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Suspected car bomb kills at least eight outside Colombian police academy

Suspected car bomb kills at least eight outside Colombian police academy

A car bomb exploded outside a police academy on Bogota, Colombia on Thursday leaving at least eight dead and 10 injured, the city's mayor Enrique Penalosa said.
Amazon investors press company to stop selling 'racially biased' surveillance tech to government agencies

Amazon investors press company to stop selling 'racially biased' surveillance tech to government agencies

A group of Amazon shareholders is pushing the tech giant to stop selling its controversial facial recognition technology to U.S. government agencies on the same week that a coalition of 85 human
Jessie James Decker opens up about her sex life, reveals husband didn't know about nude photo

Jessie James Decker opens up about her sex life, reveals husband didn't know about nude photo

Jessie James Decker is not being shy about sharing her love life on social media with her many followers. Recently, she posted a passionate kiss between her and Eric Decker after explaining that her
Three Mexican presidents linked to El Chapo corruption as trial raises bribery claims

Three Mexican presidents linked to El Chapo corruption as trial raises bribery claims

The trial of Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has raised allegations of bribes paid to three Mexican presidents.
Woman suing Outback Steakhouse claims sweet potato contained shard of glass

Woman suing Outback Steakhouse claims sweet potato contained shard of glass

This isn’t anybody’s idea of a loaded baked potato.
Carolina Panthers' Christian McCaffrey sending two Army veterans to Super Bowl

Carolina Panthers' Christian McCaffrey sending two Army veterans to Super Bowl

Carolina Panthers star Christian McCaffrey said Wednesday he is partnering with USAA and the Wounded Warriors Project to help two Army veterans go to the Super Bowl.
Ancient 150,000-year-old buffalo skull found in England

Ancient 150,000-year-old buffalo skull found in England

A prehistoric 150,000-year-old skull that once belonged to an extinct giant buffalo has been found deep in the cold ground of an English quarry.
Turkey deports Dutch journalist over alleged links to terror organization

Turkey deports Dutch journalist over alleged links to terror organization

Dutch journalist Johanna “Ans” Boersma was deported from Turkey on Thursday over alleged links to a terror organization, the newspaper she worked for said.
The Atlantic calls for impeachment as mainstream media continues to lead charge against Trump

The Atlantic calls for impeachment as mainstream media continues to lead charge against Trump

The Atlantic unveiled its latest cover story on Thursday as the mainstream media continues to lead the charge to impeach President Trump.
Michael Cohen levels new allegation, claims he worked to rig online polls at Trump’s direction

Michael Cohen levels new allegation, claims he worked to rig online polls at Trump’s direction

Michael Cohen, the president’s former fixer who was recently sentenced to three years in prison, leveled a new allegation Thursday at President Trump by claiming his former boss directed him to rig
Freshman GOP Sen. Hawley demands answers from FBI after bombshell Russia probe report

Freshman GOP Sen. Hawley demands answers from FBI after bombshell Russia probe report

Freshman Republican Sen. Josh Hawley on Thursday demanded answers from the FBI over a new report that the bureau opened a counterintelligence investigation into President Trump to probe whether he was
Kamala Harris’ career, from California district attorney to the Senate

Kamala Harris’ career, from California district attorney to the Senate

Kamala Harris’ rise to political power started in California, where she served as a district attorney and attorney general for the state. And it might culminate in a 2020 presidential run.
Huge explosion at French university's science building caught on camera, three injured

Huge explosion at French university's science building caught on camera, three injured

An enormous explosion shocked students and staff at the University of Lyon in southeastern France on Thursday morning, leaving three people injured.
Germs bassist Lorna Doom dead at 61

Germs bassist Lorna Doom dead at 61

The bassist for the punk rock band Germs, Lorna Doom, has died. She was 61.
After Bird Box challenge, YouTube tells creators not to be idiots

After Bird Box challenge, YouTube tells creators not to be idiots

Are you thinking of trying something stupid, like the Bird Box challenge, to get views on YouTube?
Model shows off her ostomy bags in photo shoot, hopes to inspire others

Model shows off her ostomy bags in photo shoot, hopes to inspire others

Jearlean Taylor has been left with two permanent ostomy bags but that hasn’t stopped her from pursuing her dreams of becoming a model.
Push for 'Otto Warmbier Way' outside North Korea’s UN Mission picks up steam

Push for 'Otto Warmbier Way' outside North Korea’s UN Mission picks up steam

In a defiant gesture aimed at Kim Jong Un's regime, New York City Councilman Joe Borelli wants the street where the North Korean Mission to the United Nations is located to be renamed "Otto Warmbier
Rain spotted on Saturn's moon Titan, which may be home to alien life

Rain spotted on Saturn's moon Titan, which may be home to alien life

Saturn's moon Titan, which some scientists have theorized could be the home to extraterrestrial life due to the presence of surface liquid, is providing another surprise to researchers — the sight of
Banksy-style artwork of rat holding umbrella at Tokyo rail station could be artist's latest

Banksy-style artwork of rat holding umbrella at Tokyo rail station could be artist's latest

A Banksy-style artwork of a rat holding an umbrella at a rail station in Japan could be the elusive British artist’s latest discovered work, local officials claim.