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Sunday, July 26, 2015
On the mean and traffic-choked streets of Mexico City, a fearless superhero is fighting to protect the planet from the worst the internal combustion engine can throw at it.
Saturday, July 25, 2015
In a change from 2008, Clinton talking often about race
In her second bid for the presidency, Hillary Rodham Clinton is discussing "systemic racism" and making the issue a hallmark of her campaign, as she looks to connect with the black voters who supported rival Barack Obama in 2008.
A federal judge has ruled that the U.S. Department of Justice's current system of detaining children with their mothers after they've crossed the U.S.-Mexico border violates an 18-year-old court settlement.
The U.S. military shipped live anthrax samples to dozens of facilities in the country and to seven other nations over the past decade, a government report found Thursday, blaming faulty specimen killing and poor testing.
Dozens of countries have agreed to abolish duties on more than 200 technology products -- from advanced computer chips to GPS devices, printer cartridges and video-game consoles.
Oklahoma police responding to an emergency call in which no one spoke found a gruesome scene at a suburban Tulsa home -- five members of a family dead or dying from stabbing and a sixth wounded but alive near the front door.
Food companies would not have to disclose whether their products include genetically modified ingredients under legislation passed by the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday.
Friday, July 24, 2015
Woman who died in jail victim of cop's 'ego': family
A black woman who died in a Texas jail under suspicious circumstances was there only because she hurt the "ego" of an overzealous police officer, her family alleged Wednesday.
Pope Francis will travel to the United States in several weeks, but a new poll Wednesday suggested that his popularity in the country is waning, especially among conservative Catholics.
A U.S. federal grand jury on Wednesday indicted suspected white supremacist Dylann Roof on hate crime and other charges over the June 17 massacre of nine black church-goers in Charleston, South Carolina.
  
  
  
  
  
  
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