‘I don’t believe he knew about it.’ Trump defends Kim Jong Un on Otto...

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump said Thursday he did not hold Kim Jong Un responsible for the death of Otto Warmbier, the U.S. college student who...
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Americans can’t visit these countries without a visa

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Huge winter storm moves east: Snow, sleet, heavy rain target 39 states

A winter storm expected to batter every state east of the Mississippi River pushed east Wednesday, bringing snow, ice, school closures and vehicle restrictions to a wide swath...

The Best Old-School Hotels on New York’s Upper East Side

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El Niño finally forms, what does this mean for our weather?

Better late than never. After months of promises, infamous climate agitator El Niño finally formed this week, climate scientists announced Thursday. "Weak El Niño conditions are...

DHS plans to use credit-scores to judge who may become a citizen

The US Department of Homeland Security has published a new proposed rule that would make people ineligible for US citizenship if their credit-scores were poor. Notionally, the...

Scuttlebiz: What if Georgia’s low education ‘ranking’ is wrong?

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Poor Marks for Teachers in Midterms

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American Academy of Pediatrics Strengthens Call to Ban Spanking

USING CORPORAL punishment, such as spanking, when disciplining children is detrimental and leads to lasting effects, a leading professional association says in a new policy...

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WASHINGTON – Gabriel Felix is on track to graduate from Howard University's medical school in May. The 27-year-old from Rockland County, N.Y., has beaten the odds...