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  • Jack Wilshere: Arsenal midfielder available for loan move from Gunners
    Arsenal are willing to let England midfielder Jack Wilshere go out on loan to get first-team football.- 4 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Illegal UK entry arrests surpass 27,000 in three years
    More than 27,000 people suspected of illegally entering the UK have been arrested over the past three years, official figures obtained by the BBC show.- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • US Open 2016: Kyle Edmund upsets Richard Gasquet, Johanna Konta goes through
    Kyle Edmund upsets 13th seed Richard Gasquet and fellow Briton Johanna Konta beats Bethanie Mattek-Sands at the US Open.- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Taylor Swift misses awards for jury duty
    Is the real reason Taylor Swift wasn't at the MTV Video Music Awards because she was called up for jury duty in Nashville?- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Thousands of migrants rescued off Libya
    About 6,500 migrants are rescued in a series of 40 co-ordinated operations off the coast of Libya, the Italian coast guard says.- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Newcastle Primark toddler kidnapping: Mother forgives culprits
    The mother of a little girl who was kidnapped from a Primark store says she forgives the two teenagers who took her.- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • 'I didn't know drinking would harm my child'
    South Africa has the highest reported rate of babies born with foetal alcohol syndrome - Nomsa Maseko reports from the Western Cape.- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Newspaper review: 'Willy Wonka' dies and UK's 'Non' to asylum plan
    A UK "showdown" with France over asylum proposals, the death of "Willy Wonka" star Gene Wilder and a health warning over vaping feature in the papers.- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Home Secretary Amber Rudd in France for security talks
    Home Secretary Amber Rudd is due to meet her French counterpart in Paris later, amid calls for British border controls in Calais to be reviewed.- 7 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Twins conjoined at birth prepare to start school
    Twins Rosie and Ruby Formosa, who were born conjoined and had an operation to separate them, are preparing to start school.- 7 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Aboriginal mum posts daughter's 'whiteface' photos
    An Aboriginal mother has posted photos of her daughter dressed in 'whiteface' to highlight the "double standards" inflaming racial debates in Australia.- 9 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Yemen hit by suicide bombing 'carnage' in Aden
    At least 60 people are now known to have been killed in Yemen by a suicide bomber, who drove a car into a military building in the city of Aden.- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • The legal hustle
    Street skills are being translated into use in the corporate world with the help of a course teaching "the legal hustle".- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Unsocial housing
    The tenants placed miles away from home by councils looking for lower-cost social housing solutions.- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Forbidden symbol
    The Paralympics start on 7 September. Here are 10 things you should know ahead of the Games.- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • 'Gorillas over people'
    Uganda's government is being accused of caring more about gorilla tourism than Batwa pygmies, write Tommy Trenchard and Aurelie Marrier d'Unienville.- 11 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Forgotten pioneer
    Thirty years ago, India discovered the dreaded HIV virus had reached its shores when blood samples from six sex workers tested positive.- 11 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Washing puzzle
    Can an algorithm turn you into an efficient sock-sorting machine?- 11 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Feel the rhythm
    The latest assistive technologies are enabling people with disabilities to be more active and compete at the highest level.- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • 'Real and relatable'
    After a year of asking CEOs to reveal their advice for success, BBC News looks at the role of gender in business mentoring.- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Rajini Vaidyanathan: Trolled for reporting on Trump
    While covering a Donald Trump rally, BBC reporter Rajini Vaidyanathan received a barrage of online abuse, some of it racist. Here she explains what happened, and how it sheds light on an ugly side to the US Presidential race.- 13 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • A look back at actor Gene Wilder's life
    The BBC's Nick Higham looks back at the career of actor Gene Wilder, who has died at the age of 83.- 14 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • The comedy legacy of Gene Wilder
    Wild-eyed star who became one of Hollywood's top comedy talents.- 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Driverless Roborace car speeds around Donington
    A prototype racing car, testing self-driving technology for the forthcoming Roborace contest, takes a lap around Donington Park's circuit.- 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • England v Pakistan: Liam Plunkett says unbeaten hosts short of 'perfect game'
    England are short of perfection despite going unbeaten in limited-overs cricket this summer, Liam Plunkett says before the third ODI with Pakistan.- 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • A rum do
    Joining the crowds for the Grand Finale parade during the 50th anniversary of the Notting Hill Carnival.- 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Andrew Walker: Are US-Europe TTIP trade talks tanking?
    Germany's economy minister claims that talks about the TTIP trade deal have failed highlight the uphill battle that negotiators are facing.- 23 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Brazil impeachment: Key questions
    Your questions answered on the impeachment proceedings against Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff.- 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -
  • US anthem and flag: Etiquette and law
    As American Football player Colin Kaepernick attracts criticism for refusing to stand for the US national anthem, what is the etiquette surrounding playing the national anthem and displaying the flag?- 2 days ago, Sunday August 28 -
  • What next for Islamic State in Libya after Sirte?
    Militants of so-called Islamic State are on the verge of being ousted completely from their stronghold in Libya’s central coastal city of Sirte.- 3 days ago, Friday August 26 -
  • Africa's top shots: 19-25 August 2016
    A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.- 4 days ago, Friday August 26 -
  • Italy earthquake
    Images from before and after an earthquake struck central Italy show the huge scale of the disaster.- 5 days ago, Thursday August 25 -
  • Aiming for the skies
    Amateur rocket enthusiasts have gathered in Scotland to mark 30 years of aiming for the skies.- 5 days ago, Thursday August 25 -
  • Myanmar earthquake
    Scores of historic sites in Bagan - some there since the 10th Century - were badly damaged by the 6.8-magnitude earthquake that struck central Myanmar on Wednesday.- 5 days ago, Thursday August 25 -
  • Quake-hit Italy from air
    Aerial shots reveal the devastation in Amatrice following Wednesday's earthquake which killed at least 247 people in central Italy.- 5 days ago, Thursday August 25 -
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  • Sympathy for Anthony Weiner
    Anthony Weiner screwed up again. The man who resigned in disgrace from Congress over his illicit sexting scandal, then self-sabotaged his comeback bid in the New York mayoral race with similarly bad behavior, was just caught sexting yet again — th…- 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • How The Night Of lost perspective
    The Night Of ended with an episode nearly as polished and grim as its premiere. But the finale — titled "The Call of the Wild" — was exhausted and ashen at all the beats where the premiere was bloody and sensationalist. The Khan family dinner in…- 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • The rise of the American conspiracy theory
    America's presidential politics have become a dizzying scrum of insults and gossip that frequently veers into outright and angry conspiracy theorizing.Blame democracy. It has killed our faith in "experts" peddling "truth."The democratizing urge to…- 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • The chaotic brilliance of Gene Wilder
    In the 1964 children's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, we meet Mr. Willy Wonka, the enigmatic proprietor of the "largest and most famous" chocolate factory in the world, like this:"Mr. Wonka was standing all alone just inside the open gates…- 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • 4 creative solutions to the media's Donald Trump problem
    Don't believe Donald Trump when he tells you he despises the press. The news media has given Trump a hugely successful (and inexpensive) campaign platform. And Trump has long been a master at getting the news media to talk about him. His repentant A…- 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • The next president will have a terrible relationship with the press
    In less than three years as president of the United States, John F. Kennedy gave 64 press conferences, for an average of one every 16 days. While some prior presidents had given more, they were usually off the record, with the president chatting ami…- 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • How this century-old German myth explains the cowardice of the GOP
    Many Republican lawmakers think Donald Trump is going to lose hard. They also think they have to support him anyway.You might think that's backwards. But there's a very good explanation: Dolchstoßlegende. Translated, the word means "stabbed-in-the…- 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • The Federal Reserve's moral imperative
    The Federal Reserve is usually understood as the bankers' bank. But what if it was the people's bank?At the Fed's annual Jackson Hole conference last week, an assortment of community organizers, activists, labor organizations, and economists showed…- 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Stephen Colbert skewers Donald Trump's 'very questionable Gandalf' doctor
    Donald Trump and his allies have been questioning Hillary Clinton's health in recent days, but Trump's health is at least a much a mystery, Stephen Colbert said on Monday's Late Show. "I mean, he's got the kind of glow you can only get from being in…- 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • The frolicsome sex appeal of Channing Tatum
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  • The utility of astrology
    I'm a Taurus, which means I'm patient, calm, and caring, but also means I'm possessive, obstinate, and prone to choose habit over reason. The most consistent characteristic of a Taurus, however, is stubbornness. We are not the most logical or charis…- 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Donald Trump's 'fresh thinking' on display in unusual campaign spending
    Donald Trump spent all last fall and much of the winter defying the conventional wisdom about presidential campaigns, and he's apparently hoping to ride his unorthodox campaign choices all the way to victory in the November election, according to Fe…- 2 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Stephen Colbert goes big, hits hard with the Anthony Weiner jokes
    August is a slow news month, but "fortunately something popped up, Anthony Weiner," Stephen Colbert said on Monday's Late Show. "I just want to extend my thanks to him for rising to the occasion with this truly rock-solid story... boner." He shrugge…- 3 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • ISIS has buried up to 15,000 people in 72 mass graves, AP says, with more to be found
    The Islamic State overran large swathes of Syria and Iraq in the summer of 2014, and the militants left traces of their massacres dotting the landscape. In a new report, The Associated Press identifies 72 mass graves in Syria and Iraq, and says many…- 4 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Rick Perry will reportedly appear on Dancing With the Stars
    When your presidential aspirations fizzle out and die, the next best thing is to go on television and cha-cha your way back into the spotlight.The official Dancing With the Stars lineup for Season 23 won't be announced until Tuesday's edition of Go…- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Rachel Maddow gleefully reads a list of terrible things more popular than Donald Trump
