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Российская нефть подешевела до минимума за 20 лет Стоимость российской нефти сорта Urals в Северо-Западной Европе опустилась до минимального уровня с июня 1999 года – до $16,2 за баррель в пятницу 27...

Стоимость российской нефти рухнула до уровня 1999 года Вслед за распространением коронавирусной инфекции на мировых рынках падают цены на «черное золото». Так, российский сорт нефти Urals с пост...

Календарь на сегодня, вторник, 31 марта 2020 г. Время Страна Событие Период Предыдущее значение Прогноз 00:00 Новая Зеландия Индекс уверенности в деловых кругах от ANZ Март -19.4 -24.1 00:30 Австра...

Норвегия намерена увеличить добычу нефти Энергокомпания Equinor сообщила, что уже к началу мая выйдет на планку добычи в 470 тыс. баррелей в сутки на месторождении шельфа страны Johan Sverdr...

ZUBR выходит на рынок крипто-деривативов В понедельник блокчейн-компания ZUBR объявила о запуске своей платформы деривативов цифровых активов, чтобы удовлетворить растущий интерес институцио...

В РФ каждая пятая компания снизит зарплаты из-за кризиса В России каждая третья компания уже провела оптимизацию, а каждая пятая намерена урезать своим сотрудникам заработную плату. Об этом пишет РБК со ссы...

Польская PGNiG заявила, что выиграла у "Газпрома" арбитраж на 1,5 млрд долларов PGNiG инициировала арбитражное разбирательство против ПАО "Газпром" и "Газпром экспорта" в 2015 году с требованием о пересмотре цены на природный газ...

Новое китайское чудо и излишний оптимизм по Европе Влияние на рынок:3Словосочетание «китайское чудо» в этом году обретает новый смысл.В первую очередь, за последние недели похвалы заслужив...

Как яркость жизни влияет на успехи в трейдинге Есть один вопрос, который никогда не поздно себе задать. Причем стоит это сделать, даже если несколько месяцев назад вы уже определились с ответом. В...

Из Кузбасса с выгодой Власти региона ставят цель к 2024 году довести сельскохозяйственный экспорт до суммы, превышающей полмиллиарда долларов. Где рады нашим продуктам? По...

В законе о налоге в 13% на доходы со вкладов появился налоговый вычет на сумму Х, где Х = 1млн х N (ключевая ставка ЦБ) То есть, если на депозите лежит 1 млн под 6% годовых, то платить с суммы полученных процентов в 60 тыс. рублей ничего не надо. А если 1,5 млн рублей ...

Московская биржа поможет торговать удаленно В связи с массовым переводом сотрудников банков, брокеров и других компаний на удаленную работу российская крупнейшая торговая площадка, Московская б...

Из Кузбасса с выгодой Власти региона ставят цель к 2024 году довести сельскохозяйственный экспорт до суммы, превышающей полмиллиарда долларов. Где рады нашим продуктам? По...

Tornado wrecks buildings, tosses cars in Jonesboro, Arkansas A large tornado struck the city of Jonesboro in Arkansas on Saturday, wrecking buildings and flipping cars, according to local media and images poste...

The Postal Service's Surprising Role in Surviving Doomsday The little-known Postal Plan, which dates back to the Clinton era, charges mail carriers with delivering critical supplies—like vaccines—as a last re...

'False narratives': State Department warns of coronavirus echo chamber by China, Russia, and Iran Chinese, Russian, and Iranian disinformation campaigns about the coronavirus pandemic are amplifying each other, warned the State Department’s chief ...

A sustainable global economy must arise once COVID-19 pandemic is reversed, UN chief tells G-20 summit World leaders at the G-20 virtual summit held on Thursday committed to inject over $5 trillion into the global economy to counteract the impacts of t...

Japan keeps greenhouse gas emissions target unchanged Japan has kept unchanged its target, set in 2015, of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 26 percent by the year ending in March 2031 from levels seen...

UNFPA advocates for women, girls suffering unseen impacts of COVID-19 pandemic The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is pledging support for those suffering from invisible impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including...

Цена нефти Brent опустилась ниже 23 долларов за баррель впервые с ноября 2002 года На лондонской бирже ICE стоимость барреля нефти марки Brent упала на 8,34%, до $22,84 за баррель, а затем до $22,78 за баррель (-8,6%). Стоимость неф...

Эксперты спрогнозировали курс после договора с МВФ Новое соглашение с Международным валютным фондом может укрепить гривну к концу недели, в пятницу наличный курс доллара может установиться на уровне 2...

Максимальное пособие по безработице увеличено до 12,3 тыс. рублей Правительство России увеличило максимальную выплату по пособию по безработице до 12,3 тыс. руб. Ранее выплата составляла 8 тыс. руб. Минимальная выпл...

S7 переделает свои самолеты для перевозки грузов В условиях ограничений полетов из-за COVID-19 авиакомпания прорабатывает технический проект, сделаны запросы производителям - Boeing и Airbus. Ответ ...

Российская нефть подешевела до минимума за 20 лет Стоимость российской нефти сорта Urals в Северо-Западной Европе опустилась до минимального уровня с июня 1999 года – до $16,2 за баррель в пятницу 27...

Стоимость российской нефти рухнула до уровня 1999 года Вслед за распространением коронавирусной инфекции на мировых рынках падают цены на «черное золото». Так, российский сорт нефти Urals с пост...

Календарь на сегодня, вторник, 31 марта 2020 г. Время Страна Событие Период Предыдущее значение Прогноз 00:00 Новая Зеландия Индекс уверенности в деловых кругах от ANZ Март -19.4 -24.1 00:30 Австра...

Норвегия намерена увеличить добычу нефти Энергокомпания Equinor сообщила, что уже к началу мая выйдет на планку добычи в 470 тыс. баррелей в сутки на месторождении шельфа страны Johan Sverdr...

ZUBR выходит на рынок крипто-деривативов В понедельник блокчейн-компания ZUBR объявила о запуске своей платформы деривативов цифровых активов, чтобы удовлетворить растущий интерес институцио...

В РФ каждая пятая компания снизит зарплаты из-за кризиса В России каждая третья компания уже провела оптимизацию, а каждая пятая намерена урезать своим сотрудникам заработную плату. Об этом пишет РБК со ссы...

Польская PGNiG заявила, что выиграла у "Газпрома" арбитраж на 1,5 млрд долларов PGNiG инициировала арбитражное разбирательство против ПАО "Газпром" и "Газпром экспорта" в 2015 году с требованием о пересмотре цены на природный газ...

Tornado wrecks buildings, tosses cars in Jonesboro, Arkansas A large tornado struck the city of Jonesboro in Arkansas on Saturday, wrecking buildings and flipping cars, according to local media and images poste...

FEMA Says at Least 7 People at the Disaster Agency Have the Coronavirus Union officials at FEMA say they would like to know where they work in order to warn other employees who might be exposed and to avoid putting the pu...

NYPD cops deliver baby as ambulances deal with coronavirus ‘backlog’ A pair of NYPD’s finest stepped in as makeshift midwives early Sunday when a Bronx woman went into labor — with an ambulance possibly hours awa...

First Person: False promises in Mauritania Women and girls face particular challenges as migrants, whatever their reason for leaving their country of origin. UN agencies are learning more abou...

Majority back ‘full national shutdown,’ while Trump's approval up with blacks and Hispanics: Poll Even before President Trump floated the idea Saturday of a regional quarantine around New York City, the public signaled support for a national “shut...

Human rights must be maintained in beating back the COVID-19 pandemic, ‘without exception’ – UN experts Dozens of independent UN human rights experts stressed on Thursday that in addition to public health and emergency measures, battling the COVID-19 pa...

First Person: Hawaii’s ‘silver tsunami’: the challenge of caring for kupuna elders The International Labour Organization (ILO) marked its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration launched a photography project called “Dign...

All About Justice S Muralidhar Who Said "Can't Let Another 1984 Happen" Hours before his transfer order on Wednesday, which the government says was routine after the Supreme Court collegium's recommendation on February 12...

Tornado wrecks buildings, tosses cars in Jonesboro, Arkansas A large tornado struck the city of Jonesboro in Arkansas on Saturday, wrecking buildings and flipping cars, according to local media and images poste...

The Postal Service's Surprising Role in Surviving Doomsday The little-known Postal Plan, which dates back to the Clinton era, charges mail carriers with delivering critical supplies—like vaccines—as a last re...

'False narratives': State Department warns of coronavirus echo chamber by China, Russia, and Iran Chinese, Russian, and Iranian disinformation campaigns about the coronavirus pandemic are amplifying each other, warned the State Department’s chief ...

A sustainable global economy must arise once COVID-19 pandemic is reversed, UN chief tells G-20 summit World leaders at the G-20 virtual summit held on Thursday committed to inject over $5 trillion into the global economy to counteract the impacts of t...

Japan keeps greenhouse gas emissions target unchanged Japan has kept unchanged its target, set in 2015, of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 26 percent by the year ending in March 2031 from levels seen...

UNFPA advocates for women, girls suffering unseen impacts of COVID-19 pandemic The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is pledging support for those suffering from invisible impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including...

Цена нефти Brent опустилась ниже 23 долларов за баррель впервые с ноября 2002 года На лондонской бирже ICE стоимость барреля нефти марки Brent упала на 8,34%, до $22,84 за баррель, а затем до $22,78 за баррель (-8,6%). Стоимость неф...

Эксперты спрогнозировали курс после договора с МВФ Новое соглашение с Международным валютным фондом может укрепить гривну к концу недели, в пятницу наличный курс доллара может установиться на уровне 2...

Максимальное пособие по безработице увеличено до 12,3 тыс. рублей Правительство России увеличило максимальную выплату по пособию по безработице до 12,3 тыс. руб. Ранее выплата составляла 8 тыс. руб. Минимальная выпл...

S7 переделает свои самолеты для перевозки грузов В условиях ограничений полетов из-за COVID-19 авиакомпания прорабатывает технический проект, сделаны запросы производителям - Boeing и Airbus. Ответ ...

Trump administration allows companies to break pollution laws during coronavirus pandemic Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or waterCoronavirus – latest US updatesCoronav...

Trump administration allows companies to break pollution laws during coronavirus pandemic Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or waterCoronavirus – latest US updatesCoronav...

First Person: Hawaii’s ‘silver tsunami’: the challenge of caring for kupuna elders The International Labour Organization (ILO) marked its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration launched a photography project called “Dign...

Trump administration allows companies to break pollution laws during coronavirus pandemic Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or waterCoronavirus – latest US updatesCoronav...

Tornado wrecks buildings, tosses cars in Jonesboro, Arkansas A large tornado struck the city of Jonesboro in Arkansas on Saturday, wrecking buildings and flipping cars, according to local media and images poste...

FEMA Says at Least 7 People at the Disaster Agency Have the Coronavirus Union officials at FEMA say they would like to know where they work in order to warn other employees who might be exposed and to avoid putting the pu...

NYPD cops deliver baby as ambulances deal with coronavirus ‘backlog’ A pair of NYPD’s finest stepped in as makeshift midwives early Sunday when a Bronx woman went into labor — with an ambulance possibly hours awa...

First Person: False promises in Mauritania Women and girls face particular challenges as migrants, whatever their reason for leaving their country of origin. UN agencies are learning more abou...

Majority back ‘full national shutdown,’ while Trump's approval up with blacks and Hispanics: Poll Even before President Trump floated the idea Saturday of a regional quarantine around New York City, the public signaled support for a national “shut...

Human rights must be maintained in beating back the COVID-19 pandemic, ‘without exception’ – UN experts Dozens of independent UN human rights experts stressed on Thursday that in addition to public health and emergency measures, battling the COVID-19 pa...

First Person: Hawaii’s ‘silver tsunami’: the challenge of caring for kupuna elders The International Labour Organization (ILO) marked its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration launched a photography project called “Dign...

All About Justice S Muralidhar Who Said "Can't Let Another 1984 Happen" Hours before his transfer order on Wednesday, which the government says was routine after the Supreme Court collegium's recommendation on February 12...

Trump administration allows companies to break pollution laws during coronavirus pandemic Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or waterCoronavirus – latest US updatesCoronav...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

Critical work of UN ‘largely uninterrupted’, despite unprecedented challenge of COVID-19 Although the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the United Nations to operate in new ways, its vital work worldwide continues largely uninterrupted, heads ...

‘Count every drop, every drop counts’: UN weather agency calls for better water data on World Meteorological Day Floods, extreme rainfall, droughts and melting glaciers…many of the major signs of climate change involve water. On this year’s World Meteorological ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Human rights must be maintained in beating back the COVID-19 pandemic, ‘without exception’ – UN experts Dozens of independent UN human rights experts stressed on Thursday that in addition to public health and emergency measures, battling the COVID-19 pa...

Trump administration allows companies to break pollution laws during coronavirus pandemic Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or waterCoronavirus – latest US updatesCoronav...

Trump administration allows companies to break pollution laws during coronavirus pandemic Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or waterCoronavirus – latest US updatesCoronav...

First Person: Hawaii’s ‘silver tsunami’: the challenge of caring for kupuna elders The International Labour Organization (ILO) marked its centenary in 2019 and as part of the commemoration launched a photography project called “Dign...

Trump administration allows companies to break pollution laws during coronavirus pandemic Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or waterCoronavirus – latest US updatesCoronav...

All About Justice S Muralidhar Who Said "Can't Let Another 1984 Happen" Hours before his transfer order on Wednesday, which the government says was routine after the Supreme Court collegium's recommendation on February 12...

At oil industry request, EPA delays switch to cleaner-burning summer gasoline The Environmental Protection Agency, citing the coronavirus pandemic, is giving the oil industry an extra 2 1/2 weeks before it must start selling cl...

Tom Hanks returns to LA after bout of coronavirus: media reports Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson returned to Los Angeles on Friday after spending more than two weeks in quarantine in Australia after testing posi...

The Postal Service's Surprising Role in Surviving Doomsday The little-known Postal Plan, which dates back to the Clinton era, charges mail carriers with delivering critical supplies—like vaccines—as a last re...

Republicans agree: 61% back Trump’s Easter back-to-work goal Legacy media may be shutting down coverage of President Trump’s daily virus task force press conferences, but his message about getting the nation ba...

A sustainable global economy must arise once COVID-19 pandemic is reversed, UN chief tells G-20 summit World leaders at the G-20 virtual summit held on Thursday committed to inject over $5 trillion into the global economy to counteract the impacts of t...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

All About Justice S Muralidhar Who Said "Can't Let Another 1984 Happen" Hours before his transfer order on Wednesday, which the government says was routine after the Supreme Court collegium's recommendation on February 12...

UNFPA advocates for women, girls suffering unseen impacts of COVID-19 pandemic The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is pledging support for those suffering from invisible impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including...

RESOLVED: We Shall Not Emerge From Isolation With Hooves Much has been made of how ugly we’ll be when we’re finally able to emerge from isolation. Without haircuts or color, and manicures or pedicures, and ...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

Trump administration allows companies to break pollution laws during coronavirus pandemic Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or waterCoronavirus – latest US updatesCoronav...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

Critical work of UN ‘largely uninterrupted’, despite unprecedented challenge of COVID-19 Although the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the United Nations to operate in new ways, its vital work worldwide continues largely uninterrupted, heads ...

‘Count every drop, every drop counts’: UN weather agency calls for better water data on World Meteorological Day Floods, extreme rainfall, droughts and melting glaciers…many of the major signs of climate change involve water. On this year’s World Meteorological ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Human rights must be maintained in beating back the COVID-19 pandemic, ‘without exception’ – UN experts Dozens of independent UN human rights experts stressed on Thursday that in addition to public health and emergency measures, battling the COVID-19 pa...

Manitoba flood risk looking lower than previously thought: meteorologist The Red River is rising in North Dakota and predicted to hit major flood stage next week, but according to a meteorologist, the forecast looks favour...

UN launches major humanitarian appeal to keep COVID-19 from ‘circling back around the globe’ To confront the unprecedented worldwide challenge posed by the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, top UN officials on Wednesday, launched a massive human...

‘Count every drop, every drop counts’: UN weather agency calls for better water data on World Meteorological Day Floods, extreme rainfall, droughts and melting glaciers…many of the major signs of climate change involve water. On this year’s World Meteorological ...

Trump administration allows companies to break pollution laws during coronavirus pandemic Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or waterCoronavirus – latest US updatesCoronav...

More support needed for victims of sexual abuse by UN personnel Although measures to support victims of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) committed by UN personnel are proving effective, there is still room to d...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

‘Concerted efforts’ needed to meet 2030 Global Goals in Asia-Pacific region Action to reverse the depletion and degradation of the environment across Asia and the Pacific is a top priority if the region is to stay on course t...

