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Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Big Apple stages topless parade along with 60 cities
Dozens of bare-chest women taking part in the GoTopless Pride Parade took to the streets of midtown Manhattan Sunday to counter critics complaining about topless tip-seekers in Times Square.
In more than three decades of trying to breed pandas at the U.S. National Zoo, there's been plenty of heartbreak. More cubs born in Washington, D.C. have died than survived, and news of a birth has often been greeted warily.
As woes deepen, Puerto Ricans see an opportunity
Revelers arrived in cars sporting the American flag and wore clothes in red, white and blue as they celebrated the anniversary of Puerto Rico's pro-statehood political party with deafening salsa music and speeches.
Monday, August 24, 2015
Raging US wildfires grow by 260 square kilometers
Reduced winds on Saturday helped firefighters gain the upper hand against a series of giant wildfires in the western U.S. state of Washington that earlier left three firefighters dead.
El Salvador prison gang violence kills fourteen
At least 14 inmates were killed in an El Salvador jail on Saturday when violence erupted between two factions of a notorious gang, an official said.
US agency knew of risk of tainted water at gold mine
U.S. officials knew of the potential for a catastrophic "blowout" of toxic wastewater from an inactive gold mine, yet appeared to have only a cursory plan to deal with such an event when government contractors triggered 11.4-million-liter spill, according to internal documents released by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Working at a decidedly un-slackerly pace, employees are racing to get ready for the opening of the latest marijuana boutique to sprout up in pot-friendly Uruguay.
Sunday, August 23, 2015
Mother of slain N. Carolina man still wants justice at US officer's mistrial
Georgia Ferrell says she's still seeking justice after a jury couldn't unanimously decide the fate of a white police officer in the U.S. state of North Carolina accused in the 2013 shooting death of her son, an unarmed black motorist.
A rambling Trump rallies faithful, but offers little policy as he jabs his rivals
The extraordinary Donald-Trump-for-president roadshow careened into America's deep South Friday, as the abrasive tycoon railed once more against the political establishment but offered little policy substance in a rambling speech at an Alabama rally.
Jose Amaya Guardado's mother said she brought her son to the United States nine years ago to escape the violence rampant in their native El Salvador. But now his family is mourning his death in what police describe as a brutal machete attack.
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