    Public Policy Polling (PPP) is a Democratic polling firm with a good track record (Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight gives it a B+ rating) and an idiosyncratic sense of humor, and Rachel Maddow had some new results she was excited to share on Monday nig…- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • 1 dead, 3 wounded in explosion near Chinese embassy in Kyrgyzstan
    A car exploded near the Chinese Embassy in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, the government's heath ministry announced, killing the driver and injuring three people. It appears the car rammed the embassy's gate before it blew up, Reuters reports. The state secur…- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Kevin Bacon's Tom Petty and Jimmy Fallon perform, rewrite the history of 'Free Fallin''
    This is one of those Tonight Show sketches where you wish they'd also release video of the pitch meeting where this idea was hatched and hammered out. On Monday's show, Kevin Bacon showed that his acting and singing skills extend to a very solid Tom…- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Family: Gene Wilder didn't reveal his Alzheimer's diagnosis in order to keep fans smiling
    When the family of Gene Wilder announced Monday that he died at 83 from complications due to Alzheimer's, many were shocked to hear he had been living with the disorder for the past three years. In a statement, they explained why the actor decided t…- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Apple expected to reveal iPhone 7 next week
    On Monday, Apple sent invitations out for its autumn product launch Sept. 7 in San Francisco, leading many to believe the company will debut the iPhone 7 at the event.Apple did not confirm any details, but typically during the annual September even…- 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Officials: Russian hackers targeted Arizona, Illinois election systems
    A spokesman for Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan (R) said Monday that the FBI told state officials in June that Russians were behind a hack targeting the Arizona voter registration system.The spokesman, Matt Roberts, told The Washington Po…- 9 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • More than 6,000 migrants fleeing Libya rescued at sea
    The Italian coast guard says on Monday it rescued roughly 6,500 migrants off the coast of Libya.Thousands of #migrants rescued in the Mediterranean Sea about 13 miles from Sabratha, Libya. @morenatti2004 #refugee pic.twitter.com/5oPf4VJKAe— AP…- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Hollywood remembers 'true genius' Gene Wilder
    The passing of Gene Wilder at the age of 83 is hitting Hollywood hard, with friends and co-workers remembering the man who brought Willy Wonka, the Waco Kid, and Dr. Frankenstein to life.Mel Brooks, his director in Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenste…- 11 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Fox News calls ex-anchor Andrea Tantaros a 'wannabe' sexual harrassment victim
    Fox News on Monday denied claims made by former anchor Andrea Tantaros, who filed a lawsuit earlier this month saying she was taken off the air in April in retaliation for complaining about advances from former chairman Roger Ailes.The network call…- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • The stock market boom of the Obama years
    President Obama has presided over some of the best years to invest of the last century, The New York Times reports. The stock market has risen 11.8 per­cent on an annualized basis since Obama took office, the third best performance during an Americ…- 14 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • David Duke is explicitly tying his Senate candidacy to Donald Trump
    Former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke has recorded a robocall touting his candidacy for Senate in Louisiana, and in the recorded message he explicitly ties his campaign to Donald Trump's. Duke has been piggybacking on Trump's increasingly prom…- 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Gene Wilder dead at 83
    Gene Wilder died at the age of 83, his family said Monday. Wilder was best known for playing Willy Wonka in the titular 1971 film, as well as for having roles in the Mel Brooks comedies The Producers and Young Frankenstein.Wilder was diagnosed with…- 16 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • A creepy clown is reportedly trying to lure children into the forest in South Carolina
    Children in Greensville, South Carolina, are claiming that a clown is trying to lure them into the forest, CBS News reports. "There has been several conversations and a lot of complaints to the office regarding a clown or person dressed in clown clo…- 16 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Why did Taylor Swift skip the VMAs?
    Nobody exactly enjoys jury duty, but fulfilling one's civic duty is certainly a little better when you're doing it with Taylor Swift:Jury Duty with Taylor pic.twitter.com/AwtkU2MIjm— Tracy Bates (@TracysActivism) August 29, 2016The formerly N…- 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • How terrorism affects tourism
    The numbers of tourists heading to Spain, Portugal, and other sunny European nations have increased up to 30 per­cent this year compared with 2015, CNN reports. Experts say travelers are eager to avoid destinations seen as potential terrorist targe…- 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Donald Trump celebrates Huma Abedin's separation from Anthony Weiner
    Donald Trump on Monday commended Huma Abedin for choosing to leave her husband, former New York congressman Anthony Weiner. And given Abedin is a top aide to Hillary Clinton, Trump also used the opportunity to slam a longtime enemy."Huma is making…- 19 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • 2016 U.S. Open begins in New York
    The 2016 U.S. Open begins Monday with Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic as top seeds going into the tournament.With 12 Grand Slam titles already under his belt, Djokovic has had a bit of a rough summer, losing in the third round of Wimbledon and t…- 19 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • This is what it's like to get hugged by Beyoncé
    At the MTV VMAs on Sunday night, Beyoncé performed a lengthy, show-stopping medley of songs from her hit visual album, Lemonade. But somewhere between coordinating adorable mother-daughter outfits and unabashedly laying out the raw emotions of mari…- 19 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • 25-year-old lures Donald Trump donors into contributing to PAC that has spent $0 on Trump
    More than 20,000 donors have contributed almost $350,000 to a Donald Trump super PAC that has spent $0 on Donald Trump, Politico reports. The PAC, operated by 25-year-old Ian Hawes, offers an opportunity to win "Dinner with Donald Trump" but the fin…- 19 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Huma Abedin announces separation from Anthony Weiner
    Huma Abedin announced her separation from husband and former New York congressman Anthony Weiner on Monday, following a report by the New York Post that Weiner sent sexual texts and photos to another woman. "After long and painful consideration and…- 20 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton's 'brainpower' is 'highly overrated'
    You may have heard: Hillary Clinton is old, sick, shrill, bigoted, dishonest, murderous. But! Lest you run out of unflattering adjectives for the presidential hopeful, Donald Trump wants to throw one more on the pile: dumb.That what he implied Mond…- 20 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Researchers are investigating if strong signal from SETI is an 'extraterrestrial civilization'
    Astronomers searching for life on other planets have picked up a "strong signal" that has the faintest chance of indicating an "extraterrestrial civilization," Ars Technica reports. The signal comes from the direction of a star about 95 light years…- 20 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Brazilian president takes stand during impeachment trial
    Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is defending herself before the nation's Senate on Monday during her impeachment trial, following accusations she illegally tinkered with the budget to hide the national deficit and, in doing so, hurt the economy.…- 21 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Freak lightning storm kills 300 reindeer
    Lightning killed reindeer in apocalyptic proportions during a thunderstorm in central Norway, the Norwegian Environment Agency reports. The shocking event left 323 of the animals dead, including 70 calves. "We have not heard about such number before…- 22 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Anthony Weiner embroiled in new sext scandal
    Former New York congressman Anthony Weiner reportedly sent sexually explicit photos and texts to a woman on multiple occasions in the past 19 months, the New York Post reports. Weiner allegedly tried to get the woman to meet him, and sent her multip…- 22 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • EpiPen manufacturer will release generic to help make lifesaving allergy drug more affordable
    The manufacturer of the lifesaving allergy drug EpiPen said Monday that it will release a generic version of the medicine for a list price of $300 for two, following widespread criticism after the company, Mylan, dramatically increased the price fro…- 22 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • <p>The daily business briefing: <em>August 29, 2016</em></p>
    1. Embattled drug maker Mylan announced Monday that it would launch a cheaper, generic alternative to its EpiPen emergency auto-injectors to treat severe allergic reactions. The company has faced heated criticism over recent attention to sharp hikes…- 23 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Modern day 'Jack the Ripper' arrested in Western China
    Chinese police have arrested a 52-year-old man from Lanzhou who they believe murdered 11 people during a 14-year rampage. If confirmed, the arrest of Gao Chengyong could mark the end of a nearly three-decade-long hunt for China's "Jack the Ripper."…- 23 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Joe Scarborough gives Donald Trump a brutal nickname — and it's sticking
    Donald Trump is getting a taste of his own medicine: While the Republican nominee has successfully branded his political enemies with nicknames like "Lyin' Ted Cruz" and "Crooked Hillary Clinton," Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough came up with a moni…- 23 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • <p>10 things you need to know today: <em>August 29, 2016</em></p>
    1. Donald Trump said via Twitter on Sunday that he would give a "major speech" on illegal immigration Wednesday. Trump raised questions about his policies last week when he postponed the immigration speech and said he was considering "softening" his…- 23 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Historic Colombia FARC ceasefire goes into effect, potentially forever
    At 12:01 a.m. on Monday morning, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) officially ceased hostilities to honor the terms of a peace accord signed in Havana, Cuba, last week. FARC leader Rodrigo Londono, also called Timochenko, described t…- 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -
  • The surreal experience of Donald Trump co-opting my writing for campaign propaganda
    Five years ago, when I first moved from South Africa to Washington, D.C., I lived in a crummy basement room in Silver Spring, Maryland, and worked at an unpaid internship. I made a bit of cash tutoring organic chemistry on the side, but not nearly e…- 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -
  • How Donald Trump destroyed immigration reform
    Donald Trump is an expert in branding himself and his "ideas" for the millions of people who don't follow politics closely: Do it in the most blunt way possible. Even a rock could identify the Trump campaign by few things. First the red hat, with th…- 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -
  • The daring life of a smokejumper
    As wildfires continue to rage across the driest, hottest parts of the U.S. this summer, many Americans have been forced to flee their homes. Meanwhile, an elite group of firefighters called smokejumpers are parachuting into the heart of the blazing…- 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Donald Trump's weird love affair with eminent domain
    Justice Antonin Scalia is dead. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is 83. Justice Anthony Kennedy is 80. And Justice Stephen Breyer is 78. With one Supreme Court seat vacant and three more vulnerable to the ravages of time, our next president may well be a…- 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -

