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  • Monday, Oct 23, 2017

    Niger Attack Was Likely a Set-Up by Terrorists: Officials

    Niger Attack Was Likely a Set-Up by Terrorists: Officials

    An emerging theory among U.S. military investigators is that the Army Special Forces soldiers ambushed in Niger were set up by terrorists, who were tipped off in advance about a meeting in a village sympathetic...

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  • Monday, Oct 23, 2017

    Trump Couldn't Remember Fallen Soldier's Name: Widow

    Trump Couldn't Remember Fallen Soldier's Name: Widow

    A fallen soldier's angry widow joined the stormy dispute with President Donald Trump on Monday over his response to her husband's death, declaring that his failure to remember the soldier's name in last...

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  • Monday, Oct 23, 2017

    New York AG Launches Civil Rights Probe of Weinstein Co.

    New York AG Launches Civil Rights Probe of Weinstein Co.

    State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced a civil rights investigation on Monday into The Weinstein Co. following sexual harassment and assault allegations against its co-founder, Hollywood producer...

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  • Monday, Oct 23, 2017

    Trump Shoots Down Retirement Limit to Pay for GOP Tax Cuts

    Trump Shoots Down Retirement Limit to Pay for GOP Tax Cuts

    President Donald Trump shot down a possible approach for raising revenue to finance tax cuts in politically must-do legislation for the Republicans, promising Monday the popular 401(k) retirement savings program...

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  • Monday, Oct 23, 2017

    Trump Awards Medal of Honor to Army Medic From Vietnam War

    Trump Awards Medal of Honor to Army Medic From Vietnam War

    President Donald Trump awarded the Medal of Honor to retired army medic Gary M. Rose. The Alabama native saved multiple lives while risking his own during the Vietnam War.

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  • Saturday, Oct 21, 2017

    Questions Remain for Trump Administration on Niger Mission

    Questions Remain for Trump Administration on Niger Mission

    In Washington, there is a search for answers about the ambush in Niger that killed four U.S. Service members.

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  • Monday, Oct 23, 2017

    Mitsubishi Recalls 161,167 Vehicles in US, Canada

    Mitsubishi Recalls 161,167 Vehicles in US, Canada

    Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is recalling 161,167 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada because electric relays can cause the engine to stall or overheat. The recall affects the 2015-2017 Outlander SUV, the 2015-2017...

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  • Saturday, Oct 21, 2017

    How Solar Could Transform Puerto Rico's Future

    How Solar Could Transform Puerto Rico's Future

    The destruction of Puerto Rico's power grid has brought new focus on the bankrupt Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority and how the electricity system could be rebuilt in a more resilient way that takes advantage...

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    Tuesday, Oct 24, 2017

    China Lifts Xi's Status to Most Powerful Leader in Decades

    China Lifts Xi's Status to Most Powerful Leader in Decades

    The ruling Communist Party on Tuesday formally lifted Xi Jinping's status to China's most powerful ruler in decades, setting the stage for the authoritarian leader to tighten his grip over the country while...

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    Tuesday, Oct 24, 2017

    Nevadans Can Now Retroactively Become High School Graduates

    Nevadans Can Now Retroactively Become High School Graduates

    Thousands of Nevadans could soon become new high school graduates after the state decided that students should get diplomas if they passed their classes but failed exit exams, which are no longer in place today,...

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