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Powerful Earthquakes in Italy Kill Dozens and Shatter Towns
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AMATRICE, Italy — Strong earthquakes struck a mountainous stretch of central Italy early Wednesday, killing at least 38 people, trapping scores under debris and setting off tremors that awakened residents in Rome, nearly 100 miles to the southwest ...
Deadly earthquake rocks central Italy; dozens dead, hundreds missing
Italy earthquake leaves 39 dead, towns in ruins
Magnitude 6.2 Earthquake In Central Italy Reportedly Kills Dozens
Turkish tanks cross into Syria to join US-backed forces in fight against Islamic State
ANKARA, Turkey — Turkish and Syrian rebel forces, aided by U.S. aircraft and Special Operations advisers, have launched a major cross-border offensive aimed at capturing the Islamic State's last stronghold on Syria's border with Turkey. The operation ...
US Joins Turkish Forces to Launch Push Against Islamic State in Syria
Turkish tanks roll into Syria to wipe out ISIS from border
Turkish tanks and spec ops attack Islamic State forces in Syria
Tesla's Innovations Are Transforming The Auto Industry
Tesla. The company name evokes very different yet equally strong responses from critics and fans. Critics argue Tesla loses money on each car sold. Indeed, with losses of $290 million in 2014 and $888 million in 2015, it's unclear when the company will ...
Here's How the New Teslas Stack Up Against Bugatti, Lamborghini, and Ferrari
What should Tesla's next vehicle be after the Model 3 and Model Y? Our poll results
The Quickest Car You Can Buy Is Now a 4-Door Electric Family Sedan
Trump's efforts to shake racist label likely to come up short
There's some truth to the old cliché, “The first step is admitting you have a problem.” In Donald Trump's case, the Republican's presidential campaign is burdened by public perceptions that he's overtly racist, and as the election season enters the ...
Even Trump and Clinton need big-money donors: Column
Democrats Have a 60 Percent Chance to Retake the Senate
Sick and tired of hearing that Hillary Clinton is sick and tired
Magnitude-6.8 earthquake shakes central Burma
A powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.8 rocked central Burma on Wednesday, knocking glasses off tables and sending people running out of buildings in the country's largest city. The quake was centered about 15 miles west of Chauk, ...
Myanmar earthquake: One dead and temples damaged
Myanmar Earthquake Live Updates: Burma Rocked By Magnitude 6.8 Temblor
Preliminary Magnitude 6.8 Earthquake Shakes Central Myanmar
Jimmy Feigen Apologizes for Rio Incident, Omitting Facts: "I Was Trying to Protect My Teammates"
Jimmy Feigen is the last of the four swimmers at the scene of a Rio gas station dispute on Aug. 14 to release a statement addressing his involvement. "I omitted the facts that we urinated behind the building and that Ryan Lochte pulled a poster off the ...
US swimmer James Feigen apologizes for 'serious distraction' at Rio Games
Swimmer Feigen sorry for 'omitting the facts' about bogus robbery
Ryan Lochte teammate James Feigen issues apology for Rio incident
Labour conference still in jeopardy as union blames party chief
Jeremy Corbyn at Labour party conference in Brighton in September 2015. Photograph: Ray Tang/Rex Shutterstock. Jessica Elgot and Rajeev Syal. Wednesday 24 August 2016 07.16 EDT Last modified on Wednesday 24 August 2016 07.41 EDT. Share on ...
Jones 'extremely angry' over Welsh Labour staff briefing
What if Owen Smith wins?
Corbyn's 'Traingate' Is the Most Pernickety Farce in Recent Political History
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Graduate Students Clear Hurdle in Effort to Form Union
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Punctuating a string of Obama-era moves to shore up labor rights and expand protections for workers, the National Labor Relations Board ruled Tuesday that students who work as teaching and research assistants at private universities have a federally ...
NLRB says graduate students at private universities may unionize
Are they students? Or are they employees? NLRB rules that graduate students are employees.
Graduate Students Can Unionize at Private Colleges, US Labor Panel Rules
Expect More US Zika Virus Cases, Experts Say
The Zika virus is keeping Florida officials on their toes. It's now popped up in a third part of the state: in Pinellas County, the peninsula that is home to both the cities of Clearwater and St. Petersburg. In all, 42 people have caught Zika in ...
Zika Images Show 'Worst Brain Infections That Doctors Will Ever See'
Florida Officials Report New Zika Case in Tampa Area
Gov. Rick Scott confirms locally transmitted Zika virus case in Pinellas County
Airlander 10: World's largest aircraft crashes as it attempts to take to the sky
The huge ship – nicknamed "The Flying Bum" because of its pert, round back – crashed as it landed at its base at Cardington Airfield this morning, at the end of its second attempt to fly. Its official name is the Martha Gwyn – however, it gained ...
World's biggest aircraft crashes in Bedfordshire
Airlander 10 test flight goes awry as world's largest aircraft crashes
Airlander's 'flying bum' aircraft crashes on its second flight