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A new kind of gun debate is shaping up in America
The US gun debate revolves around these 27 words
It's only a sentence long; 27 words that barely take up a full line on the Bill of Rights.
Mueller files new charges against Manafort and Gates
Special counsel Robert Mueller has filed new charges against former Donald Trump campaign officials Paul Manafort and Rick Gates.
Package sent to royal palace treated as 'racist hate crime'
Police launched an investigation after suspicions were raised about a package sent to a royal residence in London, reportedly addressed to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Trudeau's India visit sparks outrage
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's week-long trip to India has gone from bad to worse.
North Korea's new delegation led by man blamed for deadly ship attack
North Korea is sending another high-level delegation to South Korea for the Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony this Sunday, led by a man widely believed to have masterminded the sinking of a South Korean navy ship that killed 46 sailors.
US women end 20-year wait for ice hockey gold
Ivanka Trump to attend closing ceremony
Ivanka Trump is headed to South Korea on Thursday, where she will lead the presidential delegation to the closing ceremony of the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games.
Living 24 hours with 'Day Zero' water rations
It's a frustrating feeling to wake up and realize that you don't have running water.
Streep slams 'pathetic' Weinstein lawsuit
Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep are not happy about Harvey Weinstein quoting them in an attempt to get a sexual misconduct lawsuit against him dismissed.
Neanderthals made the world's oldest paintings
Neanderthals may not have been that different from us, after all.
Trump's note card caught on camera
President Donald Trump heard emotional stories Wednesday from people affected by the nation's deadliest school shootings, and it appears he had an assist in responding to some of the powerful testimony.
Voices from Syria's former oasis: 'They will die, one by one'
US accuses Russia of blocking efforts to halt bloodshed
The United States has accused Russia of blocking efforts to halt bloodshed in Eastern Ghouta as the Syrian regime continues to pound the rebel-held enclave outside Damascus.
US Governor charged over alleged nude photo taken without consent
Missouri GOP. Gov. Eric Greitens was indicted on Thursday, amid looming allegations of sexual misconduct and blackmail following an admission of an affair last month.
New evidence of genetics' role in opioid addiction
Our DNA plays a key role in determining who develops addiction and who doesn't, experts say.
Haiti suspends Oxfam operations over sex misconduct scandal
Haiti has suspended the international poverty charity Oxfam Great Britain from operating in the country after reports of sexual misconduct by some of its employees.
UNICEF executive resigns after accusations of inappropriate behavior
UNICEF Deputy Director Justin Forsyth has resigned after allegations he behaved inappropriately toward female staff members during his time as chief executive at Save the Children.
Snapchat stock sinks after Kylie Jenner tweet
Oprah reacts to Trump calling her 'insecure'
Oprah Winfrey has shared her thoughts on President Trump calling her "very insecure."
'Dieselgate': A global scandal, made in Germany
The politics of fear is dying out in Africa
Lenin was once quoted as saying, "There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen." This could perfectly describe the past week in Africa. Across the continent, a number of game-changing political developments have followed each other in quick succession in one of the most tumultuous weeks of any decade.
Man dies by suicide after trying to throw grenade at US Embassy
A man was killed after he tried to throw a grenade over the walls of the US embassy in Montenegro in the early hours of Thursday, a State Department official said.
Was Billy Graham a civil rights coward or a hero£
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. electrified the nation when he gave his "I Have a Dream" speech, but there was another famous American pastor who was not impressed.
The heavyweight with the toughest task in sport
The Czech Republic's first ever Olympic judo champion was already plotting his next move before he'd removed the gold medal from around his neck.
Policemen catch child falling from balcony
Egyptian Policemen were filmed catching a child who fell from a third-floor apartment.
Amnesty: Trump set tone for year of 'hate-filled rhetoric'
The US government's polarizing decision to ban travel from six Muslim-majority countries set the tone for a year of "hate-filled rhetoric" that fanned the flames of bigotry and persecution, Amnesty International alleged in its annual audit of human rights around the world.
