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  • Immigrant Dads Say ICE Separated Them From Their Kids Again With No Explanation

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    Sixteen migrant fathers who had previously been separated from and then

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 18:00:41 -0400
  • Trump says he may revoke another security clearance 'very quickly'

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    President Trump on Friday suggested that he is close to revoking the security clearance of a current Justice Department employee who had been in contact with author of the controversial dossier alleging ties between Trump and Russia.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 12:20:17 -0400
  • Body language expert analyzes Christopher Watts' behavior before arrest in deaths of wife, kids

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    A body language expert has weighed in on the demeanor of Christopher Watts as

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 12:32:12 -0400
  • Thousands Stranded Amid Kerala Floods

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    Thousands of stranded people were waiting for rescue Saturday and officials pleaded for more help as relentless monsoon floods battered the south Indian state of Kerala, where more than 190 have died. (Aug. 18)

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 11:25:47 -0400
  • Alex Jones Destroyed Evidence In Sandy Hook Defamation Cases, Motion Says

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    Alex Jones, the conspiracy theory-peddling host of Infowars, deleted evidence

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 17:43:15 -0400
  • How Kofi Annan Once Reacted To Being Mistaken For Morgan Freeman

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    With the passing of former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan,

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 14:01:47 -0400
  • Netanyahu questioned again over alleged graft

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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went through a new round of questioning on Friday, police said, amid graft allegations that have threatened to topple him. The premier was questioned at his official residence in the context of investigations by the national economic crimes unit, a police statement in Hebrew said. Investigators arrived at the premier's Jerusalem residence in the morning to interview him over allegations of corruption involving local telecoms giant Bezeq and its largest shareholder, Shaul Elovitch, according to Israeli media reports.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 14:28:32 -0400
  • Google Is Launching Some Swanky New Smart Speakers With Display This Year

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    The smart speaker wars are heating up.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 12:59:00 -0400
  • Venezuelans flee economic crisis at home

    The Pentagon is preparing to dispatch a hospital ship to Colombia and possibly other parts of South America to help relieve strain on health care systems overloaded by an influx of hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans. An estimated 2.3 million Venezuelans have fled the crisis-torn country as of June, mainly to Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Brazil.

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 12:55:22 -0400
  • Elon Musk Unloads On 'Excruciating' Year As Tesla Stock Drops

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    Anyone can see that Elon Musk has been having a rough year.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 12:02:29 -0400
  • Omarosa Manigault Newman has President Trump unhinged

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    The release of "Unhinged: An Insider Account of the Trump White House" and the secret recordings made by its author, Omarosa Manigault Newman, get under the president's skin.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 13:06:18 -0400
  • Bodies of missing Colorado girls allegedly killed by dad found in oil and gas tanks: report

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    The bodies of two missing Colorado girls who disappeared along with their

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 10:10:44 -0400
  • Deadly, 40,000-foot fire tornado revealed in new videos

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    Harrowing new footage released by California's firefighting agency Cal Fire reveals the massive fire tornado that led to the death of a firefighter on July 26. The fire tornado was part of the Carr Fire that's engulfed 223,610 acres of land in Northern California so far. A report from Cal Fire breaks down the details surrounding the fiery phenomenon. SEE ALSO: A fire tornado hit California. Here's how it happened. Per the report, the tornado "was a large rotating fire plume that was roughly 1,000 feet in diameter at its base" and managed to reach a height of 40,000 feet.  In late July, we covered news of a fire tornado in the area on the evening of July 26. It's unclear whether the fire tornado in the report is the same as the one that garnered media attention at the time, according to Cal Fire.  "Observations from witnesses and other evidence suggest that either several fire tornados occurred at different locations and times, or one fire tornado formed and then periodically weakened and strengthened causing several separate damage areas," the report says. Fire tornados can happen when extreme heat spins up from the ground. As Mashable's Mark Kaufman explained at the time: Firefighters captured the disturbing video above from a helicopter, as well as footage taken from a fire engine, and from the Keswick Dam on the Sacramento River.  The Carr Fire continues to ravage parts of Shasta County and Trinity County. It is 77 percent contained, and other fires continue to rage in Northern California and other areas These fires are spurred on by extreme heat and dryness in the region. While human-caused climate change isn't necessarily the direct cause of any single weather event, like these fires, it can make extreme weather more likely now and in the future. WATCH: Scientists made an awesome error that could save our planet from plastic hell

