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Iran rejects U.S. claim it was behind Saudi oil strikes, says ready for war

Iran rejects U.S. claim it was behind Saudi oil strikes, says ready for war

Iran dismissed accusations by the United States that it was behind attacks on Saudi oil plants that risk disrupting global energy supplies and warned on Sunday that U.S. bases and aircraft carriers in the region were in range of its missiles. Yemen's Houthi group claimed responsibility for...

Tomi Lahren: We Need Guns to ‘Defend Ourselves’ From Immigrants

Tomi Lahren: We Need Guns to ‘Defend Ourselves’ From Immigrants

Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren declared on Friday that Americans need guns in order to potentially fight off unlimited immigrants coming into the United States, adding that citizens need the ability to “defend ourselves” because “we don’t know” who is coming into the country.Appearing on Fox Business...

Felicity Huffman's two-week jail sentence triggers claims of  'white privilege'

Felicity Huffman's two-week jail sentence triggers claims of  'white privilege'

Actress Felicity Huffman has been accused of benefiting from “white privilege” after getting just a two-week jail sentence over paying to inflate her daughter’s exam results. US congressman Hakeem Jeffries, chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, and Martina Navratilova, the tennis player, were...

Cleanup resumes in Bahamas as Humberto swirls away

Cleanup resumes in Bahamas as Humberto swirls away

MCLEAN'S TOWN, Bahamas (AP) — Jeffrey Roberts lifted a mustard-yellow curtain from the ground to hunt for passports and other documents at the place where his family's home stood before Hurricane Dorian blasted into Grand Bahama Island. Roberts was one of thousands of people beginning to...

Exclusive: New documents reveal impact of US sanctions on Iran

Exclusive: New documents reveal impact of US sanctions on Iran

Internal documents show the crippling effects of sanctions designed to get Iran to make concessions with its nuclear program; State Department correspondent Rich Edson reports.

Video shows a Model 3 automatically apply the brakes to avoid hitting a cop who ran a red light

Video shows a Model 3 automatically apply the brakes to avoid hitting a cop who ran a red light

Tesla's automated emergency braking (AEB) system, which was first introduced in 2017, has improved markedly in a relatively short amount of time. Just a few weeks ago, for example, Tesla demonstrated its next-gen AEB system which can more ably apply the brakes when a pedestrian or cyclist is...

Judge rules Confederate statues will remain in Charlottesville despite deadly white nationalist rally

Judge rules Confederate statues will remain in Charlottesville despite deadly white nationalist rally

A pair Confederate statues will remain standing in the city of Virginian city Charlottesville where clashes over their removal left a young woman dead.After city officials decided to remove statues of Confederate American Civil War generals Robert E Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, one resident...

Democratic senators seek to block Trump administration end-run on ICE funding

Democratic senators seek to block Trump administration end-run on ICE funding

A group of Senate Democrats are seeking to prevent the Trump administration from unilaterally moving appropriations around to fund immigration detention and border enforcement operations.

Venezuela investigates Guaido over photo with suspected Colombian criminals

Venezuela investigates Guaido over photo with suspected Colombian criminals

Venezuela's state prosecutor's office said on Friday it would open an investigation into Juan Guaido after the interior minister presented photos on state television showing the opposition leader in the company of two suspected members of a Colombian drug-trafficking group. Guaido on...

Second British-Australian woman jailed in Iran identified as Middle East researcher Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert

Second British-Australian woman jailed in Iran identified as Middle East researcher Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert

A British-Australian woman who has been sentenced to 10 years in a notorious Iranian prison has been identified as Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a Cambridge-educated academic specialising in Middle Eastern politics. Dr Moore-Gilbert, who was working as a lecturer and researcher for Melbourne...

The Latest: Source: GM offers new products for closed plants

The Latest: Source: GM offers new products for closed plants

A person briefed on the bargaining says General Motors has offered the United Auto Workers to make new products at two assembly plants it had planned to close. Talks between the union and GM broke off Sunday and the union says it plans to go on strike just before midnight. General Motors says it...

Climate Activists Don’t Know How to Talk to Christians

Climate Activists Don’t Know How to Talk to Christians

Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photo GettyThis story is part of Covering Climate Now, a global collaboration of more than 220 news outlets to strengthen coverage of the climate story. Religious Christians are the key to America taking action on global warming. And yet, the way climate...

Anti-Car Groups Call for a Ban on SUVs, Protest at Frankfurt Auto Show

Anti-Car Groups Call for a Ban on SUVs, Protest at Frankfurt Auto Show

Enough! No one needs to drive luxury cars! say German protesters standing on top of SUVs at the Frankfurt auto show.

