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The safety of his father's gun was off when he took the selfie
An unlikely English soccer championship is captivating an Asian nation
A judge ordered the block when the messaging service would not turn over data in an investigation
President Obama and Justin Trudeau were among the many who sent gifts for her first birthday
She celebrates her first birthday May 2, 2016
Someone decided to take the fun of Wi-Fi naming to a threatening level
"I worked from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at night"
"There are several proposals that are now going back to key players to sign off"
The founder of Change.org and an Oscar-winning filmmaker speak about the pursuit of truth
Four more remain in captivity
Her only complaint is that she gets a little hot standing near the fryer
He is the fifth victim in a month of what are believed to be Islamic extremist attacks
Alternative for Germany has been growing in popularity amid an influx of refugees and migrants
A change in government policy means Cuban-born passengers are now allowed to arrive in the country by sea
Barack Obama insists that the free-trade agreement known as TTIP would make life easier for U.S. and European businesses. But so far, the the wall of secrecy around the deal has mostly made people angry and confused.
At least 52 people were wounded in the explosions
The request denial shows mounting tensions in the South China Sea
At least 134 were injured
It's believed to be the largest stockpile ever destroyed
He was one of the last remaining pediatricians in the city