All About Justice S Muralidhar Who Said "Can't Let Another 1984 Happen" Hours before his transfer order on Wednesday, which the government says was routine after the Supreme Court collegium's recommendation on February 12...

At oil industry request, EPA delays switch to cleaner-burning summer gasoline The Environmental Protection Agency, citing the coronavirus pandemic, is giving the oil industry an extra 2 1/2 weeks before it must start selling cl...

Tom Hanks returns to LA after bout of coronavirus: media reports Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson returned to Los Angeles on Friday after spending more than two weeks in quarantine in Australia after testing posi...

The Postal Service's Surprising Role in Surviving Doomsday The little-known Postal Plan, which dates back to the Clinton era, charges mail carriers with delivering critical supplies—like vaccines—as a last re...

Republicans agree: 61% back Trump’s Easter back-to-work goal Legacy media may be shutting down coverage of President Trump’s daily virus task force press conferences, but his message about getting the nation ba...

A sustainable global economy must arise once COVID-19 pandemic is reversed, UN chief tells G-20 summit World leaders at the G-20 virtual summit held on Thursday committed to inject over $5 trillion into the global economy to counteract the impacts of t...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

All About Justice S Muralidhar Who Said "Can't Let Another 1984 Happen" Hours before his transfer order on Wednesday, which the government says was routine after the Supreme Court collegium's recommendation on February 12...

UNFPA advocates for women, girls suffering unseen impacts of COVID-19 pandemic The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is pledging support for those suffering from invisible impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including...

RESOLVED: We Shall Not Emerge From Isolation With Hooves Much has been made of how ugly we’ll be when we’re finally able to emerge from isolation. Without haircuts or color, and manicures or pedicures, and ...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

Elizabeth Warren the ‘clear choice’ for Biden’s vice president: Poll Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, an anti-Wall Street liberal on the 2020 presidential campaign trail, is the “clear choice” as Joe Biden’s pick f...

UN Population Fund sounds alarm over dire situation facing women and girls in Syria, as 10th year of war begins The UN sexual and reproductive health agency UNFPA, is expressing increasing concern about the women and girls trapped in Syria’s dire and escalating...

‘Concerted efforts’ needed to meet 2030 Global Goals in Asia-Pacific region Action to reverse the depletion and degradation of the environment across Asia and the Pacific is a top priority if the region is to stay on course t...

Dakota access pipeline: court strikes down permits in victory for Standing Rock Sioux Army corps of engineers ordered to conduct full environmental review, which could take yearsThe future of the controversial Dakota Access pipeline ha...

‘Count every drop, every drop counts’: UN weather agency calls for better water data on World Meteorological Day Floods, extreme rainfall, droughts and melting glaciers…many of the major signs of climate change involve water. On this year’s World Meteorological ...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

Manitoba flood risk looking lower than previously thought: meteorologist The Red River is rising in North Dakota and predicted to hit major flood stage next week, but according to a meteorologist, the forecast looks favour...

UN launches major humanitarian appeal to keep COVID-19 from ‘circling back around the globe’ To confront the unprecedented worldwide challenge posed by the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, top UN officials on Wednesday, launched a massive human...

‘Count every drop, every drop counts’: UN weather agency calls for better water data on World Meteorological Day Floods, extreme rainfall, droughts and melting glaciers…many of the major signs of climate change involve water. On this year’s World Meteorological ...

Trump administration allows companies to break pollution laws during coronavirus pandemic Extraordinary move signals to US companies that they will not face any sanctions for polluting the air or waterCoronavirus – latest US updatesCoronav...

More support needed for victims of sexual abuse by UN personnel Although measures to support victims of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) committed by UN personnel are proving effective, there is still room to d...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

‘Concerted efforts’ needed to meet 2030 Global Goals in Asia-Pacific region Action to reverse the depletion and degradation of the environment across Asia and the Pacific is a top priority if the region is to stay on course t...

Coronavirus Doesn’t Slow Trump’s Regulatory Rollbacks The administration is pushing ahead with efforts to roll back environmental protections and impose new limits on how science can be used for making r...

UN launches major humanitarian appeal to keep COVID-19 from ‘circling back around the globe’ To confront the unprecedented worldwide challenge posed by the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, top UN officials on Wednesday, launched a massive human...

Bindi Irwin ties knot ahead of Australian clampdown on weddings Bindi Irwin, daughter of the late 'Crocodile Hunter' Steve Irwin, wed on Wednesday at her family's Australia Zoo, in an event that spurred online pro...

‘Concerted efforts’ needed to meet 2030 Global Goals in Asia-Pacific region Action to reverse the depletion and degradation of the environment across Asia and the Pacific is a top priority if the region is to stay on course t...

All About Justice S Muralidhar Who Said "Can't Let Another 1984 Happen" Hours before his transfer order on Wednesday, which the government says was routine after the Supreme Court collegium's recommendation on February 12...

Coronavirus in NYC: Over 300 NYPD cops test positive More than 300 cops have tested positive for the coronavirus — with many more are awaiting test results for the pandemic COVID-19 as the illness conti...

African jazz legend Manu Dibango dies from coronavirus in France World-famous singer and saxophonist Manu Dibango has died from a coronavirus infection at the age of 86 in France, his management team said on Tuesda...

Manitoba flood risk looking lower than previously thought: meteorologist The Red River is rising in North Dakota and predicted to hit major flood stage next week, but according to a meteorologist, the forecast looks favour...

Governors Ball music fest, Tonys, 'New Amsterdam' pandemic episode join coronavirus postponements The spread of coronavirus has sparked widespread cancellations and postponements, including the Governors Ball music fest and Tony Awards.  ...

Manitoba flood risk looking lower than previously thought: meteorologist The Red River is rising in North Dakota and predicted to hit major flood stage next week, but according to a meteorologist, the forecast looks favour...

Elizabeth Warren the ‘clear choice’ for Biden’s vice president: Poll Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, an anti-Wall Street liberal on the 2020 presidential campaign trail, is the “clear choice” as Joe Biden’s pick f...

UN Population Fund sounds alarm over dire situation facing women and girls in Syria, as 10th year of war begins The UN sexual and reproductive health agency UNFPA, is expressing increasing concern about the women and girls trapped in Syria’s dire and escalating...

‘Concerted efforts’ needed to meet 2030 Global Goals in Asia-Pacific region Action to reverse the depletion and degradation of the environment across Asia and the Pacific is a top priority if the region is to stay on course t...

Dakota access pipeline: court strikes down permits in victory for Standing Rock Sioux Army corps of engineers ordered to conduct full environmental review, which could take yearsThe future of the controversial Dakota Access pipeline ha...

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UN launches major humanitarian appeal to keep COVID-19 from ‘circling back around the globe’ To confront the unprecedented worldwide challenge posed by the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, top UN officials on Wednesday, launched a massive human...

Bindi Irwin ties knot ahead of Australian clampdown on weddings Bindi Irwin, daughter of the late 'Crocodile Hunter' Steve Irwin, wed on Wednesday at her family's Australia Zoo, in an event that spurred online pro...

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Governors Ball music fest, Tonys, 'New Amsterdam' pandemic episode join coronavirus postponements The spread of coronavirus has sparked widespread cancellations and postponements, including the Governors Ball music fest and Tony Awards.  ...

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UN Population Fund sounds alarm over dire situation facing women and girls in Syria, as 10th year of war begins The UN sexual and reproductive health agency UNFPA, is expressing increasing concern about the women and girls trapped in Syria’s dire and escalating...

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Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

More support needed for victims of sexual abuse by UN personnel Although measures to support victims of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) committed by UN personnel are proving effective, there is still room to d...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

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U.S. court orders full environmental review of Dakota Access pipeline A federal court on Wednesday ordered the Trump administration to conduct a full environmental review of a controversial segment of the Dakota Access ...

How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

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FBI agent Robert Levinson dies 'in Iranian custody,' family announces Robert Levinson, a former FBI special agent who disappeared while traveling on Iran’s Kush Island in 2007, has “died while in Iranian custody,” his f...

'Ragtime' playwright Terrence McNally dies from coronavirus complications Terrence McNally, a four-time Tony Award-winning playwright, has died from complications due to coronavirus.        ...

UN expert raises alarm over migrant, asylum seeker ‘pushbacks’ at Turkey-Greece border Greece must take immediate action to end the violence against migrants and asylum seekers at the border between Turkey and Greece, an independent UN ...

UNICEF sounds alarm over water cuts in Syria as efforts ramp up to prevent COVID-19 spread The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and its relief partners in Syria are warning that water disruptions in the country’s war-battered north-east could ex...

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NYU offers early graduation to senior med students in bid to fight coronavirus New York University is reportedly allowing senior medical students to graduate three months early so they can help overworked doctors fight the coron...

How the Coronavirus Crisis May Hinder Efforts to Fight Wildfires As many firefighters should be preparing for wildfire season, they are grappling with the fact that how they live and work could spread the coronavir...

What Could Be Lurking on Your Airplane Seat? The bacteria count on the headrest and seat belt of Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero was in the billions and two out of four tray tabl...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

UN Population Fund sounds alarm over dire situation facing women and girls in Syria, as 10th year of war begins The UN sexual and reproductive health agency UNFPA, is expressing increasing concern about the women and girls trapped in Syria’s dire and escalating...

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Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

How to fight infection by turning back your immune system's clock Your immune system ages too, weakening as you get older and making you more susceptible to infections. Fortunately, we are discovering plenty of thin...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

More support needed for victims of sexual abuse by UN personnel Although measures to support victims of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) committed by UN personnel are proving effective, there is still room to d...

How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

Coronavirus: Will Canadians see more wildlife in their backyards as people self-isolate? With the sudden decline in human and vehicle traffic on sidewalks and roads, will Canadians start to see more wildlife in their towns and cities? Exp...

How the Coronavirus Crisis May Hinder Efforts to Fight Wildfires As many firefighters should be preparing for wildfire season, they are grappling with the fact that how they live and work could spread the coronavir...

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UN expert raises alarm over migrant, asylum seeker ‘pushbacks’ at Turkey-Greece border Greece must take immediate action to end the violence against migrants and asylum seekers at the border between Turkey and Greece, an independent UN ...

UNICEF sounds alarm over water cuts in Syria as efforts ramp up to prevent COVID-19 spread The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and its relief partners in Syria are warning that water disruptions in the country’s war-battered north-east could ex...

Tim McGraw, Luke Combs and more cover favorite songs with 'Deep Cuts Challenge': Watch Country music star Tim McGraw hopped on social media last weekend to cover John Schneider's 1986 song "Take The Long Way Home."    ...

EPA to waive environmental requirements for industry challenged by coronavirus pandemic The Trump administration could waive or adjust some of industry’s environmental obligations as companies struggle to deal with the economic consequen...

NYU offers early graduation to senior med students in bid to fight coronavirus New York University is reportedly allowing senior medical students to graduate three months early so they can help overworked doctors fight the coron...

How the Coronavirus Crisis May Hinder Efforts to Fight Wildfires As many firefighters should be preparing for wildfire season, they are grappling with the fact that how they live and work could spread the coronavir...

What Could Be Lurking on Your Airplane Seat? The bacteria count on the headrest and seat belt of Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero was in the billions and two out of four tray tabl...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

Woody Allen memoir released as publishers cite freedom of speech An independent publisher released a memoir by movie director Woody Allen on Monday after it was dropped by another outlet following protests over a d...

‘Count every drop, every drop counts’: UN weather agency calls for better water data on World Meteorological Day Floods, extreme rainfall, droughts and melting glaciers…many of the major signs of climate change involve water. On this year’s World Meteorological ...

COVID-19: UN chief calls for global ceasefire to focus on ‘the true fight of our lives’ In an appeal issued on Monday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres urged warring parties across the world to lay down their weapons in support of t...

How the Coronavirus Crisis May Hinder Efforts to Fight Wildfires As many firefighters should be preparing for wildfire season, they are grappling with the fact that how they live and work could spread the coronavir...

Coronavirus: Will Canadians see more wildlife in their backyards as people self-isolate? With the sudden decline in human and vehicle traffic on sidewalks and roads, will Canadians start to see more wildlife in their towns and cities? Exp...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

Coronavirus: Will Canadians see more wildlife in their backyards as people self-isolate? With the sudden decline in human and vehicle traffic on sidewalks and roads, will Canadians start to see more wildlife in their towns and cities? Exp...

How the Coronavirus Crisis May Hinder Efforts to Fight Wildfires As many firefighters should be preparing for wildfire season, they are grappling with the fact that how they live and work could spread the coronavir...

Trump writes Kim Jong Un about coronavirus as North Korea fires rockets North Korean officials touted a new letter from President Trump about the coronavirus pandemic, one day after the communist leader oversaw the launch...

COVID-19: UN ‘remains open for business’, determined to deliver for the people we serve, says UN chief In light of the continuing spread of the coronavirus, the UN has stepped up measures to safeguard staff and all those using its offices around the wo...

What Could Be Lurking on Your Airplane Seat? The bacteria count on the headrest and seat belt of Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero was in the billions and two out of four tray tabl...

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Trump announces mobilization of military assets in fight against ‘hidden enemy’ GUARD ACTIVATED: President Trump announced last night the call-up of thousands of National Guard troops for the three states hardest hit by the COVID...

DNA analysis reveals just how intertwined ancient human lineages are Ancient humans in Africa mixed far more than we thought, according to new findings revealed by sequencing the genomes of a diverse group of people fr...

UNHCR delivers much-needed aid to Sudanese refugees in Chad Nearly 94 tonnes of emergency aid has been airlifted into Chad to support thousands of people who have fled ongoing violence in Sudan’s West Darfur s...

Woody Allen memoir released as publishers cite freedom of speech An independent publisher released a memoir by movie director Woody Allen on Monday after it was dropped by another outlet following protests over a d...

‘Count every drop, every drop counts’: UN weather agency calls for better water data on World Meteorological Day Floods, extreme rainfall, droughts and melting glaciers…many of the major signs of climate change involve water. On this year’s World Meteorological ...

COVID-19: UN chief calls for global ceasefire to focus on ‘the true fight of our lives’ In an appeal issued on Monday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres urged warring parties across the world to lay down their weapons in support of t...

How the Coronavirus Crisis May Hinder Efforts to Fight Wildfires As many firefighters should be preparing for wildfire season, they are grappling with the fact that how they live and work could spread the coronavir...

Coronavirus: Will Canadians see more wildlife in their backyards as people self-isolate? With the sudden decline in human and vehicle traffic on sidewalks and roads, will Canadians start to see more wildlife in their towns and cities? Exp...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

De Blasio blames Trump for NYC hospital equipment shortage: ‘People will die’ Mayor Bill de Blasio on Sunday warned that Big Apple hospitals are just 10 days away from running out of essential equipment to save lives from the n...

UN Population Fund sounds alarm over dire situation facing women and girls in Syria, as 10th year of war begins The UN sexual and reproductive health agency UNFPA, is expressing increasing concern about the women and girls trapped in Syria’s dire and escalating...

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Airline bailout should come with climate strings attached, Democrats and environmentalists say Federal assistance to help airlines cope with economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic should come with a guarantee the carbon-intensive sector...

Coronavirus: Uncertainty over temporary foreign workers worries Atlantic farmers Around 1,500 temporary foreign workers come to Nova Scotia every year to assist with planting and harvesting. If they're not allowed in due to border...

What Could Be Lurking on Your Airplane Seat? The bacteria count on the headrest and seat belt of Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero was in the billions and two out of four tray tabl...

Trump writes Kim Jong Un about coronavirus as North Korea fires rockets North Korean officials touted a new letter from President Trump about the coronavirus pandemic, one day after the communist leader oversaw the launch...

COVID-19: UN ‘remains open for business’, determined to deliver for the people we serve, says UN chief In light of the continuing spread of the coronavirus, the UN has stepped up measures to safeguard staff and all those using its offices around the wo...

What Could Be Lurking on Your Airplane Seat? The bacteria count on the headrest and seat belt of Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero was in the billions and two out of four tray tabl...

COVID-19: UN ‘remains open for business’, determined to deliver for the people we serve, says UN chief In light of the continuing spread of the coronavirus, the UN has stepped up measures to safeguard staff and all those using its offices around the wo...

Trump announces mobilization of military assets in fight against ‘hidden enemy’ GUARD ACTIVATED: President Trump announced last night the call-up of thousands of National Guard troops for the three states hardest hit by the COVID...

DNA analysis reveals just how intertwined ancient human lineages are Ancient humans in Africa mixed far more than we thought, according to new findings revealed by sequencing the genomes of a diverse group of people fr...

UNHCR delivers much-needed aid to Sudanese refugees in Chad Nearly 94 tonnes of emergency aid has been airlifted into Chad to support thousands of people who have fled ongoing violence in Sudan’s West Darfur s...

