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  • Elton John Slams Lawmaker Who Suggested People With HIV Should Be Quarantined

    Elton John Slams Lawmaker Who Suggested People With HIV Should Be QuarantinedElton John responded Monday to Georgia state Rep. Betty Price’s disturbing suggestion that perhaps people with HIV should be quarantined in order to “curtail the spread” of the disease.




  • Megyn Kelly Reveals She Complained To Fox News About Bill O'Reilly

    Megyn Kelly Reveals She Complained To Fox News About Bill O'ReillyBill O’Reilly says the recent New York Times report that he settled a sexual harassment suit for $32 million shortly before Fox News offered him a $100 million contract extension is “false, defamatory” and “another smear article.”




  • The Exact Moment These People In Love Knew 'That's My Person'

    The Exact Moment These People In Love Knew 'That's My Person'Everyone loves a good love story, especially in 140 characters or less.




  • 14 Vegetarian Recipes Kids Will Totally Approve Of

    14 Vegetarian Recipes Kids Will Totally Approve Of




  • Philippines declares end to 5-month militant siege in Marawi

    Philippines declares end to 5-month militant siege in MarawiCLARK, Philippines (AP) — The Philippine government declared the end Monday to the militant siege of a southern city that lasted five months, left more than 1,100 people dead and sparked fears of the Islamic State group gaining a foothold in Southeast Asia.




  • Boiling point: McCain frustrations with Mattis, McMaster go public

    Boiling point: McCain frustrations with Mattis, McMaster go publicSimmering tension between Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain and the Trump administration’s national security team over information sharing, the defense budget and Pentagon appointments boiled into public view last week.




  • Indonesia seeks answers from US as top general denied entry

    Indonesia seeks answers from US as top general denied entryIndonesia's government is seeking clarification from the U.S. after the Indonesian military chief was denied entry to the country, an official said Sunday.




  • St Andrews University students celebrate 'Raisin Monday'

    St Andrews University students celebrate 'Raisin Monday'In a tradition that may go back centuries, older students at St Andrews spend a weekend showing new kids around, after which the younger students demonstrate their gratitude with a gift. It used to be raisins, but not now.




  • Bernie Sanders Says He'll Run For Re-election As An Independent

    Bernie Sanders Says He'll Run For Re-election As An Independentconfirmed he’ll run for re-election next year as an independent candidate.




  • Ex-Crime Scene Investigator Allegedly Murdered P.I. Who Was Found In Cement-Covered Grave

    Ex-Crime Scene Investigator Allegedly Murdered P.I. Who Was Found In Cement-Covered GraveSuspect Ashley McArthur once worked at the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office in Florida.




  • Dozens of Packaged Vegetable Products Recalled Amid Listeria Fears

    Dozens of Packaged Vegetable Products Recalled Amid Listeria FearsIt affects more than 30 products




  • White supremacist saved by black protester after being punched at anti-Nazi march

    White supremacist saved by black protester after being punched at anti-Nazi marchWearing a white T-shirt emblazoned with swastikas, Randy Furniss, hands in his pockets, walked slowly through a crowd Thursday that had largely gathered to protest white nationalist Richard Spencer, who was delivering a speech at the University of Florida. Days before Florida Gov. Rick Scott, R, had warned in an executive order that a "threat of a potential emergency is imminent" in Alachua County, where the University of Florida is located, noting that prior speaking engagements involving Spencer have sparked protest and violence. The event was Spencer's first public speech on a college campus since he led hundreds of torch-bearing white supremacists, white nationalists and others through the University of Virginia in a far-right rally in August that preceded a weekend of violent protests in Charlottesville.




  • Despite apology, Indonesia asks why U.S. blocked military chief's travel

    Despite apology, Indonesia asks why U.S. blocked military chief's travelBy Kanupriya Kapoor JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia on Monday said it had made "urgent" requests for an explanation why the United States barred its military chief from traveling to the U.S., as anger simmered in the world's largest Muslim-majority country over the diplomatic incident. Armed forces commander General Gatot Nurmantyo was stopped on Saturday from boarding an Emirates flight to the U.S., despite having a visa and an official invitation to a conference from his counterpart, the chairman of the U.S joint chiefs of staff, General Joseph F. Dunford Jr. Foreign minister Retno Marsudi said she had accepted an official apology from the deputy U.S. ambassador in Jakarta, but still awaited a detailed explanation.




