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  • Trump campaign manager Conway to lead Christmas parade - Washington Post

    Trump campaign manager Conway to lead Christmas parade - Washington Post

    Washington PostTrump campaign manager Conway to lead Christmas paradeWashington PostHAMMONTON, N.J. — Republican President-elect Donald Trump's campaign manager is returning to her native New Jersey to lead a holiday parade. Kellyanne Conway will b…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump vs. Trump's Cabinet - CNN

    Trump vs. Trump's Cabinet - CNN

    CNNTrump vs. Trump's CabinetCNN(CNN) Day by day, President-elect Donald Trump is building a White House Cabinet and staffing a new government. But if his first round of choices are any indication, he's going forward without a blueprint -- relying on…- 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Strengthening Democratic party may mean cooperating with Donald Trump - The Guardian
    Strengthening Democratic party may mean cooperating with Donald TrumpThe GuardianDemonstrators protest against Donald Trump in front of Trump Tower on 12 November 2016 in New York. Photograph: Kena Betancur/AFP/Getty Images. Sabrina Siddiqui and Laur…- 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump winning GOP converts with Cabinet picks - Politico

    Trump winning GOP converts with Cabinet picks - Politico

    PoliticoTrump winning GOP converts with Cabinet picksPoliticoFor all of the unorthodox spectacle of prospects parading through Trump Tower and on television, Donald Trump has hewed surprisingly closely to the traditional conservative playbook in buil…- 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Ronna Romney McDaniel, Mitt's Niece, Is Trump's Favorite To Head RNC - Huffington Post

    Ronna Romney McDaniel, Mitt's Niece, Is Trump's Favorite To Head RNC - Huffington Post

    Huffington PostRonna Romney McDaniel, Mitt's Niece, Is Trump's Favorite To Head RNCHuffington PostThe Michigan Republican Party Chair is credited with helping Trump win the state for the first time since 1988. 12/09/2016 10:13 pm ET. Steve Holland. G…- 19 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Colorado AG warns of 'chaos' if Electoral College lawsuit succeeds - Politico

    Colorado AG warns of 'chaos' if Electoral College lawsuit succeeds - Politico

    PoliticoColorado AG warns of 'chaos' if Electoral College lawsuit succeedsPoliticoA lawsuit filed by two Colorado presidential electors as part of a strategy to stop the election of Donald Trump should be treated as an attempt to destroy the Electora…- 20 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Donald Trump, in Louisiana, Says He Will End Energy Regulations - New York Times

    Donald Trump, in Louisiana, Says He Will End Energy Regulations - New York Times

    New York TimesDonald Trump, in Louisiana, Says He Will End Energy RegulationsNew York TimesPresident-elect Donald J. Trump spoke Friday at a rally for Republican candidates in Baton Rouge, La., a state heavily dependent on the oil and gas industry. C…- 23 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Fighting back against Donald Trump's angry white voters - Salon

    Fighting back against Donald Trump's angry white voters - Salon

    SalonFighting back against Donald Trump's angry white votersSalonFighting back against Donald Trump's angry white voters Donald Trump greets supporters after speaking at a campaign rally in New Orleans, March 4, 2016. (Credit: AP/Gerald Herbert). Thi…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Hillary Clinton attacks 'fake news' in post-election appearance on Capitol Hill - Washington Post

    Hillary Clinton attacks 'fake news' in post-election appearance on Capitol Hill - Washington Post

    Washington PostHillary Clinton attacks 'fake news' in post-election appearance on Capitol HillWashington PostHillary Clinton challenged Congress on Thursday to combat fake and misleading news on social media, using a post-election appearance to tackl…- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Higher U.S. Stocks Expected in 2017 by Most in Bloomberg Poll - Bloomberg

    Higher U.S. Stocks Expected in 2017 by Most in Bloomberg Poll - Bloomberg

    BloombergHigher U.S. Stocks Expected in 2017 by Most in Bloomberg PollBloombergA majority of American adults -- 54 percent -- are bullish on the U.S. stock market for 2017 and almost four in 10 say they anticipate being in a better financial situatio…- 2 days ago, Thursday December 8 -

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CNN host, RNC spar over hacking report

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Ex-CIA analyst: Trump response is unbelievable

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Dems back down; shutdown averted

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Trump on 'lock her up': 'Now we don't...

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Gambia's President Jammeh rejects election defeat

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Trump slams CIA over Russia

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Shooter Dylann Roof confesses in video: 'I did it'

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Trump's controversial pick for labor secretary

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British MP reveals she was raped at age 14

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Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson in the lead for secretary of state

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CIA: Russia tried to help Trump win election

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Senate passes crucial spending bill after Dems threaten shutdown

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  • Trump reportedly will tap ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson for secretary of state
    President-elect Donald Trump is expected to tap ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, with whom Trump met twice this week, for secretary of state. John Bolton, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, will be deputy secretary of state, a source told NB…- 2 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Kerry requests 'big, magnanimous choices from Russia' as Aleppo falls
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Saturday he hopes Russia and the Bashar al-Assad regime will take the high road as rebel control of Aleppo, Syria, continues to crumble."Russia and Assad have a moment where they are in a dominant position to…- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • At least 50 killed by ISIS suicide bomber in Yemen
    At least 50 people were killed and dozens more wounded by a suicide bomber in Yemen Saturday morning. The attack took place on a Yemeni army base in Aden where troops had lined up to collect their paychecks, and the Islamic State claimed responsibil…- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump's team sent a 74-question memo asking for a list of Energy Department staff working on climate change
    President-elect Donald Trump's transition team sent a 74-question memo to managers within the Department of Energy (DOE) this week requesting, among other information, a list of all department employees and contractors who attended climate change po…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Ikea renamed its products after your most pressing relationship questions
    Swedish furniture giant Ikea took the concept of "retail therapy" literally in its new advertising campaign, which renames the company's products with the most popular relationship questions on Google.A double bed normally called Oppland, for examp…- 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • U.S. to send 200 more troops to fight ISIS in Syria
    The United States will send an additional 200 troops to Syria, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Saturday while speaking in Manama, Bahrain, bringing the total known number of American soldiers in the war-torn country to 500.The new forces will hea…- 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump says he will devote 'zero time' to The Apprentice and reports to the contrary are 'fake news'
    President-elect Donald Trump sent out two tweets Saturday morning strongly criticizing any suggestion — specifically from CNN — that his ongoing role as executive producer of The New Celebrity Apprentice will in any way detract from his presiden…- 7 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Charleston shooter Dylann Roof laughed in confession video: 'I did it'
    On Friday, prosecutors played in court an FBI video of the confession of Dylann Roof, the self-described white supremacist who is on trial for murdering nine people at Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in June of last year."I…- 7 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Bulgarian cargo train explosion kills 5, injures 25
    A cargo train derailed and exploded in Hitrino, Bulgaria, early Saturday morning after train tanks carrying propane-butane and propylene hit an electricity line. So far, five people have died and 25 more are injured, with some suffering burns on up…- 8 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The Senate avoided a government shutdown with less than an hour to spare
    The Senate approved a short-term measure to fund the federal government until April 28 with a Friday evening vote that avoided a shutdown deadline by less than an hour. The bill passed 63-36 after Senate Democrats from coal-heavy states dropped an o…- 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • <p>10 things you need to know today: <em>December 10, 2016</em></p>
    1. The CIA has concluded with "high confidence" that Russia interfered in the American presidential election not only to promote public distrust of U.S. institutions, as was originally suspected this fall, but to sway the outcome in favor of Presiden…- 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump fires back at reports that Russia tried to help him win the election
    The Trump transition team forcibly repudiated reports late Friday evening that the CIA has concluded with "high confidence" Russia interfered with the U.S. election to help President-elect Donald Trump win."These are the same people that said Sadda…- 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The CIA has concluded with 'high confidence' Russia tried 'to help Trump get elected'
    The CIA has concluded with "high confidence" that Russia interfered in the American presidential election not only to promote public distrust of U.S. institutions, as was originally suspected this fall, but to sway the outcome in favor of President-…- 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • It's official: Robots are delivering takeout food now
    Europe's largest online food delivery service just became the first company in the world to officially deliver takeout via robot, said Cara McGoogan at The Daily Telegraph. Just Eat, which is similar to GrubHub and Seamless in the U.S., recently mad…- 11 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The truth about America's border with Mexico
    President-elect Trump has promised to build an "impenetrable" wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Is it needed? Here's everything you need to know:How is the border protected now?About one-third of the 1,954-mile southern border has been fenced and…- 11 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Inheriting the Obama economy
    The smartest insight and analysis, from all perspectives, rounded up from around the web:President Obama is handing his successor a remarkable gift: "an economy that's the envy of the world," said Ben White at ​Politico​. The unemployment rate…- 11 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The Week contest: Space flush
    This week's question: NASA has announced that it will pay a $30,000 award to anyone who can devise a hygienic way for astronauts to poop and pee inside their space suits, without having to wear an uncomfortable diaper. Please come up with the name o…- 21 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
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    Costumed runners prepare to compete in the 2016 Athens Santa Run in Greece. | (AP Photo/Yorgos Karahalis)Military veterans huddle together during protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. | (AP Photo/David Gold…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • 75 percent of American companies plan to give holiday bonuses this year
    About 75 percent of companies plan to give their workers year-end bonuses this year, up from 67 percent last year, according to a survey of 500 HR executives at firms of various sizes. The average bonus is expected to be 25 percent larger than last…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Taylor Swift just released a single with Zayn Malik, her first in 2 years
    After two years without a new Taylor Swift single, the drought is finally over. The pop star surprised fans late Thursday night by releasing a single with former One Direction member Zayn Malik. Swift shared the news with her fans in this cryptic po…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Here's how Amazon is preparing its warehouse workforce for the holidays
    This year, Amazon is adding 120,000 temporary workers at its U.S. warehouses for the holiday season, expanding its workforce by about 40 percent. The e-tail giant is also dramatically speeding up its orientation process, The Wall Street Journal repo…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Parents demand Illinois high school ban any books that mention or allude to sex
    An Illinois high school is removing books from reading lists to shield students from "sexual" content. The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy was the first book to be removed from the classroom after teachers expressed concern over some "questiona…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Is this Trump's first step toward dismantling Obama's climate legacy?
    President-elect Donald Trump's transition team apparently wants the Department of Energy to send over a list of every employee and contractor involved in brokering international climate meetings in the last five years, The Washington Post reported F…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Trump adds Cohn, McMorris Rodgers to administration
    President-elect Donald Trump on Friday selected Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn to be the director of the National Economic Council, CNBC reported. Cohn, also the bank's COO, will be the third person in Trump's White House to have ties to Goldman…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Kellyanne Conway defends Trump's continued involvement with The Apprentice by pointing out Obama plays golf
    If President Obama is allowed to play golf, then Kellyanne Conway doesn't see why it's a problem for President-elect Donald Trump to stay on as an executive producer for reality TV show The Apprentice. In an interview Friday on CNN's New Day, the to…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Obama orders 'full review' of election hacking reports
    A top White House official told reporters Friday morning that President Obama has ordered a "full review" of reports of hacking during the presidential election. "We may have crossed into a new threshold and it is incumbent upon us to take stock of…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Why the Fed's much-promised interest rate increase might herald a new era of crime
    The Federal Reserve has for months toyed with the idea of raising interest rates, repeatedly suggested rate hikes are forthcoming, and then backed off when economic forecasts offer a less sunny context than the central bank would prefer for its next…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • The day after Trump was elected, Glenn Beck said he saw 'the seeds of what happened in Germany in 1933'
    Conservative pundit Glenn Beck is a changed man. While he invoked references to Nazism and the Holocaust 487 times during President Obama's first 14 months in office, he's now advising America against stirring the pot under President-elect Donald Tr…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Did the Department of Homeland Security try to hack Georgia's vote?
    On Nov. 15, Georgia's voter registration database was hit with an unsuccessful hacking attempt. The weird part is Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp says an investigation has traced the attack to an Internet Protocol (IP) address in the federal g…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Boeing is donating $1 million to fund Donald Trump's inaugural event
    Just days after President-elect Donald Trump publicly criticized Boeing, it was announced that the aircraft manufacturer has pledged $1 million to help cover costs for Trump's inaugural events. Boeing, notably, donated the same amount to President O…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Donald Trump's labor secretary pick thinks 'beautiful women eating burgers in bikinis' is 'very American'
    The man who could be America's next secretary of labor has a penchant for putting bikini-clad women in fast food restaurant ads. Andy Puzder, President-elect Donald Trump's nominee, is CEO of the company that owns burger chains including Hardee's an…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Trump spent $12 million on family-owned businesses, his kids' travel during the campaign
    As the presidential election was winding down, then-candidate Donald Trump was feeding millions of dollars into his campaign — and his family's businesses. The latest Federal Election Commission disclosure, which tracks from Oct. 20 to Nov. 28, re…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • <p>The daily business briefing: <em>December 9, 2016</em></p>
    1. President-elect Donald Trump announced Thursday that he would nominate fast-food executive Andrew Puzder to be the next Labor Department secretary. Puzder, CEO of Hardee's and Carl's Jr. parent CKE Restaurants, is a vocal critic of the protest mov…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Anti-doping report accuses 1,000 Russian athletes, government of 'institutional conspiracy'
    On Friday, World Anti-Doping Agency investigator Richard McLaren released a report he says conclusively proves that Russian athletes and government officials were involved in a massive "institutional conspiracy" to give performance-enhancing drugs t…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Trump defends billionaires in his Cabinet: 'I want people that made a fortune!'
    President-elect Donald Trump took a moment at his victory tour rally Thursday night to defend his selection of several billionaires and millionaires for his Cabinet. "One newspaper criticized me: 'Why can't they have people of modest means?'" Trump…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • <p>10 things you need to know today: <em>December 9, 2016</em></p>
    1. Former astronaut and senator John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth, died Thursday in Ohio. He was 95. Glenn, a clean-cut Midwesterner, had already served as a Marine Corps test pilot when he climbed into the Friendship 7, a small Mercury c…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Trevor Noah counts the ways the Electoral College is a bizarre, anti-democratic aberration
    Trevor Noah is confused at how Hillary Clinton can win more than 2.5 million more votes than Donald Trump and still lose the presidency, and if you support the Electoral College that allowed this to happen — as many Republicans do after Trump's wi…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Those Carrier jobs Donald Trump saved? They'll soon be done by robots.
    President-elect Donald Trump got into a high-profile Twitter spat on Wednesday with Chuck Jones, the president of the United Steelworkers local that represents the union workers at the Carrier furnace plant where Trump intervened to save jobs. Jones…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Donald Trump's mobster mentality
    Before running for president, Donald Trump was what we might consider a mid-to-high-level grifter. Despite his bogus claims about being the largest developer in New York, his media profile was much larger than his actual influence in the real estate…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • How HBO's Divorce narrowly escapes terminal bleakness
    I still don't know why I like Divorce — the HBO series, created by Sharon Horgan, that wraps up its first season this week — as much as I do. A dark comedy focused on the painful divorce proceedings of a well-heeled Hudson Valley couple, Frances…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • America's corrosive lack of accountability
    Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of Donald Trump's short political career is his near-total impunity from the usual rules of politics. He gets away with it — be it unavoidable conflicts of interest, an endless parade of vile statements, or const…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • This week I learned plants can be conditioned just like Pavlov's dog, and more
    Read more about the facts mentioned:Learning by association in plants (Nature)African elephants are being born without tusks due to poaching, researchers say (The Independent)Pulling an all-nighter could be a temporary fix for depression (Quartz)…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
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  • Trump's black hole
    In the nearly 16 years we've published The Week, we've witnessed several "black hole" stories. That's our in-house term for events of such historic importance that their gravitational weight sucks in virtually all media attention and political comme…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • How Marco Rubio is stealthily pushing Donald Trump to save the working class
    Maybe you've noticed that globalization and technological change have made things tough for lower-skilled workers in advanced economies. We've had a big election about that, and the "it really sucks!" candidate won. So what do we do about it now?We…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
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  • Alabama executes inmate Ronald Smith Jr. after split Supreme Court refuses stay
    Late Thursday night, Alabama executed Ronald Bert Smith Jr., 45, for the 1994 fatal shooting of Casey Wilson, a store clerk in Huntsville who was pistol-whipped before being shot. Smith was pronounced dead at 11:05 p.m., about half an hour after pri…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Mick Jagger becomes a father for the eighth time at age 73
    Congratulations are in order for rock legend Mick Jagger and ballerina Melanie Hamrick, who gave birth to a son on Thursday. This is the eighth child for Jagger, 73, and the first for Hamrick, 29. The couple has been dating since 2014. The new child…- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -

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Carter pledges extra US forces in Syria

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Billboard names Madonna the woman of the year

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  • Istanbul rocked by dual blasts; at least 20 wounded
    At least 20 people were wounded on Saturday evening after twin explosions rocked Istanbul near Besiktas Vodafone Arena football stadium, according to Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu. - 46 mins ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Ex-CIA operative calls for new election
    Former CIA Operative Robert Baer says if the CIA can prove that Russia interfered with the 2016 election then the US should vote again. - 46 mins ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • ISIS gains ground in Syria's ancient city of Palmyra
    ISIS is reportedly making inroads in the central Syrian city of Palmyra -- nearly a year after government forces recaptured the ancient city from the terror group, according to the activist-run Palmyra Coordination Committee. - 1 hour ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Snow and ice for much of US
    Over 20 million Americans are under some kind of winter weather warning, watch or advisory this weekend -- thanks in part to a swath of cold air pushing into much of the country. - 2 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Nigeria church collapse kills 50 worshippers
    As many as 50 people were killed after a church in Uyo, Nigeria, collapsed on worshippers, officials said. - 2 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Hong Kong protesters celebrate over leader's resignation
    A cheer went up from the crowd as the bottles of champagne were popped. - 3 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The next CNN SuperHero
    Over the past decade, CNN Heroes has recognized hundreds of remarkable individuals who have worked tirelessly to make the world a better place. - 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Lawrence panned for 'disrespectful' Hawaii story
    Jennifer Lawrence has long endeared herself to the public by being "cool" and "down-to-earth," what with her fry eating and face planting and all manner of quirky hijinks. - 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • This president won't accept election results
    After his defeat in the December 1 election, Gambian President Yahya Jammeh declared his "total rejection" of the results and called for his country to vote again. - 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump vs. Trump's cabinet
    Day by day, President-elect Donald Trump is building a White House cabinet and staffing a new government. But if his first round of choices are any indication, he's going forward without a blueprint -- relying on instincts and personal relationships…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Supreme Court deliberations on execution kept quiet
    Late Thursday night as briefs and orders ricocheted through the clerk's office, the Supreme Court struggled again, at the last minute, with the death penalty. - 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump criticizes CIA over Russian hacking reports
    President-elect Donald Trump's transition team slammed the CIA Friday, following reports the agency has concluded that Russia intervened in the election to help him win. - 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Kerry urges Russia, Syria to seek ceasefire in Aleppo
    US Secretary of State John Kerry on Saturday called for Russia and the Syrian regime to take steps toward finding a political solution to the conflict in Syria, urging a ceasefire and saying the fall of Aleppo would not mean an end to war. - 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Muslim NPR reporter says she was harassed
    Describing what it was like to cover the presidential campaign as a Muslim woman wearing a headscarf, NPR reporter Asma Khalid said Friday that it was an experience that left her in tears at times. - 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • John Kerry given France's highest honor
    US Secretary of State John Kerry spoke Saturday of the need for the world to stand firm against authoritarian populism and for the rule of law as he received France's highest decoration. - 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Colombian President accepts Nobel Peace Prize
    Half his country may not support his efforts at peace, but Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos now has a Nobel Peace Prize for pursuing a deal to end the longest-running war in the Americas. - 7 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • CNN host, RNC strategist clash over CIA report
    President-elect Donald Trump's transition team slammed the CIA, following reports the agency has concluded that Russia intervened in the election to help him win. - 7 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Lionel Messi scores two to end Barcelona's losing streak
    More than a month since last tasting victory in La Liga, Barcelona finally ended its winless run with a comfortable three points over struggling Osasuna. - 7 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Dems back down; shutdown averted
    A threat of a government shutdown ended Friday evening, according to top Democratic senators, who conceded they lacked the support to block a funding bill that must pass by midnight to avert a potential crisis. - 8 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Bulgaria: Train carrying gas explodes; 5 dead
    A cargo train carrying propane-butane derailed and then exploded in a northeastern Bulgarian village early Saturday, killing five people and injuring at least 27, the country's Interior Ministry said. - 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The painstaking process of sweeping ISIS from Mosul
    Wrapped in a blanket and wearing pink sandals, a little girl sobs in fear as she walks down the street, gunfire blasting at the end of the road. - 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump on 'lock her up' chant: 'Now we don't care'
    Donald Trump said Friday he doesn't care about prosecuting Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, after attendees at his rally chanted "lock her up." - 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Dylann Roof, with a laugh, confesses 'I did it'
    Dylann Roof confessed almost immediately to the massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, according to an FBI video shown Friday at his murder trial in Charleston, South Carolina. - 10 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • See Dylan Roof's chilling confession
    Dylann Roof wasted no time confessing to the massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, according to an FBI video shown at his murder trial in Charleston, South Carolina. - 10 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom divorce final
    A Los Angeles judge has finalized the divorce of Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom. - 13 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Senator: Missing US journalist alive in Syria
    The Obama administration has "high confidence" that missing American journalist Austin Tice is alive in Syria, Sen. John Cornyn said Friday. - 15 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Secret Santa pays off $46K in layaway at PA Walmart
    Not all Christmas surprises come in large packages. Some of the biggest ones can come in the simplest phone call. - 20 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Flynn: Arabic signs on border guide 'radicalized Muslims'
    Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, Donald Trump's pick to be his national security adviser, claimed in an August radio interview that Arabic signs were present along the United States border with Mexico to guide potential state-sponsored terrorists and…- 20 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump's controversial 'Apprentice' role
    President-elect Donald Trump plans on doing double-duty, taking office and remaining an executive producer on NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice." CNN's Sara Sidner has the details. - 21 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Opinion: The anti-labor secretary
    Apparently, lightning does strike twice: President-elect Donald Trump once again has named someone to his Cabinet who stands in almost comic opposition to the work they would be tasked with leading -- and to the promises Mr. Trump made to the America…- 21 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump TV deal may include $$ from brands
    President-elect Donald Trump's financial arrangement with "Celebrity Apprentice" could provide him with a cut of the money generated by NBC's product integration deals for the show, a source says. - 21 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Official: US almost caught ISIS leader
    A senior US military official tells CNN that the US forces got "tantalizingly close" to catching ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. CNN's Brian Todd reports. - 23 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Trump: No Cabinet post for Rudy Giuliani
    Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani will not serve in Donald Trump's incoming administration, the President-elect announced Friday. - 23 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Airman's remains returned 10 years later
    An Air Force fighter pilot was killed in Iraq in 2006. Now his remains are finally returning home. CNN's Barbara Starr reports. - 23 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Fire victim's girlfriend finds lost photo
    The girlfriend of Griffin Madden, who died in the Oakland warehouse fire, asked social media to help her find a missing photo of the couple. - 24 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Endangered penguin chicks released to the wild
    The Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds is working to rescue and rehabilitate the dwindling African Penguin population. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Conway: Trump will do 'Apprentice' in his spare time
    Kellyanne Conway on Friday defended President-elect Donald Trump's decision to remain an executive producer on NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice" even as he takes office, arguing that "presidents have a right to do things in their spare time." - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • After the fires, Gatlinburg reopens for business
    The Smoky Mountains resort town of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, had a message Friday for the world: We are open -- and back in business. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Here are the top Heisman candidates
    The race for the Heisman is finally coming into focus -- and just in time. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Paul Ryan 'excited' after Trump meeting
    House Speaker Paul Ryan is positioned to be perhaps the most important ally for President-elect Donald Trump to get some of his top priorities done. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • 13-minute 'struggle' during lethal injection
    An Alabama death row inmate who challenged the constitutionality of the state's execution procedures coughed and heaved for about 13 minutes during his execution by lethal injection Thursday night, AL.com reported. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • How executions go wrong
    CNN's Alexandra Field looks at the most common forms of execution used in the U.S. and how they can go wrong. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Aleppo: UN fears for 100,000 trapped civilians
    Hundreds of men are allegedly missing after crossing from rebel-held eastern Aleppo in Syria to the government-controlled west, the United Nations said Friday, as it voiced fears for the fate of some 100,000 civilians still trapped in the east. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • S. Korean Parliament votes to impeach President
    South Korea's parliament's vote on whether to impeach the country's embattled leader is underway. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik get 'Fifty Shades Darker'
    Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik are making sexy music together. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Holiday ads in 2016 promote tolerance, togetherness
    There is an unspoken list of requirements for blockbuster holiday ads: Adorable children, a tender piano score, a moment of crystallizing melancholy and maybe a cute dog. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Trump takes intel briefings only once a week
    Donald Trump is getting a Presidential Daily Brief on average only once a week, according to a US official with knowledge of situation. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Gov.: Miami is free of locally transmitted Zika virus
    Miami and the South Beach area have been declared free of locally transmitted Zika virus, Florida Gov. Rick Scott said during a press conference Friday. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Army has lost this 14 times
    Army vs. Navy football is one of the greatest rivalries in college sports. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • One Direction star's mom dies at 43
    Johannah Deakin, the mother of One Direction member Louis Tomlinson, has reportedly died. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Colbert mocks Trump's administration picks
    Stephen Colbert mocks President-elect Donald Trump's administration picks, Jimmy Kimmel makes fun of Hillary Clinton and more on CNN's Late-Night Laughs. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Murdoch's 21st Century Fox buys Sky in $23 billion deal
    Rupert Murdoch's media group 21st Century Fox (FOX) has struck a deal to take full control of Sky, one of the world's leading pay TV providers. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Russian doping report alleges 'institutional conspiracy'
    The Russian state conspired with athletes and sporting officials to undertake a doping program that was unprecedented in its scale and ambition, according to a report commissioned for the World Anti-Doping Agency. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Military: 50,000 ISIS fighters killed
    As many as 50,000 ISIS fighters have been killed since the war against the terror group began, a senior US military official told CNN. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Millennials don't think Trump will affect their wallets
    Young Americans are among those most likely to think the outcome of the election won't make a difference for their financial security, according to Bankrate.com's December Financial Security Index. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • First preserved dinosaur tail found
    A Chinese paleontologist made a "once in a lifetime" discovery of a dinosaur tail preserved in amber at a market in Myanmar. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Fireman goes beyond the call with surprise phone call
    All Amy and Doug Williams could do was to hope and pray their family's mountain retreat had weathered Tennessee's historic wildfires. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Frosty the Snowman gets slashed
    Surveillance video catches the slashing of Frosty the Snowman. Jeanne Moos reports on Frosty vs. the Grinch. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Biden: 'I feel embarrassed' by campaign
    Vice President Joe Biden expresses his disappointment in the presidential campaign, stating that he's "embarrassed by the nature in which the campaign was conducted." - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Carrier to ultimately cut some of jobs Trump saved
    The company's deal with President-elect Donald Trump to keep a furnace plant from moving to Mexico also calls for a $16 million investment in the facility. - 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -

Vimeo

Naughty Boy - Should've Been Me feat. Kyla and Popcaan
Credits - Director: Ben Strebel Producer: Katie Lambert Exec Producer: Ore Okonedo DOP: Ben Todd Focus Puller: Ahmet Husseyhein Steadicam: Andrew Fletcher Ugandan Service company: Seamless Uganda Editor: Max Windows Colourist: Houmam Abdallah (MPC)…
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Always Shine
Cast: Oscilloscope Laboratories
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Piece, Peace
Director- Park jae in(instagram.com/rawjane/) Sound- kwon young hwan Music- Shin hyun mo 2013, 2D Digital animation. 7minCast: rawjaneTags: black comedy, Piece, Peace and rawjane
- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
The Little Deputy
Trevor tries to have a photo taken with his father. World Premiere: 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Written and Directed by Trevor Anderson; Produced by Blake McWilliam. More info and other films at dirtcityfilms.comCast: Trevor Anderson
- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
SINGULARITY
An ode to planet earth, solely told with organic fluids and a tiny crystal ball. Sometimes, the complexity of simplicity makes us fail to preserve the fundament of all we are and all we represent. But reaching awareness is not about the end, it is ab…
- 2 days ago, Thursday December 8 -
Globe of Death
‘Globe of Death’ is the story of Lucius Zafalon, a daredevil motorcycle rider that risks his body in the pursuit of the perfect globe of death act. Through all the challenges and difficulties he has never stopped focusing on his art. It is what d…
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CBS News

National Geographic

Examiner

  • Defeated Clinton strategist offers lots of excuses
    Becket AdamsA former senior member of Hillary Clinton's campaign team attempted Friday afternoon to explain how they managed to lose the election to Donald Trump.Anson Kaye's excuses, which were made before a group that included Democratic donors an…- 1 hour ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Don't put on the Santa hat, Mr. Trump
    Washington ExaminerWhen Donald Trump told Time Magazine, "sometimes you have to prime the pump … to get jobs going and the country going," it wasn't the first time that the Person of the Year got excited about Washington doling out cash."Prime the…- 21 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump's Cabinet picks might be the most normal thing to happen since his election
    David FreddosoClarence Page writes in the Chicago Tribune that President-elect Trump's Cabinet picks threaten to "swing our government's executive branch into a Bizarro World version of its former self — like the fictional planet in DC Comics where…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • 'Drain the swamp' is a misunderstood metaphor
    Edward GibneyIn 2012, I published a novel called "Draining the Swamp" about an outsider's attempts to come to Washington, D.C., to "truly make a difference.- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Physician-assisted suicide often steals the autonomy it promises to deliver
    Cullen Herout Polls show that a vast majority of Americans support the legalization of physician-assisted suicide.- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Surgeon general abandons public health for e-cig hysteria
    Guy BentleyAnti-e-cigarette alarmism reached fever pitch Thursday, with the release of the surgeon general's first-ever report on youth e-cigarette use.Purporting to be the country's most scientifically-sound report into the threats e-cigarettes pos…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Obama feeds myth that Kremlin hacked the ballot box
    Philip WegmannTwo weeks after the White House gave its seal of approval to the election results, President Obama has ordered a "full review" of possible Russian hacking at the ballot box.- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Obama fails to condemn lawless protesters
    William Perry Pendley, contributorLike most Americans, I was shocked when I saw President Obama fail to condemn protesters who wouldn't accept the election results.- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Congress should reject 'Buy American' protectionism
    Clark Packard, contributorIn the waning days of the 114th Congress, a bad idea is rearing its ugly head once again: A so-called "Buy American" provision in the Water Infrastructure Improvements Act for the Nation, a bill aimed at improving the nation…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Great expectations for Trump should sober up Republicans
    David FreddosoOne thing President-elect Trump has benefited from again and again is low expectations. People didn't think he could win the nomination.- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Attorney General Sessions would be good for black Americans
    Horace Cooper, contributorPresident-elect Trump's intention to nominate Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., is particularly good news for black communities.- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Good riddance Harry Reid
    Washington ExaminerIn a Thursday op-ed in the New York Times, Democratic Leader Harry Reid of Nevada wrote ruefully on the occasion of his retirement, addressing what many liberals have described as the "post-truth" world.- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Dear media: 'Fake news' is taking hold because you keep doing stuff like this
    Becket AdamsDear media: If you want to combat the rise of fake news, the surest and most effective way to do this would be to reestablish your own credibility.The most counterproductive thing you could do right now would be to double down on the sor…- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Media go after fake news with a fake story about Pope Francis
    Becket AdamsThe press' crusade against the spread of fake news is not going well.Newsrooms were set abuzz Wednesday morning after a Belgian Catholic weekly published an interview in which Pope Francis supposedly condemned "fake news" as a sin.- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Stop comparing jihadi and white nationalist body counts
    Becket AdamsIt has become increasingly common in the wake of shooting incidents for members of the press and social media users to trot out a statistic claiming "right-wing" extremism has killed more people in the United States since 2001 than jihadi…- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Washington Post issues major correction after pushing bogus news to warn of fake news
    Becket AdamsThough it seems obvious, it's worth repeating: The best way to push back on the fake news grifters who've taken advantage of the credibility gap between audiences and media is for newsrooms to work tirelessly to restore readers' confidenc…- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Brian Williams: Fake news swayed the election
    Becket AdamsMSNBC's Brian Williams warned this week that fake news has serious consequences, including that it helped sway the presidential election in Donald Trump's favor.As a reminder, Williams is no longer a network news anchor because he's stil…- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Dems must determine what's real and fake, says man who accused Romney of being a tax cheat
    Becket AdamsThese are Harry Reid's last days in the U.S. Senate, and his retirement can't come soon enough.The Nevada lawmaker has said a lot of rotten things about a lot of people during his time in Congress' upper chamber, and he has rarely – if…- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Civil asset forfeiture reform passes the Ohio Senate
    David FreddosoSome good news out of Ohio, if you believe in due process and property rights.- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -
  • One more election to go — and here's your last poll
    David FreddosoBefore the Nov. 8 election, the Trafalgar group was a little-known Republican outfit whose polls were laughed off because the results looked wacky.- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -
  • New GOP group in Congress prepares 'pro-gun agenda'
    Philip WegmannAfter dodging a Hillary Clinton presidency, Republicans have a historic shot to rewrite the nation's gun laws under President-elect Donald Trump.With control of Congress and the White House, Republicans are strategically positioned.- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -
  • John Glenn: True American hero
    Adam SackowitzOn the morning of Feb. 20, 1962, the nation held its breath as Astronaut John Glenn blasted off into space, becoming the first American to orbit Earth.- 2 days ago, Thursday December 8 -
  • The Kellyanne factor
    Diana L. BanisterIn 1996, as a fledgling young political campaign worker traveling to election states, upon returning to my hotel room each night, I was captured by a new voice on the only 24-hour cable news network (CNN).- 2 days ago, Thursday December 8 -
  • The collapse of the political Left
    Michael BaroneIt's been a tough decade for the political left. Eight years ago a Time magazine cover portrayed Barack Obama as Franklin Roosevelt, complete with cigarette and holder and a cover line proclaiming "The New New Deal.- 2 days ago, Thursday December 8 -
  • Beware of RINOcare - Repeal In Name Only
    Philip KleinRepublicans are facing a basic political problem on Obamacare: If they fail to repeal the unpopular law, they will be reneging on a central promise that they have been making to voters for years, but if they go ahead with repeal, they'll…- 2 days ago, Thursday December 8 -
  • Healthcare system not to blame for dip in life expectancy
    Hadley Heath ManningThe federal government has just released a report showing that for the first time in decades, U.S. life expectancy rates have dipped, from 78.9 to 78.8 years.- 2 days ago, Thursday December 8 -
  • When a mother's love turns into regret
    Elizabeth KingIncreasingly it seems like every ugly feeling is now regarded as brave self-disclosure, and suddenly we're bombarded with honesty at all costs.This year the media composed several stories about women who regret having children.- 2 days ago, Thursday December 8 -
  • A stark reminder from OPEC
    Jim TalentI am old enough to remember the first energy crisis in the early 1970s. That episode was a tremendous shock for two reasons: Gasoline prices spiked, and Americans realized just how vulnerable our nation had become to the whims of oil minist…- 2 days ago, Thursday December 8 -
  • Price's Obamacare replacement would shift power to patients — which is why special interests will hate it
    Charles KatebiDonald Trump is serious about wresting control of our healthcare system away from the federal government and giving power back to patients, and he just showed it by naming Rep.- 2 days ago, Thursday December 8 -
  • Dear Congress: Don't break up DC's school families
    Jason RussellBefore Congress gets to work on the big issues facing the rest of the country, it should take a few moments to make sure it funds a program that keeps Washington families intact.School families, that is.If you talk to some of the 1,200…- 2 days ago, Thursday December 8 -

Slate

Inside an Ice Sculptor’s Studio

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What Dinosaurs Really Looked Like

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The First Quick-Draw Shootout

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Is Sundrop Farms the Future of Agriculture?

