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Justice Breyer Couldn't Save Richard Glossip, But He Won The Day Anyway

23 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

When lawyers for Richard Glossip filed a last-minute request with the Supreme Court late Tuesday to halt his execution, the justices were already familiar with his name. In June, a splintered court rejected a constitutional challenge...Show More Summary

Ship With 28 Americans Aboard Vanishes In Bermuda Triangle, Coast Guard Search Continues

A cargo ship called the El Faro has vanished in the Bermuda Triangle near the Crooked Island, Bahamas. The ship had 28 Americas aboard along with three Polish crew members. The El Faro, which was carrying cars, left Florida and was destined for San Juan, Puerto Rico when it went missing in the infamous Bermuda... Show More Summary

Vatican Fires Priest After He Comes Out as Gay

"I have to say who I am. I am a gay priest. I am a happy and proud gay priest"

Aguero's five takes Man City top of the league

Striker scores five goals in 20 minutes in demolition of Newcastle in the English Premier League.

Context does not make Jeb’s ‘stuff happens’ better

yesterdayNews : ComPost

Jeb Bush was heavily criticized Friday for saying “stuff happens” in response to Thursday’s deadly mass shooting. Speaking about the tragedy in Oregon during a forum Friday he remarked: “I had this challenge as governor because we had — look, stuff happens,” he said at a forum in South Carolina. “There’s always a crisis and […]

U.S. Airstrike on Doctors Without Borders Hospital in Afghanistan Kills Nine

The United States is coming under heavy criticism on Saturday after apparently launching a pre-dawn airstrike on a Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) hospital in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz that killed nine of the charity’s local staff members. Show More Summary

Fate Of Cargo Ship Unknown As Hurricane Joaquin Batters Bahamas

The fate of more than 30 crew aboard a cargo ship missing off the Bahamas in heavy seas whipped up by Hurricane Joaquin was unknown on Friday as the storm battered the island chain for a second day. News the vessel had lost contact with shore came as forecasters shifted the likely track of the potentially catastrophic storm further away from the U.S. Show More Summary

Donald Trump Refuses To Meet Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce?

Why did Donald Trump pass on a question and answer session with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce? It depends on which side you ask, as you’ll get two different (and decidedly heated) answers. Trump said in an interview with CNN on Friday that he never actually agreed to meet with members of the Hispanic Chamber... Show More Summary

Obama Says Oregon Shooting ‘Routine,’ Calls For More Gun-Safety Laws

President Barack Obama recently spoke about the shooting in Roseburg, Oregon, explaining that mass shootings were so frequent they were becoming routine – along with the response afterward. He called for expanded gun control measures, echoing the sentiments of the majority of Americans, but not some of the residents of Roseburg. Show More Summary

Supreme Court Responds To Man On Death Row After Man Is Already Dead

The Supreme Court on Friday issued a posthumous response to Alfredo Prieto, a serial killer on Virginia's death row whose lawyers had petitioned the court several times to put his execution on hold. In the short, unsigned order, theShow More Summary

Firefighters union abandons plans to endorse Clinton for president: NY Times

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

The International Association of Fire Fighters, a politically powerful labor union, has abandoned its initial plans to endorse Democrat Hillary Clinton for U.S. president, the New York Times reported on Friday. Citing union sources, the Times said the Clinton campaign was told on Monday by IAFF...

Hillary Clinton: I Learn Something About Myself From 'SNL' Impersonations

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is excited to appear on "Saturday Night Live" this week, but wouldn't say whether she prefers Amy Poehler or Kate McKinnon's impersonations of her more. While Clinton said that she was more familiar with Poehler's impressions of her, she added that she looked forward to seeing more of McKinnon's. Show More Summary

9 staffers dead after Doctors Without Borders' Afghan clinic bombed

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Nine local staffers for Doctors Without Borders were killed and 30 were missing after an explosion near their hospital in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz that may have been caused by a U.S. airstrike.

How ‘Steve Jobs’ Survived the Sony Hack

Oscar-winning filmmaker Danny Boyle opens up how his excellent biopic on the late Apple co-founder and product visionary beat the odds to see the light of day.

Colbert gets serious on mass shooting ‘insanity': ‘We change nothing and pretend it won’t happen again’

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Starting out lighthearted before turning serious, Late Show host Stephen Colbert addressed the public’s response to the mass shooting in Oregon, saying  it as the U.S. suffers from a type on national insanity. Describing his career on Comedy Central as years of pretending to be a certain...

Hurricane Joaquin lashes the Bahamas

The tenth named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season causes widespread flooding throughout the Bahamas.

Russia says Air Force made over 20 flights in Syria in past 24 hours: agencies

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Air Force made over 20 flights in Syria in the past 24 hours and targeted nine Islamic State objects, Russian news agencies cited a Defense Ministry official as saying on Saturday.

British boy, 15, gets life sentence for inciting Anzac Day attack in Australia

LONDON (Reuters) - A 15-year-old boy, thought to be the youngest Briton to be convicted of a terrorism offense, was given a life sentence on Friday for inciting an attack on a World War One commemorative event in Australia from his bedroom in northern England.

Can anti-Muslim Bigotry Help Donald Trump Or Ben Carson Win The Republican Race?

AJ+ | (Video News Report) | – – “Donald Trump may still lead the Republican polls, but Ben Carson is now only a point behind. What do the two candidates have in…

Tennessee lieutenant governor wants ‘serious’ Christians to arm themselves after Oregon shootings

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Tennessee Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey (R) was quickly criticized after calling on Christians to arm themselves following Thursday’s mass shooting in Roseburg, Oregon. According to The Tennessean, Ramsey made the remarks on his official Facebook page. “While this is not the time for widespread...

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