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US Navy adds largest-ever warship as Asian militaries beef up

24.07.2017 - 05:06

Dozens dead after Kabul bomb attack
At least 24 people have been killed in a car bomb attack in Kabul on Monday morning, according to an Afghan Interior Ministry spokesman. At least 42 others were injured in the blast.
24.07.2017 - 08:05

Sunday

'A lot of blood in the ground': US faces deepening Afghanistan challenge
The plume of smoke and dust rose over the runway, high above the now-deserted but once costly and vital control towers.
23.07.2017 - 21:06

Monday

Scaramucci: Trump still unsure of Russia meddling
Newly minted White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci said on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday that President Donald Trump still does not accept the intelligence community's conclusion that Russia attempted to influence the 2016 election.
24.07.2017 - 04:46

Sunday

William and Harry regret their last words with Princess Diana

23.07.2017 - 20:02

New security cameras at Jerusalem holy site risk inflaming further protests, clashes

23.07.2017 - 19:03

Polish protesters demand president veto judicial bill

23.07.2017 - 21:36

Monday

8 people found dead in sweltering tractor-trailer

24.07.2017 - 04:05

Friday

How China is doubling-down on internet censorship
As Liu Xiaobo, the Chinese Nobel Peace Prize laureate, lay dying in a heavily-guarded hospital last month, there was little mention of his fate in China.
21.07.2017 - 17:08

Sunday

UAE eases restrictions on some Qatari media

23.07.2017 - 17:35

Longtime Russian diplomat heads home
Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak left the United States for Russia on Saturday after concluding his tour of service as ambassador to the US, a spokesman for the Russian Embassy said,
23.07.2017 - 16:26

Can Trump stop Mueller's Russia investigation?

23.07.2017 - 19:00

UK trade deal harder than Trump thinks

23.07.2017 - 13:11

Thousands of German revelers celebrate legalization of gay marriage

23.07.2017 - 14:16

Thursday

China's ambitious naval strategy comes to Europe

01.01.1970 - 01:00

Sunday

'Home Alone' actor John Heard dies
Actor John Heard, best known for playing the father in the "Home Alone" movies, has died, the Santa Clara County, California, medical examiner's office said.
23.07.2017 - 02:46

Monday

Shenzhen's never-ending skyscraper boom
It rises like a mirage as you pass the fallow fields and fish ponds of outer Hong Kong: a wall of skyscrapers shimmering in the distance. This is Shenzhen, which has grown from a small fishing village into a major financial and technology hub in less than 40 years.
24.07.2017 - 07:07

Saturday

Starbucks customer takes on armed robber
A Starbucks customer in California tried to stop an armed robbery with a metal chair. The suspect was found bleeding nearby and was arrested.
22.07.2017 - 16:43

Sunday

These numbers should make US Democrats uneasy
There's plenty of good news for Democrats and bad news for Donald Trump in an avalanche of new polling released this week.
23.07.2017 - 20:45

Are German car companies running a cartel?
Antitrust officials confirmed Saturday that they are investigating claims that the country's major carmakers may have been operating a cartel since the 1990s, colluding on everything from vehicle development and engines, to suppliers and diesel emissions systems.
23.07.2017 - 21:17

Friday

Legend of the yellow jersey

21.07.2017 - 19:23

Sunday

Pokemon Go fest beset with tech issues
Pokemon Go fans and players attend the first festival devoted to the mobile game, the Pokemon Go Fest, being held in Chicago's Grant Park.
23.07.2017 - 02:29

Monday

Weird world of Japanese robots
The Japanese government is in the midst of what it's calling a "Robot Revolution Initiative" -- a five-year-plan backed by more than 400 businesses and other organizations to grow its robotics market to over $21 billion.
03.07.2017 - 09:57

Sunday

Where elderly take care of each other because no one else will
In a elementary school turned nursing home, Tasaka Keichi jokes with a group of cheerful old women.
23.07.2017 - 02:10

Saturday

Layoffs start at factory Trump helped save
Donald Trump helped convince Carrier not to move its Indianpolis furnace plant to Mexico, but now the company is eliminating hundreds of jobs. CNN's Martin Savidge has the story.
22.07.2017 - 23:29

