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Toxic tensions in the heart of 'Cancer Alley'

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Wilson: I wasn't 'listening in' on Trump call

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San Juan mayor grades Trump's performance

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Wilson responds to John Kelly (full interview)

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Gen. Kelly speaks at White House (full remarks)

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Gold Star family shares their pain

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CNN inside Raqqa, former ISIS stronghold

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Gold Star widow: I wish Trump had called me

- 3 days ago, Wednesday October 18 -
Two US sailors die within days of each other

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Anita Hill speaks on Weinstein, Trump scandals

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Trump denies Wilson's claim on call to widow

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  • Pacific Rim: Uprising director says Godzilla crossover is possible
    Guillermo del Toro created the cult of Pacific Rim when his kaiju-vs-robot cinematic smackdown debuted in 2013. But now that there’s talk of a larger movie franchise at play, could the Jaeger bots go up against Godzilla, the most famous kaiju of th…- 33 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Aquaman stars Jason Momoa, Amber Heard celebrate the end of filming
    That’s a wrap for Atlantean power couple Jason Momoa and Amber Heard. The actors, who play Aquaman and Queen Mera, celebrated the end of production on the deep-sea superhero’s solo film, directed by The Conjuring‘s James Wan.“The countdown…- 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • The Predator gets an electrifying motion poster
    Predator fans browsing the franchise’s official mobile app on Friday might have come across a special surprise: the first poster for The Predator, hailing from director Shane Black.Once spotted by attendees at the Brand Licensing Expo in London e…- 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Jason Aldean releases Tom Petty cover to support Vegas shooting victims
    Jason Aldean is sending more support for the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. The country star released his cover of Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down,” which he performed on the Saturday Night Live stage on Oct. 7, with all proceeds going to…- 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Jon Stewart breakdances onto Jimmy Kimmel Live with an incredibly awkward offer
    Jon Stewart and his breakdancing crew crashed Jimmy Kimmel‘s monologue at the tail end of the late-night host’s weeklong stint in Brooklyn, New York. While it seemed Stewart was prepping for a dance-off, he offered instead to leave peacefully if…- 4 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Kerry Washington calls current climate 'horrific dream' in moving GLSEN speech about LGBTQ rights
    Members and allies of the LGBTQ community gathered Friday in Los Angeles for the 2017 GLSEN Respect Awards, which served as both an inspiration and a call to arms.Kerry Washington, Zendaya, and DC Entertainment were among the honorees on a night mea…- 4 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • The Walking Dead: Lauren Cohan on Maggie's leadership at Hilltop
    Deana was the first one to see it, grooming Maggie as a leader when she first arrived at Alexandria. And now her leadership training is complete. So is Maggie ready to officially take over running the Hilltop from cowardly Gregory?It’s a question…- 5 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • The Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell on Ash and the evolution of his hand
    Catch the full episode of EW: The Show here and on PeopleTV. Go to PEOPLE.com/PeopleTV, or download the free app on your smart TV, mobile, and web devices.There are only a handful of horror movies that are considered classics: Sam Raimi’s 1987 …- 5 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Supergirl tackles serious daddy issues
    Supergirl will feature a double dose of daddy issues during Monday’s episode.After M’gann (Sharon Leal) calls J’onn (David Harewood) back to Mars, the Martian Manhunter will discover that he is, in fact, not the last Green Martian. Alias alum…- 18 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Once Upon a Time stars on that Cinderella twist
    WARNING: This story contains major spoilers from Friday’s episode of Once Upon a Time. Read at your own risk!Once Upon a Time is wasting no time in revealing some of the new mysteries of its rebooted seventh season as Friday’s episode unearthed…- 18 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -

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Funeral held for Sgt. La David Johnson, soldier killed in Niger ambush

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Trump to allow release of JFK assassination docs

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Immigrant teen's abortion bid is blocked

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U.S. urges banning laptops in checked luggage, citing fire concerns

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The "Trump shock test" and more from this week in Washington

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Founder of "Me Too" movement speaks out