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 11:11:00 -0400
  • Lockheed Martin's #WorldPhotoDay Tweet Backfires

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    Lockheed Martin wanted to turn World Photo Day into a publicity stunt, but

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 22:22:57 -0400
  • Taiwan's president lauds Belize amid dwindling support

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    Before a joint session of Congress and Prime Minister Dean Barrow, Tsai said, "At a time of great political pressure against Taiwan's international space, you have spoken for the rights and obligations of Taiwan as a member of the international community." Belize is one of 18 countries that still recognize Taiwan. Belize receives financial aid from Taiwan for scholarships, agriculture and healthcare.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 20:02:20 -0400
  • Flood rescue stepped up as more torrential rain batters Kerala

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    Rescuers in helicopters and boats fought through renewed torrential rain Saturday to reach stranded villages in India's Kerala state as the toll from the worst monsoon floods in a century rose above 320 dead. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi described the crisis as "devastating" after visiting Kerala. Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan announced late Friday that the monsoon death toll had dramatically risen to 324.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 20:24:16 -0400
  • 7 Family Members Killed in Horrendous Crash in Oregon

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    The Oregon family was on its way to a Vegas vacation when their SUV was hit head-on.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 16:30:14 -0400
  • Officials Defend Plan To Close Almost All Polling Places In Majority Black Georgia County

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    Election officials in a rural southwest Georgia county are defending a plan to

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 15:51:06 -0400
  • Italian government gives Genoa bridge company 15 days to prove it maintained collapsed structure

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    The Italian government has issued an ultimatum to the company in charge of the motorway bridge that collapsed with the loss of nearly 40 lives, giving it 15 days to demonstrate that it maintained the structure properly. The transport ministry demanded that Autostrade per l’Italia show that it had previously met all its contractual obligations to ensure the proper functioning of the Morandi bridge. Should the company’s response prove inadequate, the government will judge it to be in breach of the terms of its concession to run the toll-road. The lucrative concession would then be withdrawn from Autostrade, part of the holding company Atlantia, which is controlled by the Benetton fashion empire. The coalition government has adopted an aggressive stance towards the company, blaming it for the collapse of the bridge, which has so far claimed the lives of 38 people and injured 15 others, nine of them critically. The bridge gave way during an intense thunderstorm on Tuesday, plunging around 50 vehicles to the ground, where they were crushed by giant slabs of concrete and steel girders. Between 10 and 20 people are still missing. The transport ministry is demanding that the company commit to rebuilding the bridge at its own expense and within a set period of time. It also called on the company to pay to rebuild apartment blocks that will have to be demolished and to repair damaged buildings beneath the 51-year-old bridge. Matteo Salvini, the interior minister, said he expects Atlantia to donate up to €500 million to help families and local government  Credit:  PIERO CRUCIATTI/AFP Matteo Salvini, the interior minister, said he expects Atlantia to donate up to €500 million to help families and local government deal with the aftermath of the disaster. “I will listen to the directors of Autostrade per l’Italia but I expect to see concrete gestures (from the company) immediately,” Mr Salvini said. “Genoa cannot wait and the injured cannot wait. While the lawyers and the investigators do their job, we are doing all we can to obtain from Autostrade all that is possible for the relatives of victims, the injured, the people made homeless and the city of Genoa. “As for concessions and penalties, we can talk about those from next week onwards.” Luigi Di Maio, the head of the Five Star Movement and Mr Salvini’s partner in the populist coalition, said he was determined that the company’s right to manage the toll road would be revoked. “Not only will we use the law to revoke the concession, but we’ll also apply a fine of €150 million. If they want to fight it, we’ll see them in court,” he said. The Italian state might have to step in and run the motorway, along with others managed by Autostrade per l’Italia, he said.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 05:28:10 -0400
  • The secret Soviet organization that explains what Russia is doing today