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How To Dance The Heebie-Jeebie

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The Shortcut: Reheating Cold Pizza

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Salon

Daily Beast

  • How the Russians Can Blackmail Trump
    If it is true that the Russians hacked the Republican National Committee as well as the DNC, then their power over POTUS potentially knows few bounds.- 1 hour ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • WWIII: Dems & America vs. Trump & Russia
    The CIA believes Moscow tried to destroy Hillary Clinton and tilt the election. Republicans stayed quiet. This is a fight for who controls America: you or Putin?- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • J. Cole Is the Real Deal
    The pride of North Carolina has released his fourth studio album, 4 Your Eyez Only. Stereo Williams on where it places him in the rap game.- 10 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Why Has Porn Forgiven James Deen?
    One year later, the adult industrys biggest male star has received a combined 20 award nominations. And many of his sexual assault accusers are beside themselves.- 11 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The Ancient Greeks Warned Us About Trump
    We might think tyrants are the opposite of democracy. But like it or not, they can spring from within democracies as well. And here we are. Buckle up.- 16 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Suicide Journalism on the Mexican Border
    The editors and reporters of the Zeta weekly risk their lives with every issueand nobody reads them more closely than the cartels.- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump Is A Professional Dominatrix
    From Mitt Romney to Little Marco, Trumps former detractors and rivals are submitting themselves to public degradation, scraping and bowing for his favorand they seem to kinda like it.- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Supersonic Private Planes Are Coming
    The luxury of flat-bed flying isnt enough for the new plutocracy. They want to fly faster, a lot faster. They want their rocket backand they are going to get it.- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The Kid’s Lit Author Who Inspired Sendak
    Tomi Ungerer fills his stories with the usual ogres, orphans, and robbers of fairy tales, but his humanity always breaks through.- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The Sex Life of Queen Victoria
    In an era when womens sex lives were taboo, the British monarch embraced her sexuality and carnal pleasure.- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • My Run-In With Ferguson’s Arrogant PD
    A weekend dispatch to Ferguson was only the beginning of Americas next racial justice movement.- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • 111-Year-Old’s Secret Foie Gras Diet
    A study of some of the worlds oldest residents and their daily diets.- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Warsaw’s History Whitewash
    The firing of the Polish Institute director in Berlin has drawn attention to the way Warsaw is fine-tuning a tragic history: less about Jewish victims, more about Polish ones.- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Cruz Beckham’s Saccharine New Xmas Song
    Posh Spices 11-year-old son has released a single just in time for the holidaysand haters in the UK are accusing his parents of exploiting their family brand.- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • When John Glenn Saved Ted Williams
    The baseball great and the legendary astronaut were co-pilots during the Korean Warand Glenns cool head saved the Hall of Famer during a tense run-in with the enemy.- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -

Huffington Post

  • Starbucks Teams With Arizona State University To Offer Online College Program To Workers
    NEW YORK (AP) — Starbucks is rolling out a program that would allow its workers to earn an online college degree at Arizona State University at a steeply discounted rate.The coffee chain is partnering with the school to offer the option to 135,000…- Monday June 16 -
  • Is Terry Richardson An Artist Or A Predator? - The Cut
    Terry Richardson, displaced from his old photography studio on the Bowery by a high-end fitness chain, was at his new space, an unadorned floor-through loft down the street.Read More... More on Photography - Monday June 16 -
  • Threat Grows From Liver Illness Tied To Obesity
    Despite major gains in fighting hepatitis C and other chronic liver conditions, public health officials are now faced with a growing epidemic of liver disease that is tightly linked to the obesity crisis.Read More... - Monday June 16 -
  • On The Run From ISIS, Syrian Kurds Wonder If They've Left One War For Another
    ERBIL, Iraq -- On most days, Youssef Suleiman and his family of six can be found crowded around their television in a sprawling refugee camp on the outskirts of this Iraqi Kurdish city. Their tiny, white U.N. tent resembles nothing of their former li…- Monday June 16 -
  • Argentina Defeats Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-1 In World Cup Opener (VIDEOS)
    Argentina opened its 2014 World Cup campaign with a win that went from mundane to magical thanks to the man in the No. 10 shirt. Lionel Messi scored one goal and was involved in another as the two-time World Cup champions defeated Bosnia-Herzegovina,…- Sunday June 15 -
  • Martin Kaymer Easily Wins U.S. Open For His 2nd Major Title
    PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) — Martin Kaymer returned to the elite in golf with a U.S. Open victory that ranks among the best.A forgotten star for two years while building a complete game, Kaymer turned the toughest test of golf into a runaway at Pinehurst…- Sunday June 15 -
  • 6 Things You Should Know When Whale Watching
    There's a right way to go whale watching and there's a wrong way to go whale watching. If your tour boat bumps into a whale in the open ocean and the passengers proceed to touch it like they're at a petting zoo (like one recently did on the island of…- Sunday June 15 -
  • Messi's Magical Goal Is What The World Cup Has Been Waiting For (GIFs)
    The 2014 World Cup has gotten its first glimpse of Messi Magic. With the No. 10 on the back of his Argentina shirt and the hopes of a nation on his shoulders, Lionel Messi delivered a mesmerizing goal against Bosnia-Herzegovina for his second career…- Sunday June 15 -
  • Dad Catches Himself A Father's Day Gift At MLB Game While Holding His Baby (VIDEO)
    One dad at the Giants-Rockies game on Sunday looked like he had himself a pretty good Father's Day. As Rockies star Troy Tulowitzki's home run made its way to the stands in left field, a father holding his baby was making his way back to his seat. As…- Sunday June 15 -
  • Rio Police Clash With World Cup Protesters
    RIO DE JANEIRO, June 15 (Reuters) - Police blocked a small group of anti-World Cup protesters who were trying to reach the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday, before Argentina played Bosnia in the city's first game of the tournament.About 1…- Sunday June 15 -

National Geographic - Photo of the Day

Neon Nights
Neon Nights
Neon Nights | by With raindrops no longer falling, this street in Beijing, China, hums back to life under the glow of neon signs. Your Shot photographer Caue Ferraz took this photo in the neighborhood around Jingshan Park, a 57-acre green space with views into the Fo…
Sandy Oasis
Sandy Oasis
Sandy Oasis | by Anguilla, a British territory in the Caribbean, is a nation of tranquility, but Sandy Island takes it to another level. This speck of sand in the bright blue waters is constantly reshaped by the ocean and weather, and visitors to the cay are encourag…
Golden Hills
Golden Hills
Golden Hills | by Your Shot photographer Hannah Overeem captured this shot of her dog, Badger, an Australian cattle dog, in Chino Hills, California. She writes that the contrast of the golden field and blue-and-white sky give this image a “surreal” look.This phot…
Hidden Gem
Hidden Gem
Hidden Gem | by Forged by the wear of water rushing over rocks, Olo Canyon in Arizona is concealed inside the Grand Canyon. Its alluring landscape includes natural springs and rocks shaped like cathedral amphitheaters.See more pictures from the September 2016 story…
Behind the Curtain
Behind the Curtain
Behind the Curtain | by Circus performers in Hanoi, Vietnam, prepare for the show minutes before it gets under way. Nguyen Thi Thu Hiep, shown here stretching, is a contortionist. For extra money, she also performs at private parties and social events.See more pictures fro…
'You Dropped Something!'
'You Dropped Something!'
'You Dropped Something!' | by Your Shot photographer Suyash Mehta gained a souvenir from a passing eagle in Satara, India: a long feather. India is home to nearly two dozen eagle species.This photo was submitted to Your Shot, our storytelling community where members can take par…
City of Sun Showers
City of Sun Showers
City of Sun Showers | by Even in a rainstorm, Paris lives up to its nickname of the City of Light, as sun streaks through storm clouds over the city in this image by Your Shot photographer Raffaele Tuzio.This photo was submitted to Your Shot, our storytelling community wher…
A Flash in the Distance
A Flash in the Distance
A Flash in the Distance | by Flashes of lightning illuminate the night sky above Lake Ontario, as seen from an overlook in Lyndonville, New York—located about an hour from the Canadian border at Niagara Falls.This photo was submitted to Your Shot, our storytelling community w…
Flood of Color
Flood of Color
Flood of Color | by Floods bring a mosaic of color to the rice fields of Y Ty, Vietnam. The wet season typically lasts from May to June in the mountainous village.This photo was submitted to Your Shot, our storytelling community where members can take part in photo ass…

