Survivor pulled from capsized Tanzanian ferry as death toll reaches 183

Four navy divers resumed the search operation inside the sunken MV Nyerere early on Saturday after hearing sounds that suggested ...
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Iran military parade attacked by gunmen in Ahvaz

Iran blames "terrorists backed by a foreign regime" for the attack which killed soldiers and civilians ...
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai denies efforts to tweak search results: Axios

The Wall Street Journal citing internal emails reported on Thursday that the company's staff discussed ways to alter search functions ...
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NC river swirls with gray muck near flooded coal ash dump

WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) — Gray muck is flowing into the Cape Fear River from the site of a dam breach ...
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Ben Carson calls Kavanaugh's opponents 'desperate'

The Housing Secretary attributes the controversy over Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to people who want to "fundamentally change this country."
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U.S. says data on separated families not readily available: court filings

U.S. says data on separated families not readily available: court filingsThe U.S. government said in court filings on Thursday that it lacked the technical capability to quickly provide states with information about children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border under President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy toward illegal immigrants. As part of a lawsuit in federal court in Seattle challenging Trump’s immigration policies, more than a dozen states have asked the federal government for lists of children separated from their parents, the location of each child, information on the separated parents and the government’s plans to reunite them. Jonathan White of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said in a filing on Thursday that the government would need to conduct a manual review to identify all separated children in each of the plaintiff states.