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Did Russia Bomb U.S.-Backed Militias in Syria?
U.S.-backed militias said they came under attack on Saturday from Russian jets and Syrian government forces in Deir al-Zor province.
Protecting Donald Trump: New York Prepares For Lockdown Ahead of U.N.
An elite counter-terrorism unit will join police officers for the "Super Bowl of security."
Rohingya Face Starvation in Refugee Camps as Myanmar Violence Rages
Aung San Suu Kyi is scheduled to speak on Tuesday for the first time since the crisis.
Hamas Dissolves Government In Bid To End Gaza Stalemate, Prepare For Elections
Fatah says it is ready for reconciliation with its Palestinian rival.
Wife of Jailed American in Iran Calls on the U.S. To Do More
"Will his country stand up for him the same way he stood up for American values?" Hua Qu, wife of Xiyue Wang, asked. "I hope the answer is a resounding yes."
'Are You a Pedophile?' Philippines President Duterte Asks Human Rights Chief
Duterte had been challenged over the killing of teenagers in the country's anti-drugs campaign.
Slenderman: Girl Who Stabbed Friend For Internet Bogeyman Ruled Mentally Ill
The pair, 12, lured a friend into woods in 2014 and stabbed her 19 times to appease a fictional bogeyman.
California Lawmakers Just Voted to Protect Immigrants From Donald Trump, Become Sanctuary State
The bill would make California a sanctuary state.
Could Myanmar and Bangladesh Go To War Over the Rohingya Crisis?
The two countries are already at loggerheads over the Rohingya refugee crisis.
Jason Stockley: Riots in Streets of St Louis After White Police Officer Acquittal
Protestors chanted: "Hey hey! Ho ho! These killer cops have got to go!"
‘We Suck': The Bengals May Be Historically Bad After Brutal Loss to Texans
"We suck," the Cincinnati players were heard saying after the 13-9 loss to Houston on Thursday night.
UFC’s Jon Jones, Never Beaten in a Title Fight, Just Lost His Heavyweight Belt for a Third Time
Daniel Cormier has been reinstated as the new heavyweight champion.
North Korea: Leader Kim Jung Un Hosts Lavish Banquet to Celebrate Nuclear Test
North Korea's leader feted the officials responsible for last week's missile test.
Troy Gentry: Montgomery Gentry Singer Dead After Helicopter Crash
Gentry was due to perform with his bandmate Eddie Montgomery on Friday evening in Medford.
Philippines: President Duterte's Son Denies Links to Drugs Trade his Father Vowed to Fight
The president has said he will quit office if it is proven that any of his family were involved in drug trafficking.
How Cocaine and Meth Boomed In the Oilfields of Texas
Oil workers have got addicted to drugs during long shifts.
Trump Moves to Scrap South Korean Warhead Weight Limit, Enabling Greater Force for North Korean Attack
An unlimited warhead weight allowance would enable the South to strike North Korea with greater force in the event of a military conflict.
Hurricane Harvey Evacuation Order Lifted, Texas Shifts Focus to Recovery
The question of how to pay for hurricane recovery is consuming Washington after Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Sunday increased his damage estimate to between $150 billion and $180 billion.
Iran Upholds 10-Year Jail Sentence of U.S. Student
Wang was conducting dissertation research in Iran in 2016 when he was detained and charged with "spying under the cover of research", an accusation his family and university denied.
Trump Proposed $7.85 Billion in Hurricane Harvey Aid, Texas Governor Says Damage Could Climb to $180 Billion
Abbott, who is advocating for U.S. government aid for his state's recovery, said the damage would exceed that of Katrina.
China, Angry at the West, Doesn't See North Korea as Sole Responsibility
China has lambasted the West and its allies over recent weeks for promoting the "China responsibility theory" for North Korea.
Colombia's Last Guerrilla Group Threatens Peace With Admission it Killed Russian Hostage
Though Colombia's president won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work with FARC, the National Liberation Army is still at large.
'Send Merkel Home' Says Far-Right Opposition During Divisive German Campaign
Leif-Erik Holm of the hard-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) is mounting a robust challenge to Chancellor Angela Merkel in her constituency as she seeks re-election on Sept. 24.
Russia Accuses U.S. of 'Unprecedented Aggressive Action' over Planned Search of Closed San Francisco Consulate
Russia's foreign ministry has summoned a U.S. diplomat in Moscow to hand a formal note of protest.
Hurricane Harvey: Trump Seeks $7.8B for Flood Victims but Texas Governor Says $125B Needed in His State Alone
The the $7.8 billion is for initial recovery efforts from the storm that has displaced more than 1 million people.