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  • John Dowd Resigns As Trump's Lead Lawyer In Russia Probe news

    John Dowd resigned Thursday as President Donald Trump's lead attorney assigned

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 11:37:11 -0400
  • Austin Bomber's Recording Says He's Not Sorry, May Be A 'Psychopath' news

    The Texas man suspected of creating a series of bombs that terrorized the

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 22:15:00 -0400
  • Surveillance video shows Vegas gunman methodically bringing suitcases of weapons to hotel room news

    In the week before the Las Vegas mass shooting, Stephen Paddock brought at least 21 suitcases to his room at the Mandalay Bay hotel as he gradually amassed 23 guns and thousands of rounds of ammo.

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 11:59:40 -0400
  • 13 Most Reliable Cars On The Road

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    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 12:56:20 -0400
  • Man dies after reclining movie theater seat closes on his head news

    A man in Birmingham, England, died after he reportedly got his head trapped in

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 10:20:42 -0400
  • Former Mormon Missionary Center Leader Accused Of Sexual Assault news

    Years-old sexual abuse allegations against a former Mormon missionary leader

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 19:07:37 -0400
  • Lone Nigerian captive refused to convert for Boko Haram news

    LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — The mother of the only Nigerian schoolgirl still in Boko Haram captivity after the extremists released 104 classmates said Thursday her daughter was blocked from boarding the vehicle to freedom and told to convert to Islam.

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 16:04:41 -0400
  • Exclusive: U.S. warship sails near disputed South China Sea island, officials say news

    By Idrees Ali and Ben Blanchard WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - A U.S. Navy destroyer carried out a "freedom of navigation" operation on Friday, coming within 12 nautical miles of an artificial island built by China in the South China Sea, U.S. officials told Reuters. The operation, which infuriated Beijing, was the latest attempt to counter what Washington sees as China’s efforts to limit freedom of navigation in the strategic waters. China has territorial disputes with its neighbors over the area.

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:07:32 -0400
  • Police officers save life of choking baby in body camera footage news

    A police body camera captured the moment two officers saved the life of a two-month-old girl who was choking on milk. Officers Ryan Sidders and Alex Oklander rushed to help the baby, who had stopped breathing, after noticing her mother in distress at the roadside in Ohio. In the footage, Mr Oklander is seen pulling the baby out of her car seat as his partner is heard saying “she’s choking”.

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 09:01:28 -0400
  • Bolton expected to shake up Trump’s National Security Council news

    Donald Trump is replacing H.R. McMaster with John Bolton as his national security adviser. Bolton will have plenty on his desk, including North Korea, Russia and Iran. He’s also expected to shake up Trump’s National Security Council.

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:36:22 -0400
  • Spending Bill Would Prevent Employers From Pocketing Workers' Tips news

    WASHINGTON ― Tucked into the $1.3 trillion spending bill unveiled by

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 12:07:31 -0400
  • The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is up to 16 times more massive than thought news