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X-ray satellite uncovering the secrets of Black Holes

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Financials lift stocks

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Fire tears through refugee camp in Iraq

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  • 'Strong signal' sparks alien speculation
    Astronomers engaged in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) are training their instruments on a star around 94 light years from Earth after a very strong signal was detected by a Russian telescope. - 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • India's tourist advice: Don't wear skirts
    India's tourism minister is furiously backpedaling after suggesting that women who visit India shouldn't wear skirts for their own safety. - 2 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Newborn twins among 6,500 migrants rescued in 30 hours
    A five-day-old newborn peers out from a pink blanket. His dark, almond-shaped eyes stare directly at the camera, his tiny hand tucked underneath his chin. - 2 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • From terrorist to university expert?
    George Washington University has hired a former Islamic extremist to work at its center on homeland security -- a man who once denounced the United States and made threats against the creators of the TV series "South Park" for depicting the Prophet M…- 4 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Abedin 'furious and sickened' after new sexting allegations
    Former Rep. Anthony Weiner, who torpedoed his own political career five years ago with a sexting scandal and whose wife is Hillary Clinton's closest adviser, has deleted his Twitter account after allegedly sending sexually suggestive photos again.…- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Is 2016 the year of celebrity deaths?
    Enough already, 2016. - 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Michelle Obama's attack sub has come in
    The US Navy has received an attack submarine sponsored by first lady Michelle Obama and named for her home state, the Navy announced Monday. - 7 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Third breakdown in year for $360M US Navy combat ships
    For the third time in a year, one of the US Navy's $360 million littoral combat ships has been knocked out of action by mechanical problems. - 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Gene Wilder, star of 'Willy Wonka,' dead at 83
    Gene Wilder, who brought a wild-eyed desperation to a series of memorable and iconic comedy roles in the 1970s and 1980s, has died, his lawyer, Eric Weissmann, said. - 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Opinion: America's justice system: 'The Night Of' nails it
    HBO's "The Night Of" concluded Sunday night, with a perfect true-life resolution to a criminal prosecution: There were winners, and losers, but, like the criminal justice system, the winners and losers are hard to identify, and winning isn't all that…- 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Opinion: Gene Wilder was a new kind of Hollywood star
    Gene Wilder, who died Tuesday at 83 after a long illness, was the kind of movie star who could have only come into being during the 1970s when movies themselves were in flux, writes Gene Seymour - 9 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • John Lennon's killer denied parole
    Mark David Chapman, the man who killed John Lennon 36 years ago, was denied parole for a ninth time on Monday, on the grounds that his crime was premeditated and celebrity-seeking in nature, the New York State Board of Parole said. - 9 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Astronauts released from year in isolation
    A crew of intrepid astronauts have emerged after a year on Mars... kind of. - 9 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Tom Barrack: Trump shouldn't talk about Weiner
    Tom Barrack, a close friend and business associate of Donald Trump, said Monday the Republican presidential nominee should not continue to comment on the latest scandal surrounding former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner. - 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Obama to meet Erdogan amid anti-ISIS squabble
    President Barack Obama will meet his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on the sidelines of this week's Group of 20 meetings in China to discuss efforts against ISIS, the White House said on Monday. - 11 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Turkey targets Kurdish forces in Syria
    Turkey's president says he will take action against ISIS and Kurdish forces in northern Syria to keep citizens safe. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports. - 11 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • What's driving the shootings in 'Chi-raq'?
    CNN's Amara Walker discusses gun violence and issues plaguing Chicago with Liz Dozier, Managing Director of Chicago Beyond. - 11 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Clinton at fundraiser: 'I do not know which Trump will show up' at debates
    Hillary Clinton discussed the pros and cons of debating Donald Trump Monday at a fundraiser in the Hamptons, telling donors that while she is preparing to debate, she doesn't "know which Donald Trump will show up." - 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Trump disavows robo-call from David Duke
    Donald Trump's campaign is disavowing support from a prominent white nationalist, David Duke, who is once again causing problems for the Republican nominee by claiming that Trump is a kindred spirit. - 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Gary Johnson: Skip Trump's wall
    I'm tired of hearing about a big, beautiful wall and who should pay for it. And I'm weary of hearing politicians try to gain votes on the backs of immigrants, both legal and undocumented, by calling one another bigots. - 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Is the Indian defense minister Ash Carter's new BFF?
    The US and India's defense chiefs held their sixth meeting Monday, underscoring US efforts to bolster its relationship with India as part of President Barack Obama's pivot to Asia. - 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Keep mafia out of Italy earthquake rebuild, warns prosecutor
    Italy's anti-mafia chief is adamant that the country's notorious crime syndicate must be kept from infiltrating reconstruction efforts, as an investigation opened into why so many buildings collapsed in a devastating earthquake last week. - 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • NFLer's protest, slavery and the national anthem
    "I cannot stand and sing the anthem. I cannot salute the flag. I know that I am a black man in a white world." - 13 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • White House, Trump object to Kaepernick views of US
    Both the White House and Donald Trump objected Monday to views expressed by NFL star Colin Kaepernick about the treatment of minorities in the US. - 13 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Wilder's request for Wonka role
    In an interview with Larry King in 2002, Gene Wilder talks about how he got his role as Willy Wonka. - 13 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Wilder: I love acting, hate show business
    In an interview with Larry King in 2002, Gene Wilder explained that as much as he loves acting and art, he hates show business. - 14 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Chicago shootings likely to exceed 2015 numbers
    Chicago is on track to cross a disturbing threshold and top the number of shootings and homicides in the city in 2015. It's not a war zone, but it helps explain why some people who live there call it Chi-raq, a name that draws an analogy between the…- 14 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Watch this tot's dramatic rendition of the ABCs
    This video of Violet Ogea's passionate performance has been viewed more than 3 million times on Facebook since her mom Christina posted it on August 25, 2016. - 14 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • NY1 puts Anthony Weiner on indefinite leave
    Multiple news organizations have moved to sever or suspend their ties with Anthony Weiner on Monday after new reports that the former congressman was involved in another sexting scandal. - 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Juan Gabriel: 5 things you should know about the late music legend
    The death of Latin American music legend Juan Gabriel is heartbreaking news for throngs of fans who've followed his music career for decades. - 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Boy, 7, starts campaign to replace fallen K9
    Seven-year-old Ethan Engum is helping police in Green Bay, Wisconsin, cope with the loss of a beloved member of their team. - 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Police officers shoot teen during chase
    Newly released surveillance video shows a teen running from police in December 2013. The teen's family has filed a federal lawsuit against the officer citing excessive force. - 16 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • EpiPen maker is new symbol of greed
    The national outrage this month, sparked by a social media campaign by parents, has forced EpiPen maker Mylan Pharmaceuticals to respond by launching a generic version of EpiPen at a 50% discount to its current price. - 16 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • What IS Trump's immigration plan?
    Donald Trump's lack of clarity on dealing with some 11 million undocumented immigrants is starting to look deliberate. - 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • The slain Chicago woman's mom forgives her killer
    Losing a child is more than most parents can bear. - 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • China's 'Jack the Ripper' caught
    Police in China say they have captured a man that raped and killed 11 women since the late 1980's. - 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Amber Rose: 'I take a lot of punches for being a feminist'
    Amber Rose is used to being "slut shamed" but hopes her struggles will bring awareness to the issue. - 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Why do people sext?
    Why do people sext? Why do they send racy or naked photos or videos and sexually loaded texts? - 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Autistic boy showered in birthday cards after mother's plea
    An autistic boy from Devon has received thousands of birthday cards, gifts and messages from strangers around the world after his mother's online plea went viral. - 18 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Apple's next iPhone will likely be unveiled Sept. 7
    The company, which sent out invitations to members of the press on Monday, is expected to unveil the rumored iPhone 7. The affair kicks off at 10:00 a.m. PT at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. - 18 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Opinion: Who's really to blame for Hope Solo's fall?
    Many soccer fans consider Hope Solo the best goalkeeper, male or female, U.S. Soccer has ever seen. She has played in 202 international games and delivered shutouts in more than half of those. She's won two Olympic gold medals and helped secure the U…- 18 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Opinion:Trump, do black lives matter more than the NRA?
    Donald Trump recently began saying he's concerned with keeping African Americans safe from gun violence. - 18 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • A 3-million-year-old cold case solved
    After analyzing Lucy's bone fractures, scientists at the University of Texas at Austin may have figured out how our early human ancestor met her end. - 18 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Clinton on pace to post her top fundraising month
    Hillary Clinton raised over $11 million Sunday at three events in tony towns throughout the Hamptons, putting Clinton on place to make August her top fundraising month of the campaign. - 19 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • ISIS claims deadly wedding bombing
    ISIS has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that killed at least 15 people and injured 16 others at a wedding late Sunday in the central Iraqi city of Karbala. - 20 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • 'My God, Duterte, stop doing this!'
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  • The best of the VMAs
    From Beyoncé's surprise stage recreation of "Lemonade," to Britney Spears' big comeback, here are some of the best moments from the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards. - 20 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Life in the rubble of Italy's deadly earthquake
    Residents and rescue workers in Amatrice, Italy, react to the devasting earthquakes that killed more than 250 people and reduced much of the town to rubble. - 21 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • What happened at LAX?
    Police are searching Los Angeles International Airport following unconfirmed reports of a shooting at the facility. "All precautions being taken to ensure safety of public. Remain calm. Thank you for your cooperation," a tweet from Los Angeles Airpor…- 21 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Engine explodes during flight
    A Southwest Airlines flight from New Orleans to Orlando was forced to make an emergency landing when one of the engines failed, the airline said. - 22 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Stars hit the red carpet at VMAs
    Celebrities attend the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards in n New York on Sunday, August 28. - 22 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Police: LAX shooter reports unfounded
    Los Angeles Airport police confirmed that reports of shots fired in the facility were a false alarm. All terminals have been cleared and operations have restarted. - 23 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Student killed in fight at Cornell
    One Ithaca College student was killed and another was injured after being stabbed during a "large fight" on the nearby Cornell University campus early Sunday in Ithaca, New York, officials from both schools said. - 24 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Man's music helps homeless people get donations
    In his spare time, musician Chris Leamy takes his talents to the streets of New York where he busks for tips -- not for himself, but for the homeless. - 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Transgender rules in limbo as school begins
    Students returning to school this fall are likely to face some confusion as school boards struggle with the issue of access to bathrooms for transgender individuals. - 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Military's fashion gaffes cost hundreds of millions
    In 2008, the Navy debuted a new blue, black and gray uniform named Navy Working Uniform Type I. It just had a couple of hiccups: It melted in heat, weighed a ton and was effective camouflage only for sailors who happened to find themselves in water.…- 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -
  • What's streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu in September
    Sure the weather is still nice, but with summer time winding down and kids heading back to school, it's time to catch up on your streaming entertainment. - 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -
  • 'Heavenly birthday' memorial held after vicious killing
    Mourners planned a "heavenly birthday" memorial Sunday for Victoria Martens, the 10-year-old New Mexico girl who Albuquerque police say was raped by her mother's boyfriend and then killed while her mother watched. - 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -
  • A look inside Kanye West's exclusive 'Famous' exhibition
    This weekend, rapper-fashion-designer Kanye West has added one more hyphen to his introduction, taking on the role of visual artist at Los Angeles gallery Blum & Poe. - 1 day ago, Monday August 29 -