VOA

  • About 20 Police Injured in Istanbul Car Bomb Attack
    Two explosions hit Saturday night outside a major soccer stadium in Istanbul, and Turkish authorities say about 20 police officers have been wounded.Police cordoned off the area as smoke rose from the newly built Besiktas Stadium. Witnesses said gu…- 2 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Colombia’s Santos Touts Peace Prize as ‘Gift from Heaven’
    Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on Saturday, touting the honor as a “gift from heaven” for his efforts in ending the 50-year civil war in Colombia.- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • China Condemns US Defense Bill Provision on Taiwan
    China has spoken out against a U.S. defense bill passed Friday which includes a provision calling for yearly military exchanges with Taiwan, which Beijing sees as a breakaway province."China firmly opposes any kind of military exchanges between Tai…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Suicide Attack on Yemeni Army Base Kills at Least 50
    At least 50 Yemeni soldiers are dead after a suicide bomber blew himself up at the entrance of an army base in the city of Aden, according to local security officials.Officials said the bomber detonated himself in a crowd of hundreds of soldiers wh…- 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Exxon Chief Tillerson Emerges as Lead Contender for US Secretary of State
    Exxon Mobil President and CEO Rex Tillerson met Saturday morning with Donald Trump, one day after news accounts said Tillerson had emerged as the president-elect's top choice for U.S. secretary of state. Numerous news organizations reported Tillerson…- 7 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • US, European, Middle East Top Diplomats Meet in Paris Over Syria
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and other top diplomats are in Paris in a fresh attempt to find solutions for Syria's nearly six-year-old war that has claimed the lives of more than 300,000 people.French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault hosted…- 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • African Union Criticizes Gambian President Over Rejected Election Results
    The African Union is calling on Gambian President Yahya Jammeh to accept the results of the presidential election earlier this month as he said he would.AU Commission Chairperson Nkosozana Dlamini-Zuma said, "The chairperson of the commission stron…- 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Car Bomb Attack in Somalia Hits Police Checkpoint, Kills 2
    At least two police officers were killed and four others wounded in a car bomb attack on a police checkpoint near the Somali capital Mogadishu Saturday, officials and eyewitnesses said."The criminals have again carried out one of their cowardly att…- 10 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • South Koreans Celebrate President's Impeachment
    Throngs of South Koreans took to the streets of the capital Saturday to celebrate the impeachment of disgraced President Park Geun-hye.  The National Assembly voted to impeach Park Friday.Saturday marks the seventh consecutive Saturday South Kor…- 11 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • 5 Killed, Dozens Hurt in Blast After Bulgarian Train Derails
    Five people were killed in northeastern Bulgaria following a gas explosion on a derailed tanker train early Saturday, national radio reported. Officials said at least 23 people were injured, many with severe burns. Nikolay Nikolov, who heads the c…- 11 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Nobel Laureates, Others Gather to Fight Child Slavery
    Seven-year-old Siam stands speechless when asked what he would like to do when he grows up. He stares blankly as if being asked the most ridiculous of questions.The boy, dressed in a faded red T-shirt with a picture of a superhero and tattered blue…- 11 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Denial and Outrage in Russia at Latest Anti-Doping Report
    In the runup to the release of the World Anti-Doping Agency report, Match TV, a Kremlin-sponsored national sports channel launched earlier this year, rightly labeled the stakes involved.The WADA findings, the channel’s lead noted, would “determ…- 12 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Russians, Saudis Confident Deal Will Cut Oil Output
    Russia and Saudi Arabia said they expect OPEC and non-OPEC producers to reach an agreement Saturday to curtail oil output and prop up prices in the first such joint move since 2001.“We have a deal already. We are just putting the final touches. E…- 13 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • On Human Rights Day, UN Urges Everyone to Stand Up for Universal Rights 
    Countries around the world mark International Human Rights Day December 10.As disrespect for basic human rights continues to be widespread in many parts of the globe, the United Nations is calling on everyone to stand up for universal rights.“T…- 13 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Myanmar Farmers Hope NLD Can End Suffering of Junta-era Land Grabs
    The siblings Kaw Nan and La Moi appear glum and still shocked when asked to explain what happened to their father after he removed some fences that a company had built on his farmland in Phang Meti Village.In early August, they said, police suddenl…- 14 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Reports: CIA Believes Russia Helped Trump Win White House
    U.S. President Barack Obama has ordered the intelligence community to conduct a full review of “hacking-related activity aimed at disrupting the 2016 U.S. presidential election.”After his announcement Friday, two leading U.S. newspapers — The…- 14 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • US Sending 200 More Troops to Syria as Regime Forces Tighten Grip on Aleppo
    The U.S. defense secretary says the U.S. is sending an additional 200 troops to Syria.Ash Carter said Saturday the military personnel will be used to help drive Islamic State militants out of Raqqa, the self-proclaimed capital of the terrorist grou…- 15 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Actor Kirk Douglas Celebrates 100 with Family, Friends
    Kirk Douglas knows how to make an entrance. With boxing gloves in every centerpiece and the theme from Rocky blaring over the speakers, Douglas, one of the golden age of Hollywood’s last living legends, walked confidently into the Sunset Room at…- 15 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Judges: Wisconsin Recount to Continue; Michigan’s Will Not
    A U.S. judge in Wisconsin Friday rejected a request by supporters of President-elect Donald Trump to stop a recount of votes, while the Michigan Supreme Court denied an appeal by Green Party candidate Jill Stein to restart that state’s recount.Th…- 16 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Colombia’s Santos Touts Peace Prize as ‘Gift from Heaven’
    Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos accepted the Nobel Peace Prize on Saturday, touting the honor as a “gift from heaven” for his efforts in ending the 50-year civil war in Colombia.“With this agreement, we can say that the American contin…- 16 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Scandal, Impeachment Tarnish Park’s Family Legacy
    Park Geun-hye could always rely on one unwavering gift throughout a political career that saw a triumphant return as South Korea’s first female president to the palatial Blue House where she’d lived as a girl: She enjoyed the reflected devotion,…- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • World's First True Jet Backpack
    Technological advances in the last decade have made possible a dream of a usable, lightweight, jet-powered backpack that can fly for at least 10 minutes. A California-based firm demonstrated a turbine-powered device that anyone could fly around. VOA'…- 18 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Speedy Shell Growers Show Medical Promise
    Calcium is one of the human body's main building blocks. As the body ages, a deficiency of the mineral is likely. The easiest calcium supplement for the body to absorb, amorphous calcium, is also harder to find. Now, scientists say there's a cheap av…- 18 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Resignation Reigns Ahead of Romanian Parliamentary Vote
    When Romania's leftist government collapsed a year ago amid outrage over a deadly nightclub fire, many people spied an opportunity for sweeping change in a country plagued by corruption and inept public services.But after the surge of public anger…- 19 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Amazonian Tribe in Peru Says It Will Block New Oil Drilling Plans
    An indigenous federation opposed to a recently approved plan for oil drilling in the Peruvian Amazon said on Friday that native communities will physically block any attempt by oil companies to operate on their lands.Last week the Peruvian governme…- 19 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Pictures of Splendors Past: Aleppo Before the War
    A millennium-old minaret towering above Aleppo's Umayyad mosque, an imposing citadel overlooking the old city center, a medieval covered market and a 21st century shopping mall.Before Syria's ruinous civil war struck Aleppo, the country's largest c…- 19 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Researcher: Breast Cancer Deaths Decline in Many Countries
    A new study says the rates of breast cancer mortality are dropping across much of the world, but not everywhere.Using data from the World Health Organization, researchers at the International Prevention Research Institute in Lyon, France, calculate…- 19 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Ohio Lawmakers Approve College Campus Concealed-carry Bill
    Lawmakers in Ohio approved a bill on Friday that opens the way for licensed gun owners to carry concealed weapons on college campuses, less than two weeks after a man injured 11 in a stabbing attack at Ohio State University.State senators passed th…- 19 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Election Brings No Hope to Macedonia's Roma-run 'Ghetto,' say Voters
    As Sunday's election in Macedonia draws close, Amet Yashar jokes that politicians' newfound concern for his home, one of Europe's largest Roma communities, might not be wholly sincere.Suto Orizari district, a ramshackle settlement of more than 20,0…- 20 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Algeria Deports Hundreds of West African Migrants to Niger
    Algerian authorities have deported hundreds of West African migrants to Niger this week, trucking them thousands of miles across the desert in one of the biggest roundups seen this year, according to officials and human rights groups.Algeria has of…- 20 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump Proposals Could Start Trade War, Study Contends
    Implementation of President-elect Donald Trump's proposals on international trade could unleash a trade war that would plunge the U.S. economy into recession and cost more than 4 million private sector American jobs, a review of his plans says.The…- 20 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Senate Passes Spending Bill, Averts Government Shutdown
    With less than hour to spare, the Senate late Friday backed legislation averting a government shutdown as coal-state Democrats retreated on long-term health care benefits for retired miners but promised a renewed fight for the working class next year…- 20 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Beer-loving Czechs Approve Smoking Ban in Pubs, Restaurants
    The Czech lower house of parliament on Friday approved a ban on smoking in restaurants, bars and pubs, overcoming years of wrangling and bringing the country in line with most others in the European Union."This brings the Czech Republic [in line wi…- 20 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Country Star Garth Brooks in Talks for Trump Inaugural Celebrations
    Country star Garth Brooks is in discussions to perform at the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, the singer's representative said on Friday, as organizers of the event denied media reports that they were struggling to find A-list star…- 21 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Scenes from the Market in Qayyarah
    Fruits and vegetables abound at a local market in Qayyarah town, south of Mosul.- 21 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • US May Adjust Joint Military Training With Philippines
    A top U.S. Army general says his forces “may have to make some adjustments” to upcoming joint exercises in the Philippines if the new government no longer wants to conduct military combat readiness exercises.In an interview with VOA, Lt. Genera…- 21 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump Team Memo on Climate Change Alarms Energy Department Staff
    President-elect Donald Trump's Energy Department transition team sent the agency a memo this week asking for the names of people who have worked on climate change and the professional society memberships of lab workers, alarming employees and advisor…- 21 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Verdict on Haiti Vote Challenges Kicked Up to Highest Court
    A Haitian electoral tribunal says it's incapable of ruling on legal challenges filed by three presidential candidates who lost a preliminary tally in a landslide. The Friday decision means Haiti's highest electoral court will now have to examine c…- 21 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Cairo Blast Kills 6 Police Officers
    An explosion near a security checkpoint on a main road in Cairo killed six police officers and wounded three others Friday.- 21 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Motherhood is Biggest Challenge for 'Woman of the Year' Madonna
    Madonna was presented on Friday with Billboard magazine's Woman of the Year award, but the seven-time Grammy Award winner said one of her biggest challenges was being a good mother."The biggest accomplishment I think was finishing my tour, doing my…- 22 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Taylor Swift, Zayn Malik Surprise Fans with 'Fifty Shades Darker' Duet
    American pop star Taylor Swift and former One Direction member Zayn Malik released a surprise duet on Friday after joining forces for the upcoming "Fifty Shades Darker" movie soundtrack."I Don't Wanna Live Forever" will feature in the sequel to the…- 22 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Gambian President Rejects Election Outcome
    Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh says he rejects the outcome of last week's elections, after previously conceding defeat and vowing to step down.The president, who has ruled Gambia for more than 22 years, said on state television Friday night that h…- 22 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Strong Earthquake Hits Solomon Islands for 2nd Day in a Row
    An earthquake of 6.9 magnitude struck early Saturday off the coast of the Solomon Islands, one day after a 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit the same area.The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said there was no major tsunami threat, but cautioned that wave…- 22 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • EU Takes Step Toward Bosnia's Membership But Warns on Rhetoric
    The European Union's senior official for new memberships on Friday expressed concern about rising nationalist rhetoric and divisions in the Balkans as countries seek to join the bloc.EU enlargement commissioner Johannes Hahn urged regional leaders…- 22 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • USAID Initiative Empowers Youth Through Vocational Training
    According to the World Bank, 80 percent of Kenyan youth are unemployed. But an initiative by USAID is ensuring that youth who don't complete secondary school are trained in a vocation. The program, now in its second year, is having marked results. F…- 22 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • US Markets Close Higher Five Days Running
    It was another string of record-breaking trading days for U.S. markets as the major averages hit all-time highs, having tracked the best week since the presidential election.The S&P 500, Dow Jones industrial average and Nasdaq each closed higher ev…- 23 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Top 5 Songs for Week Ending Dec. 10
    We’re coming to grips with the five most popular songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Singles chart, for the week ending December 10, 2016.It’s been an active week, with two of our Top Five positions seeing newcomers…that’s a 40 percent turno…- 23 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Peace Deal Will Help Colombia Battle Cocaine, President Says
    Colombia's peace deal with Marxist rebels will help the country battle the cocaine trade, President Juan Manuel Santos said on the eve of collecting a Nobel Peace Prize that he called a "gift from heaven.”In Oslo for Saturday's award ceremony, Sa…- 23 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • US Air Force Has Too Few Fighter Squadrons to Meet Needs
    When Iraqi troops began the operation to retake Mosul last month, it was America’s F-22 Raptor jets that struck the first Islamic State targets there. But as American pilots keep flying missions abroad, there’s been a quiet crisis brewing at home…- 23 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Ukrainians Want to Make a Deal with Trump
    Ukrainians trying to figure out what to expect from U.S. President-elect Donald Trump may be having trouble.His praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin during the recent political campaign received a lot of media attention. On the other hand, Tr…- 23 hours ago, Friday December 9 -