Every top Democrat can beat Trump. Their unique strategies will determine who gets that shot

Every top Democrat can beat Trump. Their unique strategies will determine who gets that shot

Each of the five leading 2020 Democratic candidates can beat the president in a general election, according to the latest national match-up polls. But first, they will need to secure the party’s nomination in a hotly contested primary season that started with more than two dozen hopefuls....

Politico Doubles Down on Fake Turnberry Scandal

Politico Doubles Down on Fake Turnberry Scandal

It's tough to be an investigative reporter. Everybody who feeds you a tip has an axe to grind. Or, alternatively, you find yourself going, "I wonder if . . . ?" You put in your research, you talk to lots of people, you accumulate a huge pile of information, but you still haven't...

Turkey orders arrest of 223 military personnel over suspected Gulen links: state media

Turkey orders arrest of 223 military personnel over suspected Gulen links: state media

Turkey has ordered the arrest of 223 serving military personnel across the country and in the breakaway state of Northern Cyprus over suspected links to a network Ankara accuses of organizing an attempted coup in 2016, state media said on Saturday. Authorities are seeking the suspects across 49...

'Difficult to see' if Iran breached Syria oil sale agreement, Gibraltar chief minister says

'Difficult to see' if Iran breached Syria oil sale agreement, Gibraltar chief minister says

Gibraltar’s leader attempted to deescalate the crisis with Iran over the fate of an oil tanker on Friday, saying it was “difficult to see” whether Tehran breached an agreement not to sell its oil to Syria. Iran made assurances to a court in Gibraltar that it would not deliver the seized...

Liberty students protest in wake of reports about Falwell

Liberty students protest in wake of reports about Falwell

Students at Liberty University in Virginia gathered Friday to protest in the wake of news reports containing allegations that school president Jerry Falwell Jr. improperly benefited from the institution and disparaged students in emails. Students joined together at the private evangelical...

W.African leaders agree billion-dollar anti-jihadist plan

W.African leaders agree billion-dollar anti-jihadist plan

West African leaders on Saturday announced a billion-dollar plan to fight the rising problem of jihadist violence in the region, at a summit in Burkina Faso. The plan, to be funded from 2020 to 2024, was announced at end of the Economic Community Summit of West African States in Ouagadougou, where...

Another tropical storm is developing in the Atlantic. Here's when it could hit Florida

Another tropical storm is developing in the Atlantic. Here's when it could hit Florida

The system headed toward Florida, now "Tropical Depression Nine," will almost certainly become Tropical Storm Humberto within next 24 hours

The Electric-Car Community Wants to Invite You to a Party: It's National Drive Electric Week

The Electric-Car Community Wants to Invite You to a Party: It's National Drive Electric Week

More than 300 events are happening all over the U.S. from September 14–22, all to get you excited about an EV.

Ku Klux Klan application found in US police officer's home

Ku Klux Klan application found in US police officer's home

A police officer in Michigan was terminated on Thursday after a prospective homebuyer who had been touring the officer’s house posted a picture on social media of a framed Ku Klux Klan application he had seen there, spurring an internal investigation.Frank Peterson, the city manager of Muskegon,...

2020 Vision: A burning AOC offers a scary preview of next year's attack ads

2020 Vision: A burning AOC offers a scary preview of next year's attack ads

In a likely preview of Republican messaging for the 2020 election, an ad from a GOP PAC that aired during Thursday night’s Democratic debate showed a photograph of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with her face engulfed in flames.

DOJ cites Dems' mixed-up impeachment messages to undercut House probe

DOJ cites Dems' mixed-up impeachment messages to undercut House probe

The filing comes a day after the committee approved a set of technical procedures for its impeachment investigation.

India sets up fund to complete stalled housing projects

India sets up fund to complete stalled housing projects

India on Saturday announced a series of measures to revive the housing sector and boost exports as the government tries to kick-start an economy hit by a lending crisis and a slowdown in demand. A fund worth 100 billion rupees ($1.41 billion) will be available to complete unfinished affordable and...

Surveillance video allegedly shows 2 people moving carpet with body in Harlem; victim identified

Surveillance video allegedly shows 2 people moving carpet with body in Harlem; victim identified

Surveillance video shows two men in baseball caps casually pushing a shopping cart that apparently contained a body wrapped in a rolled-up carpet in Harlem during the overnight hours on Thursday morning.

Teachers in Chicago inch closer to possible strike

Teachers in Chicago inch closer to possible strike

Teachers in the nation's third-largest school district are inching closer to a strike that could happen as early as next month. After rejecting the district's latest offer, Chicago educators are back at the bargaining table negotiating issues including pay, staffing shortages and class...

