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Judge Sets $1 Million Bond for Ohio Officer

A judge on Thursday set a bond of $1 million for a former University of Cincinnati campus police officer charged with the murder of an unarmed black man he had stopped for a missing license plate. Ray Tensin...
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Claim: Washington D.C. Is Sinking

Washington D.C. is sinking into the Chesapeake Bay at an alarming rate—more than twice as rapidly as the rest of the East Coast is sinking into the Atlantic—according to a new study published in GSA Today. ...
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WW3 Will Be Mankind’s Last War

Russia will stand by its compatriots by sticking firmly to international legal norms, and WW3 would be mankind’s last, Russia’s parliamentary speaker Sergei Naryshkin said in a newspaper interview in Moscow. ...
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Outer Space Aurora Brighter than Northern Lights

Astronomers for the first time have discovered an aurora - similar but much brighter than the famed Northern Lights - outside our solar system. Emanating from what is believed to be a brown dwarf called LSR ...
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Text of the Federal Reserve’s Statement

Below is the statement the Fed released Wednesday after its latest policy meeting ended: Information received since the Federal Open Market Committee met in June indicates that economic activity has been exp...
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McDonald’s Global Profits Are Continuing to Fall

The decline of fast food giant McDonald’s continues in full swing, as the company reports yet another quarter of ‘disappointing’ global losses. I’ve been telling you about McDonald’s decline for quite some t...
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Russia Vetos MH17 UN Criminal Tribunal

Australian hopes for an international criminal tribunal to prosecute those who shot down Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 have been dashed after Russia vetoed a United Nation resolution. The Russian veto came ...
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France Deploys Riot Cops to Calais

France deployed more than 100 riot police to Calais on Wednesday to bolster security as hundreds of migrants have been trying night after night to rush the railway tunnel leading to England — at times with fata...
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IMF: China’s Economy ‘Resilient’

China's dramatic pullback in stocks isn't a threat to its economy, at least according to Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund. "We believe the Chinese economy is resili...
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Military Worries Over IED Drones

Cheap quadcopters may easily deliver deadly explosives almost anywhere, and this presents a grave threat, US military bomb techs warn. American military specialists in explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) have ra...
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Cincinnati Police Officer Charged with MURDER

A University of Cincinnati police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man has been charged with murder after a grand jury investigation, the Hamilton County prosecutor said on Wednesday. ...
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NATO Court Sentences Gaddafi’s Son to Death

21st Century Wire says… Back in 2011, a US-led NATO campaign was launched with the aim to out Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi from power, but also the permanently destablize the formerly stable and thriving No...
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Kerry NOT SURE if Iran Wants to Attack US

Secretary of State John Kerry told a Republican lawmaker on Tuesday that he isn't quite sure if Iran intends to destroy the United States, the Times of Israel reports. Texas Republican Lloyd “Ted” Poe posed so...
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Madonna: Europe Feels like Nazi Germany

Rising intolerance and anti-Semitism have reached the point when “it feels like Nazi Germany,” pop icon Madonna said, adding that France, in particular, no longer encourages diversity and freedom. "We're l...
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IMF Confirms Greek Request for New Loan

The return of the triumvirate, a day after internationally mandated reforms were pushed through the parliament by MPs, marks a personal defeat for the prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, who had pledged never to al...
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Planned Parenthood Hit by Hackers

Planned Parenthood has been swept up in a storm of controversy in recent weeks, after an antiabortion group started to release undercover videos of officials at the organization discussing how it provides organ...
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Seattle Sees Fallout from High Wages

Low wage workers in Seattle who spent months agitating for a city-wide $15-per-hour minimum wage were quite successful in their quest. But many have suddenly found that the new rate has had unexpected consequen...
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Obama says Ethiopia is “Democratic”

Some African activists have greeted President Barack Obama's remarks that Ethiopia has a democratically elected government with scorn and concern. Obama made the comment on Monday during a news conference wi...
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates and other NATO Ministers of Defense and of Foreign Affairs met together at NATO headquarters to give final political guidance in preparation for the meeting of Allied Heads of State and Government at the upcoming NATO Summit in Lisbon, Portugal in November in Brussels, Belgium, on Thursday October 14, 2010. DOD photo by Master Sgt. Jerry Morrison(RELEASED)

Turkey Wins NATO Support as It Steps Up ISIS Fight

Turkey turned to its allies in NATO on Tuesday for political backing, after it agreed to step up efforts against the Islamic State but also renewed its conflict with Kurdish militants. “All allies expressed th...
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Migrants Jump Off Boat & Run Ashore

About 6 a.m. on July 10, Ekaterina Juskowski was shooting a video of her friend, a model, near 36th Street in the heart of Miami Beach. She noticed that a blue-green boat in the background — she thought it w...
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Bank Tells Third Party When Customers Visited

Halifax Bank in the United Kingdom is passing on information to a third party detailing when its customers physically visited the bank, a policy that is sure to concern privacy advocates. We were contacted by ...
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Russia to Boost Navy in Black Sea

Moscow is planning to boost the strategic positions of its navy in the Black Sea in response to NATO's “inadmissible” expansion towards Russian borders. According to a newly-revised version of the Russian Na...