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Rome residents protest over Italian capital’s decay
Italy graffiti seeks to save lesser-used words from extinction
An Italian publishing house is using street graffiti in a bid to save lesser-used words from extinction and help bring them into popular discourse.
China wants to portray its vast Muslim detention camps as 'humane'
For decades, criticism of Beijing's heavy-handed rule in its western region was met with silence. But now Chinese leaders have decided to defend it.
Kentucky Kroger killings being investigated as possible hate crime, feds say
Jeffersontown police had previously declined to comment on whether federal and local authorities were investigating the shooting as a possible hate crime.
Political commentator said she warned Twitter two weeks ago about bomb suspect
Rochelle Ritchie said Twitter told her at the time that the account did not violate any of its policies. It has since been suspended.
This astronomer fears a physics experiment could swallow up the entire universe
Just how real is the risk?
Trump says he 'could tone up' rhetoric after mail-bomb arrest
Analysis: With a mail bomb suspect in custody, Trump finds himself in a political box of his own making.
Already hosting a million refugees, Colombia still has 'open arms'
Man arrested trying to steal Magna Carta from UK cathedral
Police said cathedral alarms sounded Thursday afternoon when a person tried to smash the glass box surrounding the 800-year-old document.
The last piano maker in Australia just made history
Pianos have had a standard 88 keys since 1880. The only piano maker in Australia has completed one with 108 keys.
Lion cub discovered in French garage
Polls show Bolsonaro’s lead slipping ahead of Brazil’s Presidential election
Gap is narrowing in run up to Sunday's vote
Microsoft stands by government bid for despite internal pushback
Khashoggi’s fiancée speaks of regrets at letting murdered journalist walk to his death
Hatice Cengiz says she feels emotional responsibility
Facebook uncovers more disinformation activity tied to Iran
Facebook, along with Twitter and Alphabet, in August removed hundreds of accounts tied to an Iranian propaganda effort.
Migrant caravan members reject offer to stay in Mexico
Under the "You are at home" plan, they would have received benefits if they applied for refugee status and stayed in the country's two southernmost states.
Hours after mail bomb arrest, Trump attacks 'Crooked Hillary,' media
"We have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the sinister actions of one individual to score political points against me," Trump said at a campaign rally Friday.
Two convicted in teen's deadly allergic reaction to takeout
Megan Lee died two days after eating takeout from an Indian restaurant in England that contained peanut protein.