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Syria war: 'Forty jihadists' killed in Aleppo air strikes
-BBC News - Fri Jan 20 01:26:50 EST 2017
At least 40 jihadists have been killed in air strikes on a training camp in western Aleppo, reports say. Most of those killed are said to have belonged to Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, whi...
  By Malcolm Owen Wednesday, January 18, 2017, 01:36 pm PT (04:36 pm ET) IK Multimedia on Wednesday launched two new interfaces for musicians in the iRig Pro I/O, a compact au...
Pete Souza, the White House’s official photographer, has been winding down his time in the Obama administration with a series of retrospective posts on Instagram. The series has ga...
Casey Armour led five Ellison players in double figures with 18 points and the Eagles rolled to an 86-44 win over San Angelo Central on Friday to maintain a share of the District 8...
The Trump era has stranded these five men at Guantanamo Bay
-Chicago Tribune - Sun Jan 22 16:09:09 EST 2017
Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday elated and enraged Americans, as both supporters and detractors looked ahead to the changes the Republican leader's presidency will bring. For...
Should Schilling’s mouth keep him out of Hall of Fame?
-Sun-Times - Thu Jan 19 19:20:49 EST 2017
Our long national nightmare is over, at least for another year. The Baseball Hall of Fame voters have spoken, attempting to do the impossible, to make sense of a nonsensical situat...
CAIRO Egypt is considering temporarily reintroducing a stamp duty on stock market transactions after the tax was frozen in 2014, two finance ministry sources told Reuters on Thursd...
(Adds stocks slump, analyst, financial regulator) CAIRO Jan 19 Egypt is considering temporarily reintroducing a stamp duty on stock market transactions after the tax was frozen in ...
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt is considering temporarily reintroducing a stamp duty on stock market transactions after the tax was frozen in 2014, two finance ministry sources told Reute...
Saudi Arabia Quietly Spreads its Brand of Puritanical Islam in Indonesia
-Voice of America - Tue Jan 17 04:10:40 EST 2017
JAKARTA —  When Ulil Abshar-Abdalla was a teenager in Pati, Central Java, he placed first in an Arabic class held at his local madrasa. The prize was six months of tuition at ...
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Chargers try to move on from their San Diego past with Los Angeles rally
-Los Angeles Times - Wed Jan 18 19:11:01 EST 2017
By the time Chargers owner Dean Spanos stepped to the microphone, the 150 or so fans at the Forum were on their feet. They waved team flags. A few wore T-shirts with the Dodgers-li...
Curt Schilling pitched his way into Hall of Fame and talked his way out
-Detroit Free Press - Wed Jan 18 22:02:10 EST 2017
USA TODAY Sports' Ted Berg reflects on the careers of the three players — Tim Raines, Jeff Bagwell and Ivan Rodriguez — that were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday....
On the menu at UTC: hip upscale dining
-U-T San Diego - Fri Jan 20 04:06:24 EST 2017
Move over Little Italy, Westfield UTC is emerging as San Diego’s next “It” dining destination. Retro-hip Great Maple, upscale-healthy True Food Kitchen and celebrated global dumpli...
The annual NAMM Show, an extravaganza of musical products that opened its four-day 2017 edition on Thursday, serves up two primary draws for the thousands of industry ins...
The annual NAMM Show, an extravaganza of musical products that opened its four-day 2017 edition on Thursday, serves up two primary draws for the thousands of industry ins...
Save The Children
-Townhall.com - Thu Jan 19 19:02:00 EST 2017
There was a time when those out to kill the unborn were all for the filibuster, since saving it was one way to stop congressional efforts to save these innocents. Old-timers will r...
In a world of $200 sweatshirts, $100 leggings, and $75 running shorts, what’s a person gotta do to get affordable activewear? Wait for , apparently. Get up to , and more to beef up...
The Uncanny Power of a City Without Cars
-CityLab - Tue Jan 17 07:00:33 EST 2017
Like the War Against the Machines that spans the Terminator franchise, the War on Cars that urbanists are supposedly waging is unavoidable, and essentially unresolvable. Battles ar...
As Hanukkah faded away at the end of the eighth day of the holiday, Yaakov Ne’eman, a special figure in the Israeli public life and the legal arena for over four decades, returned ...
PITTSBURGH — The sound of shuffling stacks and splashing piles of colorful chips filled the cavernous poker room of the Rivers Casino. It was noon on a Wednesday, and on one side o...
Here's what happens on the airplane before you board your flight
-Los Angeles Times - Sat Jan 21 10:10:46 EST 2017
The minute the A321 jet reached the gate, teams of workers swarmed the plane with the precision of a marching band. For good reason.  In less than 80 minutes, the ground crew ...
In a world of $200 sweatshirts, $100 leggings, and $75 running shorts, what’s a person gotta do to get affordable activewear? Wait for , apparently. Get up to , and more to beef up...
Bill Clinton inaugural address: Jan. 20, 1997
-CBS News - Thu Jan 19 13:12:01 EST 2017
My fellow citizens, at this last Presidential Inauguration of the 20th century, let us lift our eyes toward the challenges that await us in the next century. It is our great good f...
Writing Lara Croft
-Euro Gamer - Mon Jan 16 22:10:10 EST 2017
Back in 2010, after a stint working on the early version of Eidos Montreal's Thief reboot, Rhianna Pratchett set to work writing a very different Lara Croft. The brief from develop...
Architectural preservation is rarely so thrilling as it was in 1930s China. As the country teetered on the edge of war and revolution, a handful of obsessive scholars were making a...
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