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    Russian attempts to dupe, confuse or weaken the West date back at least to the early decades of the 20th century. An outfit called the Cheka charted a course that’s still being followed today.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 05:00:37 -0400
  • German prosecutors probe Yazidi woman's claim about IS man

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    BERLIN (AP) — German prosecutors said Saturday they are taking seriously a Yazidi refugee's claim that she ran into her former Islamic State captor twice in Germany, but say they need more information to identify him.

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 19:04:07 -0400
  • Trump says asking SEC to consider ending quarterly earnings reports

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    President Donald Trump said Friday he had asked stock market regulators to look into ending the requirement for businesses to issue quarterly earnings reports. Asking the Securities and Exchange Commission -- an independent agency -- to move to twice-yearly reporting could help create jobs, Trump said on Twitter.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 14:56:44 -0400
  • Ryan Zinke Would 'Sell His Grandkids For Big Oil,' Says Washington Governor

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    Washington Gov. Jay Inslee slammed Ryan Zinke's record on the environment

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 21:20:33 -0400
  • 3M to pay $9.1 million over defective military ear plugs

    The 3M Co. has agreed to pay $9.1 million to settle allegations it knowingly sold defective combat ear plugs to the U.S. military without disclosing defects that limited the effectiveness of the hearing protection devices, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday. A settlement frees 3M from the inconvenience of a long investigation and litigation, it said. The 3M payment settles allegations that 3M and its predecessor, Aearo Technologies Inc., knew the ear plugs it sold the military were too short for proper insertion into the users' ears and could loosen and not perform effectively in some people, the Justice Department said.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 11:22:02 -0400
  • What Happened on Inside Edition Today? Catch Up With the Show

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    Inside Edition is following the latest twists in the case of the Colorado mom allegedly killed by her husband.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 15:31:32 -0400
  • Don't worry, your cereal probably won't poison you with pesticides