Vimeo

Tigerilla - TULIPS ft. Gill Bates
A Music Video by GOONO Directed by Tom Noakes In association with UNKO (Belinda Dean) And Scoundrel Films Starring: Ethan Dzang – Student Karina Bracken - Teacher Brock Fitzgerald – Janitor James Brown – Cinematographer Antony Miller – Art…
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A Year in Space - Ep.12: Welcome Home
After a year in space, Scott Kelly and Mikhail Kornienko reunite with their families and begin the long, painful process of readjusting to life on Earth.Cast: TIME VideoTags: iss, houston, nasa, mikhail kornienko, cosmonaut, astronaut, space,…
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The Avalanches | Subways
Directed by Mrzyk & Moriceau • Produced by DIVISION™ for Modular Recordings • VFX by MathematicCast: DIVISION
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aRm1
After a life-changing motorcycle accident, Chris Ganley was faced with giving up the thing he loved or finding a new way to race. -- DIRECTED BY: The Roos Brothers PROD CO: Greenpoint Pictures PRODUCER: Katrina Bayoneto (NY), Alex Levin (London) MUSI…
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Infinitude
CLICK HD, 4K if you can. Headphones HIGHLY recommended. INFINITUDE - Mixed Media, 5.5 mins. Infinitude is a meditation on the cosmic evolution of matter and energy over time. Experimental filmmaking techniques such as time-lapse, high-speed, and st…
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Michael Nau – Love Survive
A lighthearted Summery track and a calming music video. "Love Survive" is taken from Michael Nau's forthcoming album "Mowing" out 18th November. Pre-order form fulltimehobbystore.com/buy/mowing-1 Director & Animator: Parallel Teeth | parallelteeth.co…
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CBS News

National Geographic

Examiner

  • Give power back to the people
    Washington ExaminerOne analysis of the 2016 campaign, accounting for Donald Trump's and Bernie Sanders' popularity is that voters feel powerless and consequently are angry.- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Public split on charter school autonomy
    Jason RussellThe American public is fairly split on charter school autonomy, according to a new poll from PDK International.About 48 percent of Americans say public charter schools should have to meet the same standards as traditional public schools…- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • The good in Trump's tax plan is held hostage by the bad
    Charlie SauerAfter a month of political, social, and common sense gaffes, Donald Trump attempted to shake off the bad vibes by introducing a serious economic proposal.- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • U.S. won in Rio — but it's not winning on trade
    Julia K. Hughes and Matt PriestWatching the Olympics closing ceremony in Rio on Aug. 21, we felt a swelling sense of national pride.- 13 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Rush Limbaugh: 'I never took Trump seriously' on deportations
    Byron YorkRush Limbaugh said Monday he does not believe Donald Trump has flip-flopped on deporting the 11 or 12 million immigrants in the country illegally because he, Limbaugh, never took Trump's deportation proposal seriously in the first place.Li…- 14 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • The stories they tell
    Noemie EmeryFor a long time, the story Republicans told themselves about Donald Trump was that he could "normalize," that once he had won the nomination he would calm down and be rational, stabilize his own team, organize his own structure and start…- 14 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • College presidents: Come to us for 'safe spaces'
    Ashe SchowAfter the University of Chicago published a letter saying it would not be giving in to campus crybullies and creating "safe spaces" and "trigger warnings," a couple other college presidents rushed to tell students they would provide such pr…- 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Price controls work no better in America than in Venezuela
    Andrew F. QuinlanEvery day seems to bring new tales of human suffering and economic woe from defiantly socialist Venezuela.- 16 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • School found accuser's claims 'meritless,' still punishes the accused
    Ashe SchowThe University of Chicago may have won some points by refusing to adopt "safe spaces" and "trigger warnings" for incoming freshmen, but its foray into social-justice activism still needs some work.- 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Americans grade the nation's public schools, and the result isn't good
    Jason RussellAccording to a new poll from PDK International, about four in 10 Americans grade the nation's public schools as a C. More than a quarter of Americans give the nation's public schools a failing grade.Looking at trends since President Oba…- 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Now we can ignore Anthony Weiner forever
    Jason RussellNow that Huma Abedin has decided to leave her marriage with Anthony Weiner, the media and the public are finally free to ignore Weiner's antics forever.He has no ties to the Clinton campaign now that his wife, the vice chairwoman, has l…- 19 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • This police department is trying to fix its sex crimes unit
    Ashe SchowPolice departments haven't always been helpful for victims of rape, domestic violence or child abuse, and that needs to change.The New Orleans Police Department is trying to change its ways, and so far appears to be doing a decent job.- 19 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Which school choice program is best?
    Jason RussellIs Florida's K-12 scholarship program the best private school choice program in the nation? The American Federation for Children, a pro-school choice group, says it is in the first edition of the group's semi-annual school choice ranking…- 19 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Byron York: Obamacare is failing. Why isn't Donald Trump talking about it?
    Byron YorkObamacare is in deep trouble. The exchanges created by Barack Obama's signature achievement are attracting millions fewer customers than predicted.- 22 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • A summer of terror — and a better way forward
    Rep. Michael McCaul In recent weeks, the Islamic State reached a horrific milestone: 100 terrorist plots or attacks against Western countries in just two years.- 22 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • The resentment election
    Hugh HewittSome presidential elections are fueled by fear. Ronald Reagan won in 1980 because the country was afraid of developments at home and abroad.Some contests run on gratitude and hope, including Reagan's re-election and President Obama's firs…- 1 day ago, Sunday August 28 -
  • What Trump has taught us about immigration
    W. James Antle IIIIs he or isn't he? That's been the question of the week about whether Donald Trump is "softening" his hardline stance on illegal immigration, adopted ahead of the Republican primaries.What exactly is going on with Trump and immigra…- 2 days ago, Sunday August 28 -
  • The naked truth about the burkini ban
    Dan HannanSome ladies in hijabs live near me, and we often stop for a chat when we pass in the street. There was a time when their choice of headgear would have provoked suspicion.- 3 days ago, Saturday August 27 -
  • The needle breaks on the recording industry's DOJ song
    Andrew LangerEarlier this month, the Department of Justice handed the music industry a major setback. Over the past weeks, the music industry has pulled out all the stops to stop Justice's decision to decline to update consent decrees that govern the…- 3 days ago, Saturday August 27 -
  • Welfare reform, 20 years later
    Washington ExaminerThis week in 1996, under great political pressure, President Bill Clinton finally (after two vetoes) signed the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act, more comonly known as "welfare reform.- 4 days ago, Friday August 26 -
  • Chicago U to the crybullies: You can handle the truth
    Washington ExaminerThe University of Chicago took a small but important step this week in protecting academic freedom.- 4 days ago, Friday August 26 -
  • Byron York: Hillary Clinton BleachBits her past
    Byron YorkWhile Hillary Clinton was preparing to deliver a big speech portraying Donald Trump as a racist, a figure from Clinton's recent unhappy past — Rep.- 4 days ago, Friday August 26 -
  • In a federal mandate for waste, envelope lobby reveals Washington
    Timothy P. CarneyFive years ago, a new quirky-sounding consumer-rights group set up shop in a sleepy corner of Capitol Hill.- 4 days ago, Friday August 26 -
  • Maybe borders aren't the worst invention ever
    Michael Barone"Borders are the worst invention ever made by politicians." Those were the words of Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Union's European Commission, at the Alspach Media Academy in Austria last Monday.Nonsense, most readers…- 4 days ago, Friday August 26 -
  • Where feminism went wrong
    Ashe SchowNo one suggests men and women shouldn't have equal rights. So by the textbook definition, we should all be feminists.Why then, do so many women — especially young women — refuse the label?Feminism has gotten a reputation in the past f…- 4 days ago, Friday August 26 -
  • Trump can't win by talking about race
    Michael GrahamAs the guy who (literally) ran the "AnyoneButMitt.com" website in 2012, I feel the need to give Gov.- 4 days ago, Friday August 26 -
  • Keep art in galleries, not government offices
    Mac Zimmerman What do a $1.2 million decorative rock in Palo Alto, a $185,000 pile of thread balls in Pakistan and a $285,000 "artistic" Morse code display on the side of a California parking garage all have in common?You paid for them.This is noth…- 4 days ago, Friday August 26 -
  • Turn the spotlight on Clinton
    Washington ExaminerDonald Trump's rise during the Republican presidential primaries was helped by billions of dollars worth of free media coverage.- 4 days ago, Thursday August 25 -
  • Trexit?
    Daniel AllottDown in the polls, Donald Trump is trying to revive his campaign by identifying with another recent populist revolt that defied the odds: the campaign for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.Last week Trump tweeted, "They wil…- 5 days ago, Thursday August 25 -
  • How Trump's immigration trap was set
    W. James Antle IIIIs Donald Trump getting ready to flip-flop on his signature political issue? His message on immigration has become hopelessly muddled and some of his strongest supporters worry he's going soft.At some point, a Trump immigration cra…- 5 days ago, Thursday August 25 -

Slate

Why Does Hollywood Always Use the Same Classical Music?