    The Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GPGP), a massive area of floating plastic debris that is more than twice the size of Texas, contains about 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic. This is between 4 and 16 times the mass of plastic that scientists previously estimated.  What's worse is that the amount of plastic within this area is growing "exponentially," according to a comprehensive three-year-long study using 30 vessels and a high-tech reconnaissance aircraft.  The study, published Thursday in the journal Scientific Reports, provides a detailed analysis of the size and types of plastic caught up in the Garbage Patch, which occupies about 1.6 million square kilometers, or 617,763 square miles, between Hawaii and California.  SEE ALSO: A floating 'island of trash' has surfaced in the Caribbean The GPGP is just one of five ocean garbage patches that have developed around the world as people use more and more plastic, which is not biodegradable and is used for everything from water bottles to shipping crates. A fleet of 30 vessels, each dragging nets behind them to scoop up pieces of plastic, gathered 1.2 million samples. Scientists from The Ocean Cleanup Foundation in the Netherlands, as well as six universities and an aviation sensor company, used the samples they'd gathered to build a model of how plastic is transported in and out of the GPGP.  The study estimates that the approximately1.8 trillion pieces of plastic within the GPGP weighs about 80,000 metric tons. Another unexpected finding: Most of this mass — 92 percent — is composed of large plastic debris, such as crates and bottles, while just 8 percent or so of the mass is made up of microplastics, pieces smaller than 5 millimeters in size.  Modeled mass concentration of plastic in the Great Pacific Garbage PatchImage: THE OCEAN CLEANUP FOUNDATION/lebreton et. al. scientific reports."We were surprised by the amount of large plastic objects we encountered," said Julia Reisser, chief scientist of the expeditions, who works for The Ocean Cleanup Foundation, in a press release.  At least 46 percent of the mass was composed of ghostnets, or fishing nets drifting at sea, unmoored from the ships that once towed them, the study found.  “There’s a lot more plastic out there than thought,” said Boyan Slat, a co-author of the study and founder of The Ocean Cleanup Foundation, in an interview. Unlike earlier studies, which focused on collecting small pieces of plastic within a smaller area of the GPGP, this one attempted to capture the full range of debris floating in the GPGP. The armada of research ships used small nets to catch the small pieces, large ones to wrangle the medium-to-large pieces, and a C-130 Hercules aircraft equipped with LIDAR equipment in order to detect "these mega-pieces” of larger than 1 meter, Slat said.  Using their transport model, the researchers pointed to Asia as a main source of plastic pollution for the GPGP, particularly Japan and China, though plastics from North America contribute to it as well. Plastics that get routed into the Garbage Patch by winds and ocean currents are likely to be permanently trapped there, in a zone of little wind and devoid of weather systems that would break up and disperse the debris. Eventually, some of the surface plastic does sink to the ocean bottom, where it can endanger marine life.  A styrofoam buoy collected during the 2015 ocean surveyImage: the ocean Cleanup Foundation.The researchers used an "apples to apples" comparison of small plastic pieces, dating back to 1970, to analyze their mass estimates against previous studies, Slat said. The conclusion was inescapable: There is more and more plastic being added to the Garbage Patch each year, with far less plastic escaping, to the point where it's undergoing exponential growth.  This May, scientists and engineers affiliated with The Ocean Project plan to test out technology to clean up plastic from the sea, using a vessel off the California coast. The eventual plan is for the group to reduce plastic pollution by cleaning up the GPGP and similar areas of plastics around the world.  The nearly $40 million initiative relies on private funding; since 2013, they'd been raising funds using crowdfunding. Now, according to Slat, the group relies on a group of anonymous philanthropists, split about equally between Silicon Valley and Europe. One prominent investor is Marc Benioff, the founder and CEO of Salesforce, Slat said.  “We need to understand how much plastic is out there so that we can clean it up,” Slat said. The goal is to have the first plastic from the Garbage Patch recovered and back in port before the end of this year, Slat said. On its website, the foundation says its goal is to clean up 50 percent of the GPGP recovered within five years of deployment. WATCH: 'Supercolony' of 1.5m penguins discovered in Antarctica

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 16:30:57 -0400
  • Retired 4-Star General: 'Simply Outrageous' That Jared Kushner Represents America news

    Retired four-star Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey did not mince his words on

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 05:35:54 -0400
  • These are the world's best airports of 2018 news

    With sunflower and butterfly gardens, rooftop swimming pool, free foot massages, and a newly introduced fully automated check-in and boarding process, Singapore's Changi Airport has nabbed the title of world's best airport for the sixth year in a row. 

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 06:53:58 -0400
  • The Latest:Grand jury: Kansas waterslide was "deadly weapon" news

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Latest on charges filed in the death of a 10-year-old boy on a waterslide at a Kansas waterpark (all times local):

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 18:10:17 -0400
  • Smoky condo fire in Vietnam kills at least 13, injures 28 news

    HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — Residents startled awake by loud noise and smoke signaled for help with lit mobile phones and crawled onto cranes from their balconies to escape a fire Friday at a large condominium complex in southern Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City. At least 13 people were killed and 28 injured, with police saying it was unclear if anyone was missing.