- 22 hours ago, Friday October 20 -

The Week

  • The lessons of Black Monday
    The smartest insight and analysis, from all perspectives, rounded up from around the web:Thirty years ago this week, the U.S. stock market suffered its single most disastrous day, said William Watts at MarketWatch. On Oct. 19, 1987, the Dow Jones i…- 9 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • This new rocket thruster could revolutionize space travel
    NASA thinks it can get people to Mars a little faster, said Tereza Pultarova at Space. A group of researchers at the University of Michigan, working with NASA, have developed a new ion-based thruster that could propel humans to the Red Planet "at mu…- 9 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • 6 beautiful homes in the woods
    Bainbridge Island, Washington. This five-bedroom contemporary-style 2008 house sits on 2.4 forested acres. The ground level has hardwood floors, double-height ceilings, a wall of windows, and a kitchen with stainless appliances, granite counters, a…- 10 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Banking lessons for college students
    Here are three of the week's top pieces of financial advice, gathered from around the web:College banking lessons College students: Read the fine print on your school-affiliated bank accounts, said Ann Carrns at The New York Times. Banks consider c…- 10 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • The week's best photojournalism
    A woman takes a picture during storm Ophelia in Lahinch, Ireland. | (REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne)Rohingya refugees, who recently crossed the border from Myanmar, walk to refugee camps, in Palang Khali, Bangladesh. | (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)A firefi…- 23 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Sarah Sanders says it is 'highly inappropriate' to question John Kelly because he's a 4-star general
    The White House on Friday called it "highly inappropriate" to question Chief of Staff John Kelly's mischaracterization of Rep. Frederica Wilson's (D-Fla.) 2015 speech at the dedication of a new FBI building. In addition to skewering Wilson for shari…- 23 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • The Trump administration is driving Americans to seek asylum in Canada
    Conditions in the United States are driving more people than ever to seek refugee status in Canada, Reuters reports. More than 15,000 people have crossed the border illegally this year alone, Reuters says, citing data through late October. That's in…- 24 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Thousands of top secret JFK assassination documents could become public next week
    A 1992 law set a deadline of Oct. 26, 2017, for the president to decide whether or not to unseal the 3,600 top-secret files about the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy. The decision, then, falls on President Trump to determine if the…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
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  • This phone case is too fragile for this world
    Let's get this said right off: Dadybones Puff Ball Phone Case ($35) "isn't designed for this world." Sure, it's easy to fall for. Created by artist Lola Abbey, whose pom-pom placement skills are "exceptional," it's a portable rainbow that you'll lov…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • There will be an especially dazzling meteor shower this weekend
    Starwatchers are saying that this year's Orionid meteor shower, which will be at peak visibility this weekend, is set to be particularly dazzling because it'll coincide with low levels of moonlight. The Orionids are actually left-behind fragments of…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • A Mississippi school district is removing To Kill A Mockingbird from its curriculum because it 'makes people uncomfortable'
    A Mississippi school district has removed Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird from its eighth-grade curriculum because it "makes people uncomfortable." The book is a harrowing tale of racial injustice in a 1950's Southern town. James LaRue of the Ame…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Body cameras don't change police behavior, new study finds
    A recently concluded study by the Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, D.C., as well as government task force Lab @ DC found that the use of body-worn cameras by police officers had no significant effect on use of force, NPR reports. Body c…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • John Kelly apparently mischaracterized Rep. Frederica Wilson's 2015 FBI speech, new video shows
    Video of a 2015 speech by Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.), published Friday by the South Florida Sun Sentinel, apparently proves that comments she made at the dedication of an FBI building did not match White House Chief of Staff John Kelly's portray…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • 7 cartoons gleefully mocking the ongoing Trump-McCain feud
    Get the best political cartoons delivered to your inbox with our free daily cartoon newsletter. Sign up here.- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Texas city devastated by Hurricane Harvey requires that relief applicants pledge not to boycott Israel
    Dickinson, Texas, a suburb about 30 miles away from Houston, is requiring that applicants for relief funds in the wake of Hurricane Harvey pledge not to boycott Israel, The Washington Post reports. The application document reads: "By executing this…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Your dog tries to look extra cute just for you, according to science
    Your puppy isn't looking at you lovingly just because he wants a treat. Scientists in Britain found that dogs alter their facial expressions simply when their owners look at them — regardless of whether food is available, per a study published Oct…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Terrifying FAA report finds one can of hairspray in checked luggage could cause an in-flight explosion
    An aerosol can and a lithium-ion powered laptop could spell destruction for an airplane, The Associated Press reported Friday, citing a U.S. government report recently filed with the U.N. If a large lithium-ion battery powered device overheats near…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Swedish public votes to name new train 'Trainy McTrainface,' surprising no one
    Having learned absolutely nothing from the U.K.'s Boaty McBoatface scandal/major disappointment of last year, Swedish transportation company MTR Express engaged democracy to choose a name for its new express train connecting Stockholm and Gothenburg…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Voter suppression in Wisconsin directly affected last year's election, Mother Jones investigation finds
    In the 2016 election, President Trump won the state of Wisconsin by almost 23,000 votes. But a new report from Mother Jones published online Thursday found that statewide voter turnout in the Badger State was also the lowest it had been since 2000.…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Kiké Hernandez's 3 home runs were baseball magic
    If you believe in destiny, you might just think that Kiké Hernandez's three home runs Thursday night were meant to be. The Los Angeles Dodgers' 11-1 win against the defending World Series champions, the Chicago Cubs, clinched the National League pe…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Little Rock dumped Amazon with a full-page breakup letter in The Washington Post
    It's not me, it's you.The city of Little Rock, Arkansas, sent Amazon that message Thursday to let the company know Little Rock was no longer interested in the company's new HQ2 project ... by placing a full-page breakup letter in The Washington Pos…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Pollution 'threatens the continuing survival of human societies'
    Polluted air, soil, water, and work environments were responsible for 1 in every 6 deaths in 2015, a massive new study published in the The Lancet on Friday found. The more than nine million premature deaths from pollution in 2015 primarily took the…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • CIA director gets fact-checked on his assessment of Russia's 2016 election meddling
    On Thursday, CIA Director Mike Pompeo told a conservative think tank that the "intelligence community's assessment is that the Russian meddling that took place did not affect the outcome of the election," significantly mischaracterizing a report the…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • <p>The daily business briefing: <em>October 20, 2017</em></p>
    1. The Senate narrowly approved the Republican budget plan, a key step toward their effort to pass President Trump's tax cuts. The spending blueprint could add $1.5 trillion to federal deficits over a decade. It was approved in a 51-49 vote, with bud…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • <p>10 things you need to know today: <em>October 20, 2017</em></p>
    1. The Senate on Thursday narrowly approved the Republican budget plan, a key step toward their effort to pass President Trump's tax cuts. The spending blueprint could add up to $1.5 trillion to federal deficits over a decade. It was approved in a 51…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Trump promised to designate the opioid crisis as an emergency next week. His staff is panicking.
    President Trump assured critics that he would officially declare the opioid crisis to be a national emergency next week, which was apparently news to his own officials. "They are not ready for this," one public health advocate told Politico after di…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • U.S.-backed fighters declare 'total liberation' of former ISIS capital Raqqa
    At a ceremony Friday, the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces declared the "total liberation" of Raqqa, Syria, the former de facto capital of the Islamic State's self-proclaimed caliphate. The Kurdish-led coalition then formally handed over control…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Federal judge refuses to clear Joe Arpaio's criminal conviction
    On Thursday, a federal judge in Phoenix ruled that Joe Arpaio is still legally guilty of criminal contempt of court despite the Aug. 25 pardon from President Trump. Arpaio's lawyers and the Justice Department had asked U.S. District Judge Susan Bolt…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • George W. Bush is being hailed as the anti-Trump. But let's not forget what he actually did as president.
    Ex-presidents don't make a lot of speeches about current politics, so when they do, it's usually headline-making news. And when an ex-president makes a speech that's intensely critical of a sitting president from his own party, it's understandably a…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • The surprisingly fascinating politics of The Walking Dead
    Though AMC's The Walking Dead debuted in 2010, the zombie drama is still widely viewed as an entertaining spectacle that, on occasion, poses very broad questions about morality and survival in a world without laws. Mad Men's Don Draper went spelunki…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • The genius and stupidity of Silicon Valley
    Knowledge is a tricky thing.Acquiring and deploying it to change the world through technological innovations can inspire great confidence and self-certainty in the person who possesses the knowledge. And yet, the confidence and self-certainty is ne…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • There is no such thing as deregulation
    One of the signature political ideas of neoliberalism is deregulation. Governments have various rules about how business is conducted, and neoliberals argue that these rules are holding the economy back. By removing strangling red tape, innovation a…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • The nourishing radicalism of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Jane the Virgin
    Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Jane the Virgin returned last week, and not a moment too soon.I'd like to say I'm writing about these shows right now, in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, which revealed the wretched conditions under which female ar…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Should tech companies run our cities?
    It sounds almost dystopian: One of North America's largest cities handing over a key neighborhood to a tech giant so it can be rebuilt from scratch. That, however, may be exactly what is about to happen. Recently, it was announced that Sidewalk Labs…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Frustrated Republicans are now joking about Trump's health-care inconstancy
    Keeping up with President Trump's stance on the bipartisan health-care bill that Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Patty Murray (D-Wash.) unveiled on Thursday, flanked by 11 Republican and 11 Democratic cosponsors, can be exhausting and frustratin…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Wit and wisdom from Najwa Zebian, Coco Chanel, and more
    Subscribe to The Week's YouTube channel for more bits of wit and wisdom.- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • 7 cartoons gleefully mocking the ongoing Trump-McCain feud
    Get the best political cartoons delivered to your inbox with our free daily cartoon newsletter. Sign up here.- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • This week I learned worms can smell danger, and more
    Read more on the facts mentioned:Worms learn to smell danger (Medical Express)Stress might be just as unhealthy as junk food to digestive system (Eureka Alert)Fish depression is not a joke (The New York Times)The murderer who helped make the Oxf…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
  • How a growth mindset can revolutionize your finances
    I am never going to get out of debt. My credit cards will always be maxed out. I will never make enough money to invest in a retirement account. I'm stuck.If any of those thoughts sound familiar, then you may be looking at your finances with a fixe…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -

