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Scientists want to count Siberia's elusive, endangered snow leopards

A pioneering new survey aims to help to protect the endangered Siberian snow leopard but counting them all, down to the last mewling cub.

Flint and Michigan agree to settle water suit for almost $100 million

If the settlement is approved, Flint and Michigan will dig up and replace water lines leading to at least 18,000 homes by Jan. 1, 2020.

With Somalia in the Throes of Famine, UN Warns of Worsening Crisis

With famine already ravaging Somalia, the U.N. warns South Sudan, Nigeria, and Yemen are also in danger.

Great Barrier Reef hit by "severe" coral bleaching — study

Severe coral bleaching has devastated two-thirds of Australia's Great Barrier Reef, aerial surveys have found.

Pair killed in stampede as 350,000 fans show up for rock concert

"What happened was total chaos," the local mayor said. "No one imagined that this many people would show up."

Jussie Smollett just dropped a searing visual commentary on Trump administration

'Empire' star Jussie Smollett released a provocative a video online that takes aim at President Trump.

Derek Walcott, Caribbean Nobel laureate poet, dies at 87

Derek Walcott, the Caribbean region's most famous writer on the colonialism narrative, died on the island of St. Lucia early Friday

Republican wins Kansas election seen as Trump test

Republican Ron Estes defeated his Democratic rival in a high-profile special congressional election in Kansas Tuesday that had been seen as a referendum on President Donald Trump.

Venezuela's president got a pledge of support at a regional conference in Havana

Venezuela's leftist, regional allies pledged to support its embattled government at a summit in Havana.

"Heartbroken" Ivanka swayed Trump's decision to strike Syria, son says

President Donald Trump's son said the Syria strike was influenced in part by Ivanka, who he said she was "heartbroken and outraged" by the atrocity.

Boko Haram's use of children as suicide bombers is surging

The Islamic militant group Boko Haram is increasingly using children as weapons of war in suicide attacks, according to a new report from UNICEF.

Carter Page lashes out at 'Clinton/Obama regime' after FISA warrant report

A FISA court issued a warrant allowing the FBI to monitor possible communications between Russian agents and Carter Page, according to the Washington Post.

Texas bill allows recusals for issuing same-sex marriage licenses

Texas legislators are trying to chip away at the 2015 landmark Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage.

Sexual Assaults in Immigration Detention Centers Don't Get Investigated, Says New Report

New complaint alleges rampant unbridled sexual abuse/harassment in immigration detention centers across the country.

What is unmasking, and did Susan Rice do anything wrong?

Obama's national security adviser requested that the identities of Trump aides be revealed to officials after those names turned up in surveillance.

Gymnastics scandal: Judge stops gag order on alleged sex abuse victims

A federal judge has put a hold on a gag order on dozens of women who have accused top gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar of sexual abuse.

Will Russian hackers rounded up by U.S. snitch on Putin regime?

Friendly nations are working with the FBI to arrest Russian hackers, who may have info on the Putin regime's role in hacking the U.S. election.

Kentucky's last abortion clinic get a repreieve

The temporary restraining order that spared Kentucky's last abortion clinic is good for 14 days, but the clinic's lawyer says it's a good sign.

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