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Transfer of Libyan Held at Guantanamo Bay Approved

WASHINGTON — A national security board on Friday authorized a Libyan man who has been held without charge at Guantanamo Bay for 20 years...

Jared Kushner’s company settles for $3.25 million in Maryland lawsuit

WASHINGTON — An apartment management company partly owned by Jared Kushner, the son-in-law of former President Donald J. Trump, has agreed to pay a...

Schumer begins process to assume interim financing bill

Alternatively, the House could simply generate a new CR and send it to the Senate, also presumably without the permit measure. Pelosi suggested...

Welcome to the Russian Army!

NOT a Russian soldier. A Ukrainian soldier at the front line in Kupyansk. Because the Russian army is not for women. ...

Migrants sent north still do not have a happy ending

A bus carrying migrants who crossed the border from Mexico into Texas arrives at the Port Authority bus station in Manhattan on August 25,...

How the Democrats changed the economy

Michael Tomasky on how a dissenting, yet realistic, assessment of economics became mainstream

FACT CHECK: Did McDonald’s post this tweet saying overweight people don’t exist?

to the image shared on instagram shows a screenshot of a McDonald's tweet purportedly claiming that overweight people don't exist. ...

Homelessness is not just a ‘blue’ problem

In the 2020s, urban homelessness will spread from blue to red cities.

‘It’s a miracle’: Gran Abuelo in Chile could be the world’s oldest living tree | trees and forests

In an isolated valley in southern Chile, a lone Alerce tree stands tall above the canopy of an ancient forest.Green shoots sprout from the...

FBI agents raid home of pro-life author with guns drawn in front of his screaming children – RedState

It's becoming a thing now, the questionable FBI raid with political overtones, under the Biden Administration. That's a scary thing to say. ...
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Pink Floyd founder cancels concerts in Poland after outrage over comments about the war in Ukraine

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has canceled planned concerts in Poland amid outrage over his stance on Russia's war against...

Storm Fiona: Homes Washed Out to Sea as Storm Hits Canada

One person is missing after Storm Fiona hit the East Coast, leaving widespread damage.

Associated Press photographer Dave Caulkin dies at 77

LONDON (AP) — Dave Caulkin, a retired Associated Press photographer who captured the iconic moment when ice dancers Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean won...

Israeli troops kill Palestinian militant in West Bank

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli soldiers shot dead a suspected Palestinian gunman during an overnight arrest in the northern West Bank, according to Israeli and...