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    It may seem like an alarmist local news story to declare your breakfast could kill you, but a new independent study claims that some of your favorite cereals could contain unsafe levels of a chemical used in a popular weed killer. The report, from the Environmental Working Group (EWG), was published online Wednesday and outlines the levels of the chemical glyphosate they found in various breakfast cereals and snacks.  Glyphosate is the major ingredient in the herbicide RoundUp and one at the center of an ongoing tug-of-war.   The World Health Organization (WHO) has ruled the chemical is "probably carcinogenic to humans," and the state of California has categorized it as a chemical linked to cancer. Meanwhile, in late 2017, the EPA concluded an assessment that declared "glyphosate is not likely to be carcinogenic to humans. And its with that intersection in mind that one has to look upon the new EWG report — which wasn't peer reviewed by independent scientists — with quite a bit of scrutiny. EWG versus the EPA For the study, the EWG tested dozens of samples, looking for levels of glyphosate that were above 160 pars per billion (ppb)/0.16 mg, which the organization considers the upper range of safe levels of the chemical for children to be exposed to. You can see their full results here but a few items stand out: Quaker Dinosaur Eggs, Brown Sugar, Instant Oatmeal had readings of 620 ppb/0.62 mg and 780 ppb/0.78 mg. Cheerios Toasted Whole Grain Oat Cereal had readings of 470 ppb/0.47 mg, 490 ppb/0.49 mg, and 530 ppb/0.53 mg. Quaker Old Fashioned Oats had readings of 390 ppb/0.39 mg, 1100 ppb/1.1 mg, and 1300 ppb/1.3 mg.  Those numbers seem not so great — if you use the EWG's threshold.  But the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets a much higher bar for how much glyphosate is safe for a person. According to a 1993 EPA report, the safe exposure level could be as high as 2 mg a day, well above any of the rates that the EWG uncovered in their studies.  For what it's worth, The Guardian recently published a report showing that the FDA has been investigating the use of glyphosate for years but has yet to issue any public findings.  The ongoing research into glyphosate is important because It's a hugely popular pesticide, with hundreds of millions of gallons being used on U.S. crops each year. And, per The Guardian's report, "the FDA has had trouble finding any food that does not carry traces of the pesticide."  Not that eating pesticides is a great thing, but the large discrepancies between the EPA numbers and the EWG numbers can be confusing for consumers trying to determine how much, exactly, is still safe. "Finding glyphosate in food is residue," Kaitlin Stack Whitney, an environmental studies scholar, said in an interview. "Residue limits are a subset of exposure limits as eating pesticides residue is one route of potential exposure." "So finding non-zero amounts isn't unexpected; it's's planned for and limited under current law," Stack Whitney, who also worked as a staff biologist for the EPA, added. There's also the issue of "spray drift," as Stack Whitney notes, pointing to EWG finding traces of the chemical on products labeled organic likely due to some of the pesticide drifting to those organic crops on the wind.  "The current pesticide review process struggles to account for this because agencies can't know what anyone and everyone's neighbors may grow and which chemicals they may apply," she said.  "So whether residues are from direct application or drift is critical to understanding how to address if you think the amount is unsafe." A question of methodology For Lori Hoepner, an assistant professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, it's about methodology.  She notes that "it's hard enough to have consensus among scientists when you're talking about using the same methods."  "So to go from something that would determine the limit of exposure, and try to extend that information to telling consumers about what it means to find glyphosate in their food, I think it can be perceived as something of a stretch," Hoepner said. Noting that she's familiar with the EWG's work and has vouched for them as a good resource for consumers, Hoepner still expressed some reservations about they way they presented their work for this study.  "It always concerns me when science is presented in a way that is not peer-reviewed, doesn't have the oversight of additional researchers who can validate or question the method." Stack Whitney echoed Hoepner's sentiment:  "[The EWG] study is like a white paper or other reports from think tanks, well researched and written but not peer reviewed. It would be useful to review their actual data and methods but those aren't available." Hoepner also wanted to see more about how they took their samples.  "What was their method? Was it randomized? Was it all from one box? How many different boxes were used? Where did they buy them?" Hoepner said. Noting the wide ranges in some of the results, Hoepner says, "that definitely creates a question mark in my mind for validity." The corporations defend their products As for the companies identified in the study, they're standing by the quality of their products.  A statement sent via email from the Quaker brand maintained the brand's stance they're products are perfectly safe and included a passage that denied the use of glyphosate in the making of their products. A spokesperson for General Mills, producers of Cheerios, echoed this sentiment in a statement. Corporate behemoth Monsanto, which produces RoundUp, has been under fire lately for the chemical, including a recent California verdict that ordered the company to pay $289 million to a school groundskeeper who claimed his constant and prolonged exposure to the chemical was to blame for him developing non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.  In the wake of the EWG's report, Monsanto posted a rebuttal on their website accusing the EWG of "publicizing misleading information." Additionally, in an email exchange, a spokesperson for Monsanto highlighted this portion: Additionally, Monsanto Vice President Scott Partridge told the New York Times in response to EWG study, “[The EWG] have an agenda. They are fear mongering. They distort science.” For consumers, there's no right or wrong answer at the moment. While buying different brands may seem like an option, the prevalence of the pesticides used makes it nearly impossible to completely avoid.  The opposing sets of data can only sow more confusion and consumers are left to decide who they trust more: groups like the EWG, government agencies like the EPA, or corporations.  WATCH: Here's how long fruits and vegetables are stored before you buy them at the store

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 11:04:55 -0400
  • World Leaders Opt For China's Money Over The Rights Of 1 Million Jailed Muslims

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    WASHINGTON ― Now that United Nations experts have endorsed widespread reports