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De Blasio blames Trump for NYC hospital equipment shortage: ‘People will die’ Mayor Bill de Blasio on Sunday warned that Big Apple hospitals are just 10 days away from running out of essential equipment to save lives from the n...

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Staten Island couple still holds wedding amid coronavirus warnings Here comes the bride — coronavirus be damned. A Staten Island couple threw caution — and a slew of dire government warnings — to the wind Sunday by g...

Airline bailout should come with climate strings attached, Democrats and environmentalists say Federal assistance to help airlines cope with economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic should come with a guarantee the carbon-intensive sector...

Coronavirus: Uncertainty over temporary foreign workers worries Atlantic farmers Around 1,500 temporary foreign workers come to Nova Scotia every year to assist with planting and harvesting. If they're not allowed in due to border...

What Could Be Lurking on Your Airplane Seat? The bacteria count on the headrest and seat belt of Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero was in the billions and two out of four tray tabl...

More support needed for victims of sexual abuse by UN personnel Although measures to support victims of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) committed by UN personnel are proving effective, there is still room to d...

Airline bailout should come with climate strings attached, Democrats and environmentalists say Federal assistance to help airlines cope with economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic should come with a guarantee the carbon-intensive sector...

UN Population Fund sounds alarm over dire situation facing women and girls in Syria, as 10th year of war begins The UN sexual and reproductive health agency UNFPA, is expressing increasing concern about the women and girls trapped in Syria’s dire and escalating...

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UN chief congratulates Uzbekistan on decision to end statelessness for 50,000 people United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has congratulated Uzbekistan on the passage this week of legislation set to end statelessness for s...

Trump writes Kim Jong Un about coronavirus as North Korea fires rockets North Korean officials touted a new letter from President Trump about the coronavirus pandemic, one day after the communist leader oversaw the launch...

A day in the life of my quarantine: Read Jimmy Fallon's diary Read Jimmy Fallon's quarantine diary to see how he's parenting, what he's watching and how he's doing a daily version of "The Tonight Show" from home...

Coronavirus: Uncertainty over temporary foreign workers worries Atlantic farmers Around 1,500 temporary foreign workers come to Nova Scotia every year to assist with planting and harvesting. If they're not allowed in due to border...

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UN rights chief urges South Sudan authorities to address inter-communal violence Authorities in South Sudan must address intercommunal violence if the nation is to achieve lasting peace, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights s...

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Coronavirus: Uncertainty over temporary foreign workers worries Atlantic farmers Around 1,500 temporary foreign workers come to Nova Scotia every year to assist with planting and harvesting. If they're not allowed in due to border...

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More support needed for victims of sexual abuse by UN personnel Although measures to support victims of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) committed by UN personnel are proving effective, there is still room to d...

Airline bailout should come with climate strings attached, Democrats and environmentalists say Federal assistance to help airlines cope with economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic should come with a guarantee the carbon-intensive sector...

UN Population Fund sounds alarm over dire situation facing women and girls in Syria, as 10th year of war begins The UN sexual and reproductive health agency UNFPA, is expressing increasing concern about the women and girls trapped in Syria’s dire and escalating...

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UN chief congratulates Uzbekistan on decision to end statelessness for 50,000 people United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has congratulated Uzbekistan on the passage this week of legislation set to end statelessness for s...

Trump writes Kim Jong Un about coronavirus as North Korea fires rockets North Korean officials touted a new letter from President Trump about the coronavirus pandemic, one day after the communist leader oversaw the launch...

Blueprint launched to manage Earth’s fragile peatland carbon sinks A blueprint for how countries can keep carbon in fragile land-based carbon sinks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions has been unveiled by the UN Food ...

US oil giant Chevron takes 'long-ball' approach to climate change in pivot to clean energy Chevron, like other U.S. oil and gas majors such as Exxon Mobil, has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from its operations across oil an...

Hire American: Halt to immigrant hiring sought during virus crisis The surge in layoffs prompted by the coronavirus is leading to urgent calls in Washington to end a program that encourages big corporations to hire i...

More support needed for victims of sexual abuse by UN personnel Although measures to support victims of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) committed by UN personnel are proving effective, there is still room to d...

All About Justice S Muralidhar Who Said "Can't Let Another 1984 Happen" Hours before his transfer order on Wednesday, which the government says was routine after the Supreme Court collegium's recommendation on February 12...

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How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

Coronavirus: Uncertainty over temporary foreign workers worries Atlantic farmers Around 1,500 temporary foreign workers come to Nova Scotia every year to assist with planting and harvesting. If they're not allowed in due to border...

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What Could Be Lurking on Your Airplane Seat? The bacteria count on the headrest and seat belt of Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero was in the billions and two out of four tray tabl...

Head of UN economic and social body underscores priority of health, safety during ‘unprecedented’ COVID-19 challenges Confronted with widespread human, social, and economic ramifications surrounding COVID-19, the President of the United Nations Economic and Social Co...

Coronavirus: Uncertainty over temporary foreign workers worries Atlantic farmers Around 1,500 temporary foreign workers come to Nova Scotia every year to assist with planting and harvesting. If they're not allowed in due to border...

Breaking: Trump eyes two-week quarantine, only drug and grocery stores open President Trump, moving with haste to slow the spread of the coronavirus, is preparing a plan to mobilize the National Guard to help enforce a two-we...

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UN Population Fund sounds alarm over dire situation facing women and girls in Syria, as 10th year of war begins The UN sexual and reproductive health agency UNFPA, is expressing increasing concern about the women and girls trapped in Syria’s dire and escalating...

Trump eyes grounding jets, halting stock trading, and ordering shelter in place The Trump administration, moving quickly to halt the spread of the coronavirus, is seriously considering grounding all passenger air traffic for up t...

Blueprint launched to manage Earth’s fragile peatland carbon sinks A blueprint for how countries can keep carbon in fragile land-based carbon sinks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions has been unveiled by the UN Food ...

US oil giant Chevron takes 'long-ball' approach to climate change in pivot to clean energy Chevron, like other U.S. oil and gas majors such as Exxon Mobil, has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from its operations across oil an...

Hire American: Halt to immigrant hiring sought during virus crisis The surge in layoffs prompted by the coronavirus is leading to urgent calls in Washington to end a program that encourages big corporations to hire i...

More support needed for victims of sexual abuse by UN personnel Although measures to support victims of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) committed by UN personnel are proving effective, there is still room to d...

All About Justice S Muralidhar Who Said "Can't Let Another 1984 Happen" Hours before his transfer order on Wednesday, which the government says was routine after the Supreme Court collegium's recommendation on February 12...

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More support needed for victims of sexual abuse by UN personnel Although measures to support victims of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) committed by UN personnel are proving effective, there is still room to d...

Brazilian mountain farmers reap recognition, through UN heritage listing Farmers who gather flowers from the Espinhaço Mountain Range in Brazil received well-deserved recognition on Wednesday for their crucial role in enha...

Buckhorn Maplefest still scheduled amid coronavirus concerns; Petes’ season suspended Farm manager Erin McLean of McLean Berry Farm says the family is taking things on a "day-by-day" basis as it prepares to host its popular Maplefest b...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

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Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

Coronavirus prompts Thunberg to move Friday climate rallies online Swedish teen Greta Thunberg, the founder of the Fridays for Future youth movement, on Wednesday called on fellow climate activists to move their week...

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Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

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Teen busted for attacking Asian man in alleged coronavirus-linked hate crime Cops arrested a teenager for a coronavirus-inspired hate crime on the Upper East Side, police said Saturday. The 13-year-old boy turned himself in at...

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Trump Administration Presses Cities to Evict Homeowners From Flood Zones The Trump administration is starting to insist that towns use eminent domain laws to force homeowners off flood-prone land. Notices are already going...

‘How safe do you feel?’ NYPD to spend $4.1M to survey residents on cellphones The NYPD has awarded a $4.1 million contract to a Brooklyn tech start-up to ask residents: “How safe do you feel in your neighborhood?” After paying ...

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Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

Buckhorn Maplefest still scheduled amid coronavirus concerns; Petes’ season suspended Farm manager Erin McLean of McLean Berry Farm says the family is taking things on a "day-by-day" basis as it prepares to host its popular Maplefest b...

Mild winter spurs bears to emerge from hibernation earlier Multiple sightings in February and early March in Russia, Finland and the US, raising concerns of increased conflicts with humansAn unusually warm wi...

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Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

Nicaragua: After two years of crisis, more than 100,000 have fled the country Over the past two years, more than 100,000 people in Nicaragua have sought asylum abroad, reportedly fleeing persecution and human rights abuses, the...

Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

Coronavirus prompts Thunberg to move Friday climate rallies online Swedish teen Greta Thunberg, the founder of the Fridays for Future youth movement, on Wednesday called on fellow climate activists to move their week...

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Pentagon asks to reconsider massive cloud contract award amid Amazon challenge The Defense Department said in a filing that it wanted to take another look at some technical aspects of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure ...

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Tom Hanks gives coronavirus update with Rita Wilson: 'There's no crying in baseball' Tom Hanks confirmed on Instagram and Twitter Wednesday that he and wife Rita Wilson tested positive for coronavirus in Australia after feeling ill. &...

Buckhorn Maplefest still scheduled amid coronavirus concerns; Petes’ season suspended Farm manager Erin McLean of McLean Berry Farm says the family is taking things on a "day-by-day" basis as it prepares to host its popular Maplefest b...

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NYC coronavirus count stays at 95, city has no plans to shut down: de Blasio Mayor de Blasio said Friday the city’s coronavirus tally remained at 95, with no new cases overnight, as he insisted the Big Apple was not shut...

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How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

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Coronavirus prompts Thunberg to move Friday climate rallies online Swedish teen Greta Thunberg, the founder of the Fridays for Future youth movement, on Wednesday called on fellow climate activists to move their week...

Brazilian mountain farmers reap recognition, through UN heritage listing Farmers who gather flowers from the Espinhaço Mountain Range in Brazil received well-deserved recognition on Wednesday for their crucial role in enha...

Javier Pérez de Cuéllar praised as ‘accomplished statesman’ who had ‘profound impact’ on the world Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, the fifth United Nations Secretary-General, praised for his ability to foster dialogue and for leading the Organization thro...

Halifax textile designer pushing to create local fiber industry with help of farm 'In the past, we were the creators of all of our clothing,' says Jennifer Green, an assistant professor at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design....

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All About Justice S Muralidhar Who Said "Can't Let Another 1984 Happen" Hours before his transfer order on Wednesday, which the government says was routine after the Supreme Court collegium's recommendation on February 12...

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Tom Hanks gives coronavirus update with Rita Wilson: 'There's no crying in baseball' Tom Hanks confirmed on Instagram and Twitter Wednesday that he and wife Rita Wilson tested positive for coronavirus in Australia after feeling ill. &...

Buckhorn Maplefest still scheduled amid coronavirus concerns; Petes’ season suspended Farm manager Erin McLean of McLean Berry Farm says the family is taking things on a "day-by-day" basis as it prepares to host its popular Maplefest b...

De-escalate now, to steer Yemen off ‘precarious path’, UN Security Council hears Yemen is at a “critical juncture”, the UN Special Envoy for the country told the Security Council on Thursday. Speaking via video-link, Martin Griffi...

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Halifax textile designer pushing to create local fiber industry with help of farm 'In the past, we were the creators of all of our clothing,' says Jennifer Green, an assistant professor at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design....

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What Could Be Lurking on Your Airplane Seat? The bacteria count on the headrest and seat belt of Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero was in the billions and two out of four tray tabl...

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New York judge sentences former film producer Weinstein to 23 years in prison Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison on Wednesday following his sexual assault and rape conviction last month i...

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Sudan Prime Minister survives attempted assassination Sudan’s Prime Minister survived a reported assassination attempt in the capital Khartoum on Monday, tweeting after the incident that he was “safe and...

Mild winter spurs bears to emerge from hibernation earlier Multiple sightings in February and early March in Russia, Finland and the US, raising concerns of increased conflicts with humansAn unusually warm wi...

Fair Worker Gets Hands and Unemployed After Calling Guest the N-Word Under no circumstances is it okay for a white person to drop the hard-R. It’s a one-way ticket to catching all of the hands. A fair worker learned th...

TC Energy starts U.S. prep work for Keystone XL pipeline TC Energy said Wednesday it has started preliminary work along the route of the proposed Keystone XL oilsands pipeline through the U.S. in anticipati...

More support key for counter-terrorism in Africa, where ‘misogyny is at the heart of so many’ groups The UN Security Council on Wednesday called for greater international support to African countries in their continued fight against terrorism and vio...

TC Energy starts U.S. prep work for Keystone XL pipeline TC Energy said Wednesday it has started preliminary work along the route of the proposed Keystone XL oilsands pipeline through the U.S. in anticipati...

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Security Council resolution endorses moves towards long-sought Afghanistan peace The UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution on Tuesday afternoon welcoming recent steps towards ending the conflict in Afghanistan. All ...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Climate change: educating students to fight the crisis With the latest UN climate report containing worrying evidence that climate change is having a major effect on all aspects of the environment, how ca...

What Could Be Lurking on Your Airplane Seat? The bacteria count on the headrest and seat belt of Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero was in the billions and two out of four tray tabl...

Trump Administration Presses Cities to Evict Homeowners From Flood Zones The Trump administration is starting to insist that towns use eminent domain laws to force homeowners off flood-prone land. Notices are already going...

New York judge sentences former film producer Weinstein to 23 years in prison Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison on Wednesday following his sexual assault and rape conviction last month i...

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Warmer months ahead for many parts of the planet: UN weather agency Many parts of the world can expect above average temperatures in the coming months even without the presence of an El Niño event to drive warming, th...

Rising number of young people excluded from jobs, education and training The number of young people around the world who are neither employed, studying or in some kind of training, is on the rise, according to a new report...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Taliban talks with Afghan government to move forward as US troop withdrawal hangs in the balance Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is reportedly preparing to comply with a Taliban prisoner release that would trigger the start of intra-Afghan peace ta...

Sudan Prime Minister survives attempted assassination Sudan’s Prime Minister survived a reported assassination attempt in the capital Khartoum on Monday, tweeting after the incident that he was “safe and...

Monty Python's Silly Walk is exactly 6.7 times more silly than normal An analysis of a classic Monty Python sketch suggests the Minister of Silly Walks has a walking style 6.7 times more variable, or silly, than normal ...

Climate Change Affected Australia’s Wildfires, Scientists Confirm Human-caused climate change had an impact on Australia’s wildfires, a new attribution study confirms. The 30 percent figure they calculated is a mini...

Eerie photos show empty subway stations in NYC amid coronavirus panic The new coronavirus brought the unthinkable: a lonely New York City commute. Dramatic photos shot by a Post photographer show a nearly empty Times Sq...

Rising number of young people excluded from jobs, education and training The number of young people around the world who are neither employed, studying or in some kind of training, is on the rise, according to a new report...

Flagship UN study shows accelerating climate change on land, sea and in the atmosphere A wide-ranging UN climate report, released on Tuesday, shows that climate change is having a major effect on all aspects of the environment, as well ...

UN programme to help spare millions from child marriage, extended to 2023 Millions of girls have been able to avoid “an unwanted marriage and an unwelcome end to their childhood”, since the launch four years ago, of a joint...

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Security Council resolution endorses moves towards long-sought Afghanistan peace The UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution on Tuesday afternoon welcoming recent steps towards ending the conflict in Afghanistan. All ...

Weinstein lawyers seek five years in jail for sex crime conviction Lawyers for former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, who was convicted last month of rape and sexual assault, have asked a New York court to take ...

Security Council resolution endorses moves towards long-sought Afghanistan peace The UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution on Tuesday afternoon welcoming recent steps towards ending the conflict in Afghanistan. All ...

White House prepares to nominate Braithwaite as next Navy secretary If confirmed, Braithwaite would replace Richard Spencer, who President Donald Trump fired in late November over his handling of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie...

Monty Python's Silly Walk is exactly 6.7 times more silly than normal An analysis of a classic Monty Python sketch suggests the Minister of Silly Walks has a walking style 6.7 times more variable, or silly, than normal ...

Conservatives look to squash Trump bailout for oil industry Conservatives are pushing back against the possibility of the Trump administration providing federal aid to oil and gas producers grappling with a hi...

Weinstein to be sentenced for sex crimes after watershed #MeToo trial Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein, whose sexual assault conviction last month was hailed as a victory for the #MeToo movement against sexual mis...

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Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Guterres calls for ‘immediate and lasting’ end to Syria fighting as Turkey and Russia agree ceasefire The UN Secretary-General said on Thursday that he hoped the latest ceasefire agreement between Russia and Turkey to end fighting across Syria’s stric...