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  • Turkey: explosions at Istanbul football stadium cause multiple casualties
    The blasts took place hours after a match between two of Turkey’s top teams, leaving at least 20 woundedTurkish authorities have reported that a major soccer stadium in Istanbul was hit by at least two explosions on Saturday night, in which around…- 59 mins ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Aleppo’s terrified residents flee rebel districts, death and hunger
    Syrians at a way station describe the attacks that swept them from their homesTwo-year-old Yasser, his woolly hat pulled down to his eyes, stared, silent and unsmiling, in his pram. His 20-day-old sister, Sana, slept beside him, unaware that the enti…- 1 hour ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Ed Miliband joins call for soft Brexit as conflict in Labour grows
    Tough choices must be made to safeguard economy, including scrapping of migration cuts, warns party’s former leaderThe UK should stay inside the EU’s single market and customs union even if this means there can only be limited cuts to immigratio…- 1 hour ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Far-right party still leading in Dutch polls, despite leader’s criminal guilt
    Geert Wilders has held on to his supporters in the Netherlands, despite a discrimination conviction.Volendam is a village of clogs, canals, cheese – and anger. A former fishing village-turned-tourist-haven north-east of Amsterdam on the Merkemeer l…- 1 hour ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Home Office forced to defend anti-fracking groups from extremism claims
    Government steps in after council and school identify campaigners as key risks under controversial Prevent programmeThe Home Office has been forced to make it clear that anti-fracking campaigners should not be considered extremists after a council an…- 1 hour ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Football chief under fire for ‘smear’ on Hillsborough supporters
    Call for police to investigate evidence given by ex-Premier League boss Sir Dave Richards about behaviour of Liverpool fansSerious doubts have been cast over the evidence about the Hillsborough disaster given in a statement by the former Premier Leag…- 2 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Maro Itoje the superman in ruthless Saracens’ six-try sacking of Sale
    • Saracens 50-3 Sale• Australia lock Will Skelton impresses on Saracens debutMost teams, however champion, would be forgiven for only half turning up for an assignment like this, but if Saracens’ appetite has been sated by their recent successe…- 2 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Atomic agency leader warns of disaster if Trump tears up Iran deal
    Hans Blix of the International Atomic Energy Agency says UK is unlikely to be able to sway Trump on nuclear dealHans Blix, the former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, has claimed it would be disastrous for the world if the US tore up t…- 2 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Jamie Vardy hat-trick leads Leicester demolition of Manchester City
    Leicester have performed like a wan tribute act for most of the domestic season but here they showed the qualities of which they are really made, and it was Manchester City who looked bogus. Jamie Vardy scored a hat-trick and Andy King once as Claudi…- 2 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Ex-BBC chief calls on Theresa May to resist Rupert Murdoch’s Sky bid
    Sir Michael Lyons says she should stand up to ‘growth in the Murdochs’ grip on news’Theresa May has been challenged by a former chairman of the BBC to stand apart from her predecessors by resisting Rupert Murdoch’s £11.2bn takeover of satell…- 3 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Venezuela seizes 4m toys to distribute to poor children as Christmas gifts
    Government authorities detained two executives from Kreisel, the country’s largest toy distributor, on suspicion of hoarding and price gougingThe Venezuelan government has seized nearly 4m toys from a private company and says it will hand them out…- 3 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • FBI covered up Russian influence on Trump's election win, Harry Reid claims
    The senator called for James Comey to resign for withholding information revealed in CIA report that Russian operatives gave hacked emails to WikiLeaksThe FBI covered up information about Russia seeking to tip the 2016 presidential election in Donald…- 3 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Cardiff’s Sol Bamba clashes with manager Neil Warnock after red card
    • Centre-half reacts angrily to sending-off in the 1-1 draw at Ipswich• Bamba appears to push the Cardiff physio then squares up to WarnockNeil Warnock said he will read the riot act to Sol Bamba after the defender spectacularly blew his top and…- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Patti Smith falters in Stockholm tribute to an absent Bob Dylan
    Representing the Nobel laureate at the prize-giving, the US singer admitted nerves in performance at Swedish academyA very nervous Patti Smith initially stumbled through A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall in Stockholm on Saturday in a performance given to…- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Leicester left looking inept and embarrassed by dominant Munster
    • Munster 38-0 Leicester• Manu Tuilagi sent to sin-bin on his first start since opening dayIt was a weekend when east Midlands rugby went west. Leicester followed Northampton’s humbling at home by Leinster the previous night with their heaviest…- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • AA Gill, journalist and restaurant critic, dies aged 62 – video obituary
    AA Gill, the award-winning journalist and restaurant critic, has died three weeks after revealing cancer diagnosis. His death on Saturday morning was confirmed by Sunday Times editor and colleague, Martin Ivens, who described Gill as “a giant among…- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Unite leader's aide leaves Communist party to join Labour
    Andrew Murray previously said communism represented ‘a society worth working towards’The chief of staff of Unite’s leader, Len McCluskey, has left the Communist party to become a Labour member.Andrew Murray, who last year said communism represe…- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Flint water crisis: Senate passes bill funding removal of lead-tainted pipes
    But environmentalists raise concerns about measure in bill reducing protections on California’s Bay-Delta estuary amid ‘partisan games’In some of its last business of the year, the Senate on Friday passed a bill that included $170m in funding t…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Fernando Llorente double steers Swansea to vital win over Sunderland
    Swansea City’s American owners chose a good afternoon to drop by the Liberty Stadium as Fernando Llorente scored twice for the second home game in succession to lift them off the bottom of the Premier League and out of the relegation zone on a perf…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Fraizer Campbell’s late leveller rescues Crystal Palace after Hull heroics
    Alan Pardew will have to wait and see if Wilfried Zaha’s exhilarating attacking improvisation is sufficient to pacify Crystal Palace’s critical American investors after his side once again displayed extreme defensive vulnerability. Related: Ferna…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Bournemouth crash back to earth as George Boyd goal gives Burnley win
    Historic highs tend to be followed by anticlimaxes but for Bournemouth, the deflation lay solely in the outcome. Last week’s 4-3 win over Liverpool was described as the greatest result in their 117-year existence and while the sequel contained simi…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Mesut Özil fires Arsenal past Stoke City and to the top of the table
    As weeks go, three straight wins, a flurry of 12 goals and the confidence booster of enjoying life top of their Champions League group and the Premier League (even if only temporarily), brings the sort of cheer Arsène Wenger must wish he could bottl…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Non-Opec countries agree to cut oil output to ease glut
    First agreement between Opec and non-members since 2001 to jointly limit output is likely to raise pricesOil-producing nations that do not belong to the Opec cartel have agreed to cut output by 562,000 barrels a day, Opec sources have said.The agreem…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Fantasy fashions: Johanna Goodman's Imaginary Beings – in pictures
    New York-based artist Johanna Goodman has been drawing, painting and making collages for more than 20 years. In 2015, she began, on a whim, the project Imaginary Beings – collages of people wearing surreal garments such as clouds or trains or bird…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Russia agrees to IOC demand over retesting for 2012 and 2014 Olympics
    • Agreement follows report by Wada investigator Professor Richard McLaren • Deputy PM says: ‘The IOC has decided to retest all the samples; let them retest’Vitaly Mutko, Russia’s deputy prime minister, said the country will accept an Intern…- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Silence review: the last temptation of Liam Neeson in Scorsese's shattering epic
    Returning to themes which have haunted his whole career, Martin Scorsese has made a film of grandeur and great fervour about Christianity, martyrdom and the silence of GodThe silence of God – or the deafness of man – is the theme of Martin Scorse…- 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The future of shopping: drones, digital mannequins and leaving without paying
    Amazon’s new stores track what you pick off the shelves and bill your account for it later – and that’s just part of what’s coming in retailAmazon may be set to bring its hi-tech till-free stores to the UK after registering the Amazon Go bran…- 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Acutely ill children waiting nine hours for beds in intensive care
    Some paediatric units now at 115% capacity, warns doctors’ bodySeriously ill children are waiting up to nine hours for an intensive care bed to become available, while others are being transported up to 120 miles from their homes to receive the med…- 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • AA Gill dies weeks after revealing he had cancer in restaurant review
    Sunday Times journalist dies three weeks after saying he had been diagnosed with ‘an embarrassment of cancer – the full English’ AA Gill, the award-winning writer and provocative television and restaurant critic, has died at the age of 62, less…- 6 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • X Factor promises grandstand finale amid plummeting ratings
    It has a new three-year ITV deal but has been battered by Strictly – does anybody still care about the talent show?The 13th series of The X Factor finishes this weekend with a grandstand finale that will feature performances from The Weeknd, Kylie…- 7 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Conor McGregor is taking a break – and yet we can't stop talking about him
    UFC 206 takes place in Toronto on Saturday, but Max Holloway and Anthony Pettis have received little attention. As usual, it’s all about a notorious Irishman If his promoter is to be believed, Conor McGregor won’t fight again until the dog days o…- 7 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Colombian president says Nobel peace prize win helped end civil war
    Juan Manuel Santos called the award, which was still given to him after historic peace deal was initially rejected, ‘a gift from heaven’ in acceptance speechColombian president Juan Manuel Santos on Saturday accepted the Nobel Peace prize, saying…- 7 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Watford and Stefano Okaka rally to hold off Everton and Romelu Lukaku
    Ronald Koeman has made his reputation as a canny, pragmatic manager in the Premier League but his Everton side were made to look naive by Watford as they maximised their opportunities to take all three points. Related: Bournemouth crash back to earth…- 7 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Several killed as Bulgarian freight train derails and explodes
    At least five people dead and three more in critical condition after train carrying propylene explodes after derailmentAt least five people have been killed and 29 injured as a freight train derailed and exploded in north-east Bulgaria, destroying ab…- 7 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Joe Root admits England got selection wrong again for fourth India Test
    • Vice-captain says in hindsight third spinner should have played• Alastair Cook said England played too many spinners in previous TestsJoe Root has admitted that England made an error in selection in the ongoing fourth Test with India, after a c…- 8 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Peter Tatchell disrupts Jeremy Corbyn speech with Syria protest
    Campaigner shouts over Labour leader, demanding he do more to condemn actions of Russia in conflictProtesters led by Peter Tatchell have disrupted a speech by Jeremy Corbyn, calling on the Labour leader to demand action to end the conflict in Syria.C…- 8 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Lionel Messi at the double as Barcelona cruise to win over Osasuna
    Barcelona put pressure on the La Liga leaders Real Madrid by picking up their first win in four league games as two second-half strikes from Lionel Messi and one from Luis Suárez secured a 3-0 win at struggling Osasuna on Saturday.The champions mis…- 8 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Slavoj Žižek: ‘We are all basically evil, egotistical, disgusting’
    The controversial philosopher, 67, on struggling with being a bad father, becoming more aggressive and how writing saved his lifeWe are all basically evil, egotistical, disgusting. Take torture, for instance. I am a realist. If I had a daughter and s…- 8 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • From films to Fox News: Rupert Murdoch's far-reaching media empire
    Murdoch is seeking to add full control of Sky to interests that range from US TV networks to British newspapersRupert Murdoch is the controlling force behind both Sky and 21st Century Fox, the New York-based company that owns a 39.1% stake in the sat…- 8 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • French MPs to vote on extending emergency powers beyond election
    Prime minister Bernard Cazeneuve says 17 attacks have been thwarted this year and extension is ‘absolutely necessary’The French government is seeking to extend the country’s state of emergency laws until after the presidential election, the pri…- 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Think airlines can't make flying any worse? Think again | Dave Schilling
    Next up: less head room and cutting a carry-on bag. Maybe the airline industry is the one thing that would benefit from a Trumpocalypse For all of the mind-numbing comforts of modern American life, there must be an associated cost. A piping hot pizza…- 9 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Why it's dangerous to outsource our critical thinking to computers
    It is crucial for a resilient democracy that we better understand how Google and Facebook are changing the way we think, interact and behaveThe lack of transparency around the processes of Google’s search engine has been a preoccupation among schol…- 10 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Colm Tóibín: The nightmare before Christmas
    Forget seasonal cheer, Dickens’s A Christmas Carol takes greater pleasure in Scrooge’s ghostly visions than in his redemptionA Christmas Carol takes the form of a dark journey of the soul from wilfulness, selfishness, and miserliness towards rede…- 10 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Relief at last: toilet charges suspended at two London train stations
    Decision to axe 50p fee at Victoria and Charing Cross understood to be goodwill gesture after rail service disruptionToilet charges at two of London’s busiest stations have been scrapped after passengers paid out thousands to spend a penny.The 50p…- 10 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Great Britain’s Kate Richardson-Walsh: You’re not playing hockey to be a star
    The captain of Britain’s gold-medal winning women’s hockey team in Rio admits it is still a surprise to be nominated for Sports Personality of the YearKate Richardson-Walsh has been practising her smile. “The famous Oscar-losing smile,” she s…- 11 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The 20 photographs of the week
    A wintry feel to the news of the week as captured by the world’s best photojournalists Continue reading...- 11 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • The Gambia: troops deployed to streets as president rejects election defeat
    Yahya Jammeh had conceded result to Adama Barrow but now claims ‘fresh and transparent elections’ are needed Troops have been deployed to the streets of Banjul, the capital of the Gambia, after the autocratic president, Yahya Jammeh, unexpectedly…- 12 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Sarah Perry: ‘One day I found myself reciting the opening of the novel. I knew the crisis had come’
    The novelist on lost notebooks, outrageous bouts of procrastination and why she’s still waiting to become a ‘proper’ writerTo be perfectly frank, I don’t write much. I never have. All my life I’ve done a lot of staring out of bus windows in…- 12 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Hundreds of people kill themselves after being in police custody, report finds
    Equality and Human Rights Commission says it has unearthed ‘serious gaps’ in care of people who have been detainedThe human rights watchdog has called for the NHS to take over the healthcare of people detained in police stations after it found th…- 12 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • We do our best at the Child Maintenance Service but lone parents still lose out
    Every day families who qualify for child maintenance are rejected simply because they can’t afford to pay the £20 application fee Since June 2014, when the Child Support Agency became the Child Maintenance Service, any parent who wants to apply fo…- 12 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • For Boris Johnson it’s hypocrisy day, not Human Rights Day | Emily Thornberry
    The Tories treat Saudi Arabia’s rights record as an inconvenience – yet trade should not come at the expense of our traditions of justiceIt is only five years since the then foreign secretary William Hague declared that there would be “no downg…- 13 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Who are Generation Z? The latest data on today's teens
    Gender fluid, hyper-stressed, politically engaged, connected but lonely: what do we know about modern teens?• Read more from the magazine’s teen takeoverToday’s youngest generation with a label, born after 2000, are connected yet isolated, savv…- 13 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • ‘It's not about your age, it's about your ideas’: the teen power list
    Meet the young activists, scientists, artists, athletes, entrepreneurs and big thinkers shaping your future• Read more from the magazine’s teen takeoverAn actor’s life is hard: it’s just one audition after another, and you have to grow a wall…- 13 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • I was not good at being a teenager. But I do have some advice...
    Who you are now is not who you will be. You are still taking shape. Meanwhile, create – and do things just for youThere are some people who claim they enjoyed their teenage years. These people say – and I swear this is true: I have actually met t…- 13 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Can you imagine a world without Star Wars, Harry Potter or Oasis?
    What if George Lucas had never made his space epic, or JK Rowling had never found a publisher for her boy wizard? Our writers have a tinker with pop-cultural history Related: Toshiro Mifune turned down Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader roles Continue r…- 13 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • 'It's crazy, for sure': meet the stars of Musical.ly
    Thirteen-year-old twins Max and Harvey Mills have 2.5m followers on the lip-synching app. Will global fame follow?• Read more from the magazine’s teen takeoverPaul Mills is using his phone to live-stream footage of his twin sons while they record…- 13 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • 'Painful, exhilarating, overrated': 16-year-olds on being in love
    Teenagers from around the world share stories of lust, crushes and heartbreak• Read more from the magazine’s teen takeoverI was head-over-heels infatuated with a boy from the age of 12 until just a few weeks ago. He was three years older, so unde…- 13 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Man urges MPs to back assisted dying before ending his life at Dignitas
    Andrew Barclay, 65, who died on Thursday, called for change in law before taking lethal dose of drugs in apartment near Zurich A grandfather has called on parliament to legislate in favour of assisted dying before ending his own life at Dignitas.Andr…- 13 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Burmese military killed seven of my children, says Rohingya refugee
    Woman’s account is one of a wave of reports of murder and rape by soldiers in Myanmar, amid claims of genocideNoor Ayesha held her last surviving daughter tight as their boat crossed into Bangladeshi waters. She left behind a firebombed home, a dea…- 14 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Obama's legacy: Lorrie Moore, Richard Ford, Marilynne Robinson and others look back
    His election was a historic moment, he campaigned on a platform of hope, but did President Obama deliver? Leading authors have their sayBrilliant and understated, urbane, witty, compassionate, composed, quietly fuelled by an idealism born of the lega…- 14 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -