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 08:00:23 -0400
  • Girl who pushed friend off bridge charged

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    18-year-old Taylor Smith was charged with reckless endangerment for pushing her friend off a 60-foot-bridge.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 18:56:35 -0400
  • Report: White House Counsel Is Cooperating Extensively In Russia Probe

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    Don McGahn, the White House counsel, has been cooperating extensively with

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 17:38:02 -0400
  • Suspect in UK Parliament crash charged with attempted murder

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    LONDON (AP) — A driver whose car collided with several people before crashing outside Britain's Parliament has been charged with attempted murder, police in London said Saturday

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 17:09:43 -0400
  • 22 Pumpkin Bars That Will Make You Forget All About Pie

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    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 12:25:00 -0400
  • Bannon: Trump Was Right On Charlottesville, Left 'Just As Violent As KKK'

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    Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said President Donald Trump

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 02:37:09 -0400
  • Atlantia to hold board meetings after Genoa bridge disaster: source

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    Italian toll-road group Atlantia has called special board meetings next week to discuss the deadly collapse of a bridge it operates in Genoa, a source said on Friday. Autostrade per l'Italia, the Atlantia unit that manages the stretch of motorway in northern Italy where the bridge is located, is expected to hold a board meeting on Tuesday while the Benetton-backed parent company will hold its own meeting on Wednesday, the source said. A series of technical and legal issues will be presented to Atlantia and Autostrade board members next week, according to the source .

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 06:59:14 -0400
  • Electric Scooters Being Left Around Are Angering Residents

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    They're turning up buried on the beach and hanging from road signs.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 15:06:38 -0400
  • 2 Shot During High School Football Game in Florida

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    Authorities say both victims are hospitalized with one in critical condition

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 09:22:10 -0400
  • China rejects 'irresponsible' Pentagon report on bombers

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    China on Saturday rejected what it called an "irresponsible" Pentagon report claiming Beijing's bombers are likely training for strikes against US and allied targets in the Pacific. The Thursday report said China was leveraging its growing military, economic and diplomatic clout to rapidly establish regional dominance, while its bombers were developing capabilities to hit targets as far from the Chinese mainland as possible. Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said the report was "presumptuous and irresponsible", stating it was "in total disregard of facts" in a Saturday statement.

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 07:30:03 -0400
  • Anger engulfs families as Italy buries its bridge victims

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    GENOA, Italy (AP) — With anger and grief, Italians began burying some of their dead Friday from the Genoa highway bridge collapse, holding funerals in the victims' hometowns. Several angry families rebuffed the offer of a state funeral and the cardinal of Naples was merciless in his condemnation of negligence by Italian officials.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 16:31:03 -0400
  • Socialists Need To Fight For Economic Change -- Not Just Another Version Of Capitalism

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    "Socialism" has become the new political buzzword. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 05:45:17 -0400
  • Body found in burning vehicle at Disney World in Florida, say police

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    The unidentified victim was discovered when firefighters extinguished the blaze near the Fantasia Gardens miniature golf course. Homicide detectives have joined the investigation, according to a statement from Orange County Sheriff's Office. Deputies were called to the scene at 1209 Epcot Resorts Boulevard to assist the Reedy Creek Fire Department at 4.11am on Saturday morning.

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 12:48:57 -0400
  • Top 10 American car shows revealed

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    The readers of the USA Today newspaper have voted on the best car shows in America, ranging from classics to vans. Here are the results…

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 11:10:49 -0400
  • Donald Trump's Postponed Military Parade Is Turned Into A Mocking Meme

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    The brakes have been put on President Donald Trump's idea for a military

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 09:41:02 -0400
  • Xiamen Air plane skids off Philippine runway, disrupting flights