White House prepares to nominate Braithwaite as next Navy secretary If confirmed, Braithwaite would replace Richard Spencer, who President Donald Trump fired in late November over his handling of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Climate Change Affected Australia’s Wildfires, Scientists Confirm Human-caused climate change had an impact on Australia’s wildfires, a new attribution study confirms. The 30 percent figure they calculated is a mini...

Warmer months ahead for many parts of the planet: UN weather agency Many parts of the world can expect above average temperatures in the coming months even without the presence of an El Niño event to drive warming, th...

Rising number of young people excluded from jobs, education and training The number of young people around the world who are neither employed, studying or in some kind of training, is on the rise, according to a new report...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Taliban talks with Afghan government to move forward as US troop withdrawal hangs in the balance Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is reportedly preparing to comply with a Taliban prisoner release that would trigger the start of intra-Afghan peace ta...

Sudan Prime Minister survives attempted assassination Sudan’s Prime Minister survived a reported assassination attempt in the capital Khartoum on Monday, tweeting after the incident that he was “safe and...

Monty Python's Silly Walk is exactly 6.7 times more silly than normal An analysis of a classic Monty Python sketch suggests the Minister of Silly Walks has a walking style 6.7 times more variable, or silly, than normal ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

We shouldn't have to pay for Jack Dorsey's $40m estate when it crumbles into the sea | Adrian Daub By using public money to protect California homes from climate change, the state is transferring wealth from working-class people of color to white p...

We shouldn't have to pay for Jack Dorsey's $40m estate when it crumbles into the sea | Adrian Daub By using public money to protect California homes from climate change, the state is transferring wealth from working-class people of color to white p...

We shouldn't have to pay for Jack Dorsey's $40m estate when it crumbles into the sea | Adrian Daub By using public money to protect California homes from climate change, the state is transferring wealth from working-class people of color to white p...

DR Congo: Agencies appeal for funding for refugee support and Ebola response Urgent resources are needed to support countries in southern Africa and the Great Lakes region which are hosting more than 900,000 refugees and asylu...

Richard Carranza town hall canceled over coronavirus fears Coronavirus concerns have prompted a Manhattan parent advisory group to cancel a controversial town hall meeting in Chinatown with schools Chancellor...

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CPAC: No new virus cases and only a dozen touched by infected guest Officials in charge of the Conservative Political Action Conference said Monday that there have been no new cases of the coronavirus experienced by a...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Guterres calls for ‘immediate and lasting’ end to Syria fighting as Turkey and Russia agree ceasefire The UN Secretary-General said on Thursday that he hoped the latest ceasefire agreement between Russia and Turkey to end fighting across Syria’s stric...

White House prepares to nominate Braithwaite as next Navy secretary If confirmed, Braithwaite would replace Richard Spencer, who President Donald Trump fired in late November over his handling of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Climate Change Affected Australia’s Wildfires, Scientists Confirm Human-caused climate change had an impact on Australia’s wildfires, a new attribution study confirms. The 30 percent figure they calculated is a mini...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Publisher drops plans to release Woody Allen's memoir The publisher of filmmaker Woody Allen's forthcoming memoir said on Friday it had scrapped plans to release the book following criticism and a walkou...

How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

DR Congo: Agencies appeal for funding for refugee support and Ebola response Urgent resources are needed to support countries in southern Africa and the Great Lakes region which are hosting more than 900,000 refugees and asylu...

International Women’s Day: Gender equality benefits everyone The benefits of gender equality are not just for women and girls, but “for everyone whose lives will be changed by a fairer world”, the chief of UN W...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

We shouldn't have to pay for Jack Dorsey's $40m estate when it crumbles into the sea | Adrian Daub By using public money to protect California homes from climate change, the state is transferring wealth from working-class people of color to white p...

We shouldn't have to pay for Jack Dorsey's $40m estate when it crumbles into the sea | Adrian Daub By using public money to protect California homes from climate change, the state is transferring wealth from working-class people of color to white p...

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DR Congo: Agencies appeal for funding for refugee support and Ebola response Urgent resources are needed to support countries in southern Africa and the Great Lakes region which are hosting more than 900,000 refugees and asylu...

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Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

UK set to double funding for flood action, Treasury says Britain is expected to double spending on flood defenses to 5.2 billion pounds ($6.78 billion) when finance minister Rishi Sunak delivers his budget,...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

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Daily on Energy: Climate politics threaten bipartisan Senate energy bill meant to reach Trump's desk Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

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White House prepares to nominate Braithwaite as next Navy secretary If confirmed, Braithwaite would replace Richard Spencer, who President Donald Trump fired in late November over his handling of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie...

Trump administration seeks more time to respond to court ruling on biofuel waivers The Trump administration has requested an additional two weeks to respond to a federal court ruling that questioned the legitimacy of its controversi...

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‘Bad Santa’ wife says she deserves chunk of his $8M estate The estranged wife of New York City’s “Bad Santa” says she’s entitled to a chunk of his $8 million estate. Joel Krupnik, whose creepy Christmas displ...

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Guterres calls for ‘immediate and lasting’ end to Syria fighting as Turkey and Russia agree ceasefire The UN Secretary-General said on Thursday that he hoped the latest ceasefire agreement between Russia and Turkey to end fighting across Syria’s stric...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

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Guterres calls for ‘immediate and lasting’ end to Syria fighting as Turkey and Russia agree ceasefire The UN Secretary-General said on Thursday that he hoped the latest ceasefire agreement between Russia and Turkey to end fighting across Syria’s stric...

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Warmer months ahead for many parts of the planet: UN weather agency Many parts of the world can expect above average temperatures in the coming months even without the presence of an El Niño event to drive warming, th...

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Swamp's own: Biden a DC power broker longer than anyone As former Vice President Joe Biden moves to shore up enough delegates to elect him the Democratic presidential nominee, he is on the verge of becomin...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

International Women’s Day: Gender equality benefits everyone The benefits of gender equality are not just for women and girls, but “for everyone whose lives will be changed by a fairer world”, the chief of UN W...

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White House prepares to nominate Braithwaite as next Navy secretary If confirmed, Braithwaite would replace Richard Spencer, who President Donald Trump fired in late November over his handling of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie...

How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

Nuclear non-proliferation treaty an essential pillar for peace and security Countries meeting in New York next month to review progress on nuclear non-proliferation are being urged by the UN Secretary-General to use the oppor...

White House aims to appeal court decision that threatened refinery biofuel waivers: sources The Trump administration plans to appeal a federal court decision that called into question a program exempting small oil refineries from the nation'...

Bernie Sanders's pledge to ban oil exports could backfire One of the first actions a Bernie Sanders administration might take would be to reimpose a ban on U.S. crude oil exports. Still, it's not clear wheth...

60% of GOP say media using coronavirus as ‘tool to get Trump’: Rasmussen Most Republicans believe that the nonstop media coverage of the coronavirus, and hits that the White House has bumbled the scare, are aimed at knocki...

White House prepares to nominate Braithwaite as next Navy secretary If confirmed, Braithwaite would replace Richard Spencer, who President Donald Trump fired in late November over his handling of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie...

Gamifying hate: How alt-right extremists recruit and mobilise online Julia Ebner infiltrated the hidden forums that extremists use. Her experiences lay bare how they hijack social media and video games to spread hate –...

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Syria: UN food relief agency ‘doing everything we can’ to reach Idlib civilians Difficult winter weather conditions, road congestion and military manoeuvres are restricting humanitarian aid delivery to desperate civilians in the ...

Coronavirus in NYC: Two more cases confirmed in city, bringing total to 4 Two more people have been confirmed to have the coronavirus in New York City, Mayor de Blasio said Thursday – bringing the total number in the Big Ap...

Yemen: UN Population Fund stresses women’s needs, amidst world’s worst humanitarian crisis Intense clashes in Yemen’s Al Hazam City, this month have caused massive displacement with an estimated 1,800 families forced to flee their homes, ac...

Backed by industry, several U.S. states propose blocking cities from banning natural gas Lawmakers in at least five U.S. states have proposed bills since mid-February to prevent cities from banning natural gas as an energy source in new b...

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60% of GOP say media using coronavirus as ‘tool to get Trump’: Rasmussen Most Republicans believe that the nonstop media coverage of the coronavirus, and hits that the White House has bumbled the scare, are aimed at knocki...

Women and girls still vulnerable to HIV due to gender inequality: UNAIDS Gender discrimination and violence, as well as “huge” gaps in education, are among the factors why women and girls remain vulnerable to HIV, accordin...

How I went from selling MDMA to researching the science of its effects Christopher Medina-Kirchner used to be a drug dealer. Now he is a researcher looking at their effects, and says society's views on drugs and addictio...

Violent extremism prevention ‘only effective’ if human rights are enshrined Many global programmes aimed at countering violent extremism have negative impacts on human rights and may even ‘foster radicalization’ rather than p...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

White House prepares to nominate Braithwaite as next Navy secretary If confirmed, Braithwaite would replace Richard Spencer, who President Donald Trump fired in late November over his handling of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie...

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Declaring commitment to ‘peace and stability’ for Libya, top UN envoy steps down as stress takes its toll After serving more than two years as the UN’s Special Representative in charge of finding a way to a lasting peace in war-torn Libya, Ghassan Salamé ...

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Yemen: UN Population Fund stresses women’s needs, amidst world’s worst humanitarian crisis Intense clashes in Yemen’s Al Hazam City, this month have caused massive displacement with an estimated 1,800 families forced to flee their homes, ac...

Syria: UN food relief agency ‘doing everything we can’ to reach Idlib civilians Difficult winter weather conditions, road congestion and military manoeuvres are restricting humanitarian aid delivery to desperate civilians in the ...

Coronavirus in NYC: Two more cases confirmed in city, bringing total to 4 Two more people have been confirmed to have the coronavirus in New York City, Mayor de Blasio said Thursday – bringing the total number in the Big Ap...

Yemen: UN Population Fund stresses women’s needs, amidst world’s worst humanitarian crisis Intense clashes in Yemen’s Al Hazam City, this month have caused massive displacement with an estimated 1,800 families forced to flee their homes, ac...

Backed by industry, several U.S. states propose blocking cities from banning natural gas Lawmakers in at least five U.S. states have proposed bills since mid-February to prevent cities from banning natural gas as an energy source in new b...

World Wildlife Day: UN chief urges ‘more caring’ relationship with nature People everywhere need to remember that we depend on Mother Earth to survive, the UN chief said in his message for World Wildlife Day marked on Tuesd...

Javier Pérez de Cuéllar praised as ‘accomplished statesman’ who had ‘profound impact’ on the world Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, the fifth United Nations Secretary-General, praised for his ability to foster dialogue and for leading the Organization thro...

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House Republicans call on Trump to promote fossil fuel exports to curb climate change House Republicans led by Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy are pushing the White House to promote U.S. fossil fuel exports as a way to reduce global gre...

How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

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Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

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Declaring commitment to ‘peace and stability’ for Libya, top UN envoy steps down as stress takes its toll After serving more than two years as the UN’s Special Representative in charge of finding a way to a lasting peace in war-torn Libya, Ghassan Salamé ...

How I went from selling MDMA to researching the science of its effects Christopher Medina-Kirchner used to be a drug dealer. Now he is a researcher looking at their effects, and says society's views on drugs and addictio...

Declaring commitment to ‘peace and stability’ for Libya, top UN envoy steps down as stress takes its toll After serving more than two years as the UN’s Special Representative in charge of finding a way to a lasting peace in war-torn Libya, Ghassan Salamé ...

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A Trump Insider Embeds Climate Denial in Scientific Research An Interior Department official has pressed scientists to include misleading climate language—including debunked claims that increased carbon dioxide...

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Declaring commitment to ‘peace and stability’ for Libya, top UN envoy steps down as stress takes its toll After serving more than two years as the UN’s Special Representative in charge of finding a way to a lasting peace in war-torn Libya, Ghassan Salamé ...

Declaring commitment to ‘peace and stability’ for Libya, top UN envoy steps down as stress takes its toll After serving more than two years as the UN’s Special Representative in charge of finding a way to a lasting peace in war-torn Libya, Ghassan Salamé ...

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Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

No country is free from child sexual abuse, exploitation, UN’s top rights forum hears Child sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and the use of children in prostitution “are a reality in all parts of the world”, the Human Rights Council h...

How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

No country is free from child sexual abuse, exploitation, UN’s top rights forum hears Child sexual exploitation, sexual abuse and the use of children in prostitution “are a reality in all parts of the world”, the Human Rights Council h...

Declaring commitment to ‘peace and stability’ for Libya, top UN envoy steps down as stress takes its toll After serving more than two years as the UN’s Special Representative in charge of finding a way to a lasting peace in war-torn Libya, Ghassan Salamé ...

‘Critical’ window of opportunity closing fast in Iraq, Security Council hears Political leaders in Iraq will have to “step up to the plate” and prioritize national interests if the country is to realize a more just and prospero...

House Republicans call on Trump to promote fossil fuel exports to curb climate change House Republicans led by Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy are pushing the White House to promote U.S. fossil fuel exports as a way to reduce global gre...

How everyone decided trees will save the planet – and why they won’t Everyone seems to agree trees are a major solution to climate change, but there is a danger that mass reforestation could see us to continue pumping ...

Republicans are making noises on climate action. Some say it's just greenwashing Bills to meet environmental targets while feeding industry have the right pushing back and experts unconvincedRepublican lawmakers under pressure to ...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

World remains a ‘violent, highly discriminatory place’ for girls Twenty-five years after the historic Beijing women’s conference in China – a milestone in advancing equal rights – violence against women and girls i...

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White House prepares to nominate Braithwaite as next Navy secretary If confirmed, Braithwaite would replace Richard Spencer, who President Donald Trump fired in late November over his handling of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie...

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Use of religious beliefs to justify rights violations must be outlawed says UN expert Laws underpinned by religious conviction that discriminate against women and the LGBT+ community should be repealed, and gender-based violence carrie...

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Manitoba to push ahead with carbon tax challenge in court, says Premier Brian Pallister The Manitoba government is pushing ahead with a court challenge of the federal carbon tax although Premier Brian Pallister says he'd still like to se...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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Cross-border aid delivery in northwest Syria ‘absolutely essential’, Security Council hears Cross-border humanitarian deliveries from Turkey last month reached more people in northwest Syria than at any time since operations began more than ...

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We need to give voice to ‘We the Peoples’, says UN chief For an Organization that is seen as all too ready to give advice, the United Nations welcomed a major role reversal on Tuesday: young people from all...

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'It was everywhere': how lead is poisoning America's poorest children The toxin has endangered hundreds of thousands of kids. But parents in the hardest-hit neighborhoods may never be warned of the threatShanaya Ball di...

Actor Johnny Depp takes Sun newspaper to court in 'wife beater' libel case Hollywood star Johnny Depp appeared in a London court on Wednesday to hear his lawyer argue that Depp's ex-wife had lied when she accused him of beat...

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More funding needed to combat locust swarms ‘unprecedented in modern times’ Along with climate shocks, conflict and acute food insecurity, the East Africa region now faces a hunger threat from desert locusts, top UN relief of...

UN Convention that promotes mediation to resolve trade disputes moves closer to entry into force Singapore and Fiji have become the first countries to ratify a UN treaty that promotes mediation as an alternative and effective method for resolving...

A UN-backed boost for women-run businesses in the developing world Many women running small businesses in emerging markets in developing countries have to juggle their business objectives with family obligations and ...

House Approves Bill to Make Lynching a Federal Crime in Rare Bi-Partisan Vote Our political process has felt dysfunctional for over a decade now. It seems far rarer than it should that the parties in power actually come togethe...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Who Is the Face of Italy? The Movement to Reform Italian Citizenship Law Makes a Fashion Statement One day in July 2017, I was leading a media studies class I teach every summer in Rome on a field trip to the television studios of RAI, Italy’s nati...

Lori Loughlin's attorneys say new evidence proves innocence in college admissions scandal A lawyer for Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli says "This is precisely the kind of exculpatory... information defendants have been seeking."  ...

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More funding needed to combat locust swarms ‘unprecedented in modern times’ Along with climate shocks, conflict and acute food insecurity, the East Africa region now faces a hunger threat from desert locusts, top UN relief of...

More funding needed to combat locust swarms ‘unprecedented in modern times’ Along with climate shocks, conflict and acute food insecurity, the East Africa region now faces a hunger threat from desert locusts, top UN relief of...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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A UN-backed boost for women-run businesses in the developing world Many women running small businesses in emerging markets have to juggle their business objectives with family obligations and personal savings goals. ...

