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End of California nuclear era: Last plant to close by 2025
California's last nuclear power plant will close by 2025 under an accord announced Tuesday, ending three decades of safety debates that helped fuel... Read more...
US Senators kill gun control measures
Senators voted on four measures -- two Democratic and two Republican -- that would have set new rules on background checks and put new controls in... Read more...
Southern California wildfire grows to 1,700 acres, evacuations under way
Residents and visitors near Las Padres National Forest were evacuated Thursday as a wildfire continues to ravage thousands of acres near Santa... Read more...
Shots Fired at Dallas Love Field
According to eyewitness reports, a security incident has taken place at Dallas Love Field airport.There were reports of shots fired early Friday... Read more...
How powerful is the Bilderberg group?
It's one of the most secretive and powerful organisations you've probably never heard of.The Bilderberg group is hosting some of the world's top... Read more...
Dozens of U.S. diplomats urge military strikes against Syria's Assad
More than 50 State Department diplomats have signed an internal memo critical of U.S. policy in Syria, calling for military strikes against President... Read more...
June 6, 1944: Remembering D-Day: then and now
Seventy-two years ago, on June 6, 1944, Allied troops waded ashore on the beaches of Normandy to liberate Nazi-occupied Europe. The night before, on... Read more...
Documents Show Pentagon Whitewash of U.S. Killing and Mutilation of Afghan Family in 2010
More than six years after a notorious night raid gone wrong by U.S. Special Operations Forces in Afghanistan, Pentagon documents shed new light on... Read more...
Family of driver killed in US strike on Taliban leader file criminal case
The family of a taxi driver who was killed in a drone strike while driving the leader of the Afghan Taliban across Pakistan have lodged a criminal... Read more...
Pentagon: U.S. troops sent to Yemen in al-Qaida battle
A "small number" of U.S. troops were deployed to support Arab forces in Yemen, the Pentagon announced Friday.Navy Capt. Jeff Davis said the troops... Read more...
A third of cash is owned by 5 U.S. companies
The rising cash holdings of U.S. corporations is increasingly in the hands of a few U.S. companies, with just five tech firms having grabbed a third... Read more...
Poll: Two-thirds of U.S. would struggle to cover $1,000 crisis
Two-thirds of Americans would have difficulty coming up with the money to cover a $1,000 emergency, according to an exclusive poll released... Read more...
America's top CEOs pocket 355 times more than average workers
The US’s top 500 chief executive officers earned 355 times the average worker’s wage last year, taking home $12.4m on average, according to a... Read more...
U.S. banks help their best customers find their way to offshore accounts
In the spring of 2015, Miami-based Citigroup banker Victor Olivo emailed the law firm at the heart of the Panama Papers scandal. He had a wealthy... Read more...
Best-paid U.S. hedge fund managers take home $13 billion
Hedge funds lost money for their investors last year but the industry's top-paid managers had a banner year, with five men earning more than $1... Read more...
George Will leaves GOP: 'This is not my party'
At a Federalist Society lunch in Washington yesterday, conservative columnist and TV commentator George Will announced that he changed his Maryland... Read more...
Secret 9/11 Report’s Publication To Absolve Saudi Arabia: CIA Chief
CIA chief John Brennan said on Sunday he expects 28 classified pages of a U.S. congressional report into the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the United... Read more...
Inside a Senator’s Crusade to Release the Missing 28 Pages of the 9/11 Report
Former Florida senator Bob Graham caused a stir when he used the term “aggressive deception” to describe the FBI’s treatment of 28 pages from a... Read more...
Declassified documents detail 9/11 commission's inquiry into Saudi Arabia
Investigators for the 9/11 commission would later describe the scene in Saudi Arabia as chilling.They took seats in front of a former Saudi diplomat... Read more...
The FBI Is Keeping 80,000 Secret Files on the Saudis and 9/11
The Obama administration may soon release 28 classified pages from a congressional investigation that allegedly links Saudis in the United States to... Read more...
Guardian journalists denied entry into Donald Trump UK event
The Guardian appeared on Saturday to have been barred by Donald Trump’s presidential campaign after a spat the previous day, when the presumptive... Read more...