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    Thousands of air travelers faced delays on Friday after a Chinese airliner skidded off the runway at the airport in the Philippine capital, disrupting more than 200 flights as authorities struggled to remove the damaged plane. All 157 passengers and eight crew aboard the Xiamen Air Boeing 737-800 were unharmed after the accident late on Thursday, according to the airline and airport officials. The main runway at Manila's international airport would remain closed until 5 a.m. on Saturday (2100 GMT on Friday) to allow for more time to remove the plane, authorities said.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 08:50:23 -0400
  • Docs reveal DOJ's Ohr was deeply connected to Trump dossier

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    Ohr's work emails show contact with Christopher Steele during the 2016 campaign; Catherine Herridge reports on the revelations.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 09:27:21 -0400
  • New panda mom doesn't know she has twins thanks to these sneaky zookeepers

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    Crafty zookeepers are keeping a set of newborn panda twins alive by switching them out every day.  Although twins aren't uncommon, when pandas have multiple babies they tend to devote all of their attention to only one of their cubs, leaving the other to starve.  SEE ALSO: Someone tried to smuggle a snake onto a plane by hiding it in a hard drive But these zookeepers have managed to get new panda moms to care for both babies by rotating them out, tricking the pandas into believing they only have one cub to care for. A BBC Earth video — narrated by the one and only David Attenborough — shows the keepers' technique.  New mother Lee Lee hasn't realized that she had twins because her keepers have been switching her 18-day-old cubs out, so she only has one at a time.  When they need to change out the cubs, they distract Lee Lee with a bowl of honey water and worm the young cub from her paws. Then, they put that cub in an incubator and bring the other cub to Lee Lee, ensuring that both get the maternal care they need.  Keepers swap the cubs out at least 10 times a day, keeping a meticulous record of the babies' time with their mom.  The technique has an almost 100 percent survival rate. Although pandas are no longer endangered, they are still vulnerable, so finding new ways to help the species along, even in captivity, is important. Plus, it's freaking adorable. WATCH: This design studio is growing gourds inside 3D printed molds to create organic, biodegradable cups

    Sat, 18 Aug 2018 13:16:23 -0400
  • Google employees sign protest letter over China search engine: NYT

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    Hundreds of Google employees have signed a protest letter over the company's reported work on a censor-friendly search engine to get back into China, The New York Times said Thursday. The employees are demanding more transparency so they can understand the moral implications of their work, said the Times, which obtained a copy of the letter. Employee anger flared with a report this month in The Intercept that Google is secretly building a search engine that will filter content banned in China and thus meet Beijing's tough censorship rules.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 05:46:05 -0400
  • Scientists downgrade alert level for Hawaii volcano

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    HONOLULU (AP) — Slowing activity at Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has prompted scientists on Friday to downgrade their alert level for the mountain.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 23:33:59 -0400
  • Why the Navy Doesn’t Need New Battleships

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    We have our generation’s battleships in nuclear aircraft carriers. They are majestic, imposing, ocean-going and potentially fading into obsolescence as missiles threaten to outrange and outpunch their organic fighter complement. The future is not bigger ships with more armor.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 22:39:00 -0400
  • Nebraska Woman Beams After Allegedly Attacking Boyfriend With Sword

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    Ivy Moore, 26, was arrested early Wednesday after she called police to tell them her boyfriend wouldn’t leave her Lincoln apartment.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 10:10:53 -0400
  • Blow for EPA as court blocks bid to slacken safety rules for chemical plants

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    The rule, which came in the wake of a 2013 chemical explosion that killed 15 people in West, near Dallas, set stricter standards for operators’ risk management plans. A federal court has blocked an attempt by the Trump administration to delay safety regulations for chemical plants – the latest in a string of recent legal setbacks for the administration in its attempts to reverse environmental standards. An appeals court in Washington DC ruled on Friday that the Environmental Protection Agency could not delay the enforcement of a chemical safety rule drawn up by the Obama administration.

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 12:45:17 -0400
  • A Jury Is Deciding Paul Manafort's Fate. Then It's Donald Trump's Turn.

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    WASHINGTON ― As jurors in Alexandria, Virginia, deliberate in the tax and bank

    Fri, 17 Aug 2018 14:12:57 -0400
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