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LEARN: 1st World Problems
A stylized dark joke on aging millennials and their “problems” Written and directed by Jodeb Starring: Karine Vanasse, Rose-Marie Perreault, Catherine Saindon, Aude Mathieu, Brontë Poiré-Prest, Lydia Wener Music written and performed by Kroy Di…
- 4 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
Silent Shredder. A Yeti Tribe Story.
Armed with a wry smile and cunning skill on the bike, he is a man of few words. He prefers to let his riding do the talking. Richie Rude is the Silent Shredder. Presented by: Yeti Cycles yeticycles.com/feature/profiles/silent-shredder _ Directed & Fi…
- 22 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
Nightmares On Wax — Back To Nature
Nightmares on Wax returns with ‘Back To Nature’, out now on Warp Records. Stream / Download: now.fanlink.to/BackToNature ‘Back To Nature’ is an emotional journey into humankind’s relationship with the natural world. The accompanying video,…
- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
A Young Caregiver’s Letter to Her Father with Alzheimer’s
When Melissa’s Dad was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, she was only 14 years old. It changed the family dynamics, and she was forced to grow up to take on the responsibility of a caregiver for her Dad. “Our roles reversed,” she said.…
- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -
The Big Picture | Lite Years
Hello, thanks for tuning in. The show's about to begin. What you are about to see, is The Big Picture's first ever movie. After three years and sixteen web edits down, we thought it was time to change things around. We called up the dudes, and told t…
- 2 days ago, Thursday October 19 -
Grid Corrections (a one minute)
This film was made mining the Thomas Jefferson's Grid in Google Earth. By superimposing a rectangular grid on the earth surface, a grid built from exact square miles, the spherical deviations have to be fixed. After all, the grid has only two dimens…
- 2 days ago, Thursday October 19 -

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Fox News Claimed a "Sharia Law Court" Is Enforcing Islamic Law in Texas. So I Went to See It.

- 8 days ago, Friday October 13 -
Which "Blade Runner" Cut Should I Watch? A Visual Explainer.

- 19 days ago, Monday October 2 -
I Met a Former Muslim Extremist. It Scared Me How Much His Story Sounded Like Mine.

- 30 days ago, Thursday September 21 -
Muslims Can’t Take a Joke About Islam? Don’t Tell That to These Muslim Comedians.

- 66 days ago, Wednesday August 16 -
What Happens When You Spend Weeks, Months, or Even Years in Solitary Confinement

- 78 days ago, Friday August 4 -
Wearing a Hijab Is Complicated. So Is Deciding to Take One Off.

- 95 days ago, Tuesday July 18 -

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  • 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 -

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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…