Ivanka Trump sued over shoe design
While GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump has been involved in at least 3,500 court actions, his daughter, Ivanka, is a legal target in a new... Read more...
National security adviser under 2 GOP presidents endorsed Hillary Clinton
Brent Scowcroft, national security adviser under Republican presidents Gerald Ford and George H.W. Bush, endorsed Hillary Clinton for president on... Read more...
Labor Department investigating Trump's Old Post Office project
The Labor Department is investigating whether workers on Donald Trump’s renovation of Washington, D.C.’s Old Post Office are being paid less than... Read more...
Trump’s Economic Plan Would Be a Disaster for the US Economy: Moody’s
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump appears to be in the midst of a major campaign shakeup, but according to a recent analysis... Read more...
House Democrats end gun-vote sit-in
Democrats ended their sit-in on the House floor at around 1 p.m. Thursday afternoon, after more than 24 hours of stalling proceedings to call for... Read more...
GOP fails to stop Democrats' gun protest sit-in on House floor
The Republicans tried to shut it down, but the Democrats' nearly day-long sit-in protesting the lack of action on gun control was still going... Read more...
Democrats Stage Sit-In On House Floor Over Gun Bills
“Sometimes you have to do something out of the ordinary. Sometimes you have to make a way out of no way. We’ve been quiet for too long,” Lewis... Read more...
Rep. Chaka Fattah found guilty on corruption charges
Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-Pa.) on Tuesday was found guilty of all charges in a federal corruption trial.Fattah and four associates had been charged with... Read more...
Democratic filibuster ends with Republican agreement on gun-control vote
Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy ended a nearly 15-hour filibuster early Thursday, saying Republican leaders have agreed to vote on expanded background... Read more...
Highlights From New York’s Gay Pride Parade
Hillary Clinton joined New York City's annual gay pride parade Sunday afternoon, making a surprise appearance alongside Mayor Bill de Blasio, Gov.... Read more...
Multiple people stabbed at Sacramento white nationalist rally
Multiple people were stabbed and beaten in a brutal clash between white nationalists and counter-protesters just outside the California capitol... Read more...
Hawaii becomes first state to enact federal gun-owner database
Hawaii became the first state Friday to enact a law to place gun owners into a centralized information system.Hawaii Governor David Ige signed a... Read more...
Indiana University frat house rapist avoids prison, sentenced instead to one-year probation
A former Indiana University student will only serve one year’s probation after pleading guilty in two rape cases.John Enochs, from suburban... Read more...
2 dead, several injured in Texas dance studio shooting
Police on Saturday were investigating a shooting at a non-profit dance studio in Fort Worth that left two people dead and several injured, media... Read more...
Israel's water cuts: West Bank 'in full crisis mode'
Salfit sits atop an underground wealth of water, but the city's residents are forbidden from accessing it - and they are now in crisis, as Israel's... Read more...
Execution of eight Arkansas inmates can go ahead, supreme court rules
Arkansas can execute eight death-row inmates, a split state supreme court ruled on Thursday in upholding a state law that keeps information about its... Read more...
Uncovered: Dark New CIA Torture Claims
The CIA said it would only torture detainees to psychologically break them, according to a previously-unreported passage from a 2007 Justice... Read more...
San Diego sex trafficking industry worth $800m annually, federal report finds
A federal report on sex trafficking in San Diego has revealed a vast underground industry worth more than $800m annually, eight times higher than... Read more...
First Man Convicted Of Sexual Violence In War By Global Court Gets 18 Years
Congolese politician Jean-Pierre Bemba was sentenced to 18 years in prison by the International Criminal Court on Tuesday for heading a 2002-03... Read more...
Bob Alexander: We Will Never Get What We Want or … The House Always Wins
The saying, What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas is the condensed version of:Every year people go to Las Vegas, and the billions of dollars they lose... Read more...
Bob Alexander: What's the Signpost Up Ahead?
For anyone driving through the American countryside before 1963 there was a good chance they'd see a series of six signs spaced along the side of the... Read more...