Tuesday

Airline industry's huge waste problem

18.07.2017 - 11:57

Sunday

90 hospitalized during rap concert
More than 90 people were hospitalized in Connecticut during a concert headlined by musician Chance the Rapper, authorities said.
23.07.2017 - 21:02

Saturday

'Wonder Woman' sequel is a go

22.07.2017 - 23:27

N Korea threats spur Hawaii anti-nuke tests
Hawaii is set to become the first state in the US to test an "attack- warning" system in the event of a North Korean nuclear missile strike.
22.07.2017 - 11:44

Friday

Foods that can suppress appetite, aid weight loss
Whether it's turning to supplements, juices or new challenging workouts, it seems everyone is looking for the magic weight loss bullet. But sometimes, losing weight may just be a matter of tweaking your diet -- and eating foods that work for you, not against you.
21.07.2017 - 12:31

Wednesday

Home builds itself in minutes
Building a house is a lifelong dream for some. And thanks to new flat-pack homes, it's one that can be achieved -- in under ten minutes.
19.07.2017 - 09:24

Saturday

This could redeem Sean Spicer

22.07.2017 - 11:17

Friday

The swimmer Phelps wouldn't want to race

21.07.2017 - 18:23

Monday

Gel is 5X stronger than steel

17.07.2017 - 04:14

Thursday

$1.5 million flying car
Slovakian company AeroMobil has been developing a car capable of transforming into a plane in just three minutes. They plan on delivering the first models in 2020, if it can overcome regulatory scrutiny.
20.07.2017 - 05:50

Friday

How much should you drink to stay hydrated during exercise?
How much should you drink to stay hydrated during exercise?
21.07.2017 - 12:11

Tuesday

Gruesome apocalyptic visions
Today, we accept eclipses, meteor showers, plagues and unseasonable weather to be natural phenomena, easily explained away by science. But during the more religious and superstitious Renaissance period, these phenomena were often considered signs from God.
18.07.2017 - 02:14

Friday

The airport of the future is here
With air traffic increasing worldwide each year, finding ways to make aviation more environmentally friendly has become crucial.
14.07.2017 - 11:34

Erdogan will regret alienating Angela Merkel
Over the past few months, relations between Turkey and Germany have become increasingly fraught.
21.07.2017 - 15:47

Saturday

Man plays guitar through own brain surgery
A musician played the guitar while undergoing brain surgery to fix cramping in his fingers, according to the surgeon who conducted the operation in India.
22.07.2017 - 15:03

Thursday

Woman takes the same travel photos 30 years later
You can't revisit the past, but thanks to modern photography, you can try to recreate it. Just ask Lisa Werner.
20.07.2017 - 11:39

Friday

Why you should see 'Dunkirk' in 70mm

21.07.2017 - 20:07

Fate of Afro Germans under Nazis
In 1937, mixed race children living in the Rhineland were tracked down by the Gestapo and sterilized on "secret order." Some were later the subject of medical experiments, while others vanished.
21.07.2017 - 20:20

Body of Salvador Dali exhumed for paternity test
The body of Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dali was exhumed Thursday, following a Madrid court ruling in favor of a woman who claims to be his daughter.
21.07.2017 - 21:46

Thursday

See in 360°: Men mine sulfur inside a volcano

01.01.1970 - 01:00

How much sleep is enough?

01.01.1970 - 01:00

Friday

Why Jack Ma went to Kenya with 38 Chinese billionaires
Jack Ma, Asia's richest man and founder of Alibaba Group is on a two-day trip to east Africa, visiting Kenya and Rwanda with 38 fellow Chinese billionaires, all no doubt poised with expensive fountain pens, ready to ink billion dollar deals.
21.07.2017 - 19:01

Are you wearing a stolen watch?
It's not a topic watch guys like to discuss when they swap tales at enthusiasts' fairs like SalonQP or RedBar's collector get-togethers, but every one of them knows someone who's had a treasured piece stolen. Few collectors are dismissive of insurance policies and the need for a decent safe, but even so, watches are stolen from hotel rooms, gym lockers and other seemingly safe environments.
21.07.2017 - 10:31

Monday

US Navy adds largest-ever warship as Asian militaries beef up
The United States has just sent "a 100,000-ton message to the world," says US President Donald Trump.
24.07.2017 - 06:55