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 04:34:46 -0400
  • Roseanne Barr’s outburst on ‘Kimmel’ wins cheers news

    “I’ve always liked Roseanne, she holds nothing back.” “Finally someone on a talk show with a dissenting opinion.” After her headline-making appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Rosie’s got Newsroom commenters talking — and applauding. Things got a bit awkward during the Thursday appearance. Barr, who voted for President Trump (and makes no apologies), shut down the late-night host after he questioned her political views. A defiant Roseanne replied: “A lot of us, no matter who we voted for, we don’t want to see our president fail.” Then came the bleeps: “Because we don’t want [Mike] Pence! Are you f***ing kidding me? You want Pence? You want Pence for the freaking president? Well, then, zip that f***ing lip.” Newsroom has her back. See the video above for more responses. Kimmel and Barr’s little debate ended with some laughs, and the two agreeing to disagree. What do you think of Roseanne Barr’s outburst? Join the conversation in Newsroom.

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 17:02:14 -0400
  • Protests Shut Down Sacramento Kings Game, Freeways Over Stephon Clark's Death news

    Outraged over the latest police shooting of an unarmed black man, hundreds of

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 00:49:40 -0400
  • GOP lawmaker knocks Trump for Putin call but refuses to distance himself from president news

    A top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee chastised President Trump for congratulating Russian President Vladimir Putin on his reelection — but then refused to distance himself from Trump.

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 09:52:04 -0400
  • Fort Standard's Terrazzo Planters and Other Top Picks from the AD Design Show

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    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 14:42:08 -0400
  • If The Law Says Scott Walker Has To Call Early Elections, The GOP Will Rewrite It news

    A day after a judge said Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) was violating state

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 18:21:26 -0400
  • Poles demonstrate against tightening abortion law news

    Thousands in Poland demonstrate against government's new effort to restrict access to procedures. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 14:46:33 -0400
  • Mark Zuckerberg Says He May Never Be 'The Right Person' To Testify Before Congress news

    When will Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg agree to answer questions

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 15:09:59 -0400
  • Iowa family of four found dead in Mexico news

    The bodies of Kevin Sharp, 41, his 38-year-old wife Amy, and their children Sterling, 12, and Adrianna, 7, of Creston, Iowa, were discovered by authorities in Akumal, Mexico, the Iowa city's police department said in a statement. Akumal, a small coastal resort on the Yucatan Peninsula about an hour south of Cancun in the Riviera Maya, is known for its white sand beaches and warm-water bay. Ashli Peterson, a relative, posted on Facebook on Thursday night that the family was not on their scheduled Wednesday flight from Cancun to St. Louis, Missouri.

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 18:59:14 -0400
  • 911 calls: Police fast on scene of Florida bridge collapse news

    MIAMI (AP) — Police and rescue workers arrived at the scene of a pedestrian bridge collapse near a Florida university campus even before witnesses could finish making 911 calls for help, according to audio files released Thursday.

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 22:37:41 -0400
  • In court, oil company admits reality of human-caused global warming, denies guilt news

