Google, Twitter, Facebook Failing on Extremism, U.K. Panel Says

Bloomberg | 2016-08-25

Internet companies including Google Inc., Twitter Inc. and Facebook Inc. are failing in their duty to block extremist content that promotes terrorism and violence, U.K. lawmakers said. The companies should employ more staff to police content and British law-enforcement agencies should have extra...

US intelligence still sorting out NSA hack

The Associated Press | 2016-08-25

YORBA LINDA, Calif. (AP) -- The U.S. is still probing the extent of a recent cyber leak of what purports to be hacking tools used by the National Security Agency, the nation&aposs top intelligence official said Wednesday. "We are still sorting this...

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Clinton pitches national fund to deal with outbreaks like Zika

The Miami Herald | 2016-08-24

In response to Miami’s rash of Zika infections, Hillary Clinton on Wednesday will propose the creation of a public-health fund with money available year-round to quickly respond to disease outbreaks. The Democratic presidential candidate cited congressional inaction on Zika, the mosquito-borne virus...

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Hope Solo suspended from national team for 6 months

The Miami Herald | 2016-08-25

U.S. women's national team goalkeeper Hope Solo has been suspended for six months for what U.S. Soccer termed conduct...

League Cup: Liverpool steamroll Burton Albion, Chelsea manage a win over Briston Rovers

DNA India | 2016-08-24

--> Wed, 24 Aug 2016-12:52pm , PTI EPL sides go through to the next stage Daniel Sturridge scored twice as Liverpool strolled into the League Cup third round with a 5-0 win at Burton Albion on Tuesday, while Chelsea edged third-tier Bristol Rovers 3-2. Divock Origi, Roberto Firmino and Sturridge all...

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WorldNews.com | 2016-08-25

Probe Finds Both Assad and ISIS Carried Out Chemical Attacks in Syria

A team sent by the U.N. Security Council to identify who was responsible for chemical attacks while the country suffers through a drastic civil war in 2014 and...

Voa News | 2016-08-25

4 Iranian Vessels Sped Close to a US Ship, Navy Says

Four Iranian Revolutionary Guard vessels sped close to a U.S. guided missile destroyer in international waters Tuesday in an "unsafe and unprofessional"...

WorldNews.com | 2016-08-25

North Korea Boasts Missile Launch Was "Greatest Success"

The North Korean leader Kim Yong Un declared the supervision of a test firing of a submarine-launched ballistic missile "the greatest success" and that the...

WorldNews.com | 2016-08-25

Pregnancy-Related Deaths Rise In U.S., Bucking Worldwide Trend, Study Finds

Maternal mortality rates are declining worldwide, but the situation for women in the United States is a glaring exception, particularly in Texas, CNN reports....

WorldNews.com | 2016-08-24

Explorers Unable To Find Nazi Gold Train, Tunnel In Walbrzych

Explorers hoping to strike paydirt by finding a legendary Nazi “gold train” in Poland had their hopes dashed Wednesday when, after an extensive digging project,...

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CDC Declares Sepsis A 'Medical Emergency'

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has declared the deadly blood infection sepsis a “medical emergency,” The Inquisitr reports. Sepsis can...

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Alternet | 2016-08-24

Move Over Cigarettes: Ramen Is the New Major Currency in U.S. Prisons

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Alternet | 2016-08-24

Amber Heard Was the Perfect 'Victim'—and Perfect Still Isn't Good Enough

She did everything by the book, from documenting Depp's rage to donating her settlement—and she's...

Alternet | 2016-08-24

No, Trump Is Not Really Changing His Racist Tune

When Trump repudiates his racist followers, we’ll know he’s serious. Soon after Donald Trump’s...

Adbusters | 2016-08-24

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