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BattleBots Enter the Punderdome

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Shortcut: No-Clip Chip Bag Fold

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Everybody Wants Some Space Invaders Tricks

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How Hard Is It To Make Your Own Children’s Book?

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This Is Gay Culture, According to Television

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Salon

Daily Beast

  • When Michael Moore Got ‘Played’ by Trump
    On Late Night, Michael Moore tells the bizarre story about the first time he met Donald Trump.- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • The Most Historic Climate Decision Yet
    For the first time, the federal government has put a price on carbon dioxide and its bound to transform how we fight global warming.- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Huma Abedin, the Good Wife, Walks Away
    With Hillary Clintons top aide by his side, the fallen congressman had remained a big wheel in this town despite multiple sexting scandalsuntil now.- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • How to Build a New York Mega-Mansion
    Sean Parker, Facebooks co-founder, has bought three brownstones in Greenwich Village to build one super-mansionfollowing an extravagant trend set by Roman Abramovich and Michael Bloomberg.- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Where Did Dr. Drew Go Wrong?
    Speculating on Hillary Clintons health might be the final blow to Dr. Drew Pinskys long and controversial career.- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Inside the Secret Files of ISIS
    Reading the recently captured ISIS documents is like watching a bad comedy about embezzlement, infiltration, and bureaucratic infighting.- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Nobody’s Buying Trump’s Immigration Lies
    The words and positions Trump used to win over the enraged white people who put him over the top in the GOP primary arent flying with Americans now.- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • How ‘You’re the Worst’ Became the Best
    During a day on the L.A. set of this FX series, its creator and four stars preview an even more ambitious Season 3.- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • The Second Act of New York’s Chumley’s
    One of Manhattans landmark watering holes is set to (finally) reopen after nearly a decade.- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Hillary KKK Backer or Elaborate Troll?
    Grand dragon William Quigg has said hell vote for Clinton and has donated $20,000 to her campaign. But is he just blowing smoke?- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Colbert Roasts Anthony Weiner
    A month after the former congressman was a guest on the Late Show, Stephen Colbert relentlessly mocked his latest tribulations.- 7 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Is Drake Really in the Friend Zone?
    After Drake went in for a kiss after declaring his love on the VMAs stage and came up short, hes trying to prove Rihanna really likes him. We look at the evidence.- 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Gene Wilder’s Amazing Cancer Legacy
    As co-founder of Gildas Club, Wilder turned his grief over wife Gilda Radners death into action around ovarian cancer and helping those affected by all cancers.- 9 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Trump Doctor ‘Overmedicated’ Patients
    Settled lawsuits alleged Donald Trumps doctor Harold Bornstein overmedicated his patientsone with Valium and morphine well above therapeutic levels.- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Gene Wilder’s Last Big Interview
    In his last major interview, at the 92nd Street Y in 2013, Wilder looked back at his career and explained what made him stop acting.- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -

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

  • Somaliland’s Planned Port Upgrade Buoys Ambitions
    A plan to upgrade Somaliland's port of Berbera promises to transform the ancient town, almost tripling the port’s size and boosting the region's economy, backers say. But critics contend the plan was pushed through without sufficient explanation an…- 1 hour ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Number of Globe Trotting Indian Tourists Swells With Rising Incomes
    Manasi Chadha, 35, spent ten days holidaying in Spain along with six family members this summer. It is the third year in a row that she took an overseas vacation – Portugal and Italy were the earlier stops.   “Travel kind of opens up your thi…- 3 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • EU Could Force Apple to Pay Billions in Back Taxes
    The European Union could order tech giant Apple to pay Ireland billions of euros in back taxes. The European Commission had already called Apple’s Irish tax deal illegal.Apple's corporate structure allowed the company to legally funnel its int…- 3 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Rights Group Calls for More Refugees in Europe on Anniversary of Toddler’s Death
    This week marks the one year anniversary of the death of Aylan Kurdi, a Syrian toddler whose body washed up on a beach in Turkey, and whose photograph sparked an outpouring of support around the world.Now, the Norwegian Refugee Council, a human rig…- 3 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Summit Looks to Consolidate Peace in Lesotho
    Consolidating peace and security in the kingdom of Lesotho is high on the agenda as Southern African Development Community (SADC) leaders meet Tuesday in Mbabane, Swaziland.Lesotho has witnessed political violence in recent times, including an atte…- 4 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Support for Australian PM Hits All-time Low
    Support for Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has fallen to an all-time low, according to a poll by The Australian newspaper on Tuesday.The poll of 1,696 Australian voters found satisfaction with Turnbull has fallen to 34 percent, the low…- 4 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • White House Cites Desire for Expanding Humanitarian Response in Syria
    The United States met its goal of accepting 10,000 Syrian refugees in 2016 with the White House expressing a desire to "expand our ambition" in response to the Syrian crisis and reiterating the need to find a way to end that country's war."On behal…- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Kim Dotcom Wins Right to 'Broadcast' Extradition Appeal
    A New Zealand judge has ruled that Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom can livestream an upcoming court hearing on his appeal against his extradition to the United States, where he is facing criminal charges related to online piracy.Justice Murray Gil…- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Suicide Bombing Wounds Three at Chinese Embassy in Kyrgyzstan
    A suicide bomber crashed a car into a gate at the Chinese embassy in the capital of Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday in an attack that injured three people.Kyrgyzstan's Prime Minister Zhenish Razakov said the blast in Bishkek killed only the bomber and that t…- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Bangladesh High Court Rejects Islamist Leader's Final Appeal in War Crimes Case
    Bangladesh's highest court has rejected a final appeal by a senior Islamist leader, clearing the way for his execution for war crimes committed during the country's 1971 war for independence with Pakistan.The decision against Mir Quasem Ali leaves…- 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • US Anthem Protest Draws Support for Message, Scorn for Method
    The U.S. national anthem takes about two minutes to sing.  The decision by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to spend that time sitting on the bench Friday night instead of standing along with other players and fans has reverberated f…- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Major Rescue Effort Off Libyan Coast Saves 6,500 Migrants
    In a series of 40 rescue missions launched off the northern coast of Libya Monday, Italian Coast Guard personnel and several partner agencies saved around 6,500 migrants said to be traveling from Somalia and Eritrea, according to the coast guard.Th…- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Somaliland Eyes Bigger Share of Red Sea Trade With Major Port Upgrade
    This month, the parliament of the breakaway republic of Somaliland approved a draft of a $442-million deal to upgrade the port of Berbera. The plan promises to transform the ancient trading post and boost the region's economy but some worry local fis…- 6 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Horse Cart Races Delight Egyptians
    Cairo evenings host races by the city's horse carts. Onlookers come out to watch as the drivers guide their cart run the streets of the city. Some people gamble on the races, but most watch just for fun.- 7 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Carter Calls on Turkey to ‘Stay Focused’ on Islamic State
    U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter has called on Turkey to “stay focused'' on the fight against Islamic State and not to engage with U.S.-allied Kurdish forces also battling the terror group in Syria. VOA’s Carla Babb has more from the Pentagon.- 7 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Music Review: The Fresh Sound of Asheville's River Whyless
    From Asheville, North Carolina, an eclectic fusion of retirees, back-to-the-land hippies, tourists and natives to the region, a band called River Whyless emerges, blending American and international influences into a dreamy, spiritual mixture. The…- 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Old Machiya Houses in Kyoto Given New Lease of Life by Niche Loans
    For generations, artisans and merchants in Japan's ancient capital of Kyoto lived in thousands of traditional "machiya" townhouses that are steadily disappearing or falling into disrepair.To help restore the wooden-and-tile-roof structures, banks i…- 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • In Asia, Obama Faces Trade Pact Test Amid US Opposition
    When President Barack Obama travels to Asia next week, he will try to reassure leaders in the region that he still has the clout to deliver U.S. approval for the sweeping Trans-Pacific Partnership, even though the two candidates vying to succeed him…- 9 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Less Haze This Year, Indonesia Promises Southeast Asia
    Indonesia's Disaster Agency said it is confident the country's forest fires and haze of toxic smoke they send over Southeast Asia are unlikely to reach levels seen in 2015 because of favorable weather conditions and a quicker emergency response.Las…- 9 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Defiant Rousseff: Brazil's Democracy on Trial With Her
    A defiant President Dilma Rousseff warned on Monday that her conservative opponents were trampling on Brazil's democracy by using trumped-up charges to oust her and roll back the social advances of 13 years of leftist rule.Presenting her defense at…- 9 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Aristide Joins Haiti Rally to Urge Voters to Back Candidate
    Twice-ousted Haitian leader Jean-Bertrand Aristide made a rare public appearance Monday at a street rally to support the presidential candidate of the political movement he founded decades ago. Several thousand backers of the Fanmi Lavalas party c…- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • US Study: Adult Mosquitoes Can Pass Zika to Their Offspring
    Adult female mosquitoes can pass the Zika virus along to their offspring, U.S. researchers said Monday, a finding that makes clear the need for pesticide programs that kill both adult mosquitoes and their eggs.The findings, published in the America…- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Mexico Fires Head of Federal Police After Report of Executions
    Mexico's government on Monday dismissed the head of federal police, Enrique Galindo, after a recent report that detailed grave human rights abuses by officers serving under him.Earlier in August, an investigation by Mexico's National Human Rights C…- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Investigation: Samarco Dam Failed Due to Poor Drainage and Design
    The deadly collapse of a tailings dam last November at the Samarco mine, owned by Vale SA and BHP Billiton, was caused by drainage and design flaws, a report into Brazil's worst-ever environmental disaster showed Monday.The 76-page report commissio…- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Ancient Greece's Restored Tower of Winds Keeps its Secrets
    It is said to be the world's first weather station, to date back more than 2,000 years, and to have been used by merchants to tell the time - even in darkness.The Tower of the Winds, still standing on a slope on Athens's ancient Acropolis hill desp…- 11 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Lebanon's Trash Crisis Threatens Return in Summer Heat
    Rubbish is again accumulating on some Beirut streets after protesters blocked access to a dump, raising fears that last summer's garbage crisis, which provoked unprecedented street protests, could return.The return of trash piles is among a number…- 11 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Germany Wants Facebook to Take Initiative in Fight Against Online Hate
    Germany's interior minister visited Facebook's offices in Berlin on Monday and said it should be more proactive in removing forbidden content from its social network platform."Facebook should take down racist content or calls for violence from its…- 11 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Cuba Prepares for First US Flight to the Island
    Cuba is preparing for the first U.S. commercial flight to land in the communist country in more than five decades, the latest step in normalizing relations between the two nations.The president of the Cuban Civil Aviation Institute, Alfredo Cordero…- 11 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Music Legend Lennon's Killer Again Denied Parole
    The man who killed rock legend John Lennon has been denied parole for the ninth time.The New York State Board of Parole on Monday announced that Mark David Chapman, 61, will remain behind bars for at least two more years. He will be eligible to app…- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Did You Know the Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial Has a Secret?
    In the United States, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is nearly synonymous with the civil rights movement. This week VOA’s Steve Miller takes you to his memorial in Washington and shares with you its secrets.- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Iran's Launch of Shia Army Threatens to Escalate Sectarian Tensions
    The Iranian government's launch of a "United Shia Liberation Army" is sending signals that Tehran wants to expand its political and military role in Middle East conflicts along sectarian lines, analysts say."Using a sectarian Shi'ite identifier wit…- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Lithuania FM: EU Sanctions on Russia Should Stay
    EU sanctions on Russia over the conflict in Ukraine should stay in place as long the situation on the ground does not improve, Lithuania's foreign minister said on Monday, dismissing calls from EU's rotating president Slovakia for them to be lifted.…- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • French Clinic Takes on Centuries-old Scourge
    The young women come in for contraception, or because it’s their first pregnancy.  Many don’t even know they were victims of a painful and sometimes deadly practice that may have happened long before puberty.“They find out during their first…- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Permanent Cease-fire Takes Effect in Colombia
    A permanent cease-fire took effect in Colombia on Monday, a major step in bringing an end to 52 years of bloody combat between the government and the country's biggest rebel group. The commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia announ…- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Researchers Find Drug Compounds to Target Zika
    Researchers in the United States have identified a number of drug compounds that stop the spread of the Zika virus, potentially protecting pregnant women and their unborn babies from the mosquito-borne illness. One of the compounds already is used to…- 13 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Portugal's Guterres Moves Another Step Closer to UN Top Job
    Portugal's former Prime Minister Antonio Guterres got another step closer to becoming the next U.N. secretary-general, holding on to his lead in an informal vote of Security Council decision makers.Security Council diplomats held a third round of "…- 14 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Regulation of Brain-stimulating Devices Unclear as Popularity Grows in US
    Two developments over the past month signaled the growing popularity of transcranial direct current stimulation, commonly referred to as tDCS, in America.In late July, the U.S. Defense Department announced that Halo Sport would partner with a Penta…- 14 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • August 29, 2016
    A look at the best news photos from around the world.- 14 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • IS Gaining Foothold in Yemen
    The Islamic State group is becoming a growing menace in Yemen and is further destabilizing a war-torn nation already past its breaking point.In recent years, the group has built support bases across the country, with a particular concentration in t…- 14 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • US Warns Citizens of Terrorist Threats in Turkey
    The U.S. State Department is continuing to warn U.S. citizens of an increased threat from terrorist groups throughout Turkey.In a travel advisory issued Monday, the State Department said it also urges Americans to continue to avoid traveling to the…- 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Hunger Grips Thousands of New South Sudan Refugees in Uganda
    When the refugees arrive at this camp near the border with South Sudan, the beans provided by the United Nations are their only source of protein. There is no milk, not even for the toddlers with distended bellies who tightly hold onto their mothers'…- 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Activists Seek End to Child Begging 'Culture' in Nigeria
    More than 100 boys are sitting in the dirt off a secluded street in Maiduguri. Rocking back and forth, they recite a mantra of verses from the Koran written on wooden slabs.They are almajiri, students who attend a traditional Islamic school called…- 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Actor Gene Wilder, Star of Mel Brooks Movies, Dies at 83
    Gene Wilder, the frizzy-haired actor who brought his deft comedic touch to such unforgettable roles as the neurotic accountant in "The Producers'' and the mad scientist of "Young Frankenstein,'' has died. He was 83. Wilder's nephew said Monday tha…- 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • 600,000 Commercial Drones Could Fill US Skies in the Next Year
    The U.S. government says 600,000 commercial drones could fill the nation's skies within a year.U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx opened the way to widespread remote-controlled drone use Monday as new safety rules took effect. He said the c…- 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Somalia Blocks Returnees, Cites Inadequate Humanitarian Support
    Authorities in southern Somalia say they have blocked Somali refugees returning from Kenya because the refugees do not get the humanitarian support they need once they reach major cities.A Tripartite Agreement signed by the U.N. refugee agency and…- 16 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Ethiopians Shave Heads to Mourn Fallen in Oromia, Amhara
    As protests continued to engulf parts of Ethiopia’s Amhara and Oromia regions this month, citizens have been shaving their heads as a sign of solidarity with jailed opposition leaders.People posted videos online of themselves shearing off their h…- 16 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Famous Pre-Human May Have Died After Falling From Tree
    Lucy, perhaps the most famous human ancestor, appears to have died after having fallen from a tree, according to a new study of her fossilized bones.The Australopithecus afarensis, which walked upright, lived in Africa between three- and four-milli…- 16 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Australia Unveils ‘How-to’ Guide to Fight Militant Propaganda
    Australia on Tuesday released what the government says is the world's first how-to guide for combating radical Islamist propaganda in Southeast Asia, which it hopes will help disrupt local recruitment efforts by groups such as Islamic State.Austral…- 16 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Turks Seen as Sympathetic to US-Based Muslim Cleric Say They Face Threats
    More than a month after Turkey's failed coup, which its government blames on a U.S.-based Muslim cleric, many Turks seen as his sympathizers say threats from government supporters are complicating their lives.Fethullah Gulen, who lives in self-impo…- 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Solar Energy Helps Solve Gaza Fuel Shortages
    The two engineering students paid for the car with their own money as a way to show solar powered transportation is possible.- 17 hours ago, Monday August 29 -