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  • At Least 12 Nigerien Troops Killed in Attack in Niger
    Authorities in Niger say at least a dozen paramilitary police have been killed in an attack similar to the one that killed four U.S. Green Beret and four Nigerien troops on October 4.Saturday's attack took place in the same area, officials said. Th…- 37 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • New Details Emerge About Attack That Killed US Soldiers in Niger
    New details are emerging about the attack that left four U.S. soldiers dead in Niger as U.S. congressional leaders are demanding answers from the Pentagon. The U.S. Green Berets (special forces), along with four Nigerian soldiers, were killed on Octo…- 1 hour ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Belarusian Opposition Activists Rally, Urging Leader to Go
    Some 200 people rallied on Saturday in the Belarusian capital of Minsk, calling for the resignation of the president who has ruled the former Soviet republic since 1994.Opposition activists carrying Belarusian and European Union flags urged Preside…- 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • New Zealand's 'First Bloke' Breaks Mold in New Role
    New Zealand not only has its youngest female prime minister with the rise to power of center-left Labour leader Jacinda Ardern, but a renegade new "first bloke" who is a national celebrity in his own right.Clarke Gayford, who hosts his own fishing…- 4 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Trump to Authorize Release of Classified JFK Assassination Documents
    U.S. President Donald Trump announced Saturday he will authorize the release of classified documents that may provide more information about the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy."Subject to the receipt of further information, I will…- 4 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Zimbabwean President Mugabe Receives Controversial WHO Appointment
    In a controversial move, the World Health Organization has appointed Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe as a "goodwill ambassador" to help tackle non-communicable diseases, such as heart attacks, strokes and asthma across Africa.WHO Director-Genera…- 5 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Kabul Suicide Attack Kills at Least 15 Outside Military Academy
    A suicide blast Saturday outside the Afghan military academy in Kabul killed at least 15 cadets and wounded several others, said the defense ministry.The attack came a day after an Islamic State suicide bomber stormed a crowded Shi’ite Muslim mos…- 5 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Chinese Leader's Call for Democracy, Justice, Clashes With Crackdown on Dissent
    China's increasingly powerful leader Xi Jinping has pledged to make the Communist Party more responsive to public demands and to calls for democracy, fairness and justice in a lengthy address to the 19th Party Congress.But at least three cases invo…- 6 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Australia Joins Saudi Arabia and China on UN Human Rights Council
    Australia has been elected unopposed to the United Nations' Human Rights Council, despite the U.N.'s consistent criticism of Canberra’s policies on asylum seekers and indigenous people.The United Nations' Human Rights Council was set up in March…- 6 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • 2 Former Presidents Break With Tradition to Denounce Trump
    Former presidents are shedding a traditional reluctance to criticize their successors, unleashing pointed attacks on the Trump White House and the commander in chief - but without mentioning him by name.Remarks on the same day by former Presidents…- 7 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Man With Knife Attacks 4 People in Munich; Arrest Made
    A man with a knife attacked four people in Munich on Saturday and then fled, police said. A suspect was arrested a few hours later, and authorities were working to determine whether he was the assailant.Police received initial reports of an attack…- 8 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • In California, Bannon Takes Swipes at Bush, Silicon Valley
    Former White House adviser Steve Bannon on Friday depicted former President George W. Bush as bumbling and inept, faulting him for presiding over a “destructive” presidency during his time in the White House.Bannon’s scathing remarks amounted…- 9 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Four People Hurt in Knife Attack in Munich; Suspect at Large
    Police say a man with a knife has lightly wounded four people in Munich. Officers are looking for the assailant. Munich police called on people in the Rosenheimer Platz area, located close to the German city’s downtown, to stay inside after the…- 9 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Era Ends: Hong Kong Stock Trading Floor to Close
    Hong Kong’s last remaining stock market floor traders are taking their final orders as the exchange prepares to shut its trading hall.The bourse’s operator, Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing, says it will close the trading hall by the end of the m…- 9 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Traumatized and Needy, Rohingya Children Make Up 60 Percent of Myanmar Refugees 
    Worn down and traumatized, children make up about 60 percent of the Rohingya refugees fleeing what aid groups call ethnic cleansing in Myanmar and heading to difficult conditions and an uncertain future in Bangladesh.Some 320,000 refugees have cro…- 10 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • US Intelligence Keeping Wary Eye on China's President Xi
    U.S. intelligence officials are closely watching developments during China's 19th Party Congress, calling it a key test for Chinese President Xi Jinping and a telling barometer of what type of relationship Beijing likely will pursue with Washington.…- 10 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Spanish Prime Minister Says He'll Dismiss Catalonia's Separatist Government
    Spanish Prime Minister Mariono Rajoy announced Saturday he would dismiss Catalonia's separatist government and call for new elections in an attempt to prevent the semi-autonomous region from declaring its independence.Rajoy made the announcement af…- 10 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Kids, Screens and Parental Guilt: Time to Relax a Bit?
    Parents of small children have long been hearing about the perils of “screen time.” And with more screens, and new technologies such as Amazon’s Echo speaker, the message is getting louder.And while plenty of parents are feeling guilty about…- 11 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Judge Tosses $400 Million Verdict in Cancer, Talc Powder Case
    A California judge on Friday threw out a $417 million verdict against Johnson & Johnson in a lawsuit by a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer after using its talc-based products like Johnson’s Baby Powder for feminine hygiene.The rulin…- 11 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Body of Missing Argentine Protester Identified
    The family of a young protester who went missing in Argentina nearly three months ago identified his body Friday, a brother of the dead man told journalists after leaving the morgue.Investigators discovered a body Tuesday in the Chubut River in Pat…- 12 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Film Explores an America of Poverty Alongside Disneyworld’s Glitter
    Millions of children the world over dream of visiting Disneyworld. But Sean Baker’s heartbreaking film The Florida Project, throws light on those living in dire poverty in the shadow of Cinderella’s castle in Orlando.The film underscores the s…- 12 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • China Set to Spend Billions on 'One Belt One Road,’ But Some Want Focus on Poverty
    Running 1,300 kilometers over the world’s highest mountain pass, the “Friendship,” or Karakoram, Highway is evidence of China’s willingness to spend big as a contributor to global development.Costing tens of billions of dollars, the road li…- 12 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • China to Spend Billions More on 'One Belt' Initiative; Campaigners Want Focus on Poverty
    At China's Communist Party Congress this week, President Xi Jinping said the country would be a contributor to global development. Key to that is the so-called One Belt One Road Initiative, which seeks to rekindle the ancient Silk Road trade routes l…- 13 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Wide-ranging Report Tackles Pollution as a Public Health Issue
    Pollution accounts for more deaths every year than any illness. That's the headline from a new report published in the medical journal The Lancet on Thursday. Part of the response to this massive number involves treating pollution like a health issue…- 13 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Wearable Air Filter Combats Pollution
    Environmental pollution, from filthy air to contaminated water, kills at least 9 million people a year, according to a new study published by the medical journal The Lancet. Two entrepreneurs from Georgia have invented a wearable filter they say can…- 13 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • An America of Poverty Subsists Alongside the Glitter of Disney World