Access to Assault-Style Weapons Is an Assault on the Neighborhoods of America
Shock. Sadness. Grief for the families and victims. These are my first reactions to reports of yet another mass shooting in the US. My second... Read more...
How Israel Lost Its Latest Chance for a Peace Process
Last Friday, after weeks of political maneuvering, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed Avigdor Lieberman to be his defense minister.... Read more...
Bob Alexander: Symptomatic Nerve Gas
One of the low-key lunatics who skulked around the Seattle's University District would set up shop on the corner of 47th and Brooklyn near the... Read more...
One-third of hospitals in poor countries have no running water, researchers say
Running water is essential to providing basic healthcare, but in developing countries where the population lives without running water, doctors must... Read more...
Americans spending billions on alternative medicine
Americans spend a good chunk of their healthcare dollars on alternative medicine, such as acupuncture, yoga, chiropractic care and natural... Read more...
Philadelphia Becomes First Major City To Tax Soda
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney scored a victory that eluded more than 40 U.S. public officials who took on the powerful U.S. soda industry when the... Read more...
Can coffee cause cancer? Only if it's very hot, says WHO agency
There is no conclusive evidence that drinking coffee causes cancer, the World Health Organization's cancer agency said on Wednesday in a reverse of... Read more...
California to ask feds to allow undocumented immigrants to use Obamacare
California could become the first state to ask the federal government to let undocumented immigrants buy insurance under the Affordable Care Act,... Read more...
Study Links 6.5 Million Deaths Each Year to Air Pollution
A sobering report released on Monday by the International Energy Agency says air pollution has become a major public health crisis leading to around... Read more...
In West Virginia, a flood that will go down in history
West Virginia communities have been devastated by floods that killed at least 24 people and rendered many more homeless. The deluge tore through... Read more...
Pink Snow Looks Awesome, But Is Another Climate Change Indicator
Some call it pink snow, some call it watermelon snow — and now, a new study is calling it yet another symbol of the drastic melting in the... Read more...
29,400 Barrels of Crude Oil Spill in California
Southern California authorities have revised the estimated size of a crude oil pipeline spill down to 29,400 gallons.The spill early Thursday in... Read more...
New wildfires erupt in California as heatwave strikes west coast
New wildfires erupted Monday in southern California and chased people from their homes as an intensifying heatwave stretching from the west coast to... 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...
North Dakota rig count up more than 10 percent
North Dakota saw the number of rigs actively exploring for or producing oil and gas increase by more than 10 percent from last week, state data... Read more...
ExxonMobil tried to censor climate scientists to Congress during Bush era
ExxonMobil moved to squash a well-established congressional lecture series on climate science just nine days after the presidential inauguration of... 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...
Blast in Baghdad market kills at least 50
A car bomb in a predominantly Shia district of the Iraqi capital has killed at least 50 people and wounded at least 100 others, police sources told... Read more...
Palestinians injured in clashes at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa
Several Palestinian worshippers have been hurt after they clashed with Israeli police at the al-Aqsa Mosque, following protests against Jewish visits... Read more...
Iraqi army says Fallujah 'fully liberated from ISIL'
A senior Iraqi commander has declared that the city of Fallujah is "fully liberated" from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group,... Read more...
Big blast rocks Mogadishu hotel
A large explosion has rocked a hotel in the centre of the Somali capital Mogadishu and there is ongoing gunfire after what is suspected to be an... Read more...
Pope Francis Visits Armenian Genocide Memorial
Pope Francis on Saturday issued a rallying cry to protect memory at the Armenian genocide memorial in Yerevan, on day two of a trip likely to stir... Read more...
Terrorists in Philippines free female hostage after beheading her Canadian boyfriend
A Filipino woman held hostage by Abu Sayyaf Islamist militants was released from captivity Friday, a week after they beheaded her Canadian... Read more...
Fired Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski to Join CNN
After getting dumped by Donald Trump, former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is catching CNN on his rebound.Lewandowski, who ran Trump's... Read more...
Egyptian court sentences 2 Al-Jazeera employees to death
An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced six people, including two Al-Jazeera employees, to death for allegedly passing documents related to national... Read more...
