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The New York Times › 42 seconds ago
A fire at a northern Indiana facility has killed nearly 2,000 racing pigeons from around the world that were housed there for a race.
USA Today › Sports › 43 seconds ago
North Korea and South Korea played to a 0-0 draw in an empty stadium in Pyongyang
Chicago Tribune › Sports › 45 seconds ago
Lincoln-Way Central takes over the top spot in the area rankings, while senior defender Andrew Burton is the player of the week.
Cleveland › 46 seconds ago
Rob Shurrell writes that Erika Coble deserves a seat at the table representing Ward 4 on Berea City Council.
8 companies that offer free or inexpensive interior design services — from in-person consultations to online chats
Business Insider › Lifestyle › 47 seconds ago
Interior design is not a skill everyone has, and that's one reason why traditionally hiring an interior designer to maximize your space is so expensive. But a few major retailers and a handful of startups offer free or radically affordable services...
Daily Mail Online › 48 seconds ago
Nicola Sturgeon today issued a fresh rallying cry for Scottish independence as she claimed the SNP is 'winning the case' for a split from the rest of the UK.
Raw Story › 49 seconds ago
On Tuesday, conservative think tank scholar Greg Weiner urged Democrats in The Bulwark to continue the impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump — and suggested that the warning letter to House Democrats from White House Counsel Pat...
Metro › Sports › 50 seconds ago
'Who's to say we can't?'
New York Post › Sports › 52 seconds ago
LeBron James will reach Hong Kong by the time he’s done digging this hole. Shortly after the world’s most famous basketball player seemingly sided with a communist country infamous for its human rights violations — but friendly to James’ bank...
The Sun › Politics › 53 seconds ago
A RECORD 9,000 paedophiles are behind bars as more than one in eight lags are now child sex offenders. The shocking government figures come as one of Britain’s worst child molesters Richard Huckle was stabbed to death in jail. PAEDO PRISONS Yesterday...
Sputnik International › 54 seconds ago
Breitbart › Finance › 55 seconds ago
Trade volumes are expected to barely grow at all this year, bringing economic expansion to the lowest level since the financial crisis. | Economy
USA Today › 1 minute ago
2I/Borisov is only the second interstellar comet ever detected in our solar system and the first that looks like a traditional comet.
The New York Times › 1 minute ago
Yemeni officials say Saudi Arabian troops have taken control of the airport and ports in the interim capital Aden from separatists backed by the United Arab Emirates.
CNBC › Finance › 1 minute ago
The sales and supply strategies of big sports brands such as Adidas and Nike should face government investigations, U.K. retail giant Sports Direct claimed.
A 75-year-old cruise-ship passenger jumped overboard as the ship traveled between Portugal and Spain (CCL)
Business Insider › Automobile › 1 minute ago
A 75-year-old Costa Cruises passenger jumped overboard, a Costa representative told Business Insider. The representative said the woman "voluntarily" jumped from the balcony in her cabin on the Costa Pacifica ship. The woman's body was found on the...
CBS Local › 1 minute ago
A toddler in Tampa died after being left inside her family's car in the heat all day.
The Sun › 1 minute ago
COPS are still hunting a sex fiend dubbed ‘The Woking Cat Rapist’ after one of his victim’s was rehomed after its ordeal. The perv is feared to have molested nine-month-old tortoiseshell Minnie in “one of the worst” cruelty cases RSPCA staff...
New York Post › 1 minute ago
More than a dozen cops were shot dead in Mexico during an ambush by suspected drug cartel hitmen — marking one of the bloodiest attacks on the country’s law enforcement since President Andrés Manuel López Obrador took office last year. The attack...
Would Brett Kavanaugh be on the Supreme Court if the FBI had fully probed the sexual misconduct claims against him?
Alternet › 1 minute ago
A new book by two reporters at The New York Times raises questions about how the FBI conducted its background check of then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after multiple women accused him of sexual misconduct.