Texas Father Cleared of Killing 2-Year-Old Daughter After 7-Year-Old Son Confesses to Crime

On Thursday, a Texas father was cleared of a murder charge in the asphyxiation death of his 2-year-old daughter after ...
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U.S. approves possible $15 billion sale of THAAD missiles to Saudi Arabia to defend against Iran

Saudi Arabia's potential purchase of the anti-missile defense system is in the U.S. national security interest, the Pentagon announces ...
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Republican congressman floats conspiracy that George Soros funded neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville

When asked directly whether he thinks Soros funded neo-Nazis, Arizona's Paul Gosar replied: 'Wouldn’t it be interesting to find out?' ...
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U.S. ambassador’s adviser ran ‘dark money’ nonprofit that donated $1m to right-wing Israeli group

Rabbi Aryeh Lightstone has been working for U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman for several months, but previously worked at ...
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Couple Announces The Sex Of Their Baby With Help From 'Stranger Things'

An expectant couple in California announced the sex of their baby to their friends and family with inspiration from “Stranger ...
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Florida executes man convicted of 2 killings decades ago

Florida executed an inmate Thursday who was convicted of killing two people after a night of drinking decades ago.
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UN measure seeks to revive Israeli-Palestinian talks

A UN Security Council meeting on settlement of conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa on September 30, 2015 in New YorkA draft UN resolution aimed at reviving Israeli-Palestinian peace talks calls for a freeze on Jewish settlements and halting moves to prosecute Israel at the International Criminal Court. The text drafted by New Zealand has been circulated to the 15 Security Council members, as well as Israel and the Palestinians, diplomats said Thursday.

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Iran signals readiness to compromise before key Syria talks: officials

By Parisa Hafezi and Louis Charbonneau VIENNA (Reuters) – On the eve of an international conference aimed at ending Syria’s four-year-old civil war, Iran signaled it might be willing to back away from its insistence that President Bashar al-Assad remain in power. Iran could accept a six-month transition period at the end of which Assad’s fate would be decided in nationwide elections, a senior official from the Middle East familiar with the Iranian position told Reuters on Thursday. During a war that has killed more than 250,000 people and driven 10 million from their homes, Assad’s main ally, Tehran, has been locked out of a succession of international peace conferences, all of which ended in failure.

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