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- Mashable (31 minutes ago)
As the decision to approve the Keystone XL pipeline gets pushed further and further out, attention in Washington has been trained on the alternative: delivering oil by rail.
- Marketwatch (1 hour 15 minutes ago)
- Bloomberg (2 hours ago)
- FINANCIAL TIMES (2 hours ago)
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- Bloomberg (4 hours ago)
- USA Today (11 hours ago)
The FBI is trying to find more victims of a child molester believed to have preyed on scores of students at American schools overseas — drugging, abusing and photographing them over decades in a case that may be unprecedented.
- NBC News (17 minutes ago)
In a clear sign of global warming's impact on the U.S., record-high temperatures are increasingly outnumbering record-low temperatures, a new data visualization shows.
- Mashable (30 minutes ago)
An 8-year-old Michigan boy with disabilities has been charged with two felonies following an incident where he allegedly assaulted an officer and damaged a police vehicle.
- UPI (1 hour 56 minutes ago)
Palestinian media has reported that the IAF has attacked a motorcyclist traveling in the northern Gaza Strip. According to the report, three Palestinians were wounded in the attack, which took place in the city of Beit Lahia.
- Ynet (1 hour 58 minutes ago)
- Daily Mail (2 hours ago)
Boldly describing their enterprise as the "Main Line Take Over Project," two former students of a private school in this affluent suburb of Philadelphia took on an ambitious business venture, prosecutors said.
- New York Times (2 hours ago)
If Republicans are going to win the six seats they need to take back the Senate, the South is one of the party’s most fertile battlegrounds. But in a slew of races stretching from Kentucky to Louisiana, a newNew York Times/Kaiser Family Foundation poll suggests that Democrats are holding on despite a
- US News (2 hours ago)
A seven-year-old rift between rival Palestinian factions ended Wednesday as officials from the Palestine Liberation Organization and Hamas agreed to form a unity government and call for new elections
- Times of Israel (3 hours ago)
Despite warmer weather, relatively stable interest rates and more homes coming on the market, mortgage applications fell 3.3 percent last week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
- CNBC (4 hours ago)
US ARMY PARATROOPERS arrive in Poland to kick off military exercises across Eastern Europe meant to reassure NATO allies, amid Russian meddling in Ukraine.
- Fox News (5 hours ago)
(CNN) -- A total of 142 deaths have been reported from the Ebolaoutbreak in Guinea and Liberia, the World Health Organization said.
- CNN (5 hours ago)
Two mothers’ stories — of a son who died and of a son trying to live — highlight the scourge of addiction
- Washington Post (5 hours ago)
Rebels gun down residents cowering in church and mosque, U.N. says. “Abomination,” says White House
- Washington Post (5 hours ago)
- BetaBeat (5 hours ago)
He was only a guest on the show he’s going to take over, but Stephen Colbert proved he has the right stuff to helm a late-night talk show.
- The Globe and Mail (5 hours ago)
Mr Lavrov told Russia Today it was "quite telling" that Kiev had re-launched its anti-terror operation against pro-Russian gunmen during a visit by US Vice-President Joe Biden.
- BBC (6 hours ago)
Ukraine's government said on Wednesday the United States had promised to stand by it in the face of aggression, and announced that it would press ahead with a security operation to crack down on pro-Russian armed groups.
- Reuters (6 hours ago)
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas needs to choose whether he wants peace with Israel or Hamas, because he cannot have both, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Wednesday.
- Jerusalem Post (6 hours ago)
TOKYO (REUTERS) - US President Barack Obama has assured Japan that tiny islands in the East China Sea at the heart of a territorial row with China are covered by a bilateral security treaty that obligates America to come to Japan's defence.
- Reuters (6 hours ago)
Chinese authorities say nearly 60 percent of the groundwater at sites monitored throughout the country is of poor or extremely poor quality, with excessive amounts of pollutants.
- The New Zealand Herald (7 hours ago)
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- ABC.(Australia) (7 hours ago)
With the entire climbing season increasingly thrown into doubt, the government quickly announced that top tourism officials would fly to base camp on Thursday to negotiate with the Sherpas and encourage them to return to work
- The Times of India (7 hours ago)
South Korean President Park Geun-hye asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to dissuade N. Korea from nuclear test
SEOUL, April 23 (Yonhap) -- South Korean President Park Geun-hye asked Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday to help persuade North Korea not to carry out a fourth nuclear test, her office said Wednesday, as fresh intelligence suggested that Pyongyang is fully ready for a test.
