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Legendary guitar maker Gibson files for bankruptcy
Gibson, maker of iconic guitars for the likes of John Lennon, Elvis Presley and BB King, filed for bankruptcy protection on Tuesday after facing mounting debt and other financial challenges.
Kanye West blasted for suggesting slavery was 'a choice'
Before the last one had a chance to simmer down, US rapper Kanye West has caused another stir, suggesting African-American slavery may have been a "choice" in an interview on Tuesday.
Watchdog: Global Military Spending up by 1.1 Percent
A Swedish arms watchdog says global military spending rose to $1.739 trillion last year, a 1.1 percent increase on 2016.The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute says China continued its
Trump to Make First Visit to State Department
President Donald Trump makes his first visit to the State Department Wednesday for a ceremonial swearing in of his new secretary of state."It's an important day for the president's first trip to this
Kanye West Criticized by Campaigners for 'Unhelpful' Stance on Slavery
Rapper Kanye West's remarks about slavery being a choice were criticised on Wednesday by campaigners as disrespectful to victims and damaging to global efforts to eradicate the crime.The U.S.
This little girl is the cutest zombie you’ve ever seen
It's like something out of the The Walking Dead (or 'The Walking Diapers').
‘Colony’ Season 3: Josh Holloway and Sarah Wayne Callies on Family, the Resistance, & the Gauntlet
Colony Season 3 begins months after the events of last season’s finale, when the Bowman family and Snyder (Peter Jacobson) escaped Los Angeles with the Gauntlet. After months of living in the wild,
Spokesman: Doctors Pleased With George H.W. Bush's Progress
A family spokesman says former President George H.W. Bush will remain hospitalized at least another day, but that doctors "are very pleased with his progress."Bush was admitted April 22 to Houston
'Jazz Ambassadors' Tells Story of American Diplomacy Through Music
A new documentary about U.S. Public Diplomacy during the Cold War premieres Friday on Public Broadcasting System (PBS) television in the United Sates.Jazz Ambassadors, a remarkable story of music,
Lawsuits Target Trump Administration Family Planning Policy
Two major organizations that promote birth control filed lawsuits in federal court Wednesday seeking to block the Trump administration from shifting national family planning policy to stress
As Girls Arrive, Boy Scouts Change Name of Flagship Program
For 108 years, the Boy Scouts of America's flagship program has been known simply as the Boy Scouts. With girls soon entering the ranks, the group says that iconic name will change.The organization on
Is Trump Right About Judges' Leanings? Maybe, Review Shows
President Donald Trump has called courts unfair and political and repeatedly assailed the 9th Circuit, the U.S. court system's westernmost division, where some of his key immigration policies have
Southwest Plane with Cracked Window Diverted to Cleveland
A Southwest Airlines plane flying from Chicago to New Jersey was forced to land in Cleveland on Wednesday after one of its windows cracked.There were no reports of injuries after Flight 957 landed
Facebook Taps Advisers for Audits on Bias and Civil Rights
Facebook has enlisted two outside advisers to examine how it treats underrepresented communities and whether it has a liberal bias.Civil rights leader Laura Murphy will examine civil rights issues,
Trump's UN Envoy Navigates Choppy Waters
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley — one of only a few women and persons of color in President Donald Trump's Cabinet — has quickly gone from a little-known Republican governor to a
Puerto Rico Government Officials Face Corruption Probe
Puerto Rico's chief of staff and three other government officials are facing accusations of undue influence. The U.S. territory's justice secretary said Wednesday there's enough evidence to submit a
Black Men Arrested at Starbucks Settle for $200K Program
Two black men arrested for sitting at a Philadelphia Starbucks without ordering anything settled with the city Wednesday for a symbolic $1 each and a promise from officials to set up a $200,000
Trump Assails Justice Department in Document Dispute
U.S. President Donald Trump is complaining about "a rigged system" in Washington, assailing his Justice Department for withholding key documents Republican lawmakers want to investigate his
African Nations Defiant to US Aid Threat Over UN Voting
Three African nations singled out for their track record of voting against the U.S. at the United Nations say they stand by their votes — even if those choices may result in the U.S. cutting back on
Drivers stuck in traffic play rock-paper-scissors to see who goes first
It‘s a novel way of deciding.