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The Guardian

  • Brexit live: 'sad' Cameron says EU must deal with immigration concerns - latest news
    27 EU leaders meet without Britain for first timeCorbyn faces leadership challenge after news 172 MPs fail to back himStephen Crabb confirms he will stand for Tory leadership with Sajid JavidNicola Sturgeon in Brussels for meeting with JunckerCatch u…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Boys Will Be Boys: bankers' cabaret is an all-female Glengarry Glen Ross
    Top girls in the financial world are the focus of a musical show drawing on David Mamet and Peggy Lee. Its writer and director talk about female antiheroes, how they were inspired by Cate Blanchett and why ‘erotic capital’ only goes so farTheatre…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Manchester tram 'racism': two bailed, one remains in custody
    Passenger filmed Juan Jasso Jr being told to ‘go back to Africa’ by three youths on rush hour tramTwo men have been bailed after being arrested in connection with an allegedly racist incident on a tram in Manchester.The men, aged 18 and 20, were…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Istanbul airport attack: PM says Isis behind deaths of at least 36 – latest updates
    Series of deadly explosions tear through crowds at Atatürk international airport on Tuesday evening in attack officials blame on Islamic State 9.14am BST Shares linked to Turkish tourism have fallen on Wednesday morning, as trading begins in London…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • India's supreme court refuses to hear challenge to law against gay sex
    Setback for gay community which argued that penal code undermined their rights by failing to protect sexual preferencesIndia’s supreme court has refused to hear a petition challenging a law criminalising gay sex, in a setback for activists battling…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Have you been affected by the Ataturk terrorist attack?
    If you live in Turkey, share your reaction to the attack on Istanbul’s Ataturk airportA terrorist attack on Istanbul’s Atatürk international airport has left at least 36 dead and scores more injured after a series of deadly explosions were set o…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • 'Europe pays a heavy price for Syria – it must act to end the crisis'
    Anti-Assad opposition wants to see the EU – despite Brexit diversions – do more to help secure a political solution to the bloody conflict in its own backyardEurope’s extraordinary political turbulence, triggered by the Brexit referendum, has c…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Mongolians head to polls for election amid economic slowdown
    Election comes amid economic downturn caused by slumping demand for commodities from neighbouring ChinaMongolians have gone to the polls to elect a new national government as the country struggles to monetise its vast natural resources amid slumping…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Nurofen TV ad banned over painkilling claims in landmark ruling
    Verdict likely to spark crackdown in the way companies are allowed to market general painkillersThe advertising watchdog has banned a TV ad for Nurofen for misleading viewers with claims it has special painkilling prowess, in a landmark ruling likely…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Flo Kraus: Legal aid cuts have forced me out of my career at the bar’
    A barrister whose work for prisoners is legendary, spells out why she believes justice should be accessible for all, not just the wealthyDuring her years at the bar, Flo Kraus acquired a reputation for plain speaking and she remained true to form in…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Murder charge over death of man found in fire-hit London flat
    Reece Jones to appear before magistrates charged with murder of David McKennaA man has been charged with murder after the death of a 55-year-old man in north London.Reece Jones, 25, of West Hendon Broadway, was charged on 29 June with the murder of D…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Am I a psychopath? You asked Google – here’s the answer | David Shariatmadari
    Every day millions of internet users ask Google life’s most difficult questions, big and small. Our writers answer some of the commonest queriesAre psychopaths trendy? Does saying “I have psychopathic tendencies” pass the dinner table test? Is…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • The building heights of English cities – mapped
    These colourful images show the heights and density of buildings in different cities around England. Taken from a new interactive map produced by Emu Analytics, they are created using Environment Agency LiDAR data, an airborne mapping technique. Data…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • What we Cannot Know by Marcus du Sautoy review – the seven edges of knowledge
    Among the frontiers identified are time, the cosmos, consciousness and God, but aren’t swaths of knowledge concerned with meaning rather than scientific fact?Scientists like to see themselves as modern counterparts of the great explorers, sailing o…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Why are the police failing too many victims of disability hate crime? | Mary O’Hara
    Daniel Smith, an autistic man, was charged with assault by police after an alleged attack on him. His is not an isolated caseIt was clear something was very seriously wrong when Daniel Smith arrived at his father Owen’s house in the early hours of…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • If you value the Guardian's coverage of Brexit, please help to fund it | Katharine Viner
    Producing in-depth, well-reported journalism is difficult and expensive. Supporting us isn’tSupport us with a monthly contribution Support us with a one-off paymentThe last few days have been seismic and historic for Britain, the greatest political…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Incidents of anti-Muslim abuse up by 326% in 2015, says Tell MAMA
    Monitoring group’s report paints picture of an explosion of anti-Muslim hate, with women disproportionately targeted by mostly teen perpetratorsIncidents of anti-Muslim abuse and attacks in public areas rose by 326% in 2015, with women disproportio…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Of course the Brexiters didn’t plan. Arsonists never carry water | Rafael Behr
    Johnson and co are grossly irresponsible. They see this historic crisis as a rich man’s parlour gameThe seriousness of Britain’s predicament after voting to leave the European Union probably calls for a classical allusion or grand historical para…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • UK voted for Brexit – but is there a way back?
    Several scenarios could see the vote overturned, involving either a Labour or Tory prime minister. But all are speculativeThe British public have voted to leave the EU in an advisory referendum – but there have been voices in business, diplomacy, p…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Nasa ignites huge Mars rocket with fiery test in Utah desert
    Larger version of solid rocket booster used on shuttle will form part of Space Launch System propelling astronauts beyond Earth’s orbitNasa has successfully tested a huge rocket motor that will one day propel astronauts out of Earth’s orbit and t…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Run the mules: 10 of the best backless shoes
    Love them or loathe them, backless shoes – mules, flats or otherwise – are one of summer 2016’s big footwear trends. Try pink or furry and get people staring Continue reading...- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • UK light pollution 'causing spring to come a week earlier'
    Report is the first to examine the impact of artificial night-lighting on the seasonal behaviour of plants on a national scaleLight pollution is causing spring to come at least a week earlier in the UK, a new study has revealed.The report, published…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • The key lesson of Brexit is that globalisation must work for all of Britain | Gordon Brown
    As my party focuses on its electability, there is a greater challenge: devising a plan to ensure global trade is fairThere is a real danger that we spend the next decade refighting last week’s referendum. If Scotland’s recent experience is anythi…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Why elections are bad for democracy | David Van Reybrouck
    Our voting system worked well for decades, but now it is broken. There is a better way to give voice to the peopleBrexit is a turning point in the history of western democracy. Never before has such a drastic decision been taken through so primitive…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Tiny New Zealand town with 'too many jobs' launches drive to recruit outsiders
    Kaitangata, on the South Island, is offering new residents attractively priced house and land packages in the hope of tempting city-dwellers to relocateA tiny New Zealand town has a unique problem – too many jobs, too many affordable houses and not…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • The heifers are in their new quarters
    St Dominic, Tamar Valley A handsome South Devon bull has now joined them, so the cycle will continueA herd of South Devon cattle again graces the fields opposite home. For 30 years the land, with distinctive beech trees on a hedge and an old, freesta…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Toyota issues airbag recall for 1.43m hybrid cars
    Alert covers inflators on 2010-2012 vehicles but carmaker says they were not produced by Takata, the automotive supplier at heart of global safety scareToyota Motor Corp has said it is recalling 1.43m hybrid Prius and Lexus CT200h cars worldwide beca…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • How does Facebook suggest potential friends? Not location data – not now
    Social media giant agreed on Tuesday that location data was ‘one of the factors’ it used but on Wednesday said no, not any moreFacebook has denied using location data to suggest potential friends amid questions about the unsettling accuracy with…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Trump renews support for torture and compares trade deal to rape at Ohio rally
    Presumptive Republican nominee said ‘We have to fight fire with fire’ after referencing Isis and repeatedly compared Trans Pacific Partnership deal to rapeDonald Trump offered renewed support on Tuesday for the use of torture while repeatedly com…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • World must tackle intolerance and exclusion, says Social Progress Index
    Finland came top and Central African Republic bottom of the index, which ranks 133 countries for how they meet citizens’ social and environmental needs The world has been broadly successful in harnessing economic growth to improve delivery of basic…- 62 days ago, Wednesday June 29 -
  • Michy Batshuayi set for Chelsea medical before £33m move from Marseille
    • Blues see off competition from Crystal Palace, West Ham and Juventus• Belgium striker will be Antonio Conte’s first signing of busy transfer periodChelsea have acted with ruthless efficiency to secure the Belgium forward, Michy Batshuayi, fro…- 62 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Beyoncé, Formation World Tour, Sunderland – review
    ‘I slay!’: Beyoncé takes the Stadium of Light by storm, shrugging off the rain with her glittering magnificence and Lemonade’s brutalist rhythms “What’s the difference between Sunderland FC and Beyoncé? Only one can fill the Stadium of Pl…- 62 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Bedroom where Charles Darwin died to be opened to the public
    English Heritage has closely matched the original appearance of the room at Down House, Kent, in the late 1850sThe bedroom in which Charles Darwin died has been recreated after more than a century, and is due to open to the public. Working from famil…- 62 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Sex and drugs off limits for undercover police
    Covert officers can have sex or take drugs with suspects only when ‘necessary and proportionate’ under new guidelinesUndercover police officers can never be authorised to start sexual relationships with those they are targeting under official gui…- 62 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Keith Richards to tell story of early years in BBC documentary
    The Rolling Stone will star in Keith Richards – The Origin of the Species, directed by Julien TempleKeith Richards will front a BBC2 documentary about his formative years growing up in post-war Britain and curate a “lost weekend” of films and l…- 62 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Huge helium gas find in east Africa averts medical shortage
    The natural store of helium found in the Rift valley in Tanzania contains an estimated 54bn cubic feet of the noble gas The discovery of a vast reserve of helium in east Africa has allayed fears of a global shortage of the precious gas crucial for th…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Statins controversy led 200,000 people to stop taking pills, says study
    Authors say there could be 2,000 extra heart attacks or strokes in next decade after research cast doubt on pills’ effectivenessThe public controversy over statins after a leading medical journal ran articles questioning their use will have prompte…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Colin Montgomerie qualifies for the Open for first time since 2010
    • Relieved Scot says playing at Royal Troon ‘means the world’ to him• Paul Dunne will make Open return a year after stunning display as amateurColin Montgomerie was a relieved man after qualifying for the Open for the first time since 2010 by…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Gareth Southgate set for interim job but Wenger in England frame long-term
    • Roy Hodgson reluctantly faces media one more time after England exit• Arsène Wenger and Brendan Rodgers among names in frame for manager’s jobThe Football Association is expected to appoint Gareth Southgate on an interim basis before soundin…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • England in disarray as quest for next manager begins after bizarre campaign
    FA chief executive Martin Glenn’s credentials do not augur well for selection with set-up in need of a shake-up after stifling atmosphere in FranceThese are the moments when the mind goes back to one of the sketches that has formed part of Henning…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Steve Bell on the rebellion against Jeremy Corbyn – cartoon
    Continue reading...- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Nicaragua expels six environmental activists accused of handling explosives
    Four Mexican nationals, an Argentinian and a Costa Rican were deported ‘without any official explanation’, lawyer saysNicaragua has expelled six foreign environmental activists after they were detained on allegations of handling explosive substan…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • 'Welcome to Hell': Rio police protest financial disaster ahead of Olympics
    Rio de Janeiro has cut budgets across the board, delaying officers’ salaries, halting patrols and fueling worries about safety at the world’s premier sporting eventJust weeks ahead of the Olympic Games, police helicopters are grounded, patrol car…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Labour MPs prepare for leadership contest after Corbyn loses confidence vote
    Standoff as Corbyn refuses to stand down and MPs urge Angela Eagle and Tom Watson to decide who should trigger challengeLabour MPs are preparing to launch a bruising leadership contest that will aim to topple leader Jeremy Corbyn after he reacted to…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • The Guardian view on Scotland and Brexit: Nicola Sturgeon speaks for Britain | Editorial
    The leave vote has loaded fresh pressure on the future of the United Kingdom. Scotland’s anti-Brexit anger puts federal options for Britain back on the tableThe United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union last week. But a very disunited kingdo…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Number of UK children living in poverty jumps by 200,000 in a year
    Official data shows first increase, when including housing costs, since 2011-12, with 3.9 million living in relative povertyThe number of children living in poverty in the UK has jumped by 200,000 in a year, according to the latest official data.Ther…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Labour’s left waited decades for Corbyn. They won’t give up without a fight | Gaby Hinsliff
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  • Iran under pressure to abolish death penalty for drug trafficking
    Several European countries cut off financial contributions to republic’s counter-narcotics campaignIran is under pressure to end its use of death penalty against drug traffickers after facing a serious shortfall in the international funding of the…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • British wild card Tara Moore registers first win at a grand slam event
    • Belies world ranking of 227 to beat Alison Van Uytvanck 6-3, 6-2• Johanna Konta is held up by rain but Aljaz Bedene bows outJust call it the Marcus Willis effect. Tara Moore, a Briton ranked 227, won her first match at a grand slam event on Tue…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Woman feared Max Clifford would rape or kill her, court hears
    Celebrity publicist, on trial at Southwark crown court, denies indecently assaulting woman in his Mayfair office in 1980sA woman has told a court she thought Max Clifford was going to rape or kill her as he forced her to perform a sex act on him when…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Brexit is a disaster, but we can build on the ruins | George Monbiot
    This is a crisis of astonishing proportions, but also an opportunity for the changes the left has long soughtLet’s sack the electorate and appoint a new one: this is the demand made by MPs, lawyers and the 4 million people who have signed the petit…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Atkins Ciwem environmental photographer of the year 2016 - the winners in pictures
    The overall awards winners have been announced in the 2016 Atkins Ciwem environmental photographer of the year competition, an annual international showcase for thought-provoking photography and video that tackles a wide range of environmental themes…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Capybara captured: rodent's brief taste of freedom comes to an end
    The capture brought an end to the saga of the missing ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ capybaras, who bolted after their first day in captivity at a small zoo in TorontoToronto’s second runaway-turned-folk-hero is back behind bars, after an action-packed fiv…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Hacking suspect could kill himself if extradited to US, court told
    Suffolk student Lauri Love at high risk of suicide if transferred from UK to face lengthy trial, says autism expertA student with Asperger syndrome would be at “high risk of suicide” if extradited to the US to face charges of hacking into the US…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Eoin Morgan: England cricket’s Iceland moment inspired radical change
    • One-day captain points to the path led them to a better place• ‘For us it was going with a new method and a new group of players’Eoin Morgan, England’s limited-overs captain, was in an upbeat mood before Wednesday’s fourth one-day inter…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Kiefer Sutherland, country singer: 'This is what I want to do with my life'
    A sometime rancher, lasso expert and record label owner, the star of 24 has taken on his most creatively risky project – but it’s not so different from actingNever mind that Down in a Hole, the debut album one of country music’s newest artists…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • 'The egos rang true' … magicians' verdict on Now You See Me 2
    The pacy thriller follows a team of slick illusionists. But could their stunts – like stopping rain – actually work? And would professional magicians see through their trickery? Four experts conjure a responseNow You See Me 2 stars Jesse Eisenber…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • I've got the Brexit blues. Can anything make me feel better?
    With the nightmare fallout from the EU referendum showing no sign of lessening, could comedians, philosophers or even the Samaritans offer a small glimmer of hope?Euch. Can’t face getting up. Or showering. Or talking to people. Actually, it’s not…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • German town hails Syrian refugee 'hero' for turning in €150,000
    Minden police praise 25-year-old man for reporting cash he found hidden in a self-assembly cupboardPolice in Minden, Germany, say a Syrian man who arrived last year as a refugee is their “hero of the day” after he found €150,000 (£124,000) and…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -
  • Zimbabwe politician Morgan Tsvangirai says he has colon cancer
    President Mugabe’s chief rival discloses medical condition and says health of national leaders should not be subject of speculationZimbabwe’s main opposition leader and President Robert Mugabe’s chief rival for the past 17 years has announced h…- 63 days ago, Tuesday June 28 -