    Millions of children the world over dream of visiting Disney World. But Sean Baker's heartbreaking film "The Florida Project," throws light on those living in dire poverty in the shadow of Cinderella's castle in Orlando. The film underscores the soci…- 14 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • A Burgeoning Health Crisis Keeps Local Doctors up at Night in Storm-ravaged Puerto Rico
    From humanitarian crisis to health crisis, driving rains and floods threaten to turn devastation into disease more than three weeks after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico. The entire island remains under flash flood warning as record rainfall cont…- 14 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Improved US-India Ties: A Tricky Balancing Act
    U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson next week makes his first trip to South Asia since the White House laid out a new strategy for the region. The visit includes a stop in India, whose relationship with the U.S. has evolved into what is effectively…- 14 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Rockets Land Near Kabul Military Headquarters
    As many as two rockets landed near the international military headquarters in downtown Kabul early Saturday morning, Afghan security officials said.There were no reports of casualties.Around 6 a.m. local time (01:30 am GMT) alarms could be heard…- 17 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Trump Signs Order Allowing Recall of Retired Air Force Pilots
    U.S. President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that will allow the Air Force to bring back to active duty as many as 1,000 retired pilots to address a pilot shortage.A Pentagon spokesman, Navy Cmdr. Gary Ross, said the Air Force is short…- 17 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Three Charged With Attempted Murder After White Supremacist Event
    Three men have been charged with attempted murder in Gainesville, Florida, for firing a shot at anti-Nazi protesters after a speech by white supremacist leader Richard Spencer on Thursday.The Gainesville Police Department released a report Friday s…- 17 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Somalia Truck Bomb Death Toll Rises to 358
    Thousands of Somalis gathered Friday to pray at the site of the country’s deadliest bombing. Last Saturday a truck bomb exploded on a busy street in Mogadishu, killing what is now believed to be 358 people.As Somalis in the capital city paid thei…- 18 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • More Allegations Leveled Against Disgraced Movie Producer Weinstein
    Another actress has accused U.S. movie producer Harvey Weinstein of sexually assaulting her, the latest of some 40 women who have alleged sexual harassment and assault spanning decades.Former actress Heather Kerr told a news conference Friday that…- 18 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Family Remembers Minnesota Man Killed in Mogadishu Blast
    Among the hundreds of people killed in the Oct. 14 terrorist attack in Mogadishu was a U.S. citizen, Ahmed Abdikarim Eyow, 51, from Bloomington, Minnesota.Eyow, a Somali native who came to the U.S. in 1998, died when a truck bomb ripped through the…- 18 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Questions and Answers on Proposed US Ban on Laptops in Luggage
    First the U.S. government temporarily banned laptops in the cabins of some airplanes. Now it is looking to ban them from checked luggage on international flights, citing the risk of potentially catastrophic fires.The Federal Aviation Administration…- 19 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • US Shutters Special Representative for Afghanistan-Pakistan Office
    With the Trump administration's revised South Asia strategy still in its infancy, the curtain has silently fallen on the office of the Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan (SRAP), ending months of speculations that the State Department…- 19 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • At Least 54 Egyptian Policemen Killed in Raid on Suspected Militant Hideout Near Cairo
    At least 54 Egyptian police officers have been killed in a raid on a suspected militant hideout near Cairo, according to security officials.The officials, who requested anonymity, said the security forces apparently were ambushed Friday night by mi…- 20 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Iraqi, Kurdish Forces Battle for Remaining Disputed Territories
    As night fell Friday, Kurdish Peshmerga tanks fired heavy artillery into the now-Iraqi held town of Altun Kopri while gunfire cracked at the town's entrance.Kurdish civilian volunteers scattered from behind a nearby berm as journalists’ cars race…- 20 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • US Defense Secretary Meets with McCain Over Niger Attack
    U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis went to Capitol Hill Friday to meet with Senator John McCain after the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee threatened to issue a subpoena for information about the deaths of four U.S. soldiers killed i…- 21 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Puerto Rico Still Without Power, One Month After Hurricane
    “We’re continuing to go as fast as we possibly can,” U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Commander Lieutenant General Todd Semonite said Friday, briefing journalists on the state of the recovery in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, which were d…- 21 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Afghan Civilians Bear Brunt of Taliban, IS Clashes in Eastern Nangarhar
    More than a dozen civilians have been killed and wounded, and hundreds of families displaced by fierce fighting in recent days between the Islamic State (IS) terror group and Taliban insurgents in eastern Afghanistan.  At least eight civilians hav…- 23 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • 140 Arrested in Malawi After Mob Attacks on 'Vampires'
    Deadly mob attacks on people suspected to be "vampires" have led to 140 arrests in Malawi, police said Friday.The situation had spun out of control, the inspector general of police, Lexon Kachama, told The Associated Press. More arrests were expect…- 23 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • G-7 Backs Internet Industry Effort to Detect, Blunt Extremism
    The Group of Seven industrialized nations threw their support behind a new technology industry alliance aimed at detecting and blunting online propaganda, saying Friday it had a "major role" to play in combating extremism on the internet.G-7 interi…- 23 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • US Appeals Court Blocks Teen’s Abortion Access
    A U.S. appeals court has blocked an undocumented minor from getting an abortion in Texas, while leaving open the possibility that she could still have the procedure shortly.The appeals court in Washington ruled Friday that the U.S. government had u…- 23 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • WHO Chief Selects Zimbabwe's Mugabe as 'Goodwill Ambassador'
    Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has long faced United States sanctions over his government's human rights abuses. But the World Health Organization's new chief is making the longtime African leader a "goodwill ambassador."With Mugabe on hand, WHO…- 23 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • International Effort Under Way in Uganda to Contain Marburg Virus
    The World Health Organization is part of an international effort working to rapidly contain an outbreak of the deadly Marburg virus in eastern Uganda on the border with Kenya.Marburg Hemorrhagic fever shares similarities with Ebola. The virus is ve…- 23 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Mexico Argues Texas Immigration Law Will Harm Relations
    A Texas law banning sanctuary cities would harm diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Mexico, Mexico argues in a brief submitted to the appeals court reviewing the law.The brief, filed Thursday with the Fifth District Court of Appeals in New Or…- 24 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Suicide Bombers Kill 72 at Two Afghan Mosques
    Suicide bombers struck two mosques in Afghanistan Friday, killing at least 72 people.At a Shi’ite mosque in Afghanistan’s capital, at least 39 people died and at least 41 were injured. Women and children were among the victims.“This is abso…- 24 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Report: Scores of Afghan Military Trainees Go AWOL During Training in US
    Scores of Afghan troops have failed to show up while undergoing military training in the United States due to death threats, other potential violent acts and uncertain job prospects, according to a report issued Friday.Of the 320 foreign military t…- 24 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Thousands of Stranded Rohingya Refugees Allowed into Bangladesh
    Aid agencies report nearly 7,000 Rohingya refugees stranded in dire conditions on the Bangladesh side of the border with Myanmar have been allowed to enter the country of refuge.The refugees, who were stranded for four days in no-man's land, are no…- 24 hours ago, Friday October 20 -

