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13 Sep 11:39pm Updated Foster kids staying in $30 million mansion after Irma
After Hurricane Irma ripped through Florida, 70 foster kids were invited to stay in a $30 million mansion.
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13 Sep 10:21pm Could Russian military exercises be a Trojan horse?
Over the past several months, Western defense ministries and militaries have expressed anxiety over the large-scale Russian military exercise known as "Zapad," or "West," slated to begin in mid-September and to engage virtually every element of Russian forces. In late July, Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges, commander of US Army Europe, warned that NATO allies fear "Zapad 17" could be a Russian "Trojan horse."
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13 Sep 9:47pm 20 top Middle Eastern foods -- which is the best?
Fresh, wholesome, healthy, rich, aromatic -- it's no wonder that the past decade has seen Middle Eastern cuisine's global profile skyrocketing.
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13 Sep 7:33pm US Justice Department declines Senate request to interview FBI officials over Comey firing
Former national security adviser Susan Rice privately told House investigators that she unmasked the identities of senior Trump officials to understand why the crown prince of the United Arab Emirates was in New York late last year, multiple sources told CNN.
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13 Sep 5:34pm Updated A week after Irma, Caribbean devastation is laid bare
Before it hit Florida, Hurricane Irma crashed through the Caribbean, causing catastrophic damage.
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13 Sep 3:54pm Let Hillary Clinton roar
Something very strange is going on in post-mortems about the 2016 election. On the one hand, the hard evidence is piling up that a combination of factors largely outside of Hillary Clinton's control were responsible for her loss to Donald Trump. On the other hand, many apparently don't want Hillary Clinton to talk about any of that.
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13 Sep 3:47pm Hosts of 2024 and 2028 Olympics revealed
After three failed attempts and 12 years after the demoralizing and disheartening loss to the London bid in 2005, Paris has finally been awarded the Olympic Games it has craved.
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13 Sep 3:00pm Updated Congress pushes Trump to condemn white supremacists
Congress is sending a bipartisan joint resolution condemning the Charlottesville violence -- as well as "white nationalists, white supremacists, the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis, and other hate groups"-- to President Donald Trump for his signature.
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13 Sep 2:23pm Updated Authorities evacuate about 115 residents in South Florida after hurricane knocks out air conditioning
At least six nursing home residents have died in Hollywood, Florida, according to a statement by city officials.
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13 Sep 1:50pm Paris and Los Angeles confirmed as hosts of 2024 and 2028 Olympics
After three failed attempts and 12 years after the demoralizing and disheartening loss to the London bid in 2005, Paris has finally been awarded the Olympic Games it has craved.
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13 Sep 1:38pm Chainsaw-wielding nun clears debris after Irma
An off-duty police officer captured this video of Sister Margaret Ann taking matters into her own hands when a fallen tree blocked a road in her community.
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13 Sep 1:15pm Updated Caribbean residents describe dire situation as food, water run out
A week after Hurricane Irma struck a string of Caribbean islands, some residents find themselves in darkness, as power remains out and increasingly worried as food and water run scarce.
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13 Sep 12:41pm Updated Juncker pulls Europe away from Brexit Britain
Jean-Claude Juncker has likely been studying his Rahm Emanuel. He's taken to heart the American political strategist's lesson: never let a good crisis go to waste.
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13 Sep 11:20am Updated Under-fire Suu Kyi to skip world leaders meet amid growing Rohingya crisis
Myanmar's de facto leader, State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, has canceled a trip to the United Nations in September amid a spiraling crisis inside the country's Rakhine state.
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13 Sep 11:04am Nobel winners demand UN action on Rohingya crisis
Twelve Nobel Prize laureates have written an open letter to the UN Security Council urging it to intervene in the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar.
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13 Sep 9:32am Model Teddy Quinlivan comes out as transgender
As the fashion industry bows to pressure to become more progressive with its casting choices, a new generation of models from all backgrounds, cultures, genders and sexualities has taken to the runways. The transgender community -- for so long underrepresented in fashion -- can today count several fashion superstars in its ranks, namely Gucci muse Hari Nef and fashion week stalwart Andreja Pejić.
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13 Sep 9:21am Blast at Kabul cricket stadium kills 3 people
A suicide bombing killed a policeman and two civilians outside a cricket stadium in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Wednesday afternoon.
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13 Sep 9:08am F1: Bottas signs new Mercedes deal
Valtteri Bottas has been rewarded with a one-year contract extension for his excellent start to life as a Mercedes driver.
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13 Sep 8:22am Tree narrowly misses falling on moving car
A tree fell in front of a Georgia woman's car while she was evacuating during Tropical Storm Irma.
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13 Sep 7:20am Liam Neeson hanging up his gun from action films
The question now is what will Liam Neeson do with his "very particular set of skills"?
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13 Sep 4:29am Updated Aung San Suu Kyi cancels trip to UN amid growing Rohingya crisis
Myanmar's de facto leader, State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, has canceled a trip to the United Nations in September amid a spiraling crisis inside the country's Rakhine state.
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13 Sep 4:28am Updated Actress awarded $3.6M in defamation case
Australian actress Rebel Wilson has been awarded $3.6 million ($4.5 million Australian) by an Australian court after it found a popular magazine guilty of defamation.
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13 Sep 2:07am Boy and parents fall into volcanic crater
An 11-year-old boy died after he fell into a volcanic crater in Italy and his parents also died when they tried to help him, police said.
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13 Sep 12:26am European leaders arrive in Caribbean as aid effort ramps up
The Caribbean islands struck first by Hurricane Irma face a daunting cleanup in the wake of the monster storm, amid reports of looting and shortages of food and fuel.
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