  • Iran's regional status has never been stronger: Rouhani

    Iran's regional status has never been stronger: RouhaniPresident Hassan Rouhani said on Monday Iran's position in the Middle East had never been stronger but that the regime was at risk unless infighting between political factions was curbed. "The greatness of the nation of Iran in the region is more than at any other time," Rouhani said in a speech in Tehran, carried by the state broadcaster. Rouhani did not directly respond to comments on Sunday by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who called on Iran-backed militias fighting jihadists in Iraq to "go home".




  • 'Nowhere to hide': North Korean missiles spur anxiety in Japan fishing town

    'Nowhere to hide': North Korean missiles spur anxiety in Japan fishing townBy Malcolm Foster ERIMO, Japan (Reuters) - Ever since North Korea lobbed two missiles far above this windswept fishing town on Japan's northern island of Hokkaido, seaweed farmer Mitsuyo Kawamura says she's been on edge. "Now when I hear a loud sound, I look outside, I look out at the ocean," 68-year-old Kawamura said from her seaside cottage in Erimo, where she lays out long dark strands of kombu seaweed on stones to dry in the sun. "I feel anxious, like I never know when it will come again." As Japan prepares to vote in Sunday's national election, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has called North Korea's escalating threats -- it also conducted a sixth nuclear test last month -- a "national crisis" that only he can lead Japan through.




  • Abe aims at N. Korea after storming to 'super-majority' vote win

    Abe aims at N. Korea after storming to 'super-majority' vote winJapanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged Monday to work with the US, China and Russia to contain North Korea's nuclear threat with "strong, resolute diplomacy", as he "humbly" accepted his landslide victory in a snap election. Fresh from clinching a two-thirds "super-majority" that enables the nationalist premier to realise his dream of revising Japan's pacifist constitution, Abe vowed to forge a "national consensus" on the divisive issue. Addressing reporters on his election win, Abe said he would "confirm close co-operation" on North Korea with Donald Trump when the US president visits Japan next month and then discuss the issue with the Chinese and Russian leaders.




  • Mitch McConnell: Steve Bannon Backs Losers And Is Hurting The GOP

    Mitch McConnell: Steve Bannon Backs Losers And Is Hurting The GOPblasted Steve Bannon in an interview on “Fox News Sunday,” saying the former White House chief strategist backs losing Republican candidates who are dividing and hurting the party.




  • Hopes and fears in Hong Kong, Taiwan amid China's congress

    Hopes and fears in Hong Kong, Taiwan amid China's congressHONG KONG (AP) — It wasn't just the dark-suited delegates in Beijing who were listening intently last week as Chinese President Xi Jinping outlined his grand ambitions to launch a twice-a-decade Communist Party congress.




  • Hikers’ Families Say Deaths Motivated By ‘Compassion’

    Hikers’ Families Say Deaths Motivated By ‘Compassion’The families of a young couple found dead in an embrace believe they died in a murder-suicide motivated by compassion.




  • Tesla to build wholly-owned Shanghai plant: WSJ

    Tesla to build wholly-owned Shanghai plant: WSJTesla has reached an agreement with Shanghai authorities that would make it the first foreign automaker to build its own plant in China, putting it in the driver's seat in the world's biggest electric-vehicle market, the Wall Street Journal reported. The Silicon Valley electric carmaker's wholly-owned manufacturing facility would be built in Shanghai's free-trade zone, the Wall Street Journal said, quoting unnamed sources with knowledge of the deal, and could allow Tesla to dramatically lower the cost of its cars in China. China usually requires foreign automakers to set up joint ventures with local Chinese partners, which involves splitting profits and giving away some technology, though they also avoid import tariffs.




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