'Offended' Jennifer Lawrence defends fashion choice
Jennifer Lawrence is fighting back against those who criticized a dress she wore to a London press event on Tuesday, calling the conversation around her outfit choice "utterly ridiculous."
This is a self-driving car's worst nightmare
Do you have what it takes to be a super spy£
Snooping is big business.
Sharing stories of miscarriage helps women grieve, fight for change
Miscarriage holds the unusual position of being both very common and routinely avoided in polite conversation.
Tools to encourage kids' creativity
During a typical day, kids and teens check out YouTube, watch TV, play video games, scroll through social media feeds, and listen to music. Overall, they're passive consumers of the content they love -- which is fine.
5 perfect destinations to visit in March
March brings more moderate temperatures around the world, as the Northern Hemisphere enters spring and the Southern Hemisphere enters fall. That means that not only are many festivals and celebrations in full swing this month, but there are also plenty of pleasant destinations to visit sans the spring break crowds.
Surgical sponges left inside woman for years
Two surgical sponges were left in a woman's abdomen for at least six years, according to a new report in the New England Journal of Medicine.
This viral trend is lighting up the internet
The #HobbyLobbyChallenge is going viral as photographers use the craft store's plastic flower aisle as a backdrop for portraits.
Why photographers are crazy about this 'Pink City'
The city of Jaipur is one of India's architectural wonders. It houses some of the country's most ornate royal palaces -- elaborate structures designed hundreds of years ago that still captivate visitors today.
The $1,155-a-night 'Millionaire's Island'
Often referred to as the "Spice Islands", the archipelago of Zanzibar is made up of a necklace of islands that bead their way down the shore of East Africa, off the coast of Tanzania.
'La dolce vita' gets a modern makeover
In 1949, Mario Veschetti set out to build a jewelery brand centered on Italian craftsmanship and inspired by his country's beauty. Today, almost 70 years later, the legacy lives on through his children, Laura and Marco. Together, they have grown the brand and expanded into international markets that were untapped in their father's lifetime.
The World's most famous Chinese restaurant£
Warhol, Basquiat and Hockney walk into a restaurant... It sounds like the beginning of a terrible joke, but in their day, these art titans were all regulars at branches of a show-stopping Chinese restaurant called Mr Chow, and friends with its impresario, Michael Chow (aka M), who, in his own right, has had an inestimable influence on the art, culture and culinary scenes.
NRA chief comes out swinging on socialism, while students lead the charge for change
A week after the latest massacre that traumatized America, the political dimensions of the new fight for gun law reform are now clear.
Trump's take: Bonuses for armed teachers, praise for NRA
President Donald Trump spent Thursday grappling with how to prevent more school massacres and address the gun debate gripping the country, offering solutions such as giving bonuses to teachers who undergo gun training.
NRA chief: Democrats exploiting massacre to push socialism
The National Rifle Association's executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre slammed Democrats for their reaction to the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, and warned of government overreach extending far beyond the limiting of fire arms.
Analysis: What we learned about gun politics in past 24 hours
The last 24 hours have featured a more intense -- and, generally speaking, more honest -- national conversation about guns and culture than in, at least, the last five years.
Officer resigns: Deputy stayed outside as shooting unfolded
The school resource deputy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School waited outside the school building as the shooting unfolded last Wednesday. Scot Peterson, the deputy, never went in after taking a position on the west side of the building, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said in a news conference.
McMaster could be next out at White House
With tensions flaring between President Donald Trump and national security adviser Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, the Pentagon is considering options that would allow the President to potentially move the three-star general out of his current role and back into the military, according to half a dozen defense and administration officials.
China strengthens air defenses with eye on India
'Boko Haram attack': 80 schoolgirls rescued
At least 50 girls are still unaccounted for after a suspected Boko Haram attack at their school in northeast Nigeria, officials said.
Walk test diagnoses type of dementia
Simple walking tests can accurately diagnose a type of dementia that may sometimes be reversed when identified early and quickly treated, a study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology found.
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