    On Thursday, in a packed federal courthouse in San Francisco, U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup donned a space-themed tie and listened as scientists and lawyers formally presented the fundamentals of climate science. The hearing, dubbed a "tutorial" by Judge Alsup, marked the first time a judge has ever asked for and heard a presentation of climate science for the purposes of deciding a court case. The case Alsup is presiding over involves several fossil fuel companies and two major cities — San Francisco and Oakland. The cities are suing the world's oil giants — Chevron, BP, Shell, and others — for extracting and selling fuels that the companies knew would stoke climate change and sea level rise.  Adapting to these changes requires massive infrastructure undertakings, such as building formidable concrete sea walls, and the coastal cities want Big Oil to pay. SEE ALSO: What you learn by giving 200 Senate speeches on climate change Judge Alsup gave each side two hours to present charts, data, and research on both the history of climate science and "the best science now available on global warming, glacier melt, sea rise, and coastal flooding."  Although Alsup made clear from the outset that the event was not a trial of climate science — but a climate lesson for himself — the evidence provided likely foreshadows the arguments both sides will make during the actual trial. While admitting the reality of human-caused global warming, lawyers for Chevron (the other oil giants have two weeks to tell Alsup if they agree with Chevron's science presentation) presented outdated science and repeatedly emphasized uncertainties about how fossil fuel emissions will affect global warming. They also presented climate change as a global problem requiring a global solution, foreshadowing a defense strategy of arguing that no single company should be held liable for climate change-related damages. "Oil companies basically went from a climate deniers playbook," said Kassie Siegel, director of the Climate Law Institute , in an interview . "They overemphasized and overstated really narrow issues of uncertainty about the effects of global warming." Glad I got here early! Big crowd for climate science hearing in SF today #ClimateTrial — Amy Westervelt (@amywestervelt) March 21, 2018 For instance, the oil companies' lawyer, Ted Boutrous, cited a U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report from 1990, which stated that the observed increase in global temperature could just be due to natural shifts in the planet's climate.  Nearly three decades have since passed, however, and confidence has grown about tying increasing temperatures to fossil fuel burning. A federal climate report published in late 2017, for example, found that there is no natural explanation for recent global warming.  "This assessment concludes, based on extensive evidence, that it is extremely likely that human activities, especially emissions of greenhouse gases, are the dominant cause of the observed warming since the mid-20th century," the report said. "For the warming over the last century, there is no convincing alternative explanation supported by the extent of the observational evidence." As Don Wuebbles, a former White House climate science advisor and atmospheric scientist, said during the tutorial, 17 of the last 18 years have been the warmest years on record. The instrumental climate record began in the late 1800s, although researchers have far longer climate timelines gleaned from tree rings, ice cores, and other so-called "proxy" sources. While three climate scientists presented climate science basics for the plaintiffs, the defendants relied exclusively upon Boutrous, who has previously defended both Walmart and the Standard Fire Insurance Company before the U.S. Supreme Court, to inform the judge about the nuances of climate science. "I don’t know if Ted Boutrous has a background in climate science, but he has a background in spin," Siegel said. Alsup grilling Chevron on rate of change of sea level rise. Chevron says sea level has been rising for centuries, nothing new. Plaintiffs’ experts presented evidence that it’s dramatically increased in recent years, fueled by climate change. #ClimateTutorial @ClimateLawNews — Amy Westervelt (@amywestervelt) March 21, 2018 Chevron and the other oil companies may have a difficult time finding scientists who will, in a federal court, make scientific statements about climate change that oil companies find agreeable. "The oil companies are now in a real pickle," said Siegel, noting that climate scientists have previously made false or misleading statements on behalf of oil companies. Publicly, most of these companies now admit that climate change is occurring, even if they continue to sell more oil and gas that contributes to the problem.  "It's a lot harder to lie to the court under penalty of perjury," said Siegel. Richard Wiles, Executive Director of the Center for Climate Integrity, agrees. "The fact that Chevron’s lawyer, rather than an actual climate scientist, provided the court with its version of climate history suggests that the industry could not find a scientist willing to carry its water," Wiles said in a statement.  NASA satellite data observations showing sea level rise from 1993 to the present.Image: nasaOnly scientists, however, presented evidence for the plaintiffs. Along with Wuebbles, geoscientist Myles Allen, who leads Oxford University's Climate Dynamics Group, and Gary Griggs, a professor of earth sciences at University of California at Santa Cruz, presented climate science information to Alsup.  Griggs noted that significant sea level rise has been measured just miles from the courthouse near the San Francisco shore, and Allen delivered quotes from Svante Arrhenius, a scientist who in 1895 noted that carbon dioxide emissions could have a warming effect on the Earth. As for what comes next, the oil companies have filed a motion asking Alsup to dismiss the case. If this were to happen, there would be no trial, said Michael Burger, executive director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University, via email.  But if things proceed, the next step will likely be discovery, wherein plaintiffs and defendants exchange information that will be used as evidence in the trial. During the past few years, as climate change-related litigation has increased, oil companies have gone to great lengths to avoid the discovery process, since it could reveal what oil companies knew about climate change, when they knew it, and what they told the public and their shareholders about it. The tutorial event may have been unprecedented, but the case is just one of many current lawsuits against oil companies. Across the country, New York City is also suing the same oil companies for damage caused by human-caused climate change.  “Taxpayers around the country should ask themselves whether they want to foot the bill for climate impacts that scientists now attribute directly to the oil and gas industry or demand that polluters pay for the damages they’ve caused," Wiles said. WATCH: 'Supercolony' of 1.5m penguins discovered in Antarctica  