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Actor Johnny Depp takes Sun newspaper to court in 'wife beater' libel case Hollywood star Johnny Depp appeared in a London court on Wednesday to hear his lawyer argue that Depp's ex-wife had lied when she accused him of beat...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

More funding needed to combat locust swarms ‘unprecedented in modern times’ Along with climate shocks, conflict and acute food insecurity, the East Africa region now faces a hunger threat from desert locusts, top UN relief of...

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More funding needed to combat locust swarms ‘unprecedented in modern times’ Along with climate shocks, conflict and acute food insecurity, the East Africa region now faces a hunger threat from desert locusts, top UN relief of...

More funding needed to combat locust swarms ‘unprecedented in modern times’ Along with climate shocks, conflict and acute food insecurity, the East Africa region now faces a hunger threat from desert locusts, top UN relief of...

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Lush island landscape in Polish lake captured from above To find subjects to photograph, Kacper Kowalski takes to the air in a paramotor or gyrocopter, barely steering to allow the wind to dictate the direc...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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Escalating Burkina Faso violence brings wider Sahel displacement emergency into focus Deadly attacks on villages in Burkina Faso have forced 150,000 people to flee in just the last three weeks, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Fri...

UN chief appeals for end to Syria’s ‘man-made humanitarian nightmare’ In a tersely delivered statement on Friday, the UN Secretary-General appealed for an end to the “man-made humanitarian nightmare” currently unfolding...

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'Anti-Greta' teen activist to speak at biggest US conservatives conference Naomi Seibt, who tells YouTube followers that Thunberg and other climate activists are whipping up hysteria, to speak at CPACA German teenager dubbed...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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UN chief appeals for end to Syria’s ‘man-made humanitarian nightmare’ In a tersely delivered statement on Friday, the UN Secretary-General appealed for an end to the “man-made humanitarian nightmare” currently unfolding...

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Why the human race may be less gullible than you think Many classic psychology experiments have found humans to be pretty gullible. But book Not Born Yesterday argues that such a trait runs against the lo...

UN chief appeals for end to Syria’s ‘man-made humanitarian nightmare’ In a tersely delivered statement on Friday, the UN Secretary-General appealed for an end to the “man-made humanitarian nightmare” currently unfolding...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

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Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

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Why the human race may be less gullible than you think Many classic psychology experiments have found humans to be pretty gullible. But book Not Born Yesterday argues that such a trait runs against the lo...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

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UN chief appeals for end to Syria’s ‘man-made humanitarian nightmare’ In a tersely delivered statement on Friday, the UN Secretary-General appealed for an end to the “man-made humanitarian nightmare” currently unfolding...

NYPD’s Internal Affairs accused of focusing on plugging media leaks, not dirty cops Members of the NYPD’s corruption-busting Internal Affairs Bureau have been reduced to little more than plumbers of late, with the unit focused on plu...

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UN chief appeals for end to Syria’s ‘man-made humanitarian nightmare’ In a tersely delivered statement on Friday, the UN Secretary-General appealed for an end to the “man-made humanitarian nightmare” currently unfolding...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Montenegro introduces cap and trade scheme for major CO2 emitters The European Union's energy watchdog praised Montenegro on Monday for introducing legislation to limit the emission of greenhouse gases (GHG) as well...

UN chief welcomes South Sudan’s Unity government, lauds parties for ‘significant achievement’ United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres welcomed on Saturday the establishment of the Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU) in ...

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Why the human race may be less gullible than you think Many classic psychology experiments have found humans to be pretty gullible. But book Not Born Yesterday argues that such a trait runs against the lo...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

UN chief welcomes South Sudan’s Unity government, lauds parties for ‘significant achievement’ United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres welcomed on Saturday the establishment of the Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU) in ...

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Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

Why the human race may be less gullible than you think Many classic psychology experiments have found humans to be pretty gullible. But book Not Born Yesterday argues that such a trait runs against the lo...

Man struck by 6 train at East Village subway stop: cops A man was struck by a train early Sunday in Manhattan, according to police. The victim, who police believe is in his thirties, was hit by an oncoming...

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'Haven't seen that analysis': National security adviser contradicts reports on Russia helping Trump reelection National security adviser Robert O'Brien disputed reports on intelligence officials warning House lawmakers of Russia's attempts to interfere in the ...

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White House Report Card: Trump winning the Democratic race President Trump had a mixed week, raising some controversy with a series of pardons and commutations and his reaction to new reports of Russian elect...

'Haven't seen that analysis': National security adviser contradicts reports on Russia helping Trump reelection National security adviser Robert O'Brien disputed reports on intelligence officials warning House lawmakers of Russia's attempts to interfere in the ...

Climate change takes toll on Zimbabwe’s natural habitat, UN deputy chief observes Alongside the human population, Africa’s animals are suffering greatly from the effects of climate change, which United Nations Deputy Secretary Gene...

UN chief welcomes South Sudan’s Unity government, lauds parties for ‘significant achievement’ United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres welcomed on Saturday the establishment of the Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU) in ...

Escalating Burkina Faso violence brings wider Sahel displacement emergency into focus Deadly attacks on villages in Burkina Faso have forced 150,000 people to flee in just the last three weeks, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Fri...

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Protecting migratory species in a rapidly changing world Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds. How best to protect them in a rapi...

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UN chief welcomes South Sudan’s Unity government, lauds parties for ‘significant achievement’ United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres welcomed on Saturday the establishment of the Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU) in ...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Situation in central Mali ‘deteriorating’ as violence, impunity rise, UN rights expert warns The growing violence has contributed to a deteriorating security situation in central Mali, with impunity being one of the aggravating factors, an in...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

UN must continue to be a forum for dialogue on decolonization: Guterres With 17 non-self-governing territories remaining worldwide, the United Nations must continue to be the place where their concerns can be heard, the S...

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UN chief appeals for end to Syria’s ‘man-made humanitarian nightmare’ In a tersely delivered statement on Friday, the UN Secretary-General appealed for an end to the “man-made humanitarian nightmare” currently unfolding...

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

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Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

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Escalating Burkina Faso violence brings wider Sahel displacement emergency into focus Deadly attacks on villages in Burkina Faso have forced 150,000 people to flee in just the last three weeks, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Fri...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

Mike Bloomberg under fire for using 'snazzy ads' to mask weak climate plan Candidate has offered few details on how he would he achieve goals as climate plan lags behind Democratic rivalsMike Bloomberg has donated hundreds o...

Daily on Energy: Democrats vie for Nevada caucusgoers invested in curbing climate change Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Protecting migratory species in a rapidly changing world Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds. How best to protect them in a rapi...

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UN must continue to be a forum for dialogue on decolonization: Guterres With 17 non-self-governing territories remaining worldwide, the United Nations must continue to be the place where their concerns can be heard, the S...

Afghanistan: Civilian casualties exceed 10,000 for sixth straight year More than 10,000 civilians in Afghanistan were killed and injured last year, according to a new United Nations report that details record-high levels...

Protecting migratory species in a rapidly changing world Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds. How best to protect them in a rapi...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Jurors in Weinstein trial focus on 'Sopranos' actress Sciorra New York jurors weighing rape and sexual assault charges against former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein ended their third day of deliberations by...

Warmest January Ever Puts 2020 on Track to Be One of Top 10 Hottest Years Global average temperatures for the month were 2.05 degrees Fahrenheit above average and slightly higher than in January 2016, the previous record-ho...

‘Deliberate starvation’ tactics used in South Sudan could be a war crime The people of South Sudan have been “deliberately starved” in different parts of the country for ethnic and political reasons, and sexual violence ag...

Daily on Energy: Democrats vie for Nevada caucusgoers invested in curbing climate change Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Protecting migratory species in a rapidly changing world Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds. How best to protect them in a rapi...

As Florida, Georgia battle over water, panhandle oystermen struggle to survive Standing in his boat in Florida's Apalachicola Bay, Michael Dasher lowered a long pair of tongs into the water, pulling up a muddy mass of oysters th...

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

UN chief appeals for end to Syria’s ‘man-made humanitarian nightmare’ In a tersely delivered statement on Friday, the UN Secretary-General appealed for an end to the “man-made humanitarian nightmare” currently unfolding...

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

UN launches new project to address link between terrorism, arms and crime Cheap and easily accessible small arms are increasingly becoming the “weapon of choice” for many terrorist groups, the UN counter-terrorism chief tol...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Mike Bloomberg under fire for using 'snazzy ads' to mask weak climate plan Candidate has offered few details on how he would he achieve goals as climate plan lags behind Democratic rivalsMike Bloomberg has donated hundreds o...

Escalating Burkina Faso violence brings wider Sahel displacement emergency into focus Deadly attacks on villages in Burkina Faso have forced 150,000 people to flee in just the last three weeks, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Fri...

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Daily on Energy: Democrats vie for Nevada caucusgoers invested in curbing climate change Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Regina may have the most radon-exposed population in the world: researcher The Prairies have the second highest radon levels in the world, behind only Poland, according to new research that shows the story gets worse for Sas...

Fires and climate fears rattle Australia's giant coal lobby As bushfires and floods fuel public concerns in Australia about global warming, the country's powerful mining lobby is facing increasing pressure fro...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

End hostilities, ‘preserve lives’: UN refugee chief makes appeal for people trapped in Syria’s Idlib As the already dire situation in north-west Syria dramatically continues to worsen in Idlib province, the head of the United Nations refugee agency c...

Tapas Pal Could Never Shake Off Character He Played In His First Film Bengali actor-politician Tapas Pal, who died of a cardiac arrest at 61, will be remembered as Kedar Chatterjee. That is the name of the character the...

‘Deliberate starvation’ tactics used in South Sudan could be a war crime The people of South Sudan have been “deliberately starved” in different parts of the country for ethnic and political reasons, and sexual violence ag...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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‘Deliberate starvation’ tactics used in South Sudan could be a war crime The people of South Sudan have been “deliberately starved” in different parts of the country for ethnic and political reasons, and sexual violence ag...

Daily on Energy: Democrats vie for Nevada caucusgoers invested in curbing climate change Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

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Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

De Blasio booed, heckled at contentious Queens town hall Bronx cheers rained down on Mayor Bill de Blasio in Queens during a raucous town hall Wednesday night. The mayor was met with boos from residents mad...

Fires and climate fears rattle Australia's giant coal lobby As bushfires and floods fuel public concerns in Australia about global warming, the country's powerful mining lobby is facing increasing pressure fro...

Reports Of Amari Cooper Being Shot Have Been Greatly Exaggerated Truth is a fickle thing in this day and age. One of the darkest and strangest phenomena to occur in the age of social media is the death hoax; where ...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Regina may have the most radon-exposed population in the world: researcher The Prairies have the second highest radon levels in the world, behind only Poland, according to new research that shows the story gets worse for Sas...

Fires and climate fears rattle Australia's giant coal lobby As bushfires and floods fuel public concerns in Australia about global warming, the country's powerful mining lobby is facing increasing pressure fro...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

End hostilities, ‘preserve lives’: UN refugee chief makes appeal for people trapped in Syria’s Idlib As the already dire situation in north-west Syria dramatically continues to worsen in Idlib province, the head of the United Nations refugee agency c...

Tapas Pal Could Never Shake Off Character He Played In His First Film Bengali actor-politician Tapas Pal, who died of a cardiac arrest at 61, will be remembered as Kedar Chatterjee. That is the name of the character the...

‘Deliberate starvation’ tactics used in South Sudan could be a war crime The people of South Sudan have been “deliberately starved” in different parts of the country for ethnic and political reasons, and sexual violence ag...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Jurors in Weinstein trial focus on 'Sopranos' actress Sciorra New York jurors weighing rape and sexual assault charges against former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein ended their third day of deliberations by...

Daily on Energy: How coronavirus sharply cut Chinese emissions Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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Millions of children and families in Niger struggle as humanitarian needs mount – UNICEF Malnutrition, disease, floods, droughts and displacement in Niger have put nearly three million people, more than half of them children, in need of h...

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

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Regina may have the most radon-exposed population in the world: researcher The Prairies have the second highest radon levels in the world, behind only Poland, according to new research that shows the story gets worse for Sas...

UN rights experts ‘gravely’ concerned at spike in civilian casualties in north-west Myanmar following internet shutdown Independent UN human rights experts on Tuesday voiced grave concern over the killing and displacement of civilians in north-west Myanmar during the i...

Tapas Pal Could Never Shake Off Character He Played In His First Film Bengali actor-politician Tapas Pal, who died of a cardiac arrest at 61, will be remembered as Kedar Chatterjee. That is the name of the character the...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Holocaust survivors rebuild lives and traditions in Rio de Janeiro With millions of people displaced from their homes worldwide, a UN ceremony celebrating Holocaust survivors in Brazil, has provided a stark reminder ...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

De Blasio booed, heckled at contentious Queens town hall Bronx cheers rained down on Mayor Bill de Blasio in Queens during a raucous town hall Wednesday night. The mayor was met with boos from residents mad...

Fires and climate fears rattle Australia's giant coal lobby As bushfires and floods fuel public concerns in Australia about global warming, the country's powerful mining lobby is facing increasing pressure fro...

Reports Of Amari Cooper Being Shot Have Been Greatly Exaggerated Truth is a fickle thing in this day and age. One of the darkest and strangest phenomena to occur in the age of social media is the death hoax; where ...

Signal Is Finally Bringing Its Secure Messaging to the Masses The encryption app is putting a $50 million infusion from WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton to good use, building out features to help it go mainstream....

At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

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Millions of children and families in Niger struggle as humanitarian needs mount – UNICEF Malnutrition, disease, floods, droughts and displacement in Niger have put nearly three million people, more than half of them children, in need of h...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

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Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

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Millions of children and families in Niger struggle as humanitarian needs mount – UNICEF Malnutrition, disease, floods, droughts and displacement in Niger have put nearly three million people, more than half of them children, in need of h...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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At Stockholm road safety summit, UN officials join global call to end ‘scourge’ of preventable deaths Road traffic accidents take some 1.35 million lives every year and cost most countries three per cent of their gross domestic product, the top UN hea...

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Regina may have the most radon-exposed population in the world: researcher The Prairies have the second highest radon levels in the world, behind only Poland, according to new research that shows the story gets worse for Sas...

UN rights experts ‘gravely’ concerned at spike in civilian casualties in north-west Myanmar following internet shutdown Independent UN human rights experts on Tuesday voiced grave concern over the killing and displacement of civilians in north-west Myanmar during the i...

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Washington state takes bold step to restrict companies from bottling local water State senate passes bill to ban new permits for water bottling operations, calling process ‘detrimental to public welfare’Washington has taken a majo...

Professor's Lawsuit Over Using Transgender Pronouns Is Dismissed by Judge I really don’t understand transphobes’ devotion to not using someone’s preferred pronouns. It’s literally one of the easiest things to do....

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Tapas Pal Could Never Shake Off Character He Played In His First Film Bengali actor-politician Tapas Pal, who died of a cardiac arrest at 61, will be remembered as Kedar Chatterjee. That is the name of the character the...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Hope for ‘long-elusive progress’ in negotiating peace in eastern Ukraine Marking the fifth anniversary of the 2015 Minsk II agreement, the UN political chief told the Security Council on Tuesday, that along with the Minsk ...

Protecting migratory species in a rapidly changing world Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds. How best to protect them in a rapi...

Millions of children and families in Niger struggle as humanitarian needs mount – UNICEF Malnutrition, disease, floods, droughts and displacement in Niger have put nearly three million people, more than half of them children, in need of h...

New South Wales in Australia is easing water restrictions following heavy rains Water supplies were tainted by ash and fire debris after the state's worst ever wildfires, which burnt through millions of acres of bushland and kill...

Iraq: Education access still a challenge in former ISIL-controlled areas More than two years after the defeat of ISIL in Iraq, some children in areas formerly controlled by the terrorist group still cannot access school or...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Judge warns Weinstein defense lawyer not to talk to media after op-ed on trial The judge in the Harvey Weinstein rape case on Tuesday warned his lead defense lawyer that she must not talk to the press until the jury has reached ...

Daily on Energy: The Trump administration struggles with regulatory rollback math Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Blind man lost in freezing woods for 33 hours found by police drone Richard Doty, 62, found himself trapped in the woods near his home in Enfield after he became "disoriented due to medical conditions," Enfield police...

Ashraf Ghani declared winner of Afghan election after contentious five-month delay President Ashraf Ghani has been declared the winner of Afghanistan’s presidential election after months of delay and accusations of fraud by oppositi...

Sharon Osbourne debuts dramatic 'platinum blonde' transformation after years of rocking red hair "The Talk" host Sharon Osbourne is showing off a new transformation: a head of white (or, "platinum blonde") hair after years of rocking dark red. &#...

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Yemen: Recent uptick in fighting contradicts desire for peace A recent escalation in fighting between warring parties in Yemen contradicts their stated desire to peacefully end nearly five years of conflict, UN ...

