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Saturday, March 14, 2015
Conservatives say they are happier, but liberals show more cheer in smiles, word choice and even emoticon use, claims a new U.S. scientific study.
A 35-year-old Canadian woman died and two other tourists suffered “considerable” injuries when a surfacing whale crashed into the side of their boat, Mexican authorities said Thursday.
New York City investigators say decrepit and dangerous conditions and poor enforcement have been rampant in shelters that house nearly 12,000 homeless families with children.
Just like Tony “Iron Man” Stark, Robert Downey Jr. is a part-time superhero — at least in the eyes of one 7-year-old boy.
Friday, March 13, 2015
2 police officers shot at protest at Ferguson, Mo. police station
Two officers were shot in Ferguson early Thursday as demonstrators gathered after the resignation of the police chief in the Missouri city that became a symbol of racial tensions following a white officer's fatal shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old.
More than 155,000 people by Wednesday had signed a petition to the White House urging charges be filed against 47 U.S. Republican senators who they say committed “treasonous” offenses by writing to Iran's leaders about ongoing nuclear negotiations.
Utah governor to sign LGBT rights bill into law
A Mormon-church-backed anti-discrimination bill that protects LGBT residents and religious rights in the U.S. state of Utah is set to be signed by the state's Republican governor on Thursday evening.
College 'rediscovers' collection of ancient, rare Greek, Roman coins
A priceless cache of ancient Greek and Roman coins that had become a kind of buried treasure has been “rediscovered” at the University at Buffalo, which had paid little attention to them since they were donated in 1935.
The United States and Cuba have re-established a direct telephone link, the Cuban state telecommunications company said Wednesday, in the latest step toward normalizing ties between the one-time Cold War foes.
A group of Canadian imams and religious scholars issued a religious edict against the Islamic State group Wednesday, denouncing its threats against and recruitment in Canada.
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