The New York Times

A Deadly District in Chicago | The Daily 360 | The New York Times

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L.A. Noir The Full Cast: Great Performers | 360 VR Video | The New York Times

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59 Rescues in 2016, Witness the Last | The Daily 360 | The New York Times

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Natalie Portman: Great Performers | 360 VR Video | The New York Times

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Kristen Stewart: Great Performers | 360 VR Video | The New York Times

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Casey Affleck: Great Performers | 360 VR Video | The New York Times

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BuzzFeed

Vice

Business Insider

Dailymotion

Exclusive First Look: Power Rangers Ninja Steel
Den of Geek has an exclusive first look at Nickelodeon and Saban's new series, Power Rangers Ninja Steel. For everything we know about the series: http://bit.ly/2hu05ZTAuthor: denofgeekTags: Power Rangers Nickelodeon Power Rangers Ninja Storm Posted:…
- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -
Spider-Man: Homecoming - Primer tráiler V.O. (HD)
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- 2 days ago, Friday December 9 -
HHV Exclusive: Jerrod Carmichael and Amber Stevens talk "The Carmichael Show" chemistry, upcoming...
http://www.hip-hopvibe.com Michelle Madison recently caught up with Jerrod Carmichael and Amber Stevens of "The Carmichael Show" and had a conversation about the show. Their discussion led to a real-life conversation about political correctness, rela…
- 3 days ago, Thursday December 8 -
D31 : Kito de Pavant shows us the damages on his keel / Vendée Globe
D31 : Kito shows us the damage of his keelAuthor: VendeeGlobeTVTags: Vendée Paris Sailing IMOCA Vendée Globe around the world pc course extreme Kito de Pavant Bastide Otio Posted: 06 December 2016
- 4 days ago, Tuesday December 6 -
Head-to-Head Enduro Racing in the Mountains | Roof of Africa: Day 2
Alfredo Gómez crossed the line in the fastest time on the brutal 170km first day route of the Roof of Africa in Lesotho on Friday. The Spaniard finished just faster than Brit Graham Jarvis, with South African Scott Bouverie in third. Aside from t…
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Downhill MTB on Utah's King Kong Trail by Supermoon Light
On November 14, 2016, the moon traveled closer to the Earth than it has since 1948 — and we'll have to wait until 2034 until it gets this close again. With only a few days' notice, Darren Berrecloth seized the opportunity for an epic attempt to…
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Reuters

  • First gorilla born in captivity, age 59, returns to Ohio zoo after surgery
    (Reuters) - The first gorilla born in captivity has returned to her enclosure at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Ohio after recovering from successful surgery last week to remove a malignant tumor, the zoo said. - 2 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Ho, ho, ho! SantaCon is coming to town
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - From Boston to Austin and Chicago to Los Angeles, revelers across the United States will be donning red and white suits this weekend to mark the worldwide SantaCon holiday pub crawl. - 11 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • U.S. slated to sell $375 million of emergency reserve oil this winter
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government is slated to sell $375 million worth of crude oil from the country's emergency reserve this winter after Congress passed a temporary spending bill on Friday that contained a measure authorizing the sale. - 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Wisconsin judge rejects bid to stop election recount
    (Reuters) - A U.S. judge in Wisconsin on Friday rejected a request by President-elect Donald Trump supporters to stop a recount of election votes while the Michigan Supreme Court denied an appeal by Green Party candidate Jill Stein to restart the sta…- 17 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Legislation to fund US gov't through April clears procedural hurdle in Senate
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bill to fund the U.S. government cleared a procedural hurdle in the Senate on Friday and appeared poised to pass the chamber, averting a government shutdown. - 18 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Child porn suspect on 'most wanted' list arrested in Alaska
    (Reuters) - A man who was on a federal law enforcement agency's top 10 "most wanted list" after being indicted on charges of distributing child pornography was arrested in Alaska, officials said on Friday. - 18 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Deadly New York crane collapse in February was operator error: report
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A crane collapse in February that killed one person, injured three pedestrians and flattened parked cars along a busy street in New York City was the result of operator error, a city report concluded on Friday. - 20 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Dallas pension fund halts payments following mayor's lawsuit
    (Reuters) - The Dallas Police and Fire Pension System's board has halted withdrawals from a deferred retirement plan following a lawsuit by the city's mayor, who claimed withdrawals were accelerating the $2.7 billion pension system's descent into ins…- 22 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • 'I had to do it,' accused gunman says of South Carolina church attack
    CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - Jurors in the federal hate crimes trial of Dylann Roof watched a video on Friday of the avowed white supremacist confessing to killing nine parishioners at a historic black church in South Carolina and saying he felt he "…- 23 hours ago, Friday December 9 -
  • Polar vortex redux? U.S. forecasters say it could hit next week
    CHICAGO (Reuters) - Forecasters are sending chills down some spines with a prediction that much of the northern half of the United States could see frigid weather next week similar to life-threatening lows the polar vortex brought to parts of the cou…- 1 day ago, Friday December 9 -

