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Key ISIS spokesman killed in Syria, group says
Chicago police move to fire officers in Laquan McDonald shooting
'Strong signal' sparks alien speculation
Could signal be from an advanced civilization?
'Blankets' designed for space keep refugees warm
The surprising backstory behind Kaepernick's protest
$360M US Navy combat ships damaged
Europe hits Apple with $14.6B tax bill
Opinion: Why Apple's loss is the world's gain
US general: ISIS forces defied orders to fight to the death
Lightning kills over 300 reindeer in Norway
Governor considering resigning after voicemail
China's 'Jack the Ripper' caught
FBI to release report on Clinton email investigation
Patrolling the world's deadliest migration route
SpaceX to launch recycled rocket for first time
The private space company has been determined to master landing its rockets after launch so they can be reused later -- rather than just discarding them after a mission. SpaceX has succeeded in landing five rockets since December 2015, and CEO Elon Musk said earlier this year that he's ready to put one of them back in space.Tue, 30 Aug 2016 20:14:54 GMT
Student killed in fight at Cornell
Turkey targets Kurdish forces in Syria
The shocking numbers behind Chicago's violence
What's driving the shootings in 'Chi-raq'?
Two numbers that tell the story of the migrant crisis
Orlando Pulse 911 caller: 'Gunshots were just going like crazy'
5 days old and lost at sea
Nearly 10,000 workers sue Chipotle for unpaid wages
Kaine asks if Trump would stand up to Russian cyberattack
From terrorist to university expert
George Washington University has hired a former Islamic extremist to work at its center on homeland security -- a man who once denounced the United States and made threats against the creators of the TV series "South Park" for depicting the Prophet Muhammad in a bear suit.Tue, 30 Aug 2016 21:25:49 GMT
NJ Gov. Christie vetoes $15 minimum wage
Selena Gomez taking time off for health
Obama shortens more than 100 prison sentences
Gene Wilder and Gilda Radner: 'My heart fluttered'
Wilder's request for Wonka role
Spike Lee blasts Trump
Big tropical storms threatening Southeast US, Hawaii
Cops pepper-spray 84-year-old woman
US commercial flights take off for Cuba after more than half-century
Uber snags Target exec Jeff Jones
Zika may be the world's newest STD
Social media blasts Anthony Weiner
What's streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu in September
John Lennon's killer denied parole
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plague
Zach Braff to star in pilot about a podcast startup
Woman dials for help at Chris Brown's home
Is 2016 the year of celebrity deaths?
What aliens just wouldn't get about the human race
Could we have finally made contact with a far-away alien civilization? Probably not, but astronomers engaged in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) have picked up a "strong" signal about 64 light years away. Best-case sci-fi scenario, the signal is from an advanced extraterrestrial race. Worst case, it's just an anomaly.Tue, 30 Aug 2016 21:01:12 GMT
Police officers shoot teen during chase
Truck bomb explodes near presidential palace
'Planet Nine' at solar system's edge?
New 'Dancing With the Stars' cast is...
Stanford rape case inspires new law
What a shot! 30 amazing sports photos
Trump backer apologizes for Clinton blackface tweet
Abedin furious after new sexting allegations
Is Iceland's largest volcano about to erupt?
Woman trapped in car after fiery pileup
French mayor on burkini ban: Accept our way of life
McCain, Rubio, Wasserman Schultz face primary tests
Couple married for 52 years sports matching outfits
Bus crash kills 2; driver in US illegally
Opinion: Trump is risk we can't take
Tony Stewart calls Colin Kaepernick an 'idiot'
Watch this tot's dramatic rendition of the ABCs
Opinion: Kaepernick is bravely speaking truth to power
Doctors making money from tests you don't need?
Some doctors may be milking their better-insured patients. When looking at 2013 insurance claims from nearly 1.5 million adults with commercial insurance, researchers found that just under 8% of people had received "low-value services," with the research defined as providing little value to patients, given all the costs and alternatives.Tue, 30 Aug 2016 21:07:58 GMT
EpiPen maker is new symbol of greed
43 best red carpet looks from MTV VMAs
Escaped teen asks for better mugshot
Mixed news for apnea machine users
Mother Teresa: How hard is it to become a saint?
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