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  • Strictly Come Dancing: week five - live
    There’s a samba from Alexandra this week, which deserves full marks for rhyming value alone. So which other Strictly couples will be creating poetry on the dancefloor, and who will be foxtrotting off home? 7.58pm BST Shirley loved Joe’s arms and…- 2 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Southampton 1-0 West Brom - as it happened
    Sofiane Boufal came off the bench to score a wonderful solo goal to earn 7.29pm BST Thanks for joining me for my first MBM and many thanks to Mr Boufal for making it worthwhile for all of us. Until next time (if there is a next time). 7.22pm BST The…- 31 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Trump does not plan to block release of JFK assassination documents
    National Archives has till Thursday to disclose remaining Kennedy filesPresident peddled JFK conspiracy theory involving Ted Cruz’s fatherDonald Trump does not plan to block the scheduled release of thousands of never publicly seen government docum…- 48 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Huddersfield send Manchester United crashing to first Premier League defeat
    They gave everything to see it out. They were quick to the ball, strong in the challenge and utterly determined not to let the game have a dramatic, late twist. And, finally, Huddersfield Town, the team whose glories all belonged to another era, coul…- 50 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Georgia politician Betty Price asks if people with HIV can be quarantined
    Wife of ex-health secretary Tom Price seeks to ‘curtail the spread’Republican doctor asks committee meeting: ‘What are we legally able to do?’A Georgia state lawmaker who is married to former Trump health secretary Tom Price asked during a le…- 58 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Grenfell firefighter: MPs should be dragged to look at tower’s shell
    Lucy Masoud blames tragedy on austerity and says decision makers don’t care about social housing tenantsMPs should be “dragged” from parliament to see Grenfell Tower’s shell as a reminder of how their decisions caused the disaster, a firefigh…- 1 hour ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Republican official 'would have shot' Guardian reporter attacked by Gianforte
    Montana Republican official Karen Marshall told radio program she would have shot reporter Ben Jacobs if ‘that kid had done to me what he did to Greg’A Montana Republican party official “would have shot” Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs if he had…- 1 hour ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • ‘I will never worry about sack,’ says Antonio Conte after Chelsea comeback
    • Manager insists he is not feeling pressure after first win in four matches• Watford’s Marco Silva: ‘It’s a really unfair result, we didn’t deserve it’Antonio Conte said the fear of being sacked by Chelsea has never gripped him after h…- 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Malta offers €1m for information on Daphne Caruana Galizia murder
    Government says death of investigative journalist, whose work had targeted Maltese PM, is ‘case of extraordinary importance’Malta’s government has offered an “unprecedented” €1m (£890m) reward and full protection for anyone with informat…- 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Russia’s free pass to undermine British democracy | Nick Cohen
    The Tories want to ignore Putin’s Brexit role and Labour is complicit with Putin’s mafia stateYou’d never guess it, but Britain is a lucky country. Across the democratic world, Russia pursues its interests by corrupting elections with black pro…- 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Catalonia crisis escalates as Spain set to impose direct rule within days
    Spanish prime minister says Catalan government’s powers will be returned to Madrid, as tensions rise between supporters and opponents of independenceSpain was plunged deep into political crisis on Saturday after the prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, a…- 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Dylan Hartley sin-binned as Northampton fall to defeat at Clermont
    • Clermont Auvergne 24-7 Northampton• Saints stay pointless in European Champions Cup Pool 2The Michelin men have been running on flat tyres this season and this was a missed opportunity for Northampton. There will be few boasts after this stutte…- 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Cover stories: beautiful book-jacket designs – in pictures
    A new collection of classic illustrations highlights the timeless appeal of dust jacketsMartin Salisbury on the lasting value of book covers Continue reading...- 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Jadon Sancho makes Dortmund debut as Bundesliga leaders blow lead
    • Former Man City winger Sancho comes on as substitute in draw at Eintracht• Tolisso notches second-half winner as Bayern triumph 1-0 at HamburgJadon Sancho became the first Englishman to play for Borussia Dortmund when the 17-year-old forward wa…- 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Bournemouth and Junior Stanislas dump Stoke into bottom three
    Mark Hughes called on Stoke to “show their mettle” after they dropped into the relegation zone following their 2-1 home defeat by Bournemouth.Two goals in 133 first-half seconds stunned the home side as Andrew Surman’s 16th-minute opener was qu…- 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Mikel Merino’s late header sees Newcastle United defeat Crystal Palace
    They say the table does not lie: Newcastle United are sixth in the Premier League and Crystal Palace are bottom of it. But the table does not tell the whole tale of this wet afternoon on Tyneside. Rafa Benítez grimaced his way through much of the ga…- 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Storm Brian heads for Britain after flooding in south-west Ireland
    UK Met Office issues yellow weather warning for parts of England and Wales after high winds and heavy rainParts of Britain have been battered by winds of almost 80mph and heavy rains as storm Brian crossed the Irish Sea after causing flooding in some…- 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Flying start for Michael Appleton as Leicester edge past Swansea
    For the second time this year the Leicester City players responded to the news that their manager had been sacked by picking up three points and producing the sort of performance that suggests not much needs fine-tuning whenever Craig Shakespeare’s…- 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Manchester City’s Sergio Agüero equals scoring mark in win against Burnley
    Manchester City remain on top of the Premier League, Sergio Agüero is now their joint top all-time goalscorer, but this workmanlike victory over a predictably solid Burnley side refuted the theory that Saturday afternoons at the Etihad are going to…- 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Bombardier’s Belfast workers breathe sigh of relief after Airbus swoops in
    Takeover deal reassures staff even if the manoeuvre fails to convince US to lift punitive tariffs on order by DeltaWhat takes place at Bombardier Aerospace’s factory at Belfast is one of those everyday, patented modern miracles – and one whose su…- 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Air France boss says UK must play by the EU court’s rules after Brexit
    Jean-Marc Janaillac says he is happy to see British airlines fly on the continent – as long as they accept European Court of Justice controlAs the head of Europe’s largest intercontinental airline, Jean-Marc Janaillac can speak with authority on…- 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Woolly liberals: protest apparel – in pictures
    In January, thousands of women all over the world marched in protest at Donald Trump’s inauguration wearing pink “pussy hats”. Now you can learn how to knit your own, in Geraldine Warner’s new book, Protest Knits, published last week by Herbe…- 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Harry Belafonte tells crowd at likely last public appearance: 'We shall overcome'
    Singer and civil rights activist, 90, holds Pittsburgh audience spellbound with tales of his life and denunciation of Trump as a national ‘mistake’Harry Belafonte appeared dazed, struggling to stand with a cane as an aide guided him slowly to his…- 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Firefights and blowback: Trump’s week of military misadventures
    The deaths of four US soldiers killed in Niger were at the centre of a political storm this week. The row, sparked by the president’s remarks, drew in bereaved families, Gen John Kelly, and military veteransIt was a crisp autumnal day in Washington…- 4 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Cracksman and Frankie Dettori win Champion Stakes in brilliant style
    • John Gosden-trained favourite easy winner on Champions Day• Italian jockey celebrates after seven-length victory for coltAidan O’Brien reached a fresh milestone in his training career on Saturday with a record-equalling 25th Group One win of…- 4 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Tories under pressure over use of UK troops to sell arms to Gulf states
    Labour says government is trying to avoid scrutiny of arms sales after portions of FoI request are redactedThe Department for International Trade (DIT) is facing calls to reveal details of its use of British troops to sell arms after it prevented the…- 4 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Steve Bannon blasts George Bush and calls for Republican 'revolt'
    Former White House adviser slams former president at California eventBush ‘embarrassed himself’ in speech decrying ‘bullying and prejudice’The former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has launched a scathing attack on George W Bush, p…- 4 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Harvey Weinstein: a list of the women who have accused him
    A growing number of actors and others in the film industry have made accusations against the Hollywood film producer• Léa Seydoux: the night Harvey Weinstein jumped on me • Could Harvey Weinstein be jailed?More than 50 women have made allegation…- 4 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Czech billionaire’s ANO party set to win elections
    Projections show party led by Andrej Babiš to benefit from voters’ desire for change over tax, immigration and EU relationsThe billionaire businessman Andrej Babiš is in line for a big win in parliamentary elections in the Czech Republic, project…- 4 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Can Formula One's American takeover fuel a long-awaited US expansion?