World News

  • AI flights ‘unaffected’ by Chinese air zone
    Air India’s flights that pass through China’s newly established Air Defence Identification Zone (ADIZ) over the disputed East China Sea are unaffected by Beijing’s new move, according to airline officials, because the airline has already been f…- Saturday December 7 -
  • US airlines give China flight plans for air defence zone
    US airlines United, American and Delta, have notified Chinese authorities of flight plans when travelling through an air defence zone Beijing has declared over the East China Sea, following US government advice. The zone has raised tensions, particul…- Sunday December 1 -
  • US airlines give China flight plans for new defence zone
    US airlines United, American and Delta, have notified Chinese authorities of flight plans when travelling through an air defence zone Beijing has declared over the East China Sea, following US government advice. The United States said on Friday it ex…- Sunday December 1 -
  • WRAPUP 3-U.S. airlines give China flight plans for new defense zone
    By Marina Lopes and Lesley Wroughton NEW YORK/WASHINGTON Nov 30 (Reuters) - U.S. airlines United , American and Delta, have notified Chinese authorities of flight plans when traveling through an air defense zone Beijing has declared over the East Chi…- Saturday November 30 -
  • American and Delta notify China of flights through disputed zone
    Airlines confirm compliance with government advice a day after China scrambles jets in answer to US and Japanese planes...- Saturday November 30 -
  • WRAPUP 2-U.S. airlines give China flight plans for new defence zone
    n">NEW YORK/WASHINGTON Nov 30 (Reuters) - Two of the biggest U.S. airlines, American and Delta, have notified Chinese authorities of flight plans when travelling through an air defence zone Beijing has declared over the East China Sea, in line with U…- Saturday November 30 -
  • U.S. airlines advised to give China flight plans over new defense zone
    WASHINGTON/TOKYO (Reuters) - The United States advised its commercial airlines to notify Chinese authorities of flight plans when travelling through an air defense zone that Beijing established a week ago over the East China Sea, ratcheting up region…- Saturday November 30 -
  • China scrambles jets to track US, Japanese planes in disputed zone
    In an escalation of the standoff over islands in the East China Sea, the Chinese Defense Ministry said Friday that it had scrambled two fighter jets to identify U.S. and Japanese planes flying through claimed airspace without notice. It was the lates…- Saturday November 30 -
  • Japan and US stoke war of the skies with China
    This week, the US and Japan have both defied new Chinese demands by flying aircraft, unannounced, into disputed airspace over a cluster of controversial islands in the East China Sea. On Saturday, Beijing published a map of its new “air defence ide…- Thursday November 28 -
  • China asserts control over air zone despite US flight
    BEIJING, Nov 27: China insisted on Wednesday it has the capacity to enforce its controversial newly-declared air zone over islands disputed with Japan, despite Beijing’s reluctance to intervene after American B-52 bombers flouted its rules. The fli…- Thursday November 28 -
  • US concerned by China's air zone claim in disputed region of East China Sea
    THE United States has pressed its concerns over China's newly declared air defence zone, a day after American B-52s flew over the disputed area in the East China Sea. Vice President Joe Biden will confront the Chinese leadership about the controversi…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • China asserts air rights despite US flight
    A B-52 Stratofortress Photo: AP Beijing, China: China has insisted it has the ability to enforce its newly-declared air zone over islands disputed with Japan, despite Beijing's reluctance to intervene after American B-52 bombers entered the area. The…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • US assures Japan in islands dispute with China
    US Secretary of Defence Chuck Hagel Photo: AP Washington: The United States pledged support for ally Japan on Wednesday in a growing dispute with China over islands in the East China Sea and senior US administration officials accused Beijing of behav…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • China monitored US B52 bombers' flight through disputed air defence zone
    The open challenge by the US to China's new air defence zone over the East China Sea was met with a muted response in Beijing, as China faced growing resistance to its attempt to extend its authority in the region....- Wednesday November 27 -
  • China’s air defence zone unnecessarily inflammatory: US
    American officials came down hard on Beijing’s November 23, 2013 demarcation of an Air Defence Identification Zone that includes territory it disputes with Japan, even as they defended the flight of two American B-52 bombers through the zone as bei…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • China says it monitored US flights through air defence zone
    Washington refusing to acknowledge zone and US officials say B-52 bombers entered it without identifying themselves...- Wednesday November 27 -
  • US defies China as planes cross disputed zone
    Washington/Tokyo - Two unarmed US B-52 bombers on a training mission flew over disputed islands in the East China Sea without informing Beijing, defying China's declaration of a new airspace defence zone and raising the stakes in a territorial stando…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • Defying China‚ U.S. bombers fly into East China Sea zone
    Added At: 2013-11-27 9:51 AM Last Updated At: 2013-11-27 9:51 AM The Himalayan Times - Saved Articles(s) The headlines has been added to your saved article(s) To View your saved article(s)please Click Here » Close Reuters A group of disputed isl…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • Defying China, US bombers fly into East China Sea zone, no response from China
    WASHINGTON/TOKYO: Two unarmed US B-52 bombers on a training mission flew over disputed islands in the East China Sea without informing Beijing, defying China's declaration of a new airspace defence zone and raising the stakes in a territorial standof…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • Defying China, US aircraft fly over East China Sea without notification
    Two US military aircraft have flown around disputed islands in the East China Sea without informing China, the Pentagon said on Tuesday, defying China's declaration that the region falls into a new airspace defense zone. "We have conducted operations…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • Defying China, U.S. bombers fly into East China Sea zone
    WASHINGTON/TOKYO (Reuters) - Two unarmed U.S. B-52 bombers on a training mission flew over disputed islands in the East China Sea without informing Beijing, defying China's declaration of a new airspace defense zone and raising the stakes in a territ…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • WRAPUP 3-Defying China, U.S. bombers fly into East China Sea zone
    * No response from China to B-52 bomber flights over new zone * Japanese airlines stop giving flight details to China * China has said would take measures against aircraft that don't identify themselves * Issue on agenda when Vice President Biden vis…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • US flies B-52 bombers in China’s air defence zone
    WASHINGTON, Nov 26: Two US B-52 bombers flew over a disputed area of the East China Sea without informing Beijing, US officials said on Tuesday, challenging China’s bid to create an expanded “air defence zone.” The unarmed aircraft took off fro…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • US defies China's fly zone with B-52 flight
    WASHINGTON: Two American B-52 bombers flew over a disputed area of the East China Sea without informing Beijing, challenging China’s claims to an expanded air defense zone, officials said Tuesday. The flight of the giant, long-range Stratofortress…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • US bombers defy China's air-defence zone
    Tweet Washington, Nov 27 (IANS) Two US B-52 bombers defied China's new air-defence zone over the East China Sea, flying directly into the demarcated zone without reporting the flight plans, officials said. The Chinese authorities had declared seeking…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • US defies China by flying bombers into disputed airspace
    The US has defied Chinese claims over an area of international airspace by flying two unarmed long-range B52 bombers over a chain of islands in the East China Sea between China and Japan. Ignoring new demands from China on aircraft flying into an are…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • Defying China, US flies two B-52 bombers into East China Sea zone
    Two unarmed US B-52 bombers on a training mission flew over disputed islands in the East China Sea without informing Beijing, defying China’s declaration of a new airspace defence zone and raising the stakes in a territorial standoff. The flight di…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • US defies China, sends bombers into disputed East China Sea zone
    WASHINGTON -- The U.S. dispatched a pair of bombers to fly over a disputed island chain in the East China Sea, challenging a new claim by China that it controls an air defense zone over the area. The aircraft flew out of Guam on Monday and entered th…- Wednesday November 27 -
  • United States responds to Chinese 'air identification zone' over Japanese-claimed islands by sending B-52 bombers
    THREE days ago China declared a no-fly zone over waters claimed by Japan. Yesterday, the US flew bombers over them. Today, China has sent in an aircraft carrier. Are these the drums of war on our doorstep? It has all the “red flags” of conflict:…- Tuesday November 26 -
  • UPDATE 1-Defying China, U.S. aircraft fly over East China Sea without notification
    (Recasts lead, adds details, background throughout) By Phil Stewart and David Alexander WASHINGTON Nov 26 (Reuters) - Two unarmed U.S. B-52 bombers on a training mission flew over disputed islands in the East China Sea without informing Beijing, Pent…- Tuesday November 26 -
  • US defies China with B-52 flight
    Two unarmed US B-52 bombers on a training mission flew over disputed islands in the East China Sea without informing Beijing, Pentagon officials say, defying China's declaration of a new airspace defence zone in the region. The flight on Monday night…- Tuesday November 26 -
  • US challenges China airspace
    TWO US B-52 bombers flew over a disputed area of the East China Sea without informing Beijing, US officials said, challenging China's bid to create an expanded "air defence zone." The unarmed aircraft took off from Guam and the flight was previously…- Tuesday November 26 -
  • US defies China with B-52 flight over disputed islands
    Two unarmed US B-52 bombers on a training mission flew over disputed islands in the East China Sea without informing Beijing, Pentagon officials said on Tuesday, defying China's declaration of a new airspace defense zone in the region. The flig…- Tuesday November 26 -
  • US defies China to fly over disputed Senkaku islands
    Two unarmed US military aircraft have flown over disputed islands in the East China Sea without informing China which has asserted its control over the airspace, a Pentagon spokesman said on Tuesday. "We have conducted operations in the area of the S…- Tuesday November 26 -
  • US aircraft fly over East China Sea
    WASHINGTON - Two US military aircraft have flown around disputed islands in the East China Sea without informing China, the Pentagon said on Tuesday, defying China's declaration that the region falls into a new airspace defense zone. “We have condu…- Tuesday November 26 -
  • Japan urges airlines to disregard China air zone rules
    Japan has urged airlines not to follow China's new air defence zone rules, even as some local and international carriers began complying. Officials said China's new air defence identification zone was "not valid at all" and should be disregarded. But…- Tuesday November 26 -
  • US, Japan Criticize China Air Defense Zone
    VOA News Japan's defense chief said Tokyo is working closely with Washington following China's establishment of an air defense zone over disputed waters in the East China Sea. The U.S. and Japan have vowed not to recognize the air defense identific…- Tuesday November 26 -
  • Asian Airlines to Give Flight Plans to China After Airspace Zone
    Reuters BEIJING/TOKOYO — Asian airlines will inform China of their flight plans before entering airspace over waters disputed with Japan, regional aviation officials said on Monday, effectively acknowledging Beijing's authority over a newly declare…- Tuesday November 26 -
  • China Hit with Complaints Over Maritime Air Defense Zone
    China faced a barrage of complaints from the United States, Japan and South Korea on Monday, following its creation of an air defense zone over disputed waters in the East China Sea. Beijing reacted angrily, filing its own formal protests over the cr…- Monday November 25 -
  • Asian airlines to give flight plans to China after airspace zone created
    BEIJING/TOKYO: Asian aviation officials said airlines would have to inform China of flight plans before entering airspace over waters disputed with Japan, forcing carriers to acknowledge China's authority over a newly declared "Air defense identifica…- Monday November 25 -
  • China asserts air zone rights despite US B-52 flights
    BEIJING (China) (AFP) - China has insisted it has the ability to enforce its newly-declared air zone over islands disputed with Japan, despite Beijing's reluctance to intervene after American B-52 bombers entered the area. The flight of the giant lon…- Monday August 26 -

MSNBC

  • Pair of explosions in Istanbul leaves...
    Reports say at least 13 people in Istanbul are dead after a pair of explosions went off near a major soccer stadium. NBC's Betty Nguyen reports.- 39 mins ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • What will Ben Carson mean for HUD?
    Dr. Ben Carson is Donald Trump’s choice to run Housing and Urban Development. The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under George W. Bush, Steven Preston, shares what he thinks Carson will bring to the job.- 3 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Who is Rex Tillerson?
    MSNBC's Ali Velshi gives some background on who Rex Tillerson is and the history of some of his business practices.- 3 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Fake news persuasive among many Americans
    Radio Host at WTMJ Milwaukee, Charlie Sykes, weighs in on the rise of fake news among the American people and the challenge of convincing people of the truth. Sykes also weighs in on Donald Trump's potential Secretary of State pick.- 3 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump team criticizes media over Russia hack
    The Washington Post's national security correspondent, Greg Miller, discusses how he and his colleagues went about reporting Russia's ties to the election and how the RNC Spokesman, Sean Spicer, is pushing back against the New York Times.- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Concerns over Trump's potential Secy of...
    Rep. Michael McFaul talks with Sheinelle Jones about why he is uncomfortable with Donald Trump's alleged Secretary of State pick.- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • NBC News: Trump chooses Secy of State
    NBC News can confirm that Donald Trump has chosen Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump and Clinton teams bickering post...
    Huffington Post contributor Peter Emerson and MSNBC political analyst, Elise Jordan, discuss both Trump and Clinton teams vitriol post-election.- 4 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • EPA not withstanding Trump’s Administration?
    Donald Trump has called climate change a hoax with plans to nominate Scott Pruitt to lead the EPA. Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-NY, talks about Trump’s plan to overrule Obama’s agenda on the EPA.- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -
  • Trump team denies Russia swayed election
    The CIA is not denying Russia had a hand in the 2016 election, but Trump’s team is. New York Times reporter, Yamiche Alcindor, and Politico’s Azi Paybarah discuss Trump’s aggressive defense against those claims.- 5 hours ago, Saturday December 10 -

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