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Pompeo announces 'countdown' clock as Iran weapons embargo ends
Wednesday, August 21
United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has warned against ending an arms embargo on Iran, likening every day until the deal's October 2020 expiration as a "#CountdownToTerror."
Trump and Macron agree that Russia should be invited to next year's G7 conference
Wednesday, August 21
President Donald Trump on Tuesday expressed his support for reinstating Russia into the G7, and French President Emmanuel Macron has agreed with the President that Russia should be invited to the G7 conference in 2020, according to a senior administration official.
Why are Florida panthers stumbling and falling down?
Wednesday, August 21
There have been two confirmed cases of neurological damage in a panther and bobcat in Florida as of this month, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).
Trump postpones Denmark trip after prime minister refuses to sell Greenland
Wednesday, August 21
Less than two weeks before his scheduled trip to Denmark, President Donald Trump announced on Twitter that he has postponed his visit to Copenhagen after the Danish Prime Minister disputed his interest in buying Greenland as "absurd."
Jewish leaders outraged by Trump saying Jews disloyal if they vote for Democrats
Wednesday, August 21
Cardinal George Pell loses appeal against conviction for child sex abuse
Wednesday, August 21
Former Vatican treasurer George Pell will remain in prison after an Australian appeals court rejected his lawyers' attempts to overturn the disgraced cardinal's conviction for sexually assaulting two 13-year-old choirboys in the 1990s.
Hundreds of demonstrators in Hong Kong are getting protest tattoos
Wednesday, August 21
An umbrella. A bauhinia flower. A bleeding eye.
Property owners in Denver neighborhood vote to keep its controversial name
Wednesday, August 21
Property owners in the well-known Denver neighborhood of Stapleton were asked to vote this summer on whether to change the name of their community named for a onetime member the Ku Klux Klan..
Economy scares and ISIS resurgence cloud Trump's 2020 pitch
Wednesday, August 21
A sudden cascade of events is challenging President Donald Trump's boasts of an unprecedented American winning streak that is a critical component of his reelection salesmanship.
Life may have existed on warm, rainy, ancient Mars before winter came
Wednesday, August 21
Although Mars seems cold and inhospitable today, it was a different story 3 billion to 4 billion years ago. A new study suggests that the Red Planet was once warm enough to host pouring rainstorms and flowing water, which would have created an environment that could support simple life.
Pompeo announces 'countdown' clock as Iran weapons embargo ends
Wednesday, August 21
United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has warned against ending an arms embargo on Iran, likening every day until the deal's October 2020 expiration as a "#CountdownToTerror."
Trump and Macron agree that Russia should be invited to next year's G7 conference
Wednesday, August 21
President Donald Trump on Tuesday expressed his support for reinstating Russia into the G7, and French President Emmanuel Macron has agreed with the President that Russia should be invited to the G7 conference in 2020, according to a senior administration official.
Why are Florida panthers stumbling and falling down?
Wednesday, August 21
There have been two confirmed cases of neurological damage in a panther and bobcat in Florida as of this month, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC).
Trump postpones Denmark trip after prime minister refuses to sell Greenland
Wednesday, August 21
Less than two weeks before his scheduled trip to Denmark, President Donald Trump announced on Twitter that he has postponed his visit to Copenhagen after the Danish Prime Minister disputed his interest in buying Greenland as "absurd."
Jewish leaders outraged by Trump saying Jews disloyal if they vote for Democrats
Wednesday, August 21
Cardinal George Pell loses appeal against conviction for child sex abuse
Wednesday, August 21
Former Vatican treasurer George Pell will remain in prison after an Australian appeals court rejected his lawyers' attempts to overturn the disgraced cardinal's conviction for sexually assaulting two 13-year-old choirboys in the 1990s.
Hundreds of demonstrators in Hong Kong are getting protest tattoos
Wednesday, August 21
An umbrella. A bauhinia flower. A bleeding eye.
Property owners in Denver neighborhood vote to keep its controversial name
Wednesday, August 21
Property owners in the well-known Denver neighborhood of Stapleton were asked to vote this summer on whether to change the name of their community named for a onetime member the Ku Klux Klan..
Economy scares and ISIS resurgence cloud Trump's 2020 pitch
Wednesday, August 21
A sudden cascade of events is challenging President Donald Trump's boasts of an unprecedented American winning streak that is a critical component of his reelection salesmanship.
Life may have existed on warm, rainy, ancient Mars before winter came
Wednesday, August 21
Although Mars seems cold and inhospitable today, it was a different story 3 billion to 4 billion years ago. A new study suggests that the Red Planet was once warm enough to host pouring rainstorms and flowing water, which would have created an environment that could support simple life.
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