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Link About It: Mini T-Rex Unearthed in Montana

Link About It: Mini T-Rex Unearthed in Montana

Students at the University of Kansas have unearthed a dinosaur pelvis, segments of a jaw, teeth and skull in Montana that's accompanied by "a long-simmering controversy in paleontology." While some

BMW Subscription Service Launches For $2,000 A Month; M Models Cost $3,700

BMW's new subscription service launches in America with two tiers. |
Ex-Ford Employee Awarded Nearly $17 Million in Discrimination Lawsuit

Ex-Ford Employee Awarded Nearly $17 Million in Discrimination Lawsuit

A jury has awarded nearly $17 million to a former Ford engineer who sued the automaker for discrimination because he says two supervisors repeatedly berated and criticized him for his Arab background

Lawsuit: Immigration Detainees Have Inadequate Lawyer Access

Immigrant rights advocates accuse federal immigration authorities of making it difficult for immigrants held at two detention centers in Georgia and one in Louisiana to access and communicate with
Settlement Close in Suit Accusing NYPD of Spying on Muslims

Settlement Close in Suit Accusing NYPD of Spying on Muslims

Muslim groups that accused the New York Police Department of illegally spying on them in New Jersey after the Sept. 11 attacks appear on the verge of settling a civil rights lawsuit against the
Top Spy Official: US Will Take More Steps Against Russia

Top Spy Official: US Will Take More Steps Against Russia

The Trump administration is weighing further retaliation against Russia for meddling in the election and interfering in the affairs of the United States and its allies, the top U.S. intelligence
From Refugee Camp, Young Somali Lands Spot at Princeton

From Refugee Camp, Young Somali Lands Spot at Princeton

Last August, Asad Hussein boarded the back of a truck in Dadaab, Kenya, sitting with other passengers among sacks of beans being transported to Somalia’s capital.The truck headed east across the
Trump Still Touts Syria Pullout Amid Talks With Aides, Allies

Trump Still Touts Syria Pullout Amid Talks With Aides, Allies

The United States involvement in Syria is “coming to a rapid end,” but the White House is refusing to say when that end will come despite repeated, public calls by President Donald Trump for U.S.

2018 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell Arrives In California For $369 A Month With $2,868 Down

The Honda Clarity FCV features an electric motor and a polymer electrolyte fuel cell. |
Facebook says ‘up to 87 million’ users affected in Cambridge Analytica scandal

Facebook says ‘up to 87 million’ users affected in Cambridge Analytica scandal

Facebook revealed Wednesday that tens of millions more people might have been exposed in the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal than previously thought and said it will restrict the user data that
Amid Criticism, Trump Says No One Tougher on Russia Than Him

Amid Criticism, Trump Says No One Tougher on Russia Than Him

Amid criticism of his invitation by phone to Russian President Vladimir Putin to hold a meeting soon at the White House, President Donald Trump says no one is tougher on Russia than he is. Some
Female Shooter Targets YouTube Headquarters

Female Shooter Targets YouTube Headquarters

Police say a woman shooter entered YouTube headquarters in California Tuesday and wounded at least three people before dying of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Mike O’Sullivan reports, the shooter’s
Comprehensive US Immigration Reform Remains Elusive After Years of Failed Plans

Comprehensive US Immigration Reform Remains Elusive After Years of Failed Plans

A deadlocked Washington on immigration matters is not new. Congress' inability to address the legal status of undocumented newcomers and reform America's oft-criticized immigration system spans
NATO Chief to Tour US Military Bases

NATO Chief to Tour US Military Bases

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is visiting the U.S. later this week, set to inspect a fighter jet production plant and American military command posts.The NATO chief is touring a Lockheed
2018's Youth Activists Seen as Echoing Students of 1968

2018's Youth Activists Seen as Echoing Students of 1968

In 1968, students at Columbia University stormed the school president's office to protest racism and involvement in the Vietnam War. Before the protest ended, they had held the university president
US Seeks Denaturalization of 2 Convicted Bosnian Muslim War Criminals

US Seeks Denaturalization of 2 Convicted Bosnian Muslim War Criminals

The U.S. Justice Department on Wednesday filed denaturalization papers against two Bosnian Muslims convicted of carrying out an execution-style massacre of Croatian villagers during the Balkan
Chinese Envoy Arrives at US State Department

Chinese Envoy Arrives at US State Department

China's ambassador to the United States, Cui Tiankai, arrived at the U.S. State Department on Wednesday for talks with Acting Secretary of State John Sullivan amid a deepening U.S.-China trade
Facebook: Cambridge Analytica May Have Had Data on 87M People

Facebook: Cambridge Analytica May Have Had Data on 87M People

Facebook Inc said on Wednesday that the personal information of up to 87 million users may have been improperly shared with political consultancy Cambridge Analytica, up from a previous news media
Americans Pay Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. on 50th Anniversary of Assassination

Americans Pay Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. on 50th Anniversary of Assassination

“Though he was taken from this Earth unjustly, he left us with his legacy of justice and peace,” U.S. President Donald Trump said Wednesday of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., who was