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Judge Set To Address Comey’s Challenge Of House Subpoena

A federal judge has scheduled a hearing for Friday to address former FBI Director James Comey's challenge of a subpoena from the House of...

Syria Sends UN Complaints Over Israeli, US-Led Airstrikes

Syria has sent the U.N. Security Council complaints over the latest Israeli airstrikes that targeted an area home to military bases south of Damascus,...

US Urged To Send Ebola Experts In As Congo Outbreak Worsens

Global health experts are urging the Trump administration to allow U.S. government disease specialists — "some of the world's most experienced" — to return...

Dutch Church Holds 24/7 Service To Shield Asylum-Seekers

For more than a month, a rotating roster of preachers has been leading a non-stop, round-the-clock service at a small Protestant chapel in The...

Correction: Boeing Plane-Pilots Story

In a story Nov. 29 about Southwest Airlines, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the carrier will give pilots more training on certain new...

Payless Pranks Vips, Sells Discount Shoes At Luxury Prices

Payless taught fashion influencers a lesson about shoes by opening a fake store that sold Main Street shoes at Madison Avenue prices. Payless ShoeSource held...

Markets Right Now: Stock Drift Ahead Of US-China Meeting

Stocks are little changed on Wall Street ahead of a highly anticipating meeting between President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping of China on...

Climate Conference Host Poland Plans To Open New Coal Mine

U.N. climate conference host Poland is planning to open a new coal mine next year as demand for energy grows. Deputy Energy Minister Grzegorz Tobiszowski...

Bulgaria Prepares To Pump Russian Gas To Central Europe

Bulgaria moved on Friday to revive a gas pipeline project that would pump Russian gas through its territory to Central Europe. Parliament on Friday approved...

Trump Admin Approves Seismic Surveys For Atlantic Drilling

The Trump administration is authorizing use of seismic air guns to find oil and gas formations deep underneath the Atlantic Ocean floor, prompting outrage...

Facebook: Sandberg Asked Staff To Research Soros Finances

Having already acknowledged that it did opposition research on George Soros, Facebook says No. 2 executive Sheryl Sandberg had asked staff if the billionaire...

HPQ Dawdles Though Q4 Earnings Star

HP Inc (NYSE: HPQ) sank below breakeven during the week's last session, as HP reported in-line earnings for its full fiscal year, while sales...