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Clinton Email Scandal Covered on Univision, Telemundo, MundoFox

U.S. Inspector General findings that Hillary Clinton evidently mishandled - and potentially compromised - national security information through her rogue email practices as secretary of state of the United States were the subject of scrutiny on the nation’s top Spanish-language networks. Show More Summary

Clinton highlights renewable energy initiative but stops short of commenting on Keystone XL

Hillary Clinton was in Iowa Monday laying out her renewable energy vision for the nation. The Democratic presidential contender is proposing that every home in the United States be powered by renewable sources by 2027. Her plan calls...Show More Summary

Google, Goldman Among Others Committing $140B To Fight Climate Change

Less than five months away from the United Nations Global climate change conference in Paris, the White House has organized a coalition of private-sector companies to substantially fund solutions to Read More The post Google, Goldman Among Others Committing $140B To Fight Climate Change appeared first on Ecorazzi.

From Apple To Walmart, Over A Dozen Of The Biggest Businesses In The U.S. Sign On To White House Climate Pledge

A huge number of the world’s nations are coming together in Paris this December to negotiate an agreement to stem emissions and forestall further climate change. Ahead of this winter’s United Nations talks, however, some well-known names...Show More Summary

Meet Mallory Pugh, the Future of the United States Women's National Team

Mallory Pugh is the No. 1-ranked prospect for her class in a country that just won the planet's most coveted trophy in its most popular sport. In a matter of years, the Highlands Ranch, Colorado, native will be expected to help lead the United States women's national team to gold medals and potentially another World Cup. Show More Summary

Why Tom Cruise's Most Exciting New Movie Comes After 'Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation'

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 25: Tom Cruise with fans as he attends the UK Fan Screening of 'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' at the IMAX Waterloo on July 25, 2015 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures) This Thursday night sees the debut of Mission: [...]

Jurgen Klinsmann is a bad coach, but the USMNT needs him

The United States would be in great shape with Jurgen Klinsmann as technical director. Unfortunately, he wanted to be the coach too. That stinks, but it's a worthwhile sacrifice for U.S. Soccer. The United States men's national team's...Show More Summary

U.N. hopes to boost aid to Aden as Yemen frontline moves north

GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations hopes to massively scale up aid to Aden now that fighting has all but stopped in the Yemeni port city, the U.N. official in charge of humanitarian aid to Yemen said after a weekend trip to the c...

Syria Civil War leaves Civilians with Water Cut-offs, Raw Sewage in Rivers

By Kanya D’Almeida | (Inter Press Service) | – – UNITED NATIONS (IPS) – Caught in the grips of a summer heat-wave, in a season that is seeing record-high temperatures worldwide, residents…

Military Weekend 3

The islands of Hawai’i are one of America’s favorite vacation destinations. They are also some of our most strategic national security assets and home to the United States Pacific Command (USPACOM), a command whose area of responsibility covers about half the earth’s surface, from the shores of California and Alaska to India, from Antarctica to [...]Show More Summary

Water Rip-Off! Belfast Hotel Charges £26 for Bottle of Melted Ice

According to the United Nations, 783 million people lack access to clean water, and 2.5 billion people worldwide have inadequate sanitation. At the same time, the cataclysm of climate change grows ever nearer as the narcissistic complacency of our species prevents the collective action necessary to head off future degradation. Read more...

Cuba tones down anti-U.S. rhetoric on revolution's main holiday

SANTIAGO, Cuba (Reuters) - Cuban leaders pledged to keep socialism alive but toned down the anti-U.S. rhetoric at Cuba's first national holiday since re-establishing diplomatic relations with the United States on July 20.

Obama Walks Fine Line in Kenya on LGBTI Rights

By Aruna Dutt | (Inter Press Service) | – – UNITED NATIONS, Jul 25 2015 (IPS) – U.S. President Barack Obama spoke in Nairobi at the end of a two-day visit Saturday,…

USMNT Finish Gold Cup on Sour Note, Drawing a Disappointing Tournament to an End

The United States men's national team completed its disappointing campaign at the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup in appropriate style on Saturday, laboring to a 1-1 draw with Panama before losing to the Canaleros 3-2 in a penalty shootout. The result will be disappointing to fans, and it will give new ammunition to critics of U.S. Show More Summary

World Cup preliminary draw places United States with Trinidad and Tobago in Group C

As it completes one CONCACAF tournament, the U.S. men’s national soccer team Saturday learned more about its opponents for the next major regional competition, the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying stage. At the preliminary draw in St. Petersburg, Russia, the Americans were placed in Group C of the semifinal round with Trinidad and Tobago. The […]

What the World Cup qualifying draw means for the USMNT

The 2018 FIFA World Cup preliminary draw was held Saturday in Russia, and the United States men’s national team was drawn into Group C (...)

Women’s League Rides a Surge from the U.S. Team’s World Cup Success

The National Women’s Soccer League is seeing a surge in interest following the United States’ success in the Women’s World Cup.

U.N. asks South Sudan to allow aid flows on Nile

JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudan should lift restrictions on transporting aid supplies using the River Nile, a vital mode of movement in the war-torn country that has almost no proper roads, the United Nations' humanitarian chief said on Saturday.

FAO calls for $20 million to prevent spread of AI in Africa

The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) calls for $20 million to prevent the spread of avian influenza in West Africa. The call follows outbreaks of the virus in poultry farms, markets and family holdings in Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Niger, Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana.

You + U.S. Youth Observer Program = Your Voice at the United Nations

Think of the most pressing challenges facing young people around the world today: violent extremism, humanitarian and health crises, civil unrest, sexual orientation and gender discrimination, climate change, among others.

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