BuzzFeed pulls out of $1.3M advertising deal with RNC over Donald Trump
BuzzFeed has pulled out of an advertising agreement with the Republican National Committee over objections to Donald Trump's rhetoric.The buy was for... Read more...
NPR Photographer, Interpreter Killed In Afghanistan
David Gilkey, an NPR photojournalist who chronicled pain and beauty in war and conflict, was killed in Afghanistan on Sunday along with NPR's Afghan... Read more...
Gunmen kill journalist in Somali capital: police
Gunmen suspected of belonging to Somalia's Islamist al Shabaab group shot and killed a female journalist working for state-run radio on Sunday,... Read more...
CIA weapons for Syrian rebels funneled onto black markets: report
Weapons shipped to the Middle East by the CIA to arm Syrian rebels have systematically landed on the black market in Jordan, a new report finds. An... Read more...
Pentagon To Repeal Ban On Transgender Troops
The Pentagon plans to announce the repeal of its ban on openly serving transgender service members next month, U.S. defense officials said.The repeal... Read more...
2 U.S. Marines under investigation for Facebook threat to gay bars
- Two U.S. Marines in California are under investigation for allegedly making threats on social media against gay bars.The Camp Pendleton-based 1st... Read more...
Air Force has lost 100,000 inspector general records
The Air Force announced on Friday that it has lost thousands of records belonging to the service's inspector general due to a database crash."We... Read more...
U.S. Navy admiral pleads guilty in bribery case
A U.S. Navy rear admiral pleaded guilty on Thursday to a charge of lying to federal investigators, making him the highest-ranking officer to be... Read more...
The San Andreas Fault Is Definitely Showing Signs Of Large-Scale Movement
When the fault line starts rockin’... run for the hills!New observations confirm that the San Andreas Fault System, the massive tectonic boundary... Read more...
China builds world's most powerful computer
A new supercomputer from China has topped the latest list of the world's most powerful machines.The 93 petaflop Sunway TaihuLight is installed at the... Read more...
Scientists find molecule light-years away that could explain Earth's origin
A molecule used to create plastic might hold the key to Earth's origins.Scientists recently discovered a chiral molecule inside a gas cloud located... Read more...
Universe is expanding up to 9% faster than we thought, say scientists
The universe is expanding faster than anyone had previously measured or calculated from theory. This is a discovery that could test part of Albert... Read more...
Alien Civilizations May Number In The Trillions, New Study Says
The possibility that we earthlings are not truly alone in the universe has gained some added credibility, thanks to a new study that coincides with... Read more...
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641 Reporter reflects: 'Their grief is my last remembrance of Iraq' Reggie
642 US mulls unusual tactic as Blackwater charges loom Reggie
643 Why does President Bush keep lying, even now, about Saddam Hussein's 'refusal' to let weapons inspectors in? Jesse Richard
644 Bush: 'I was unprepared for war' Jesse Richard
645 Press and "Psy Ops" to merge at NATO Afghan HQ: sources Reggie
646 Obliterating Iraq Reggie
647 Afghanistan demands 'timeline' for end of military intervention Reggie
648 Iraq Ally Lists Were Altered, Study Shows Reggie
649 Father murdered, wife and daughter jailed: killers call the shots in Iraq's justice system Reggie
650 Contractors in Iraq could face charges in earlier incidents Jesse Richard
651 Why the U.S. blinked on its troop agreement with Iraq Reggie
652 US-Iraq security pact may be in violation, Congress is told Jesse Richard
653 Iraq Quietly Dismisses Its Anticorruption Officials Reggie
654 Mask Ban Upsets Iraqis Hired as U.S. Interpreters Reggie
655 Iraq war set to end not on Bush's terms Reggie
656 Top judge: US and UK acted as 'vigilantes' in Iraq invasion Jesse Richard
657 U.S., Pakistan made deal on air strikes Reggie
658 New Blackwater Iraq Scandal: Guns, Silencers and Dog Food Reggie
659 Al-Sadr Throws Down the Gauntlet on US-Iraq Talks Reggie
660 Counting the dead gets more complicated in Iraq Reggie

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