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 11:10:38 -0400
  • Here Are 6 Of John Bolton's Most Belligerent Op-Eds In Recent Years news

    President Donald Trump named John Bolton, the former U.S. ambassador to the

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 22:24:13 -0400
  • Think twice about tariffs, President Trump. Cheap imports keep your voters afloat. news

    To the extent that Trump’s tariffs jack up prices on imports at the big retailers, we’re not just talking about an impact on household budgets. We’re also pulling at one of the few remaining threads that may be keeping our society from spinning apart.

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 05:00:13 -0400
  • Charles Lazarus, Founder of Toys R Us, Dies at 94 news

    Charles Lazarus opened what would become the first Toys R Us store in 1948.

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 15:04:17 -0400
  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Scolds His Own Party For Trying To Impeach Justices news

    The chief justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, a Republican, spoke out

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 16:31:01 -0400
  • Miccosukee tribe seizes non-native dad's newborn in hospital news

    MIAMI (AP) — A tribal court for a sovereign Indian nation in Florida ordered the return of an infant Thursday that was taken from her parents, a Miccosukee mother and a white father, at a Miami-area hospital.

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 20:04:29 -0400
  • Jim Carrey Appears To Shred Jared Kushner In Biting New Portrait news

    Jim Carrey has returned to Twitter with yet another politically-charged

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 06:14:22 -0400
  • U.N. rights experts urge China to provide care for rights lawyer news

    United Nations experts called on China on Friday to provide medical care to Jiang Tianyong, a prominent human rights lawyer jailed for inciting "subversion", amid reports of his deteriorating health. In a rare joint statement on China, six independent human rights experts voiced deep concern at the condition of Jiang, sentenced to two years jail last November after being found guilty of inciting subversion of state power.

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 05:34:04 -0400
  • Expert: No sign of foul play in US youth's death in Bermuda news

    HAMILTON, Bermuda (AP) — A U.S. student who died while visiting Bermuda for a rugby tournament died from an apparent fall and there are no signs of any foul play, police and a forensic expert said Thursday.

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 18:04:42 -0400
  • Petersen Automotive Museum to host ‘Outlaw’ Porsche Panel news

    Celebrating all things underground Porsche culture with a new 'Outlaw' panel, the Petersen Automotive museum will host craftsmen and icons from the Porsche Hot Rod world during an exclusive event

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 17:08:13 -0400
  • In photos: Damien Hirst unveils 'Colour Space' paintings in UK

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    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 11:18:15 -0400
  • U.S. Drops Charges Against Turkish Security Accused Of Attacking American Demonstrators news

    The U.S. has dropped criminal charges against nearly all of the Turkish

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 20:58:35 -0400
  • Mom accused of making baby smoke pot appears in court news

    A mother in Raleigh, North Carolina, accused of making her baby smoke marijuana, appeared in court on Thursday. Nathan Frandino reports.