The New York Times

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BuzzFeed

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Business Insider

Dailymotion

Fails of the Month August 2016 || FailArmy
Where the hell did this summer go?? Anyway, here are the fails of the month august 2016. Let us know your thoughts of the compilation down below and Salute! Check out our second channel FailArmy U: http://bit.ly/SubscribeFU Click to SUBSCRIBE for m…
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Cannabis Moms Club: Episode 4 "The Painting Party"
Introducing the moms of WhoHaha's newest web series, Cannabis Moms Club. In this episode, the clothes are coming off while the smoke is coming out. See more from Quiet Duke on whohaha.com Follow WhoHaha: http://facebook.com/whohaha http://instagram…
- 11 days ago, Friday August 19 -
Cannabis Moms Club: Episode 3 "The Brownie Party"
Introducing the moms of WhoHaha's newest web series, Cannabis Moms Club. In this episode, the truth bombs start flying when these gals bake brownies. *wink wink* See more from Quiet Duke on whohaha.com Follow WhoHaha: http://facebook.com/whohaha ht…
- 11 days ago, Friday August 19 -
Cannabis Moms Club: Episode 2 "The Nail Party"
Introducing the moms of WhoHaha's newest web series, Cannabis Moms Club. In this episode we get a good look at what really goes down between a group of moms at a nail wrap party. See more from Quiet Duke on whohaha.com Follow WhoHaha: http://faceb…
- 11 days ago, Friday August 19 -
Cannabis Moms Club: Episode 1 "The Jewelry Party"
Introducing the moms of WhoHaha's newest web series, Cannabis Moms Club. In this episode the gang attends a not-so-ordinary jewelry party. See more from Quiet Duke on whohaha.com Follow WhoHaha: http://facebook.com/whohaha http://instagram.com/whoh…
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13 Funny Kittens Video Compilation 2016
Kittens playing with balloons, falling asleep together, and kittens just being cute are just some of the adorable kittens you'll find in this funny kittens video compilation. The Pet Collective is home to the top trending clips, most entertaining me…
- 13 days ago, Wednesday August 17 -

Reuters

  • California lawmakers pass rape bill inspired by Stanford case
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California lawmakers, responding to outrage over the six-month jail term given to a former Stanford University swimmer after his conviction for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman, passed legislation on Monday closing a l…- 55 mins ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • California Governor Brown signs law banning use of bullhooks on elephants
    (Reuters) - California Governor Jerry Brown on Monday signed into law a measure that bans the use of bullhooks and other devices to control elephants, the latest victory for animal rights activists who condemn the practice. - 5 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Former FBI agent gets three years' jail for using drug cash on cars, cosmetic surgery
    (Reuters) - A former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent who confessed to stealing more than $136,000 in seized drug money and spending it on cars and cosmetic surgery for his wife was sentenced to three years in prison on Monday. - 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Pentagon orders review of unfinished aircraft carrier
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon has ordered a review of the USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier, which is under construction and due to be delivered in November, a Defense Department spokesman said on Monday. - 9 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • FBI detects breaches against two state voter systems
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Bureau of Investigation has found breaches in Illinois and Arizona's voter registration databases and is urging states to increase computer security ahead of the Nov. 8 presidential election, according to a U.S. off…- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • California lawmakers send governor bill authorizing farmworker overtime
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - California would become the first U.S. state to require farmers to pay overtime to field workers and fruit pickers under a bill approved by the legislature on Monday and sent to Democratic Governor Jerry Brown for his a…- 12 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • John Lennon's killer denied parole for ninth time
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The man who shot and killed John Lennon in New York City nearly 36 years ago has again failed to persuade a state parole board to release him from prison on parole, officials said on Monday. - 13 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Washington state begins killing wolf pack for preying on livestock
    (Reuters) - Wildlife agents authorized to eradicate a group of 11 wolves for repeated attacks on cattle in Washington state have hunted down and killed six animals from the condemned pack and are searching for the rest, a state game official said on…- 13 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • U.S. traffic deaths rose 7.2 percent in 2015: Transportation Dept.
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Last year 35,092 people died in traffic crashes in the United States, a 7.2 percent year-on-year increase that runs counter to a five-decade trend of declining fatalities, the U.S. Transportation Department said. - 15 hours ago, Monday August 29 -
  • Social media adds to panic over 'gunfire' at L.A. airport: police
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A security panic that crippled Los Angeles International Airport and sent hundreds of passengers fleeing from terminals was triggered by reports of gunfire that proved false but were amplified by word-of-mouth and social media…- 18 hours ago, Monday August 29 -

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

  • Race tightens but Clinton still in lead: poll
    Hillary Clinton is leading Donald Trump nationally 49 percent to 42 percent, according to the latest Monmouth poll. Clinton is down five points since early August.- 2 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Trump hits Clinton over Weiner scandal
    Donald Trump went off-script Monday, attacking Hillary Clinton over Anthony Weiner's latest indiscretions. Trump and his campaign also reignited debates on immigration and his medical records. Lawrence talks with Stuart Stevens & John Heilemann.- 7 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Trump suggests Kaepernick move out of U.S.
    San Francisco 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick sat down during the national anthem to protest oppression of people of color in the United States. Donald Trump says he should 'find a country that works better for him.'- 7 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Trump camp announces $10M ad buy
    The panel joins Chris Hayes to discuss a new Trump ad that purports to focus on economics.- 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • The protests at Standing Rock
    Last week, Lawrence shined a spotlight on the protests at the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota over construction of an oil pipeline near sacred land. Tonight, Dave Archambault II, the chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe joins Law…- 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • LePage cancels event in wake of racist tirade
    Mayor Colleen Hilton of Westbrook, Maine, talks with Rachel Maddow about Governor Paul LePage's alarming behavior and racist comments and the breaking news that a town hall he had planned in her town has been cancelled.- 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Maine Republicans meet with raging LePage
    Rachel Maddow reviews Maine Governor Paul LePage's most recent spate of racist remarks and unhinged rhetoric and report on a meeting between Republican state representatives and the governor.- 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Trump's doctor softens on Trump's health
    Rachel Maddow shares more extensive cuts from the NBC News interview with Donald Trump's physician, Dr. Harold Bornstein, who reveals that some of the language in the health assessment letter he wrote for Trump is not meant as literally as it sounds.- 8 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Trump African-American numbers abysmal: poll
    In a TRMS exclusive, Rachel Maddow shares the results of the latest Public Policy Polling poll, which shows, among other things, that Donald Trump is about as far as is mathematically possible from having any support among African-American voters.- 9 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -
  • Trump goes after Weiner
    Chris Hayes talks with Michelle Goldberg and Josh Barro about Donald Trump and the latest Anthony Weiner sexting scandal.- 10 hours ago, Tuesday August 30 -

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