    Liberty Media’s $8bn acquisition of Formula One in January has given rise to fresh questions about the series’ intentions in the United StatesAbout an hour’s drive from where I live, in the coastal hinterlands of South Carolina, lies the city o…- 5 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Is Congress about to wreck the Grand Canyon and other national park treasures?
    The Antiquities Act has been used to preserve some of America’s beloved lands and landmarks but it is facing assault from Trump and CongressOne-hundred-eleven years and a few months ago, Theodore Roosevelt signed the landmark law that helped cement…- 5 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Rethink on housing benefit cap for elderly and vulnerable
    Move follows outcry from charities and evidence that housing projects have been abandonedPlans to cap housing benefit for thousands of mentally ill, elderly and other vulnerable people in supported housing are to be re-examined after protests by MPs…- 5 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Evening Standard sorry for airbrushing out Solange Knowles' braids
    Crown of braids was digitally removed from cover of magazine in which singer discusses cultural legacy of braidingThe London Evening Standard has apologised to Solange Knowles for airbrushing her crown of braids from an image on the cover of its maga…- 5 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Chelsea’s César Azpilicueta makes Watford pay for misses in thriller
    “That’s why we’re champions,” crowed the Matthew Harding Stand after César Azpilicueta had bundled Chelsea back from the precipice. Their meaning was clear enough: you do not win titles without the wherewithal to make light of a seemingly lo…- 5 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Moussa Dembélé and Mickael Lustig power Celtic past Hibs to cup final
    A semi-final initially notable for Hibernian’s curious approach was later typified by the one which sets Celtic apart from the rest in Scotland. Brendan Rodgers is within one match of his fourth trophy success as the Celtic manager from as many att…- 6 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Willem Dafoe: ‘I’ve thought about murder many times’
    The actor, 62, on actors’ fear, being happy in nature, the false freedom of technology and being mistaken for Mick JaggerNobody ever talks about how most actors are full of fear, because the target is always moving. If you’re smart you keep on pl…- 6 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Johnson & Johnson granted new trial over $417m ovarian cancer award
    LA judge throws out jury payment to woman who used J&J baby powderAttorney: ‘We will continue to fight on behalf of all women impacted’A judge on Friday tossed out a $417m jury award to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer by using Jo…- 7 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Modern Toss – cartoon
    To bee or not to bee: National Honey Week starts on 23 October! Continue reading...- 7 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Suspect arrested after four people injured in Munich stabbings
    German police work to determine whether suspect is man who fled scene of attack on black bicycleA man with a knife fled after attacking four people in Munich on Saturday, police have said. A suspect was arrested a few hours after the incident and aut…- 7 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • UK ‘disappointed’ as Robert Mugabe becomes WHO goodwill ambassador
    UN body appoints Zimbabwean despot to help tackle non-communicable diseases, despite dire health crisis under his ruleThe UK government has criticised the World Health Organization’s decision to appoint Robert Mugabe as a “goodwill ambassador”,…- 7 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • The fall of Raqqa - in pictures
    Photographer Bülent Kılıç entered the former Islamic State stronghold with the Syrian Democratic Forces and documented the elation of the victory over the jihadists and the price paid by the ancient city Continue reading...- 7 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Reece Hodge inspires Australia to tense Bledisloe Cup win over New Zealand
    • Australia 23-18 New Zealand• Wallabies end their seven-game losing run against All BlacksFittingly it was a drenched Brisbane that saw the Wallabies end the most worrying drought in Australian sport. Reece Hodge was the toast of the crowd, scor…- 7 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Everton have lost their identity and need to get back to basics against Arsenal | Paul Wilson
    Ronald Koeman has presided over a difficult start to a season in which his team of too many No10s seems to lack purpose following the loss Romelu LukakuMidway through the Europa League defeat by Lyon at Goodison on Thursday, just before the fighting…- 8 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Beyond the warm hug, Pochettino and Klopp embrace total reboots | Barney Ronay
    Tottenham and Liverpool are well-matched in skill and ambition and their managers are seeking to construct futures that will end obsession with the pastMauricio Pochettino loves a hug. The pre-match handshake may be no more than a glazed formality fo…- 8 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • This week’s best radio: Neil MacGregor's Living with the Gods
    The British historian returns to explore the role of beliefs around the world, while Ed Reardon’s Week finds our hero working at Your Motorhome, both on Radio 4The reliably fascinating Neil MacGregor returns with Living with the Gods (Weekdays, 9.…- 8 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • 'Our pain for their gain': the American activists manipulated by Russian trolls
    As social media accounts like Blacktivist emerge as fake, demonstrators feel tricked – but say the activism the accounts fueled was very realIt’s painful for Tawanda Jones to talk about her brother. But when she’s offered a chance to speak publ…- 8 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • The floodgates have opened on outing bad men | Jessica Valenti
    I hope in the weeks ahead, as more of these stories come out, we can learn to listen instead of interrogate. Women have been through more than enoughGet this newsletter via email – sign upOh, you thought things couldn’t get worse? I’m sorry –…- 9 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Love shack: how a disused garage became a vital family space
    Why use your garage to park a car when it can be a workshop, kids’ hangout space and hobby room all in one?A few years ago, Ina Porras faced a dilemma: with a growing brood, her beloved Georgian bungalow outside Edinburgh was feeling squeezed. But…- 9 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • What Would Diplo Do? A mockumentary for the EDM generation
    Starring Dawson’s Creek’s James Van Der Beek as the superstar DJ, Viceland’s first scripted comedy is so meta it hurts‘You know you’re not Jesus, right?” barks Brian in What Would Diplo Do? (Wednesday, 9pm, Viceland). Brian is Diplo’s m…- 9 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • What Harvey Weinstein tells us about the liberal world | Thomas Frank
    Harvey Weinstein seemed to fit right in. This is a form of liberalism that routinely blends self-righteousness with upper-class entitlementLet us now consider the peculiar politics of Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced movie producer. Today Weinstein is…- 9 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • I take your calls to the DWP about universal credit - I feel your heartache
    I’ve been on benefits too and wish I could change how the system works, but I follow the rules so I can provide for my child I’m a call handler for the DWP, where empathy isn’t a trait that’s valued very much. But I’ve been on benefits and…- 10 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Simona Halep rules roost before WTA Finals but Serena is being missed | Jacob Steinberg
    World No1 spot has changed hands a few times this year, with Halep the latest holder after Garbiñe Muguruza and Karolina Pliskova’s turns at the topSometimes it is not the quality of the competition that matters to an audience but the possibility…- 10 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Operation smile: how jaw surgery changed my life
    For years, Martha Hayes was bullied for being ‘goofy’. An operation at 18 gave her a new self-confidence, but would it last?“Skinny, ginger, goofy bitch.”I was walking to school one morning when I heard this from a girl I’d never seen befor…- 10 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • The 20 photographs of the week
    Refugee crises, extreme weather and white nationalists – the week’s news stories captured by the world’s best photojournalists Continue reading...- 10 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Iraq’s lost generation: ‘I have forgotten what happiness is’
    Zanab Ismail wanted to be a doctor, Raghda Ali was studying to be a nurse – then Isis destroyed Mosul. Three years on, can they start over?When Mosul was finally liberated on 9 July, Zanab Ismail was 50 miles away, watching events on TV. Her family…- 11 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Hillary Clinton talks about Trump's inauguration on the Graham Norton Show - video
    The almost-holder of the US presidency tells The Graham Norton Show how she didn't feel like attending Donald Trump's inauguration in her role as a former first lady, and jokes about George W Bush's reaction to her campaign rival's speech.• Watch t…- 11 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Yotam Ottolenghi’s mushroom recipes
    Nothing spells autumn quite like mushroomsTalk of “earthy flavours” is pretty common at this time of the year, but it really bears repeating in the case of mushrooms, because they taste so very much of the soil from which they grow. Mushrooms don…- 11 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • What I’m really thinking: the supermarket checkout operator
    Some days, after 10 hours of scanning and beeping, your refusal to acknowledge me is upsettingI make no judgments about your shopping; your eight cans of lager a day, your chocolate habit, your inability to resist doughnuts, your reliance on sliced…- 11 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • ‘Fox 8’ by George Saunders: a fantastical tale from the Man Booker winner
    This week the master of the short story won the Booker for Lincoln in the Bardo. ‘Fox 8’ is a heartfelt letter to YumansDeer Reeder:First may I say, sorry for any werds I spel rong. Because I am a fox! So don’t rite or spel perfect. But here is…- 11 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Two bodies recovered from sunken trawler off Queensland coast
    Six of seven men on board are believed to have drowned as tragedy leaves fishing community shakenAuthorities have recovered the bodies of two men from the wreck of the fishing vessel Dianne, which capsized and sank off the Queensland coast with six c…- 12 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -

The New York Times

A Scene from 'The Meyerowitz Stories' | Anatomy of a Scene

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Wedgetober Fest
A late season south swell hit the Dirty Old Wedge recently. It wasn't perfect, but the locals were still on it to squeeze out some juice.Author: theinertiaofficialTags: Posted: 20 October 2017
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Ashton Locklear - Uneven Bars - 2017 World Championships - Event Finals Day 1
Score: 12.766 (5.4, 7.366)Oct. 7, 2017 - Olympic Stadium - Montreal, CanadaHit that LIKE button to show your support for USA Gymnastics!SUBSCRIBE to the USA Gymnastics YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/1DOeeZjYou can check out all event PLAYLISTS here:…
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UFC 217: Bisping vs St-Pierre - Battle Cry
Michael Bisping attempts to defend his middleweight belt at UFC 217 when he takes on Georges St-Pierre in the main event in Madison Square Garden.Author: UFCTags: TRAILER main event Madison Square Garden Michael Bisping UFC 217 Georges St-Pierre Post…
- 3 days ago, Thursday October 19 -
The World Record-Breaking Street Artist Who Paints Around the World
Eduardo Kobra is one of the most famous Brazilian street artists. He had a difficult upbringing in the suburbs of São Paulo, but rose to international fame after gaining recognition for his colorful murals. His art is now spread across five continen…
- 3 days ago, Wednesday October 18 -
'Will You Officially Be My Dad?'
When Dave married Pamela, he became a stepfather to five kids. That's no small thing, but Dave couldn't have been happier to become part of the family and raise those kids as his own. As a thank you, Joel has a very special 60th birthday present for…
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McStralle, Fastest Lap, Mardi Gras World | Drone Racing League
Fastest Lap: McStralle 0:54.9, Mardi Gras World .Author: DroneracingleagueTags: FPV Technology drones drone racing drone racing league drone races first person vision gaming video games racing Posted: 17 October 2017
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Reuters

  • A picture and its story: A neo-Nazi in the midst of a protest
    (Reuters) - On the morning of October 17, two days before Richard Spencer, an avowed white nationalist and spokesman for the so-called alt-right, was to speak at the University of Florida, my wife asked if I had heard anything about it. - 23 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Trump to release JFK files, subject to 'further information'
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday that, subject to receipt of further information, he planned to allow the opening of long-secret files on the November 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy due for release…- 47 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • U.S. warns public about attacks on energy, industrial firms
    (Reuters) - The U.S government issued a rare public warning about hacking campaigns targeting energy and industrial firms, the latest evidence that cyber attacks present an increasing threat to the power industry and other public infrastructure. - 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Body of missing worker recovered after Louisiana oil rig explosion
    (Reuters) - The body of a worker missing since an oil production platform in Louisiana's Lake Pontchartrain exploded and caught fire on Sunday has been found, local officials said. - 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Federal judge in Hawaii expands block on Trump travel ban
    (Reuters) - A federal judge in Hawaii extended his halt of U.S. President Donald Trump's travel ban on citizens from six Muslim-majority countries. - 3 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Plane by plane, New York greets Puerto Ricans displaced by hurricane
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - There were only a few minutes left before baggage carousel No. 4 jolted to life at John F. Kennedy International Airport, soon to be ringed with people coming from Puerto Rico on one-way tickets they never would have bought if no…- 9 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • U.S. court blocks immigrant teen's bid to obtain abortion
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Friday prevented an illegal immigrant teenager detained by the government from immediately obtaining an abortion, although it left open the possibility she could undergo the procedure within days. - 17 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Florida programmer sentenced to 16 months for bitcoin exchange scheme
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Florida software engineer was sentenced to 16 months in prison on Friday after being found guilty of scheming to help an illegal bitcoin exchange avoid having banks and regulators look into its activities. - 21 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Three charged in shooting after white nationalist's Florida speech
    (Reuters) - A Texas man who shot at protesters after a white nationalist's speech at the University of Florida and two brothers who urged him to "kill them" have been charged with attempted homicide, police said on Friday. - 23 hours ago, Friday October 20 -
  • Trump launches petition against NFL players' anthem protests
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump has stepped up the pressure on the National Football League over protests by its players during the national anthem by launching a petition and asking his supporters to show their patriotism by backi…- 1 day ago, Friday October 20 -

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

  • Rep. Marc Veasey probes Niger raid, Sgt....
    Donald Trump has come under fire for his handling of the deaths of American soldiers in Niger. Joy Reid is joined by Rep. Marc Veasey on the questions that remain.- 12 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Collins: Russian trolls exist to...
    Who are Russian trolls and what do they want with us? The Daily Beast's Ben Collins reports on Trump campaign figures who unwittingly amplified the trolls' subversive message.- 22 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Why are U.S. drug prices so high?
    MNSBC's Velshi and Ruhle explain how health care lobbyists have made millions off of prescription drugs at the expense of Americans.- 32 mins ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Kelly under fire after Trump’s call to...
    Gen. Kelly comes under fire after defending Donald Trump and criticizing Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, who our guest Malcolm Nance says Kelly should apologize to. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.- 2 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • President Trump To Release JFK Files
    President Trump announced on Twitter that he will be releasing the classified JFK files on Oct. 26. The move will allow thousands of documents detailing the assassination of President John F. Kennedy to be open to the public.- 6 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Stories of the Week
    Hugh Hewitt is joined by a panel of journalists, James Hohmann, Seung Min Kim, Courtney Kube and Annier Linksey to discuss the news that happened this week in the Trump administration.- 7 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Greater need but less help for Puerto Rico
    Rachel Maddow compares the amount of help the Houston area received after Hurricane Harvey and the progress made in recovering from that storm to the comparatively meager response Puerto Rico and the corresponding slow progress there.- 13 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Trump U.S. attorney screenings unheard-of
    Barbara McQuade, former U.S. attorney, talks with Rachel Maddow about the rarity of presidents meeting with candidates for U.S. attorney positions and why Donald Trump doing so is of particular concern.- 13 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Trump US attorney interviews raise eyebrows
    Rachel Maddow reports on Donald Trump meeting with candidates for U.S. attorney positions in the districts that would have jurisdiction over Trump's affairs, which isn't illegal but is unusually enough to draw concerned attention.- 14 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -
  • Trump flouting norms risks venal turn in US
    Sarah Chayes, author of "Thieves of State," talks with Rachel Maddow about why Donald Trump's business with corrupt foreign governments risks spreading corruption to the United States.- 14 hours ago, Saturday October 21 -

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