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Thursday, November 13, 2014
The founder of Mormonism, which for decades allowed polygamy, had as many as 40 wives including one who was only 14, the U.S.-based church has acknowledged.
Yahoo is buying digital video advertising service BrightRoll for US$640 million in the Internet company's latest attempt to boost its revenue after years filled mostly with financial futility.
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Obama, Xi look to highlight areas of agreement
President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping sought to play down points of tension between their two nations Wednesday, unveiling a flurry of agreements on climate change, military cooperation and trade, while casting their own burgeoning relationship as candid and productive.
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A stream of lava set a home on fire Monday in a rural Hawaii town that has been watching the slow-moving flow approach for months.
Obama presses for tough 'open Internet' rules
U.S. President Barack Obama voiced support Monday for a new regulatory system for Internet providers aimed at avoiding a two-speed system leaving some services in an online “slow lane.”
A New York doctor who became America's last known Ebola case has been cured of the devastating disease and will go home this week, health officials said Monday.
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) said Monday hackers stole sensitive personal information from its employees in a large data breach this year, and got some customer data as well.
Thousands of people carrying small amounts of marijuana may no longer be arrested or face criminal charges, city officials announced Monday, marking a significant shift in how the nation's biggest city approaches policing pot.
An incoming Republican Senate chairman said Monday he is working on a border security bill and will aim to move it once the new Republican-controlled Congress convenes in January, even as U.S. President Barack Obama prepares to take executive action on immigration,
The U.S. State Department said Monday it was reviewing some of its secretive democracy-promotion programs in hostile countries after The Associated Press reported that the nation's global development agency may effectively end risky undercover work in those environments.
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