support abortion rights
Political candidates, consultants and the media generally misunderstand the politics of abortion rights. They tend to believe either that most voters... Read more...
St. Jude warns of heart-device battery issue linked to two deaths
St. Jude Medical Inc warned on Tuesday that some of its implanted heart devices were at risk of premature battery depletion, a condition it said had... Read more...
France to open first safe-injection room for drug addicts
France will open its first safe-injection room for drug addicts despite years of efforts by conservatives to block the plan.The room, located in... Read more...
EpiPen maker Mylan to pay $465M to settle claims it overbilled Medicaid
Embattled pharmaceutical company Mylan agreed Friday to pay nearly a half-billion dollars to settle claims that it has overbilled Medicaid for its... Read more...
6.6-magnitude quake hits Japan; little damage reported
A suspected 6.2-magnitude earthquake shook western Japan's Tottori prefecture Friday afternoon, causing some injuries and property damage, the Japan... Read more...
Atchison, Kan., residents urged to shelter in place after chemical spill
A spill at the MGP Ingredients Inc. chemical plant in the Kansas city of Atchison has led officials to recommend residents shelter in place on... Read more...
Super Typhoon Haima hits Philippines as equivalent of Category 4 hurrricane
Super Typhoon Haima hit the northeast Philippines on Wednesday, bringing gusts of nearly 200 mph -- days after Typhoon Sarika killed three people in... Read more...
To The Surprise Of No One, NASA Predicts 2016 Will Be The Hottest Year On Record
  Following the news of yet another “warmest month ever,” NASA has basically called it: This year will be the hottest since record-keeping began... Read more...
Exxon Chooses War in New York’s Probe of Climate Change Research
ExxonMobil Corp. has finally made its move to block a New York state investigation into whether the oil giant covered up its knowledge about climate... 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...
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...
U.S. Oil Industry Giant Paid Millions To A Company At The Center Of Huge Corruption Scandal
The American engineering and construction firm KBR hired Unaoil — an obscure Monaco-based company now involved in a massive international bribery... Read more...
Quetta attack: LeJ kills 60 in Pakistan police academy
At least 60 people have been killed in an attack on a police training centre in the city of Quetta in Balochistan province, Pakistani officials... Read more...
Four killed in accident on river rapids ride at popular Australia theme park
Four people were killed on Tuesday in an accident at a popular theme park on Australia's east coast, officials said.Two men and two women died while... Read more...
Somali pirates release 26 hostages held for 5 years
Twenty-six hostages taken nearly five years ago by Somali pirates have been freed, officials said.The release came about after negotiations with the... Read more...
174 inmates break out of Haitian prison, kill guard
More than 170 prisoners have escaped from a prison in Haiti after launching an attack on guards with stolen weapons. One guard was killed in the... Read more...
Turkey fires at ISIL positions near Mosul
Turkey has confirmed its troops have fired at positions held by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant in a town near Mosul after receiving a... Read more...
New York Times refuses Trump lawyers' demand to retract story about two of his accusers
The New York Times Thursday refused a request from lawyers for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to retract a story in which two women... Read more...
Comcast fined $2.3 million by FCC for “negative option billing” practices
The FCC announced a $2.3 million fine against Comcast on Tuesday after confirming that the company had been billing customers for products and... Read more...
Photojournalist Jeroen Oerlemans Killed by ISIS Sniper
Jeroen Oerlemans, a Dutch photojournalist, was killed Sunday when he took fire from an ISIS sniper in Libya, a government spokesman said. Oerlemans,... Read more...
Lawyer says 3 Egyptian Journalists arrested were tortured
The lawyer for three Egyptian journalists who were arrested while conducting street interviews says they were beaten and tazered by security officers... 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...
California Guard vets told to repay millions in enlistment bonuses
Ten years after the Pentagon enticed soldiers to reenlist by offering hefty bonuses, officials are demanding thousands of those veterans pay the... Read more...
Dozens of Afghans Missing From U.S. Military Training
Forty-four Afghan troops visiting the United States for military training have gone missing in less than two years, presumably in an effort to live... 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...
European spacecraft goes silent minute before difficult Mars landing
The “Mars Curse” may have claimed another victim.Europe’s Schiaparelli lander, scheduled to settle into the Martian dust at 10:48 am ET... Read more...
Scientists discover physical source of depression
An international research team says they have identified the physical source of depression in the brain in a new study.Investigators traced... Read more...
The ExoMars Spacecraft Approaches the Red Planet
The European-Russian ExoMars spacecraft will release a lander onSunday. Both spacecraft and lander will arrive at Mars on Wednesday. The ExoMars... Read more...
The Universe has two trillion more galaxies than astronomers thought
There are a dizzying two trillion galaxies in the Universe, up to 20 times more than previously thought, astronomers reported on Thursday.The... Read more...
Three scientists share Nobel Prize in physics
Three scientists, David Thouless, and the team of F. Duncan M. Haldane and J. Michael Kosterlitz, won the 2016 Nobel Prize in physics, the... Read more...
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61 The Worst Mistake in U.S. History -- America Will Never Recover from Bush's Great Foreign Policy Disaster Reggie
62 Too much money spent in Iraq for too few results Reggie
63 NATO says its troops shot dead two Afghan boys Reggie
64 Most charges dismissed against ex-Blackwater execs Reggie
65 The lonely soldier and the moral scars of war Reggie
66 John Brennan and the truth about drones Reggie
67 Afghan Children Deaths: Hundreds Killed By U.S. In Last Five Years, UN 'Alarmed' By Civilian Casualties Reggie
68 Support grows for U.S. "drone court" to review lethal strikes Reggie
69 Afghan corruption, opium, and the strange case of Kam Air Reggie
70 Justice Department memo reveals legal case for drone strikes on Americans Reggie
71 The Fake Catch-22 of Drone-War Apologists Reggie
72 US Ramps Up Pakistan Drone Strikes Reggie
73 When U.S. drones kill civilians, Yemen’s government tries to conceal it Reggie
74 Afghanistan Teenagers Detained By U.S. Military Reggie
75 U.S. reducing plans for large civilian force in post-2014 Afghanistan Reggie
76 Taliban fighters, suicide bombers attack U.S.-Afghan base Reggie
77 U.S. Election Speeded Move to Codify Policy on Drones Reggie
78 Dronestagram – the website exposing the US's secret drone war Reggie
79 Soldiers win $85m compensation from Iraq war contractor Reggie
80 Plan for hunting terrorists signals U.S. intends to keep adding names to kill lists Reggie

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