- Yonhap (7 hours ago)
Teenage heartthrob Justin Bieber courted a fresh round of controversy today, infuriating many Chinese and South Koreans when he posted on Instagram two pictures of himself visiting Japan’s Yasukuni shrine.
- South China (7 hours ago)
The construction of a contamination shield at the damaged Chernobyl nuclear power plant could be delayed amid the ongoing political crisis in the country, the CEO of aid agency Chernobyl Children International (CCI) told the Irish Independent.
- RIA Novosti (7 hours ago)
Law enforcement officials may now stop US drivers based only on the information gleaned in an anonymous tip phoned in by a caller who dialed 911, the Supreme Court ruled in a tight decision Tuesday.
- RT (7 hours ago)
There have been 26 nuclear-scale asteroid explosions in the Earth’s atmosphere between 2001 and 2013, according to a new report. The most powerful of the impacts was dozens of times the magnitude of the atom bomb that devastated Hiroshima, Japan in 1945.
- RT (7 hours ago)
Relatives of flight MH370 passengers have denounced the Malaysian government's suggestion that it would soon look into issuing death certificates for those on board despite no proof yet of what happened to the plane.
- South China (14 hours ago)
Long Island police scrambled helicopters, emergency vehicles and an army of cops to a home where someone called in a bloody rampage on Tuesday.
- NY Post (15 hours ago)
Marionville Mayor Dan Clevenger resigned Monday night for making anti-Semitic comments in the wake of the arrest of white supremacist Frazier Glenn Miller and after aldermen voted 4-1 to start the impeachment process.
- News-Leader (15 hours ago)
WASHINGTON — Millions of fugitives can pass undetected through federal background checks and buy guns illegally because police departments across the country routinely fail to put their names into a national database that tracks people on the run from the law.
- USA Today (15 hours ago)
TEXAS OFFICIALS, including Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, left, are raising alarm that the Bureau of Land Management, on the heels of its dust-up with Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, might be eyeing a massive land grab in northern Texas.
- Fox News (15 hours ago)
- NBC News (15 hours ago)
U.S. safety regulators have opened an investigation to determine if the emergency braking system on General Motors Co.'s 2014 Chevrolet Impala is defective.
- NBC News (15 hours ago)
(CNN) – The back-and-forth between Republicans and defenders of Hillary Clinton’s record as America’s top diplomat is flaring anew.
- CNN (15 hours ago)
A Venezuelan opposition coalition and President Nicolas Maduro's government will meet for new talks aimed at ending more than two months of deadly anti-government protests, officials said Tuesday.
- AFP (15 hours ago)
After decades of absolute control, Pyongyang's iron grip on the lives of ordinary citizens is finally slipping. Tania Branigan meets the people who no longer believe the propaganda
- Guardian (15 hours ago)
Syrian rebels have been sighted wielding anti-aircraft weapons in various combat sectors in the last few days. Just as on April 6 DEBKAfile was the first publication to disclose the supply of US weapons -
- Debka (16 hours ago)
A site on the Cumbrian coast where 1 million cubic meters of nuclear waste from all over the UK has been buried for the past 55 years has been declared a potential source of contamination – due to coastal erosion and rising sea levels.
- RT (16 hours ago)
U.S. Special Operations Forces piloted Yemeni commandos to raid a suspected terror site, a senior U.S. official
(CNN) -- The United States offered extensive assistance beyond drone strikes during a massive anti-terror operation in Yemen, including flying Yemeni commandos to a site where they killed scores of suspected al Qaeda members, a U.S. official said.
- CNN (17 hours ago)
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- The Independent (17 hours ago)
If you're afraid of heights, you may want to stay indoors this summer. This is the year attractions are pushing and elbowing for the titles of world's tallest, fastest, steepest, wettest …
- USA Today (17 hours ago)
In case you haven’t heard, Twitter'sTWTR -0.24% getting a whole new look. After rolling out the redesigned profile pages to a small number of users, Twitter is beginning to update its entire user base—a move it had promised weeks ago.
- Wall Street Journal (18 hours ago)
When Chinese naval supply vessel Qiandaohu entered Australia's Albany Port this month to replenish Chinese warships helping search for a missing Malaysian airliner, it highlighted a strategic headache for Beijing - its lack of offshore bases and friendly ports to call on.
- Straits Times (18 hours ago)
US frigate USS Taylor (FFG 50) has entered the Black Sea, according to the US Navy, as the Pentagon announces plans to dispatch some 600 troops to Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia for military exercises.
- RT (19 hours ago)