Washington state takes bold step to restrict companies from bottling local water State senate passes bill to ban new permits for water bottling operations, calling process ‘detrimental to public welfare’Washington has taken a majo...

Professor's Lawsuit Over Using Transgender Pronouns Is Dismissed by Judge I really don’t understand transphobes’ devotion to not using someone’s preferred pronouns. It’s literally one of the easiest things to do....

All You Need To Know About Imran Hussain, Delhi's Minister Designate Imran Hussain, the Ballimaran MLA, has been retained as a Cabinet minister in the Arvind Kejriwal government. He will take oath of office on Sunday a...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Database of businesses linked to Israeli settlements ‘important initial step’ towards accountability: rights expert A database of 112 businesses connected to Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory has been hailed by an independent human rights ex...

Developer forced to ‘behead’ building decades before UWS fight How do you even lop 20 stories off a nearly completed building? There is precedent in New York City for officials to take the rare and draconian step...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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New South Wales in Australia is easing water restrictions following heavy rains Water supplies were tainted by ash and fire debris after the state's worst ever wildfires, which burnt through millions of acres of bushland and kill...

Iraq: Education access still a challenge in former ISIL-controlled areas More than two years after the defeat of ISIL in Iraq, some children in areas formerly controlled by the terrorist group still cannot access school or...

Radioactive material ‘a magnet for groups with malicious intent’, warns UN nuclear watchdog chief Government ministers and other high-level representatives from more than 140 countries, on Monday adopted a new declaration to enhance global nuclear...

Judge warns Weinstein defense lawyer not to talk to media after op-ed on trial The judge in the Harvey Weinstein rape case on Tuesday warned his lead defense lawyer that she must not talk to the press until the jury has reached ...

Daily on Energy: The Trump administration struggles with regulatory rollback math Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Blind man lost in freezing woods for 33 hours found by police drone Richard Doty, 62, found himself trapped in the woods near his home in Enfield after he became "disoriented due to medical conditions," Enfield police...

Ashraf Ghani declared winner of Afghan election after contentious five-month delay President Ashraf Ghani has been declared the winner of Afghanistan’s presidential election after months of delay and accusations of fraud by oppositi...

Wrestling coach who worked at 15 New Jersey schools charged with sex assault of teen A middle school teacher in New Jersey, who has coached wrestling at 15 schools in the state, was arrested for sexually assaulting a teenager, reports...

Guinea-Bissau: Swearing-in of new President unlikely to bring stability, says UN representative Political discord in Guinea-Bissau could hamper the first-ever peaceful transfer of power to a democratically elected leader, the top UN official in ...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Database of businesses linked to Israeli settlements ‘important initial step’ towards accountability: rights expert A database of 112 businesses connected to Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory has been hailed by an independent human rights ex...

Developer forced to ‘behead’ building decades before UWS fight How do you even lop 20 stories off a nearly completed building? There is precedent in New York City for officials to take the rare and draconian step...

Model Says Photographer Hid Camera Inside Her Bathroom: 'It Literally Made Me Sick' Zoe Klopfer alleges a photographer she knew placed a hidden camera designed to look like an iPhone charger in her bathroom and recorded videos of her...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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German court halts site preparation for Tesla factory after environmental group appeals The Higher Administrative Court for Berlin-Brandenburg ordered Tesla to stop clearing trees on the wooded site near Berlin until it considers an appe...

Victim-centred laws ‘paramount’ to combat online sexual abuse against children Comprehensive national strategies are urgently needed to prevent child sexual abuse online and other Internet issues for children, independent UN hum...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

Hair Love Across the Nation: 3 States Passed Laws Ending Black Hair Discrimination Within a Week We’ve all seen or heard of stories about black children being pulled out of class and black employees having their jobs placed in jeopardy over their...

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Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Wrestling coach who worked at 15 New Jersey schools charged with sex assault of teen A middle school teacher in New Jersey, who has coached wrestling at 15 schools in the state, was arrested for sexually assaulting a teenager, reports...

Guinea-Bissau: Swearing-in of new President unlikely to bring stability, says UN representative Political discord in Guinea-Bissau could hamper the first-ever peaceful transfer of power to a democratically elected leader, the top UN official in ...

Trump’s Path to Weaker Fuel Efficiency Rules May Lead to a Dead End President Trump’s long-promised rollback of Obama-era fuel economy standards may not be completed until this summer, and may not be tenable even then...

After Northern Pulp mill closure, anxiety mounts in rural N.S. communities dependent on forestry The province's forestry industry had been shipping between 35 and 40 per cent of harvested pulpwood - the portions of a tree that can't be used for l...

Hair Love Across the Nation: 3 States Passed Laws Ending Black Hair Discrimination Within a Week We’ve all seen or heard of stories about black children being pulled out of class and black employees having their jobs placed in jeopardy over their...

Color Out of Space: Another Nicolas Cage film that's so bad it's good Nicolas Cage grapples with a weird luminous alien presence in the movie Color Out of Space. It's a story that has roots in a late-19th-century obsess...

Database of businesses linked to Israeli settlements ‘important initial step’ towards accountability: rights expert A database of 112 businesses connected to Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory has been hailed by an independent human rights ex...

Holocaust survivors rebuild lives and traditions in Rio de Janeiro With millions of people displaced from their homes worldwide, a UN ceremony celebrating Holocaust survivors in Brazil, has provided a stark reminder ...

This Could Be Growing on Your Towels Using a standard testing procedure, we swabbed towels with sterilized bacti-swabs and sent them off to Micrim Labs in Davey, Florida. The results wer...

Vital Idlib aid deliveries resume after ‘heavy bombing’ - WFP Urgently-needed aid deliveries to embattled civilians in north-west Syria have started again after a day-long break in distributions caused by escala...

All You Need To Know About Imran Hussain, Delhi's Minister Designate Imran Hussain, the Ballimaran MLA, has been retained as a Cabinet minister in the Arvind Kejriwal government. He will take oath of office on Sunday a...

Daily on Energy: Climate change is gaining on the economy as a top issue Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Signal Is Finally Bringing Its Secure Messaging to the Masses The encryption app is putting a $50 million infusion from WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton to good use, building out features to help it go mainstream....

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Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

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Daily on Energy: Climate change is gaining on the economy as a top issue Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Signal Is Finally Bringing Its Secure Messaging to the Masses The encryption app is putting a $50 million infusion from WhatsApp cofounder Brian Acton to good use, building out features to help it go mainstream....

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'Like mosquitoes': Extinction Rebellion plans surprises for City of London Activist group Extinction Rebellion plans to send mosquito-like swarms of protesters to disrupt financial, accountancy and media firms in London this...

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Flights canceled amid flood alerts as second storm in week hits Britain The second storm in a week hit Britain on Saturday, prompting flooding alerts for many parts of the country and disrupting flights and train services...

Pentagon to shift $3.8B for fighter planes, ships toward border wall The shift in funding marks a new phase for the administration, which until now had used money set for military construction and counterdrug operation...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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Pepto Bismol and cattle manure: University of Saskatchewan gets $7M for livestock research Researchers with the University of Saskatchewan have received about $7 million to study how to improve livestock’s health, and make farming more envi...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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Daily on Energy: Climate change is gaining on the economy as a top issue Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

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Vital Idlib aid deliveries resume after ‘heavy bombing’ - WFP Urgently-needed aid deliveries to embattled civilians in north-west Syria have started again after a day-long break in distributions caused by escala...

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Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Vital Idlib aid deliveries resume after ‘heavy bombing’ - WFP Urgently-needed aid deliveries to embattled civilians in north-west Syria have started again after a day-long break in distributions caused by escala...

Pepto Bismol and cattle manure: University of Saskatchewan gets $7M for livestock research Researchers with the University of Saskatchewan have received about $7 million to study how to improve livestock’s health, and make farming more envi...

Ladies and Gentlemen, We Present Your 2020 NBA All-Star Weekend Preview Each year, millions of people forgo Cupid and his machinations to descend upon the NBA’s host city of choice in favor of something we all know and lo...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Database of businesses linked to Israeli settlements ‘important initial step’ towards accountability: rights expert A database of 112 businesses connected to Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory has been hailed by an independent human rights ex...

Daily on Energy: Climate change is gaining on the economy as a top issue Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

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Facebook's Bug Bounty Caught a Data-Stealing Spree A few months ago, the company disclosed that apps were siphoning data from up to 9.5 million of its users. It only found out thanks to a bug bounty s...

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Australia's most populous state says fires contained for the first time in nearly six months Fires across Australia's most populous state are now contained for the first time in nearly six months, authorities said on Friday, as heavy rains ai...

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Actor Jussie Smollett charged again related to alleged staging of hate crime Former "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett was charged on Tuesday in a six-count felony indictment accusing him of staging a phony hate crime in Chicago, ...

Actor Jussie Smollett charged again related to alleged staging of hate crime Former "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett was charged on Tuesday in a six-count felony indictment accusing him of staging a phony hate crime in Chicago, ...

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No clear path to wide adoption of electric vehicles, researchers warn One of the biggest unanswered questions in the next decade is how quickly the United States can decarbonize the transportation sector, researchers fr...

‘We must all do more’ to protect children in armed conflict: UN chief On the International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers, UN Secretary-General António Guterres emphasized the need to integrate child protection i...

The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

Republicans threaten reprisals as House Democratic chairman gets subpoena power Democrats said they need the power to overcome the administration's "stonewalling." The Interior secretary responded: "Godspeed with the witch hunt."...

Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

Facebook's Bug Bounty Caught a Data-Stealing Spree A few months ago, the company disclosed that apps were siphoning data from up to 9.5 million of its users. It only found out thanks to a bug bounty s...

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Australia's most populous state says fires contained for the first time in nearly six months Fires across Australia's most populous state are now contained for the first time in nearly six months, authorities said on Friday, as heavy rains ai...

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Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

Actor Jussie Smollett charged again related to alleged staging of hate crime Former "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett was charged on Tuesday in a six-count felony indictment accusing him of staging a phony hate crime in Chicago, ...

Actor Jussie Smollett charged again related to alleged staging of hate crime Former "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett was charged on Tuesday in a six-count felony indictment accusing him of staging a phony hate crime in Chicago, ...

Deputy PM Freeland physically blocked by demonstrators ahead of meeting with Halifax mayor Blockades have been occurring across Canada in support of Wet’suwet’en First Nation's fight against the Coastal GasLink pipeline project, which cross...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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No clear path to wide adoption of electric vehicles, researchers warn One of the biggest unanswered questions in the next decade is how quickly the United States can decarbonize the transportation sector, researchers fr...

No clear path to wide adoption of electric vehicles, researchers warn One of the biggest unanswered questions in the next decade is how quickly the United States can decarbonize the transportation sector, researchers fr...

‘We must all do more’ to protect children in armed conflict: UN chief On the International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers, UN Secretary-General António Guterres emphasized the need to integrate child protection i...

The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Daily on Energy: Trump budget runs counter to congressional GOP climate plans Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Daily on Energy: Trump budget runs counter to congressional GOP climate plans Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Daily on Energy: Trump budget runs counter to congressional GOP climate plans Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Trump’s ‘accomplishments,’ 319 so far, drive voters to support him President Trump’s success at making good on hundreds of campaign promises is helping to drive voters to support his reelection, according to a new su...

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UN underlines need for dialogue to resolve Israel-Palestine conflict Rising tensions and instability across the globe, particularly in the Middle East, underscore the need to resolve the decades-long conflict between I...

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Teenage girls' education, ‘an indispensable foundation’ for achieving development goals: Guterres Promoting education for adolescent girls is an “indispensable foundation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”, Secretary-General António ...

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After the wildfires: tourist firms in California's wine country say no one is coming Businesses are still struggling months after a massive wildfire hit Sonoma county and prompted widespread evacuations and panicLike so many other win...

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Pele is depressed, reclusive due to health issues, says son Brazilian soccer great Pele is depressed over his poor health and reluctant to leave the house because he cannot walk unaided, his son Edinho said in...

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Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Daily on Energy: Trump budget runs counter to congressional GOP climate plans Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Daily on Energy: Trump budget runs counter to congressional GOP climate plans Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Daily on Energy: Trump budget runs counter to congressional GOP climate plans Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

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Malaysian palm giant bars suppliers amid deforestation worries Sime Darby Plantation, the world's largest palm oil planter, has suspended two Malaysian suppliers for failing to meet its environmental standards an...

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Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Hospitals in Yemen attacked, disrupting healthcare for thousands of vulnerable civilians Attacks on health facilities in Yemen’s Marib province, East of the capital Sana’a, have left some 15,000 people – many of them displaced from other ...

Pele is depressed, reclusive due to health issues, says son Brazilian soccer great Pele is depressed over his poor health and reluctant to leave the house because he cannot walk unaided, his son Edinho said in...

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Pele is depressed, reclusive due to health issues, says son Brazilian soccer great Pele is depressed over his poor health and reluctant to leave the house because he cannot walk unaided, his son Edinho said in...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Hospitals in Yemen attacked, disrupting healthcare for thousands of vulnerable civilians Attacks on health facilities in Yemen’s Marib province, East of the capital Sana’a, have left some 15,000 people – many of them displaced from other ...

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Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Hospitals in Yemen attacked, disrupting healthcare for thousands of vulnerable civilians Attacks on health facilities in Yemen’s Marib province, East of the capital Sana’a, have left some 15,000 people – many of them displaced from other ...

What would our lives be like if Amazon or Tinder ran an entire city? A sci-fi collection explores extreme corporate futures, such as a Tinder-run city where you can swipe left or right for everything from sex to teache...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Power to the people: Bernie calls for federal takeover of electricity production Sanders wants federally owned utilities to build massive amounts of wind and solar to compete with private generators, but critics say that would com...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Fake rowing résumé allegedly calls Lori Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade 'highly talented' The rowing résumé that describes its subject as 'highly talented' was allegedly fabricated for Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli's daughter.  ...

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Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Daily on Energy: Trump budget reflects sensitivity to environmental politics Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Pele is depressed, reclusive due to health issues, says son Brazilian soccer great Pele is depressed over his poor health and reluctant to leave the house because he cannot walk unaided, his son Edinho said in...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

New York Sues Trump Administration Over Global Entry Last week, the Trump administration abruptly issued a ban on Global Entry for New York citizens as a result of recent laws in support of undocumented...

Pele is depressed, reclusive due to health issues, says son Brazilian soccer great Pele is depressed over his poor health and reluctant to leave the house because he cannot walk unaided, his son Edinho said in...

Krishna Tirath, Congress Candidate From Delhi's Patel Nagar Krishna Tirath, a union minister in the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government, is the Congress's candidate from Patel Nagar. The leader had re...

Moscow ‘cannot ignore’ NATO Readiness Initiative, Russian diplomat says An initiative to ensure that NATO forces can respond quickly to any Russian offensive in Eastern Europe is a cause for “grave concern,” according to ...

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Bayer asks California court to reverse $86 million Roundup cancer verdict Bayer AG has asked a California appeals court to overturn an $86 million verdict that found it was responsible for a couple's cancer caused by its gl...

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The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Hospitals in Yemen attacked, disrupting healthcare for thousands of vulnerable civilians Attacks on health facilities in Yemen’s Marib province, East of the capital Sana’a, have left some 15,000 people – many of them displaced from other ...

What would our lives be like if Amazon or Tinder ran an entire city? A sci-fi collection explores extreme corporate futures, such as a Tinder-run city where you can swipe left or right for everything from sex to teache...

After the wildfires: tourist firms in California's wine country say no one is coming Businesses are still struggling months after a massive wildfire hit Sonoma county and prompted widespread evacuations and panicLike so many other win...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

Power to the people: Bernie calls for federal takeover of electricity production Sanders wants federally owned utilities to build massive amounts of wind and solar to compete with private generators, but critics say that would com...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Fake rowing résumé allegedly calls Lori Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade 'highly talented' The rowing résumé that describes its subject as 'highly talented' was allegedly fabricated for Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli's daughter.  ...

Lenox Hill may ditch apartment tower meant to pay for hospital overhaul Northwell Health is looking to scrap its controversial plan to build a 41-story apartment tower on the Upper East Side — which drew fire from r...

Protesters block trains, as police arrest 33 people opposing Canada gas pipeline Police in Canada arrested 33 indigenous rights protesters on Monday, ending the closure of Vancouver ports in British Columbia province by demonstrat...

Power to the people: Bernie calls for federal takeover of electricity production Sanders wants federally owned utilities to build massive amounts of wind and solar to compete with private generators, but critics say that would com...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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Facebook's Bug Bounty Caught a Data-Stealing Spree A few months ago, the company disclosed that apps were siphoning data from up to 9.5 million of its users. It only found out thanks to a bug bounty s...

Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Power to the people: Bernie calls for federal takeover of electricity production Sanders wants federally owned utilities to build massive amounts of wind and solar to compete with private generators, but critics say that would com...

World Urban Forum: cities must be ‘at the heart’ of sustainable development The official opening of the 10th Session of the World Urban Forum (WUF) took place in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, with UN chief António Guterres telling del...

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Alberta’s Kenney says push on to strengthen ties, find common ground with Quebec Premier Jason Kenney says Alberta’s new Montreal trade office will be just one part of a renewed push in the coming months to strengthen ties a...

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Bayer asks California court to reverse $86 million Roundup cancer verdict Bayer AG has asked a California appeals court to overturn an $86 million verdict that found it was responsible for a couple's cancer caused by its gl...

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The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

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In True White Savior Fashion, Trump Announces Scholarship to Save Black Student From 'Failing Government Schools', Only She Already Goes to a Great Charter School It should be clear to most everybody by now that President Donald Trump has a great affinity for showing America just how popular he is among “the bl...

Central African Republic: One year after peace deal, a ‘long, steep’ road ahead to ensure child rights protections A year since the signing of a peace deal between the Government of the Central African Republic (CAR) and 14 armed groups, the UN Children’s Fund (UN...

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Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Pelosi 'stunned' by White House firing of 'patriotic' Alexander Vindman House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded to news that President Trump relieved impeachment witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman of his White House duties b...

Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

Heavy rains bring both relief and new dangers to bushfire-hit Australia A four-day downpour across Australia's east coast has brought relief after months of devastating bushfires and years of drought, but also widespread ...

Facebook's Bug Bounty Caught a Data-Stealing Spree A few months ago, the company disclosed that apps were siphoning data from up to 9.5 million of its users. It only found out thanks to a bug bounty s...

Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Power to the people: Bernie calls for federal takeover of electricity production Sanders wants federally owned utilities to build massive amounts of wind and solar to compete with private generators, but critics say that would com...

World Urban Forum: cities must be ‘at the heart’ of sustainable development The official opening of the 10th Session of the World Urban Forum (WUF) took place in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, with UN chief António Guterres telling del...

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Facebook's Bug Bounty Caught a Data-Stealing Spree A few months ago, the company disclosed that apps were siphoning data from up to 9.5 million of its users. It only found out thanks to a bug bounty s...

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Facebook's Bug Bounty Caught a Data-Stealing Spree A few months ago, the company disclosed that apps were siphoning data from up to 9.5 million of its users. It only found out thanks to a bug bounty s...

Justice Department Drops Antitrust Probe Against Automakers That Sided With California on Emissions The Justice Department has told four carmakers that they violated no laws when they negotiated a fuel economy standard with California that is more s...

28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

U.S. energy secretary hopes Mexico, Canada will help export American coal U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette said on Friday that Canada and Mexico could help export U.S. coal to Asia to get around the blocking of shipmen...

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Refugee resettlement: ‘Tremendous gap’ persists between needs, and spaces on offer Although around 1.4 million refugees are estimated to be in urgent need of resettlement worldwide, only 63,696 were resettled through the UN refugee ...

Lasting Libya ceasefire: Some consensus, but further talks needed - UN Mission The first round of UN-brokered talks between military representatives in Geneva aimed at forging a lasting ceasefire between Libyan Government and ma...

We Put the Blue Diamond Nonstick Pan to the Test Inside Edition Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero tested the Blue Diamond pan with the help of celebrity chef and best-selling author Ro...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

Montrealers brave frigid weather to advocate for winter cycling The fourth annual Course de Vélo sur Glace was held on Saturday at Parc Maisonneuve organized by Honesca in association with the Association for Acti...

The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

We Put the Blue Diamond Nonstick Pan to the Test Inside Edition Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero tested the Blue Diamond pan with the help of celebrity chef and best-selling author Ro...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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AU Summit: Guterres calls for ‘collective, comprehensive, coordinated’ response to challenges facing Africa The challenges facing African nations are “complex, multi-faceted and far-reaching" but a “collective, comprehensive and coordinated” response by the...

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Pelosi 'stunned' by White House firing of 'patriotic' Alexander Vindman House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responded to news that President Trump relieved impeachment witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman of his White House duties b...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

Facebook's Bug Bounty Caught a Data-Stealing Spree A few months ago, the company disclosed that apps were siphoning data from up to 9.5 million of its users. It only found out thanks to a bug bounty s...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

Montrealers brave frigid weather to advocate for winter cycling The fourth annual Course de Vélo sur Glace was held on Saturday at Parc Maisonneuve organized by Honesca in association with the Association for Acti...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

Justice Department Drops Antitrust Probe Against Automakers That Sided With California on Emissions The Justice Department has told four carmakers that they violated no laws when they negotiated a fuel economy standard with California that is more s...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

2020: the year for action, to ‘rise up’ and safeguard ocean life With the ocean in deep crisis, members of civil society and philanthropic organisations are urging governments and corporations to take bold action t...

Facebook's Bug Bounty Caught a Data-Stealing Spree A few months ago, the company disclosed that apps were siphoning data from up to 9.5 million of its users. It only found out thanks to a bug bounty s...

Justice Department Drops Antitrust Probe Against Automakers That Sided With California on Emissions The Justice Department has told four carmakers that they violated no laws when they negotiated a fuel economy standard with California that is more s...

28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

U.S. energy secretary hopes Mexico, Canada will help export American coal U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette said on Friday that Canada and Mexico could help export U.S. coal to Asia to get around the blocking of shipmen...

Lasting Libya ceasefire: Some consensus, but further talks needed - UN Mission The first round of UN-brokered talks between military representatives in Geneva aimed at forging a lasting ceasefire between Libyan Government and ma...

Montrealers brave frigid weather to advocate for winter cycling The fourth annual Course de Vélo sur Glace was held on Saturday at Parc Maisonneuve organized by Honesca in association with the Association for Acti...

Refugee resettlement: ‘Tremendous gap’ persists between needs, and spaces on offer Although around 1.4 million refugees are estimated to be in urgent need of resettlement worldwide, only 63,696 were resettled through the UN refugee ...

Lasting Libya ceasefire: Some consensus, but further talks needed - UN Mission The first round of UN-brokered talks between military representatives in Geneva aimed at forging a lasting ceasefire between Libyan Government and ma...

We Put the Blue Diamond Nonstick Pan to the Test Inside Edition Chief Investigative Correspondent Lisa Guerrero tested the Blue Diamond pan with the help of celebrity chef and best-selling author Ro...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

Montrealers brave frigid weather to advocate for winter cycling The fourth annual Course de Vélo sur Glace was held on Saturday at Parc Maisonneuve organized by Honesca in association with the Association for Acti...

The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

Central African Republic: One year after peace deal, a ‘long, steep’ road ahead to ensure child rights protections A year since the signing of a peace deal between the Government of the Central African Republic (CAR) and 14 armed groups, the UN Children’s Fund (UN...

Refugee resettlement: ‘Tremendous gap’ persists between needs, and spaces on offer Although around 1.4 million refugees are estimated to be in urgent need of resettlement worldwide, only 63,696 were resettled through the UN refugee ...

The Pentagon wants money for China, but troops are stuck in the Middle East The budget proposal is expected to include more rhetoric about the administration’s “great power” rivalries. But those ambitions carry a big price ta...

Justice Department puts the brakes on investigation of automakers that aligned with California The Trump administration has closed an antitrust investigation into four automakers that struck a deal with California to follow the state’s stricter...

Syria: ‘Massive waves of civilian displacement and loss of life must stop now’: UN Special Envoy Air and ground strikes in the region of Idlib, northwest Syria, are causing “massive waves of civilian displacement and major loss of civilian life”,...

AI picks Buttigieg ‘the candidate to beat Trump’ An artificial intelligence analysis of Friday night's Democratic debate picked former Mayor Pete Buttigieg as the clear winner and said that voters b...

Syria: ‘Massive waves of civilian displacement and loss of life must stop now’: UN Special Envoy Air and ground strikes in the region of Idlib, northwest Syria, are causing “massive waves of civilian displacement and major loss of civilian life”,...

Alleged Saudi Bezos hack sends shockwaves Research: Likely Iranian hackers probably breached European energy org — Surveys shine light on widespread phishing, government contractor cybersecur...

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Justice Department puts the brakes on investigation of automakers that aligned with California The Trump administration has closed an antitrust investigation into four automakers that struck a deal with California to follow the state’s stricter...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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Central African Republic: One year after peace deal, a ‘long, steep’ road ahead to ensure child rights protections A year since the signing of a peace deal between the Government of the Central African Republic (CAR) and 14 armed groups, the UN Children’s Fund (UN...

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Climate crisis: Antarctic continent posts record temperature reading of 18.3°C Fresh fears of accelerating damage to the planet’s ice sheets and sea level rise have been fuelled by confirmation from the UN’s weather agency that ...

2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

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Syria: ‘Massive waves of civilian displacement and loss of life must stop now’: UN Special Envoy Air and ground strikes in the region of Idlib, northwest Syria, are causing “massive waves of civilian displacement and major loss of civilian life”,...

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Justice Department puts the brakes on investigation of automakers that aligned with California The Trump administration has closed an antitrust investigation into four automakers that struck a deal with California to follow the state’s stricter...

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2020’s ‘wind of madness’ indicates growing instability: UN chief Rising instability and unpredictable geopolitical tensions have led to a “wind of madness” across the world, Secretary-General António Guterres said ...

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2020: the year for action, to ‘rise up’ and safeguard ocean life With the ocean in deep crisis, members of civil society and philanthropic organisations are urging governments and corporations to take bold action t...

28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken “My flesh has been taken away, but I can never give away my heart”; those are the powerful words of resolve from Abida Dawud, one of three women surv...

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Syria: ‘Massive waves of civilian displacement and loss of life must stop now’: UN Special Envoy Air and ground strikes in the region of Idlib, northwest Syria, are causing “massive waves of civilian displacement and major loss of civilian life”,...

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28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

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2020: the year for action, to ‘rise up’ and safeguard ocean life With the ocean in deep crisis, members of civil society and philanthropic organisations are urging governments and corporations to take bold action t...

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Justice Department puts the brakes on investigation of automakers that aligned with California The Trump administration has closed an antitrust investigation into four automakers that struck a deal with California to follow the state’s stricter...

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28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

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Cherokee Nation to preserve culturally important seeds in Arctic vault Varieties of corn, beans and squash seen as central to Cherokee identity will be deposited in Norway’s Svalbard seed bankThe Cherokee Nation will ban...

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28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

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Cherokee Nation to preserve culturally important seeds in Arctic vault Varieties of corn, beans and squash seen as central to Cherokee identity will be deposited in Norway’s Svalbard seed bankThe Cherokee Nation will ban...

Manish Sisodia, AAP's Trusted Lieutenant And Troubleshooter Manish Sisodia, a journalist-turned-social activist, was one of the most prominent faces of the Anna Hazare agitation in 2011. A year after Arvind Ke...

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Justice Department puts the brakes on investigation of automakers that aligned with California The Trump administration has closed an antitrust investigation into four automakers that struck a deal with California to follow the state’s stricter...

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28 militiamen sentenced in Central African Republic for murder of civilians, UN peacekeepers The sentencing of 28 militia members on Friday in the Central African Republic (CAR) for an array of violent crimes, including the murder of civilian...

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Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

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Top Pence aide: Mitt Romney ungrateful, ‘who’s not giving forgiveness?’ The chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence ripped Sen. Mitt Romney as an ungrateful politician who repeatedly begged for the president’s support...

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Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

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Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

2020: the year for action, to ‘rise up’ and safeguard ocean life With the ocean in deep crisis, members of civil society and philanthropic organisations are urging governments and corporations to take bold action t...

Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

N.B. committee examining glyphosate spraying Departments appeared to give presentations detailing how they controversial herbicide is used and faced questions from MLAs, but some feel the commit...

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2020: the year for action, to ‘rise up’ and safeguard ocean life With the ocean in deep crisis, members of civil society and philanthropic organisations are urging governments and corporations to take bold action t...

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Cherokee Nation to preserve culturally important seeds in Arctic vault Varieties of corn, beans and squash seen as central to Cherokee identity will be deposited in Norway’s Svalbard seed bankThe Cherokee Nation will ban...

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Star Wars? Not quite, Pentagon says, but Space Force vision includes weapons Manned spacecraft firing at adversaries beyond Earth's orbit may not be the mission of the Space Force, but staying one step ahead of aggression, inc...

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Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

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Top Pence aide: Mitt Romney ungrateful, ‘who’s not giving forgiveness?’ The chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence ripped Sen. Mitt Romney as an ungrateful politician who repeatedly begged for the president’s support...

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Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

Trump and GOP push to help plant 1 trillion trees won't be easy President Trump and congressional Republicans are rallying around the idea of planting a trillion trees to boost their environmental credentials ahea...

Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

Meatball President Criticizes NBA Coaches For Weak Statements On China, Instead Of Answering Direct Question About China President Trump was asked a direct question Wednesday about the ongoing and escalating conflict between the NBA and the Chinese government, which sta...

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Antarctica melting: Climate change and the journey to the 'doomsday glacier' Thwaites Glacier, also known as the "doomsday glacier", is reported to be melting quicker than previously thought - scientists are now trying to find...

Shannen Doherty's lawyer blasts cancer 'sympathy' claim; State Farm stands behind comment Shannen Doherty's lawyer is criticizing State Farm after the insurance company called her cancer announcement a legal strategy to "garner sympathy." ...

Kirk Douglas, Hollywood's tough guy on screen and off, dead at 103 Kirk Douglas, the cleft-chinned movie star who fought gladiators, cowboys and boxers on the screen and the Hollywood establishment, died on Wednesday...

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Florida hunters capture more than 80 giant snakes in Python Bowl Annual challenge encourages the public to catch as many of the invasive giant snakes that decimate native wildlife as possibleMost visitors to the mo...

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Florida hunters capture more than 80 giant snakes in Python Bowl Annual challenge encourages the public to catch as many of the invasive giant snakes that decimate native wildlife as possibleMost visitors to the mo...

End Syria fighting to avoid ‘even greater humanitarian catastrophe’ The “dire and deteriorating humanitarian situation” affecting women and children in northwest Syria was the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator’s top con...

Australian wildfires expected to intensify after impending heatwave, authorities say Since September, Australia has been battling bushfires that have killed 33 people and an estimated 1 billion native animals. Another 2,500 homes and ...

Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

End Syria fighting to avoid ‘even greater humanitarian catastrophe’ The “dire and deteriorating humanitarian situation” affecting women and children in northwest Syria was the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator’s top con...

Rand Paul: Election 'chaos' is goal of Democrats, 'they hate the president so much' President Trump’s legal team and his supporters on Capitol Hill are turning their attention to a potential, though still unlikely, scenario should th...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Dead Bugs, Nail Clippings, Spiders: What Inside Edition Found Inside Some Miami Hotels for Super Bowl Weekend Sunday’s big game is just a few days away but some fans who have descended on Miami for the Super Bowl might not be getting what they signed up for w...

Youth leaders share positive visions of the future, as Guterres launches UN75 in New York Six youth leaders from around the world were at UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday to share their ambitious visions for a future where internat...

Do not confuse food charity with ‘right to food’, UN expert tells Italians, labelling food system exploitative A sophisticated Italian food system is placing a heavy burden on Italy’s workers and farmers, an independent UN human rights expert said on Friday, f...

Arvind Krishna To Lead IBM: 5 Things To Know About The IIT-Kanpur Alumnus Indian-origin technology executive Arvind Krishna has been named Chief Executive Officer of American IT giant IBM. Mr Krishna, 57, succeeds Virginia ...

Dead Bugs, Nail Clippings, Spiders: What Inside Edition Found Inside Some Miami Hotels for Super Bowl Weekend Sunday’s big game is just a few days away but some fans who have descended on Miami for the Super Bowl might not be getting what they signed up for w...

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Florida hunters capture more than 80 giant snakes in Python Bowl Annual challenge encourages the public to catch as many of the invasive giant snakes that decimate native wildlife as possibleMost visitors to the mo...

Trump Administration Moves to Relax Rules Against Killing Birds A proposed regulation would codify a legal opinion in 2017 that declared the accidental killing of birds during the course of business as no longer s...

Security Council renews Central African Republic arms embargo The UN Security Council on Friday renewed the arms embargo against the Central African Republic (CAR) and extended the mandate of the expert panel as...

End Syria fighting to avoid ‘even greater humanitarian catastrophe’ The “dire and deteriorating humanitarian situation” affecting women and children in northwest Syria was the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator’s top con...

