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American University Attacked In Kabul, Afghanistan: At Least 1 Reported Dead, 18 Wounded [Breaking]

47 minutes agoNews : The Inquisitr - News

The American University was attacked today, August 24, in Kabul Afghanistan. At least one person has already been reported dead, and 18 have been severely wounded. Security forces exchanged gunfire with the attackers. The gunfire was reported to be in the vicinity of the university and was confirmed by the Kabul police force. Show More Summary

US Treasury blasts European tax probe of multinationals

The Treasury Department released a report Wednesday that complains the investigations disproportionately target U.S. companies and could end up costing American taxpayers if companies are forced to pay higher taxes in Europe.

RE Tech Week to host first MIPIM PropTech Summit in North America

This fall, Reed Midem and MetaProp NYC are joining forces to deliver the first North American MIPIM PropTech Summit during Real Estate Tech Week in New York City. The MIPIM PropTech Summit is a private, invitation-only conference. Presenting...Show More Summary

Could a President Clinton force down drug prices by executive action? Yes, and here's how.

1 hour agoHealth : Booster Shots

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton brought down the hammer on drug makers last week, promising to “take on” drug companies that charge Americans the highest prices in the world for drugs developed in part with government funds. “Your tax dollars helped support the research that is used to create...

US Assisting Afghan Forces in Non-Combat Role Amid University Attack

A small number of US military personnel are advising the Afghan security forces’ response to an attack on the American University in Kabul, but are not playing a combat role, US Resolute Support Director of Public Affairs Col. Michael Lawhorn told Sputnik on Wednesday.

The Macaroni in 'Yankee Doodle' is Not What You Think

An engraving of a "macaroni's dressing room," from 1772. (Photo: Wellcome Images, London/CC BY 4.0) Generations of American kids forced to sing “Yankee Doodle” have grown up justifiably puzzled by its lyrics. Though the song, set to an upbeat melody, appears to satirize Americans, it is today treated as a patriotic anthem. Show More Summary

Lunch Links: Tax Increases to Close Budget Gaps Up for Debate in New Mexico and Kansas; Strike Force to Switch Off Fake IRS Robocalls

Today is August 24, the date in 1814 when British troops during the War of 1812 pushed aside American militia at Bladensburg, Md., marched into Washington, D.C., and set fire to government buildings including the Treasury. They alsoShow More Summary

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North Korea Test-Fires Missile, Possibly From Submarine, Toward Japan

18 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

If the submarine claim is verified, the test would represent a significant advance in the North’s ability to strike American and allied forces.

El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala launch force to confront gangs

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala will launch a new force aimed at combating criminal gangs and drug traffickers next month, presidents of the three Central American nations agreed on Tuesday.

Rafting Gone Wrong: 1,500 American Partiers Turn Canadian Refugees During Annual Float Down

Canada was forced to set up a temporary refugee camp this weekend for an estimated 1,500 Americans on inflatable rafts who were blown off course during an annual St. Clair River float down. High winds and heavy rains turned this year’s Port Huron Float Down into an international incident Sunday afternoon when Canada had to... Show More Summary

Chuck Yeager, Famed American Pilot, Is Winning Twitter

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

Retired U.S. Air Force General and famed test pilot Chuck Yeager is writing the greatest Twitter account that you're not reading.

Hillary Opera Won’t Be Over ‘Till Fat Lady Sings’ – In Federal Court

Americans must smoke out renegade Congressional Republicans and force action on Independent Counsel Reauthorization Act of 2016, H.R. 5271. This post Hillary Opera Won’t Be Over ‘Till Fat Lady Sings’ – In Federal Court appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

American Soldier Is Killed by Bomb Near Besieged Afghan City

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

United States forces have been drawn more heavily into the defense of Lashkar Gah, the Helmand provincial capital under direct threat by the Taliban.

U.S. troop killed on joint patrol with Afghan forces

American service member succumbed to injuries inflicted by one of the biggest killers in Afghanistan: IEDs

Argentine Air Force Looks Near and Far in Replacement of Military Planes

The US Department of Defense has announced the beginning of negotiations to sell American military aircraft to Argentina, in what has already provoked an outcry in the media.

US soldier killed in southern Afghanistan during anti-Taliban operation

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

An American soldier was killed Tuesday during an anti-Taliban operation near the capital of the southern Afghan province of Helmand, US-led NATO forces said. The news comes after NATO on Monday announced the deployment of around 100 US troops to Lashkar Gah to help head off a potential Taliban...

Where Did All These Republicans GO?

The greatest missing persons mystery in American history is not D.B. Cooper or Joseph Force Crater or even the Roanoke Island colony. No, the greatest missing persons mystery in American history happened sometime between the end of 2008...Show More Summary

Assad regime bombs U.S.-backed forces in latest Syrian battle

Until now, the U.S. has merely backed Kurdish troops fighting against the Assad regime's forces in Syria's civil war. But as fighting heats up, American forces may be pulled directly into the fray. Holly Williams has more.

The Toy Box: Ghostbusters, The Force Awakens, American Psycho, Jaws, Batman 1966, TMNT 2 & More

The Toy Box is a recurring feature at /Film that rounds up some of the newest and coolest collectibles, decorations, gadgets and other memorabilia that you nerds might want for your shelves. Today we’ve got a set of some of the bestShow More Summary

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