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Russian President Vladimir Putin has visited his southern military headquarters as he assesses the state of his country's forces in Ukraine as the war drags on toward winter. It was Putin's second … more
A 96-year-old Korean War veteran from Minnesota has been waiting for 70 years for a Purple Heart medal. The Army keeps turning him down. He has provided documents to back up his assertion that he was … more
NOVEMBER 3 - 9, 2023 A woman collects flowers to be used in rituals and decorations for the Diwali Festival in India. Britain’s King Charles III gives the King’s Speech during the State … more
A pond in Hawaii has turned so bubble-gum pink it could be from the set of “Barbie.” The bizarre phenomenon is likely caused by drought. Scientists are warning visitors against entering the water … more
The U.S. Census Bureau estimates the world's population has topped 8 billion for the first time. The agency said Thursday that it estimates the global population exceeded the threshold Sept. 26. The … more
A Texas inmate whose attorneys say received a death sentence due to false and unscientific expert testimony is facing execution for fatally stabbing a man during a robbery more than 33 years ago. … more
The mother of a 22-year-old transgender Dallas woman who was fatally shot in 2019 has tearfully insisted to the man who pleaded guilty in the slaying that she’s carrying on the advocacy work her … more
Two recent police shootings involving the Baltimore Police Department's specialized units focused on getting illegal guns off the street have raised questions about how the squads are operating. … more
The 12 months ending in October were the hottest ever recorded on Earth and likely the planet’s hottest 12-month period ever recorded, according to a report from the nonprofit science research … more
A federal court jury has found a man not guilty of assaulting a woman at a U.S. research station in Antarctica. Stephen Tyler Bieneman had stood trial this week on a charge of misdemeanor assault … more
In the United States, the national conference of Catholic bishops rejects the concept of gender transition, leaving many transgender Catholics feeling excluded. Now the Vatican has released a sharply … more
The Nashville district attorney is calling on the Tennessee legislature to make it easier to commit someone to a mental institution. The move follows the Tuesday arrest of 29-year-old Shaquille … more
A Russian news agency is reporting that the country is preparing to send a battalion of Ukrainian prisoners of war to the front lines in their homeland to fight on Moscow’s side in the war. RIA … more
Hundreds of Azerbaijani soldiers have paraded through the capital city of the Karabakh region that came under full control of Azerbaijan in September after a lightning rout of ethnic Armenian forces. … more
A new study says the three-year drought that has left millions of people in Syria, Iraq and Iran with little water wouldn’t have happened without human-caused climate change. Wednesday's study says … more
GM's Cruise autonomous vehicle unit is recalling all 950 of its cars to update its software after one dragged a pedestrian to the side of a San Francisco street last month. The company says in … more
A mother in Uvalde, Texas, whose 10-year-old daughter was killed in the Robb Elementary School shooting has lost her run for mayor. Kimberly Mata-Rubio has pushed for stricter gun laws and police … more
October was the fifth straight month that Earth set a record for the hottest month in recorded history. And it did so by a big margin compared to the Octobers of pre-industrial times — 1.7 degrees … more
A new study finds that endangered cheetahs are more likely to hunt at dawn and dusk on hot days, which increases their odds of conflict with other nocturnal predators. The researchers placed GPS … more
The Biden administration has asked a federal appeals court to uphold health care guidance issued last year that says hospitals must provide abortions for women whose lives are at risk due to … more
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