Daily on Energy, presented by API: Sanders eyes banning oil exports administratively Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

UN chief underscores value of cooperation with Southeast Asian countries In a briefing to the Security Council on Thursday, Secretary-General António Guterres underlined the value of cooperation between the UN and the 10-m...

Dead Bugs, Nail Clippings, Spiders: What Inside Edition Found Inside Some Miami Hotels for Super Bowl Weekend Sunday’s big game is just a few days away but some fans who have descended on Miami for the Super Bowl might not be getting what they signed up for w...

Lakers will aim to make Kobe proud, coach Vogel says Los Angeles Lakers coach Frank Vogel said on Wednesday his heartbroken team would aim to honor the memory of Kobe Bryant, who died along with his dau...

Youth leaders share positive visions of the future, as Guterres launches UN75 in New York Six youth leaders from around the world were at UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday to share their ambitious visions for a future where internat...

Memo to Mike Pompeo: Nothing is ever totally off the record Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's private remonstration and subsequent public rebuke of NPR reporter Mary Louise Kelly has many facets to it — from a ...

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Iraq: Solutions needed ‘urgently’ to quell ongoing violence, break political deadlock Amidst ongoing anti-government protests, rising casualties and the likelihood of further demonstrations, the top UN official in Iraq on Thursday, urg...

Arvind Krishna To Lead IBM: 5 Things To Know About The IIT-Kanpur Alumnus Indian-origin technology executive Arvind Krishna has been named Chief Executive Officer of American IT giant IBM. Mr Krishna, 57, succeeds Virginia ...

Coding in Namibia: UN supports young women’s computing career dreams Six young women from Namibia are on the path to a career in the field of information and communications technology (ICT), with the support of the UN ...

Florida hunters capture more than 80 giant snakes in Python Bowl Annual challenge encourages the public to catch as many of the invasive giant snakes that decimate native wildlife as possibleMost visitors to the mo...

Coding in Namibia: UN supports young women’s computing career dreams Six young women from Namibia are on the path to a career in the field of information and communications technology (ICT), with the support of the UN ...

Weinstein accuser expected to testify about alleged rape, relationship with producer A onetime aspiring actress who prosecutors say maintained a relationship with Harvey Weinstein after he raped her because she felt "trapped" is expec...

End Syria fighting to avoid ‘even greater humanitarian catastrophe’ The “dire and deteriorating humanitarian situation” affecting women and children in northwest Syria was the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator’s top con...

Florida hunters capture more than 80 giant snakes in Python Bowl Annual challenge encourages the public to catch as many of the invasive giant snakes that decimate native wildlife as possibleMost visitors to the mo...

End Syria fighting to avoid ‘even greater humanitarian catastrophe’ The “dire and deteriorating humanitarian situation” affecting women and children in northwest Syria was the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator’s top con...

Australian wildfires expected to intensify after impending heatwave, authorities say Since September, Australia has been battling bushfires that have killed 33 people and an estimated 1 billion native animals. Another 2,500 homes and ...

Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

End Syria fighting to avoid ‘even greater humanitarian catastrophe’ The “dire and deteriorating humanitarian situation” affecting women and children in northwest Syria was the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator’s top con...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Youth leaders share positive visions of the future, as Guterres launches UN75 in New York Six youth leaders from around the world were at UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday to share their ambitious visions for a future where internat...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

End Syria fighting to avoid ‘even greater humanitarian catastrophe’ The “dire and deteriorating humanitarian situation” affecting women and children in northwest Syria was the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator’s top con...

Eric Adams says he will carry his own gun if elected mayor Forget about security detail — New York City’s next mayor could be carrying his own gun. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, a former cop, said Th...

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Florida hunters capture more than 80 giant snakes in Python Bowl Annual challenge encourages the public to catch as many of the invasive giant snakes that decimate native wildlife as possibleMost visitors to the mo...

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

Daily on Energy, presented by API: Sanders eyes banning oil exports administratively Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

End Syria fighting to avoid ‘even greater humanitarian catastrophe’ The “dire and deteriorating humanitarian situation” affecting women and children in northwest Syria was the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator’s top con...

Daily on Energy, presented by API: Sanders eyes banning oil exports administratively Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

UN chief underscores value of cooperation with Southeast Asian countries In a briefing to the Security Council on Thursday, Secretary-General António Guterres underlined the value of cooperation between the UN and the 10-m...

Dead Bugs, Nail Clippings, Spiders: What Inside Edition Found Inside Some Miami Hotels for Super Bowl Weekend Sunday’s big game is just a few days away but some fans who have descended on Miami for the Super Bowl might not be getting what they signed up for w...

Lakers will aim to make Kobe proud, coach Vogel says Los Angeles Lakers coach Frank Vogel said on Wednesday his heartbroken team would aim to honor the memory of Kobe Bryant, who died along with his dau...

Youth leaders share positive visions of the future, as Guterres launches UN75 in New York Six youth leaders from around the world were at UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday to share their ambitious visions for a future where internat...

Memo to Mike Pompeo: Nothing is ever totally off the record Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's private remonstration and subsequent public rebuke of NPR reporter Mary Louise Kelly has many facets to it — from a ...

Lakers will aim to make Kobe proud, coach Vogel says Los Angeles Lakers coach Frank Vogel said on Wednesday his heartbroken team would aim to honor the memory of Kobe Bryant, who died along with his dau...

'The View': Jameela Jamil talks cancel culture, privilege and Whoopi Goldberg obsession "The Good Place" star Jameela Jamil stopped by "The View" to discuss privilege, cancel culture and her "super fan" devotion to Whoopi Goldberg.  ...

Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

Trump set to make record fourth CPAC appearance: ‘I’m coming’ President Trump is set to make his historic and record-breaking fourth appearance at the annual CPAC conference next month in a bid to shore up his b...

Bill Gates' daughter Jennifer is engaged to Egyptian equestrian: 'Yes a million times over' Jennifer Gates, the daughter of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, is engaged to Egyptian show jumper Nayel Nassar.       ...

Youth leaders share positive visions of the future, as Guterres launches UN75 in New York Six youth leaders from around the world were at UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday to share their ambitious visions for a future where internat...

Bill Gates' daughter Jennifer is engaged to Egyptian equestrian: 'Yes a million times over' Jennifer Gates, the daughter of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, is engaged to Egyptian show jumper Nayel Nassar.       ...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Youth leaders share positive visions of the future, as Guterres launches UN75 in New York Six youth leaders from around the world were at UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday to share their ambitious visions for a future where internat...

Neanderthals never lived in Africa, but their genes got there anyway Neanderthals never lived in Africa, but traces of their DNA persist in the genomes of people of African ancestry today, and the amount of Neanderthal...

Trump Administration Moves to Ease Rules Against Killing Birds A proposed regulation would codify a legal opinion in 2017 that declared the 'incidental' killing of birds during the course of business as no longer...

Taliban targets US troops as peace deal remains elusive TALIBAN CLAIMS: The Taliban have seized on the Monday crash of a U.S. surveillance plane as the latest rallying cry against the U.S. presence in Afgh...

Iraq: Solutions needed ‘urgently’ to quell ongoing violence, break political deadlock Amidst ongoing anti-government protests, rising casualties and the likelihood of further demonstrations, the top UN official in Iraq on Thursday, urg...

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

Daily on Energy, presented by API: Sanders eyes banning oil exports administratively Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Youth leaders share positive visions of the future, as Guterres launches UN75 in New York Six youth leaders from around the world were at UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday to share their ambitious visions for a future where internat...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

End Syria fighting to avoid ‘even greater humanitarian catastrophe’ The “dire and deteriorating humanitarian situation” affecting women and children in northwest Syria was the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator’s top con...

Eric Adams says he will carry his own gun if elected mayor Forget about security detail — New York City’s next mayor could be carrying his own gun. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, a former cop, said Th...

Fort Macleod taking proactive measures amidst increased cat complaints The town of Fort MacLeod is facing a problem with some four-legged friends and officials say if it doesn't intervene, in ten years it could have more...

Florida hunters capture more than 80 giant snakes in Python Bowl Annual challenge encourages the public to catch as many of the invasive giant snakes that decimate native wildlife as possibleMost visitors to the mo...

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

Daily on Energy, presented by API: Sanders eyes banning oil exports administratively Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Peace icon Mahatma Gandhi’s message of ‘mutual understanding, equality’ reverberates on Day of Non-Violence On Wednesday, the global community marks the International Day of Non-Violence, which this year coincided with the 150th anniversary of the birth of ...

From Shiv Sena Cub To Tiger, Aaditya Thackeray Takes Centre Stage In 2019 Aaditya Thackeray debuted in politics when his grandfather and Shiv Sena patriarch Balasaheb Thackeray told a huge crowd that he was the future of th...

Athens urged to fast track asylum seekers amid island shelters crisis – UNHCR A spike in the number of refugees reaching Greek island reception centres is likely to worsen the situation in already “dangerously overcrowded” faci...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Greek island shelter crisis, only 8 per cent of UNGA speakers women, Russian alcohol laws extending lives, Older Persons Day Tuesday’s top stories: Greece urged to fast-track asylum-seekers as 1,000 die on the Mediterranean; just 16 women addressed UN General Assembly; less...

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Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Greek island shelter crisis, only 8 per cent of UNGA speakers women, Russian alcohol laws extending lives, Older Persons Day Tuesday’s top stories: Greece urged to fast-track asylum-seekers as 1,000 die on the Mediterranean; just 16 women addressed UN General Assembly; less...

Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

Trump set to make record fourth CPAC appearance: ‘I’m coming’ President Trump is set to make his historic and record-breaking fourth appearance at the annual CPAC conference next month in a bid to shore up his b...

Bill Gates' daughter Jennifer is engaged to Egyptian equestrian: 'Yes a million times over' Jennifer Gates, the daughter of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, is engaged to Egyptian show jumper Nayel Nassar.       ...

Youth leaders share positive visions of the future, as Guterres launches UN75 in New York Six youth leaders from around the world were at UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday to share their ambitious visions for a future where internat...

Bill Gates' daughter Jennifer is engaged to Egyptian equestrian: 'Yes a million times over' Jennifer Gates, the daughter of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, is engaged to Egyptian show jumper Nayel Nassar.       ...

Wallace & Gromit's creators make new animation to try to save the seas Olivia Colman and Helen Mirren have teamed up with the creators of Wallace & Gromit in a film called Turtle Journey to raise awareness about climate ...

Youth leaders share positive visions of the future, as Guterres launches UN75 in New York Six youth leaders from around the world were at UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday to share their ambitious visions for a future where internat...

Neanderthals never lived in Africa, but their genes got there anyway Neanderthals never lived in Africa, but traces of their DNA persist in the genomes of people of African ancestry today, and the amount of Neanderthal...

Trump Administration Moves to Ease Rules Against Killing Birds A proposed regulation would codify a legal opinion in 2017 that declared the 'incidental' killing of birds during the course of business as no longer...

Taliban targets US troops as peace deal remains elusive TALIBAN CLAIMS: The Taliban have seized on the Monday crash of a U.S. surveillance plane as the latest rallying cry against the U.S. presence in Afgh...

Iraq: Solutions needed ‘urgently’ to quell ongoing violence, break political deadlock Amidst ongoing anti-government protests, rising casualties and the likelihood of further demonstrations, the top UN official in Iraq on Thursday, urg...

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed' While no service members were killed in the Iranian strike on Iraq’s Al-Asad air base, “several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast a...

Daily on Energy, presented by API: Sanders eyes banning oil exports administratively Subscribe today to the Washington Examiner magazine and get Washington Briefing: politics and policy stories that will keep you up to date with what'...

Independent UN rights experts call for ‘immediate investigation’ into alleged Bezos phone hack by Saudi Arabia Independent UN rights experts said on Wednesday they were “gravely concerned” over allegations that in 2018, a messaging app account belonging to the...

China firms complete building Argentina's largest solar farm: Xinhua Chinese companies have built a 300-megawatt solar farm in the highlands of northern Argentina, the largest of its kind in the South American nation, ...

Peace icon Mahatma Gandhi’s message of ‘mutual understanding, equality’ reverberates on Day of Non-Violence On Wednesday, the global community marks the International Day of Non-Violence, which this year coincided with the 150th anniversary of the birth of ...

Liberal Media Scream: Top Democrat says Trump an ‘accessory to murder’ in Ukraine This week’s Liberal Media Scream features the latest example of Trump Derangement Syndrome, with an influential Democrat and former House leader accu...

Millions of Afghans have ‘voted not just for a president, but also for democracy’, UN Assembly told Just two days ago, some three million Afghans faced the threat of terrorism and headed to the polls, to “vote not just for a president, but also for ...

'Woefully inadequate': Pompeo accuses Democrats of bullying him over Ukraine House Democrats are attempting “to intimidate, bully, and treat improperly” State Department employees into cooperating with an impeachment inquiry, ...

The Interior Secretary Wants to Enlarge a Dam. An Old Lobbying Client Would Benefit. David Bernhardt is backing a plan to raise the height of the Shasta Dam in California even though his department’s experts have warned against the ch...

Female orgasm may have evolved from a trigger for ovulation A study that gave antidepressants to rabbits suggests that female orgasm may be evolutionarily linked to a mechanism for triggering the release of eg...

Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan to visit South African township Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will tour a Johannesburg township on Wednesday before meeting President Cyril Ramaphosa and Nelson Mandela...

Decades-Old Code Is Putting Millions of Critical Devices at Risk Nearly two decades ago, a company called Interpeak created a network protocol that became an industry standard. It also had severe bugs that are only...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...

Peace icon Mahatma Gandhi’s message of ‘mutual understanding, equality’ reverberates on Day of Non-Violence On Wednesday, the global community marks the International Day of Non-Violence, which this year coincided with the 150th anniversary of the birth of ...

From Shiv Sena Cub To Tiger, Aaditya Thackeray Takes Centre Stage In 2019 Aaditya Thackeray debuted in politics when his grandfather and Shiv Sena patriarch Balasaheb Thackeray told a huge crowd that he was the future of th...

Athens urged to fast track asylum seekers amid island shelters crisis – UNHCR A spike in the number of refugees reaching Greek island reception centres is likely to worsen the situation in already “dangerously overcrowded” faci...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Greek island shelter crisis, only 8 per cent of UNGA speakers women, Russian alcohol laws extending lives, Older Persons Day Tuesday’s top stories: Greece urged to fast-track asylum-seekers as 1,000 die on the Mediterranean; just 16 women addressed UN General Assembly; less...

Strong, smart teen girls have had enough. No wonder men like Trump are rattled | Sasha Brown-Worsham Greta Thunberg and her cohorts are ready to change the world – and that scares a certain kind of manThe president of the United States openly mocked ...

Tuesday’s Daily Brief: Greek island shelter crisis, only 8 per cent of UNGA speakers women, Russian alcohol laws extending lives, Older Persons Day Tuesday’s top stories: Greece urged to fast-track asylum-seekers as 1,000 die on the Mediterranean; just 16 women addressed UN General Assembly; less...

China firms complete building Argentina's largest solar farm: Xinhua Chinese companies have built a 300-megawatt solar farm in the highlands of northern Argentina, the largest of its kind in the South American nation, ...

Peace icon Mahatma Gandhi’s message of ‘mutual understanding, equality’ reverberates on Day of Non-Violence On Wednesday, the global community marks the International Day of Non-Violence, which this year coincided with the 150th anniversary of the birth of ...

Liberal Media Scream: Top Democrat says Trump an ‘accessory to murder’ in Ukraine This week’s Liberal Media Scream features the latest example of Trump Derangement Syndrome, with an influential Democrat and former House leader accu...

Millions of Afghans have ‘voted not just for a president, but also for democracy’, UN Assembly told Just two days ago, some three million Afghans faced the threat of terrorism and headed to the polls, to “vote not just for a president, but also for ...

'Woefully inadequate': Pompeo accuses Democrats of bullying him over Ukraine House Democrats are attempting “to intimidate, bully, and treat improperly” State Department employees into cooperating with an impeachment inquiry, ...

The Interior Secretary Wants to Enlarge a Dam. An Old Lobbying Client Would Benefit. David Bernhardt is backing a plan to raise the height of the Shasta Dam in California even though his department’s experts have warned against the ch...

Female orgasm may have evolved from a trigger for ovulation A study that gave antidepressants to rabbits suggests that female orgasm may be evolutionarily linked to a mechanism for triggering the release of eg...

Britain's Prince Harry and wife Meghan to visit South African township Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will tour a Johannesburg township on Wednesday before meeting President Cyril Ramaphosa and Nelson Mandela...

Decades-Old Code Is Putting Millions of Critical Devices at Risk Nearly two decades ago, a company called Interpeak created a network protocol that became an industry standard. It also had severe bugs that are only...

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS Enlarge (credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images) When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain na...