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Alleged NSA Leaker Reality Winner Appears in Federal Court

Reality Winner, 25, entered court Tuesday shackled at her ankles and wrists wearing an orange jumpsuit as two U.S. Marshals escorted her in.

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A corruption scandal wrecked Brazil’s economy. Now, workers face the consequences.

As firms implode, many of those hit by mass layoffs are having trouble finding new jobs.

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Minister: Canada will build up its military as the U.S. pulls back from world stage

Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada must chart its own course.

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How a new kind of protest movement has risen in Venezuela

Constant street fights have added new urgency to the political crisis, forcing people to choose sides or get out of the way.

Washington Post /
What happened to Gustavito, the beloved hippo at El Salvador’s National Zoo?

Authorities are investigating whether he was killed by intruders — or died of poor care.

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Venezuela’s paradox: People are hungry, but farmers can’t feed them

Government policies, compounded by extortion, have led to what economists call a man-made disaster.

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Brazil President charged with corruption

Brazilian prosecutors have filed criminal charges of "passive corruption" against President Michel Temer, a state-run news agency reports.

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What US expats say about Mexico

American expats who've moved to Mexico say they love the country they've come to call home.

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‘Goodbye, Weapons!’ FARC Disarmament in Colombia Signals New Era

Gathered in rural camps, fighters from Colombia’s largest rebel group have handed in weapons to United Nations inspectors and await civilian life after decades of conflict.

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Colombia anti-corruption chief arrested on US charges

A US court charges Luis Gustavo Moreno Rivera with money laundering linked to bribery.

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Toronto Hotel Is Scrapping the Trump Name

JCF Capital, the new owner of the financially troubled Trump International Hotel and Tower in Toronto, will erase the president’s name from the ...

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Good Samaritan Tries to Help Toddler Find Parents, Gets Beaten

A good Samaritan was mistaken for a kidnapper this Saturday in a Florida park after trying to help a lost toddler find her family, police said.

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Why Google's $2.7 Billion EU Fine Is Such a Big Deal

The EU slapped Google with a $2.7 billion fine, alleging the company favored some of its own services and hindered competition. Here's why that matters.

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3 Chicago Cops Charged With Cover-Up in Teen's Death

Chicago officers David March, Joseph Walsh and Thomas Gaffney were indicted Tuesday with trying to shield Jason Van Dyke in the shooting of Laquan McDonald.

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Brazil President Temer rejects bribery charge 'fiction'

In defiant TV speech, Michel Temer says the charge is baseless and an assault on his dignity.

NY Times /
Montreal Parade, Usually a Point of Pride, Raises Debate About Racism

The sight of young men of color pushing a parade float bearing white musicians in Quebec prompts accusations of systemic racial insensitivity.

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Number of Abused Gymnasts 'Far Higher' Than Reported

An investigator hired by USA Gymnastics says the number of victims is "far higher" than the hundreds previously reported.

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This Amazing Elevator Has No Cables and Moves Sideways. Here's How It Works

Engineering firm's prototype uses magnetic levitation and rails for faster, more efficient operation.

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The Psychology Behind Unintentional Hot-Car Deaths

It seems like an unthinkable act — a parent forgetting a child in a hot car. But parents and experts alike warn it's more common than most people imagine.

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The Psychology Behind Unintentional Hot Car Deaths

It seems like an unthinkable act — a parent forgetting a child in a hot car. But parents and experts alike warn it's more common than most people imagine.

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Widespread Cyberattack Hits Major European Companies

Russia's top oil producer Rosneft said a large-scale cyber attack hit its servers on Tuesday and computer systems at some banks and the main airport ...

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Space Race: Who's Aiming for the Stars These Days, and Why?

In this episode of Space is Awesome, astrophysicist Summer Ash takes us through all the companies that are launching rockets as the space race gets ...

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On the Runway: Justin Trudeau’s Sock Diplomacy

The Canadian prime minister has brought a new tactic to the political playbook.

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Senate Health Care Bill Would Do Almost Everything Trump Promised It Wouldn't

What President Donald Trump promised, and what the health care bill actually does, according to the CBO score.

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How Manafort Earned a Fortune Working for Corrupt Pro-Russian Party

Trump's former campaign chief worked for an anti-NATO party and a politician who fled the country amid charges of corruption and collusion with Russia.

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World food security risks growing, Chatham House says

More must be done to protect key transport routes like the Panama and Suez canals, researchers warn.

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Experts Explain Why It's So Hard to Convict Officers in Police Shootings

It is rare to convict a law enforcement officer after a fatal shooting, according to criminal justice experts who spoke to NBC News.

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