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Thursday, November 26, 2015
Marathon bombing survivors brace for movies
Less than three years after bombs killed three people and wounded more than 260 others at the Boston Marathon, two movies, a play and an HBO documentary are in the works, causing decidedly mixed feelings among some of those most touched by the tragedy.
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Donald Trump says he'd bring back waterboarding
U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump says the U.S. should engage in much more aggressive interrogation techniques on terrorism suspects as he continues to push a hard line on national security after the Paris attacks.
A Texas woman said Monday that she's suing a U.S. federal agency to force the return of a film shot by her grandfather that shows a portion of the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Wooing blacks, Sanders reframes, but doesn't change argument
Bernie Sanders acknowledges that he needs more support from black voters to have any chance of defeating Hillary Rodham Clinton for the U.S. center-left Democratic Party's presidential nomination.
Stances against refugees could hurt law enforcement: Clinton
Hard-line stances against admitting refugees to the United States are a mistake because they hurt law enforcement's ability to build ties within Muslim communities, U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton said on Monday.
Five people were shot and suffered injuries, Minneapolis police said on Twitter Tuesday, with local media reporting that the incident occurred at a protest over the fatal shooting by police of a black man.
Born with no voice, boy talks with new voice box
Grant Hasse was born with two very rare conditions -- one that's usually fatal, the other that should have left him unable to talk.
Social media helps drive Cuban exodus to US
As summer began to bake the central Cuban city of Sancti Spiritus, Elio Alvarez and Lideisy Hernandez sold their tiny apartment and everything in it for US$5,000 and joined the largest migration from their homeland in decades.
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
'Kirchner era' ends in Argentina with win for right
President-elect Mauricio Macri's promises to revitalize Argentina's sagging economy with free-market reforms and improve strained relations with the United States resonated with voters, carrying him to a historic win that ended 12 years of often-conflictive ...............
James C. Lagier, a former Associated Press bureau chief in the U.S. and Japan whose four-decade career included covering nuclear tests in the Pacific, filing the bulletin on Robert F. Kennedy's death and overseeing AP's reporting of the 1995 Kobe earthquake that killed more than 6,000 people, has died.
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