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Arrest warrant issued for Bill Cosby in 2004 sexual assault case

Bill Cosby was charged Wednesday with sexually assaulting a woman after allegedly drugging her at his Pennsylvania home 12 years ago.…

US Military: IS Leader Linked to Paris Attacks Killed in Syria

US Military: IS Leader Linked to Paris Attacks Killed in Syria

The U.S. military says an Islamic State (IS) leader with direct links to the alleged ringleader of last month's terrorist attacks in Paris was killed in a coalition airstrike in…

Blood pressure meds could benefit those without high blood pressure: study

Blood pressure drugs have the potential to save millions of lives, including those who don’t suffer from hypertension, according to new research published in The Lancet . Results from a…

WTO in groundbreaking accord to eliminate agricultural subsidies

The World Trade Organization, or WTO, reached a groundbreaking accord Saturday which obliges developed countries to eliminate subsidies for their agricultural exports as requested by the least developed nations to…

Pope Francis confirms second miracle, approves sainthood for Mother Teresa

Pope Francis confirms second miracle, approves sainthood for Mother Teresa

Pope Francis approved a second miracle attributed to Mother Teresa, making way for her sainthood 18 years after the Roman Catholic nun’s death, the Vatican said Friday. Mother Teresa is…

After agreement, world leaders look to enforce climate deal

After more than a week of negotiations, nearly 200 nations signed the United Nations COP21 climate agreement in Paris Sunday, as leaders looked to ensure the terms of that environmental…

Nearly 200 countries agree to landmark climate change deal

There was relief and celebration in Paris Saturday evening, as officials from more than 190 countries swept aside monumental differences and agreed to an unprecedented global deal to tackle climate…

US Secretary of State mocks climate change doubters, calls them “insane” and compares then to “Flat-Earthers”

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has taken the U.S. administration’s criticism of climate change doubters to a new level, labeling those who reject mainstream climate science as “insane.”…

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