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FrameworkBeijing warned the city's 20 million people to prepare for at least another day of smog, and officials closed some factories and ordered government cars off the road as pollution remained at hazardous levels. Visibility was reduced to a few hundred...
The crew members aboard the USS Underwood could see through their night goggles what was happening on the fleeing go-fast boat: Someone was dumping bales. When the Navy guided-missile frigate later dropped anchor in Panamanian waters on that sunny August...
Tags: Colombia, U.S. Congress, FBI, Criminals, Law Enforcement
Do you ever wish for the simple Super Bowl days, the Super Bowls involving gerbils? I'm talking only a few years ago, when the game had nothing to do with deer antler spray and the TV spots didn't involve white Jamaican racial politics and German...
Tags: Bob Marley, Ty, Inc., Celebrities, CNN (tv network), CBS Corp.
ISTANBUL (AP) — Long before al-Qaida, when the Cold War gripped the world, leftist terrorists staged spectacular attacks in a doomed campaign to overthrow governments and impose their vision of a socialist utopia. The bulk of these extremist...
Tags: Suicide, Government, European Union, Turkey, Strikes
Daily American Staff WriterBAKERSVILLE — Cross-country skiing was a life-changing hobby for Andrew Sambol, who is leaving for Pyeongchang, South Korea, Thursday to compete in the Special Olympics. The 33-year-old Somerset man was selected to compete after winning a gold...
Ever wonder what life in the United States would be like without a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency? The people of China have gotten a whiff of what happens when there are minimal pollution controls, and they are choking on it. That the air in...
Tags: Republican Party, Fiction, Heart Attack, Mining, Government
For 50 years the U.S. State Department has been deploying visual art as part of the art of diplomacy, via a program called Art in Embassies. On Friday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will give the U.S. State Department Medal of Arts to five...
Fourteen activists were convicted of subversion Wednesday in Vietnam and sentenced to up to 13 years in prison, in an unusually large case centering on their alleged ties to a banned democracy group. Vietnamese state media reported that the dissidents...
Tags: Crimes, Justice and Rights, Hanoi (Vietnam), Prisons, Activism
Some Republicans aren't giving up on the claim Mitt Romney floated in the second presidential debate: that the Obama administration, for political reasons, downplayed the possibility that the deadly attack on a U.S. facility in Libya in September was a...
WASHINGTON — The State Department was guilty of "systematic failures" in security that made the deadly Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the U.S. mission in Libya possible, a high-level investigative panel concluded in an unflinching examination made...
CNNJerusalem -- A fragile truce between Israel and Hamas appeared to hold Friday despite reports that Israeli troops shot and killed a Palestinian man near its border in Gaza. The soldiers opened fire when farmers were trying to reach their land near...
Tags: Suicide, Vatican City, Health Organizations, West Bank, Bombings
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice says her early account of the attack that killed the U.S. ambassador to Libya and three other Americans in Benghazi was based on the initial intelligence community assessments and was always subject...
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