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Obama’s Visit to Hiroshima Stirs Mixed Emotions

May 26, 2016 Featured No Comments

Some 140,000 people were killed when the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945.

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Trump Hit the ‘Magic Number.’ So, What Does That Mean?

May 26, 2016 Featured No Comments

Here’s a quick explainer on the “magic number” and what happened on Thursday.

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Trump Hit the ‘Magic Number.’ So, What Does That Mean?

‘Game On’: Sanders Agrees to Debate Donald Trump

May 26, 2016 Featured No Comments

Pressed by host Jimmy Kimmel, Trump said he would debate Sanders for charity.

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Japan’s PM Scolds Obama Over ‘Despicable’ Okinawa Murder

May 26, 2016 Featured No Comments

A retired U.S. Marine who allegedly raped and killed a Japanese woman outside an American military base in Okinawa has triggered protests.

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Red Nose Day: How You Can Donate to Kids in Need

May 26, 2016 Featured No Comments

Riders are fanned out at SoulCycle locations — as well as on our plaza — to make a difference.

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World Leaders ‘Rattled’ by Trump’s ‘Ignorance,’ Obama Says

May 26, 2016 Featured No Comments

President Barack Obama addressed Donald Trump’s candidacy in remarks Thursday from Japan.

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Four Shot at Venue During T.I. Concert in New York

May 26, 2016 Featured No Comments

One man died and three other people in the shooting in a third-floor green room at Irving Plaza. T.I

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Full Episode: World News 05/25/16: Violent Storms Trigger Tornado Outbreak Across the Midwest

May 26, 2016 Featured No Comments

US Spending Billions to Maintain Outdated Computers and Software; Meet the 1st First-Grader at the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

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Full Episode: World News 05/25/16: Violent Storms Trigger Tornado Outbreak Across the Midwest

Watch: Meet the 1st First-Grader at the Scripps National Spelling Bee

May 26, 2016 Featured No Comments

Akash did not win, but he received a standing ovation from the other students and plans to return for next year’s contest.

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Watch: Meet the 1st First-Grader at the Scripps National Spelling Bee

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