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Bernie Sanders Exceeds Obama's Historic 2008 Run in Crowds, Donors and Polling

In key areas, Sanders is actually ahead of the insurgent campaign Obama ran. When Bernie Sanders announced he would be running for president late in the spring of 2015, many observers didn't take him seriously, making analogies to failed...Show More Summary

American Jets Continually Violate Swedish Airspace

According to the Swedish Ministry of Defence, for the last five years the country’s air boundaries have been violated by US aircraft several times. Political analyst Ivan Konovalov believes that some in the nation's leadership see the current situation as dangerous.

Russian Generals Expect MH17 Crash Report to Be Biased

Russian military officials responsible for the air defense do not expect the Dutch Safety Board’s final report on the MH17 flight crash to be objective.

Russia’s EU Envoy, EU Agriculture Commissioner Discuss Food Trade

Russia's EU envoy Vladimir Chizhov met Monday with Phil Hogan, the member of the European Commission in charge of agriculture and rural development, the Russian Permanent Mission to the European Union said in a statement.

Up to 9,000 Protesters Attend Pegida Anti-Refugee Rally in Dresden

Some 7,500-9,000 residents of the German city of Dresden attended a Pegida anti-refugee rally on Monday, local media reported citing organizers’ estimate.

UK Foreign Ministry Dissatisfied With Ecuador Providing Asylum to Assange

The UK Foreign Office summoned the Ecuadorean ambassador on Monday to express dissatisfaction with the country's embassy in London providing asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, the ministry said in a statement.

WATCH: John Oliver Lets Big Oil Have It: North Dakota Boom Is Literally Killing People

North Dakota is so sketchy "FIFA just found the location of its new international headquarters!" Oliver said. In Sunday evening’s Last Week Tonight, John Oliver went after the state of North Dakota, or as he called it, “south of Canada.” The state has been experiencing both a boom and bust thanks to an uptick in oil drilling and fracking. Show More Summary

“Stick person,” “Skinny bitch,” “Giraffe”: Stop bullying me for being thin

I support women of all sizes, but the notion that "real women have curves" has made my life hell

It’s not all about you, Bruce and Bono: This is why the Rock Hall is so lame

It's also not the Boss' fault. But as long as Hall of Fame favors personalities over impact, it gets history wrong

Love “Fargo” but hate “True Detective?”: Inside the good, the bad and the ugly of TV’s prestige anthology shows

The origins and quality of these shows, which include "American Horror Story" and "American Crime," vary wildly

Dying is never easy: Assisted suicide doesn’t necessarily help us have a “good death”

I've worked in hospice and I watched both of my parents die—and I'm still ambivalent about California's new law

Needling Obama for More Wars

Exclusive: Rather than encourage a healthy, wide-ranging debate on world affairs, the mainstream U.S. news media prevents any serious deviation from Official Washington’s war-loving “group thinks,” a task undertaken by CBS’ Steve Kroft in a hostile interview with President Obama, reports Robert Parry. Show More Summary

Final Report on MH17 Crash in Ukraine to Be Released October 13

The final report on the 2014 crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine will be released on Tuesday by the Dutch Safety Board (DSB).

Saving Face: Will Washington Dare Intervene Further in Syria?

It seems that Washington politicians no longer cherish illusions about US policy regarding Syria: as a $500 million train-and-equip program for “moderate” rebels was declared a failure on a governmental level, the administration is now forced to make the next step, choosing between evenly unpopular steps.

Finland Becomes Third Popular Country for Asylum Seekers in EU

Finland have become the third amid EU countries most popular with asylum seekers, media reported Monday, citing the country's Immigration Service.

Iran, Japan to Expand Cooperation on Issues of Nuclear Safety - Japanese FM

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida agreed on Monday to expand cooperation in the field of nuclear safety after the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Iran’s nuclear program, Mehr news agency reported.

US 'Disappointed' by Alleged Violations at Belarus Presidential Election

Washington welcomes presidential elections in Belarus, but says that violations of democratic principles have emerged during the process, the US Department of State deputy spokesperson said on Monday.

Man Killed by Israeli Police After Stabbing Soldier

Israeli police said on Monday an officer shot and killed a man who stabbed an Israeli soldier with a knife on a bus in order to seize his gun.

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