Losing American jobs: Carrier goes to Mexico
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Losing American jobs: Carrier goes to Mexico

Carrier has been manufacturing furnaces out of Indianapolis, Indiana since the 1950s, producing 10,000 a…

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Nearly half of Great Barrier Reef expected to die in next month
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Nearly half of Great Barrier Reef expected to die in next month

An aerial survey shows that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is 95 percent bleached, and half…

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Cradle of civilization: Syrian Army retakes ancient city of Palmyra
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Cradle of civilization: Syrian Army retakes ancient city of Palmyra

Islamic State forces rampaged through the Syrian city of Palmyra last year, destroying ancient Christian…

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Southern California vulnerable to massive quake
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Southern California vulnerable to massive quake

The infamous San Andreas Fault runs 810 miles long ‒ from the tip of northern…

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Karaoke while black: ACLU lawyers kicked out of California bar
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Karaoke while black: ACLU lawyers kicked out of California bar

Two ACLU lawyers, both women of color, were kicked out of a San Francisco-area bar…

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NYPD kills teacher, blames him for crossing street
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NYPD kills teacher, blames him for crossing street

61-year-old teacher Felix Coss was killed while legally crossing the street in a crosswalk with…

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FishTank: The CNN circus & Bernie’s surge
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FishTank: The CNN circus & Bernie’s surge

Democrats won’t hold another primary until April 5, following Bernie Sanders’ triumphs in Alaska, Hawaii…

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Far-right disrupts Brussels vigil as manhunt continues
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Far-right disrupts Brussels vigil as manhunt continues

Anti-immigration protesters interrupted solemn moments at a vigil in Brussels with Nazi salutes and nationalist…

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Pentagon dragging its feet on Gitmo releases?
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Pentagon dragging its feet on Gitmo releases?

The Center for Constitutional Rights has accused the Pentagon of dragging its feet on the…

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Pakistan attack: Taliban too weak to go after government and military?
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Pakistan attack: Taliban too weak to go after government and military?

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has condemned the deadly suicide bombing of a playground on…

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