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 18:39:01 -0400
  • After Years Of Deficit Doomsaying, Republicans Go On Massive Spending Spree news

    WASHINGTON ― Republicans are learning to love deficits and debt again, now

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 13:04:16 -0400
  • British police officer leaves hospital after Russian spy poisoning news

    The British police officer exposed to a nerve agent was discharged from hospital Thursday, as an English judge ruled blood samples can be taken from the ex-Russian spy targeted in the attack for testing by international investigators. Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey left hospital in Salisbury, southwestern England, following several weeks of treatment after coming into contact with the chemical substance used on Sergei Skripal and his daughter on March 4. "There are really no words to explain how I feel right now," Bailey said in a statement read out by local police.

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 05:07:52 -0400
  • Author of "The Dictator Pope" suspended as Knight of Malta news

    VATICAN CITY (AP) — The author of a highly critical book about Pope Francis, entitled "The Dictator Pope," has been suspended by the Knights of Malta lay religious order.

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 16:54:31 -0400
  • Venezuela oil workers clash with security officials in PDVSA cafeteria protest news

    By Alexandra Ulmer and Deisy Buitrago CARACAS (Reuters) - Angry Venezuelan oil workers demanding better benefits to counter crushing hyperinflation and food shortages clashed with security officials during a rare protest in the cafeteria of state oil company PDVSA's headquarters on Friday. Venezuela is home to the world's largest crude reserves but its creaking state-led economic model has all but collapsed, sparking four-digit inflation and long lines for everything from milk to medicines. Many struggling oil workers have kept mum for fear of losing their jobs and health insurance as President Nicolas Maduro's government takes an increasingly tough line on dissent.

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 15:31:53 -0400
  • The Latest: Protest decries police shooting of unarmed man news

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man (all times local):

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 19:44:46 -0400
  • 2019 VW Touareg Adds Tech And Luxury While Slashing Weight news

    The most technologically advanced Volkswagen has arrived, complete with a 15-inch touchscreen.

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 05:26:18 -0400
  • How To Cook A Precooked Ham news

    If an Easter ham is the crowning glory of your table every spring, it may be

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 05:45:52 -0400
  • Trump Threatens To Veto Spending Bill Over Border Wall Funding, Then Signs It news

    WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump on Friday said he might veto the

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 09:10:56 -0400
  • Royal Caribbean picks up world's largest cruise ship news

    French shipbuilder STX handed over the world's biggest cruiseliner, the Symphony of the Seas, to US giant Royal Caribbean International on Friday ahead of its maiden voyage in the Mediterranean. The ship, which weighs 228,000 tonnes, is at 362 metres (1,188 feet) long just 20 metres shy of the length of the Empire State Building. It is marginally bigger than its sister ship, the Harmony of the Seas, which STX France delivered to Royal Caribbean in 2016.

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 13:09:42 -0400
  • The Kris Kobach Voter Fraud Trial Was About Much More Than Kris Kobach news

    Since the year 2000, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) has found 129

    Fri, 23 Mar 2018 11:57:47 -0400
  • Gaza bomb suspect, two Hamas security officers killed in raid news

    The man Hamas called the main suspect in a bomb attack against the Palestinian prime minister in Gaza was killed in an arrest raid on Thursday that also left two members of the Islamist movement's security forces dead. One of chief suspect Anas Abu Koussa's alleged accomplices in last week's attack was also killed in the raid, according to Hamas. The raid came after Hamas, which runs the Gaza Strip, launched a manhunt to search for the perpetrators of a roadside bomb that left prime minister Rami Hamdallah unhurt on March 13.

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 13:25:40 -0400
  • Mercury Is Entering Retrograde Again. This Is Why So Many People Care news

    Apparent retrograde motion of planets has been seen for centuries, but there's a reason more people have started to care in recent years

    Thu, 22 Mar 2018 09:00:24 -0400
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