US officials warn of danger of feral hogs heading across the border from Canada

US officials warn of danger of feral hogs heading across the border from Canada

US officials have warned that feral hogs heading across the border from Canada may pose a danger to the local environment. The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported that sightings of the feral animals on the US-Canadian border have increased in recent years. At least eight of the wild...

'You want to wrestle?': Biden offers to prove his health after questions from reporters

'You want to wrestle?': Biden offers to prove his health after questions from reporters

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has attempted to brush off concerns about his age and health by asking a reporter who had questioned if he would release his medical records: “you want to wrestle?”The 76-year-old former US vice-president pledged to provide evidence of his fitness for...

French group to open two hotels in Damascus as airstrikes kill civilians

French group to open two hotels in Damascus as airstrikes kill civilians

Louvre Hotels Group, owned by China's Jin Jiang, has signed an agreement to open two hotels under its own name in Damascus, it said on Saturday, a day after the UN announced an internal investigation into the bombing of hospitals in Syria. The confirmation of the two hotels opening, after...

Violence Flares as Protesters Defy a Police Ban to March Through Hong Kong's Streets

Violence Flares as Protesters Defy a Police Ban to March Through Hong Kong's Streets

The demonstrations come after a day of brawls between opposing political groups that left 25 hospitalized

UPDATE 1-UAE regulator not optimistic on Boeing 737 MAX return this year

UPDATE 1-UAE regulator not optimistic on Boeing 737 MAX return this year

The head of the United Arab Emirates' General Civil Aviation Authority said on Sunday he was not optimistic that the Boeing 737 MAX would return to operations this year and that the first quarter of 2020 was more likely. The 737 MAX has been grounded since March while Boeing updates flight...

Taiwan Needs New Submarines To Stop a Possible Future Invasion by China

Taiwan Needs New Submarines To Stop a Possible Future Invasion by China

But can Taipei really build them or buy them abroad?

Tomi Lahren apologizes after Democrat Julián Castro calls out 'anti-immigrant' statement

Tomi Lahren apologizes after Democrat Julián Castro calls out 'anti-immigrant' statement

"We have to have a means to defend ourselves from—who knows who's coming in," Tomi Lahren said while laying out a defense of the Second Amendment.

Correction: Sikh Killed-Anniversary story

Correction: Sikh Killed-Anniversary story

In a story Sept. 15 about the anniversary of an Indian Sikh immigrant gunned down in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, The Associated Press reported erroneously that he died in 2011. PHOENIX (AP) — Indian Sikh immigrant Rana Singh Sodhi still preaches love and tolerance 18 years...

US-trained bomb-sniffing dogs sent to Jordan are living in horrible conditions and dying from improper care

US-trained bomb-sniffing dogs sent to Jordan are living in horrible conditions and dying from improper care

More than 10 have died in recent years from potentially preventable health issues. Others were found to be living in "disturbing" conditions.

Greta Thunberg marches in front of White House with American students over climate change crisis

Greta Thunberg marches in front of White House with American students over climate change crisis

Climate activist Greta Thunberg has taken her fight for the planet’s future to Donald Trump’s front door, marching along with American students outside the White House in Washington with fellow students as a part of a weekly school strike.Ms Thunberg, a 16-year-old who arrived in the US last month...

AG Barr has received draft report on FISA abuse allegations

AG Barr has received draft report on FISA abuse allegations

DOJ Inspector General Horowitz sent draft report to attorney general to review; Catherine Herridge reports.

Biden Decries ‘Domestic Terrorism of White Supremacy’

Biden Decries ‘Domestic Terrorism of White Supremacy’

(Bloomberg) -- Joe Biden will draw a direct line between the violence of groups like the Ku Klux Klan and recent mass shootings when he delivers a major speech on race and domestic terrorism in Birmingham, Alabama on Sunday. The former vice president will speak at the 56th anniversary of the 16th...

Russia's world-first floating nuclear plant arrives in port

Russia's world-first floating nuclear plant arrives in port

Russia's world first floating nuclear power station on Saturday completed a 5,000-kilometre (3,100-mile) Arctic transfer to the country's far east, the Rosatom nuclear agency said. "The Akademik Lomonosov floating nuclear plant arrived ... at Pevek, in the autonomous district of...

Germany warns against early troop withdrawal from Afghanistan

Germany warns against early troop withdrawal from Afghanistan

A withdrawal of NATO forces from Afghanistan could see the country falling back under the strict Islamic rule of the Taliban, German Defence Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said on Saturday. Kramp-Karrenbauer, who also heads Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) and is seen as the...

2 arrested in racist attack on black student at U of Arizona

2 arrested in racist attack on black student at U of Arizona

Several dozen students at the University of Arizona on Friday protested campus police handling of a physical and racist attack on a black student this week. University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins said in a statement Thursday that he was angered and disappointed by the incident.

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