With Grier suspended, No. 8 Florida will learn about Harris
U.S. firms blur investment picture by going 'lightweight'
By Timothy Aeppel NEW YORK (Reuters) - Kim Beck once considered owning his factory’s big production machines a big part of being a manufacturer. The chief executive of Automatic Feed Co., an 80-worker Ohio company that makes machines for auto
Britain sells remainder of Royal Mail stake for 591 million pounds
The government has sold the remainder of its stake in Royal Mail, earning
Report: Playboy to end publishing fully nude female photos
NEW YORK (AP) — A new report says Playboy will no longer publish photos of nude women as part of a redesign effort.
SABMiller says agrees mega takeover by rival brewer AB InBev
Odell Beckham Jr. acts a little like Terrell Owens
Police: Palestinian stabs resident in central Israeli city
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Ebola beds prevented 40,000 deaths
The global response to Sierra Leones Ebola crisis helped avert some 40,000 deaths - but thousands more may have been prevented with a quicker response, say researchers.
Tax cuts on table for Irish budget
The Republic of Irelands finance minister is due to announce tax cuts and spending increases in the countrys last budget before an election.
Israeli stabbed in latest attack
An Israeli has been wounded in a stabbing in the north of the country - the latest in a spate of such attacks.
Brewing giants agree takeover terms
SABMiller accepts in principle an increased takeover offer from rival brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev of £44 a share.
Algeria profile
Provides overview, key facts and events, a timeline and leader profile along with current news about Algeria
What you can be flogged for in Saudi Arabia
As a British pensioner faces the prospect of being given 360 lashes, we look at what else people are flogged for in Saudi Arabia.
Iran's parliament backs nuclear deal
Irans parliament has approved a deal on its nuclear programme agreed with six world powers, Iranian state media say.
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Iran lawmakers OK nuclear deal
The Iranian parliament has given its approval to the deal Tehran reached with world powers over its nuclear program, state media reported.
Cops: Woman live streams herself driving drunk
She is lost, exasperated, and -- by her own admission -- driving very drunk.
The $1 billion city that nobody calls home
In the arid plains of the southern New Mexico desert, between the site of the first atomic bomb test and the U.S.-Mexico border, a new city is rising from the sand.
2 firefighters die in apartment blaze
Two Kansas City, Missouri, firefighters have died after part of an apartment building collapsed on them and two of their colleagues during a fire.
She taunts him over his remarks about immigrants, women
Russia, U.S. wade deeper into Syria
After four years and 250,000 deaths, the Syrian civil war is getting even more complicated. And now the U.S. and Russia are stepping up their roles in the country -- though on opposing sides.
Did F1 star spray Putin with champagne?
If Vladimir Putin has ever doubted sports value in raising a countrys global profile, then Sundays Russian Grand Prix should have laid that idea to rest.
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TOP DEM 'DISINVITED'? DNC vice chair to miss debate after calling for more
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Twitter suspends two prominent accounts after NFL complaints over use of game highlights
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'THAT'S PRETTY ROUGH' Son gets speeding ticket rushing dad to hospital
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Okinawa governor revokes approval for relocation of US air base
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'THE WORST DAY' 2 Kansas City firefighters killed in building collapse
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DANCE OF DEATH: Ex-ISIS hostage recounts torture by 'Jihadi John'
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Japan says may cut UNESCO funds over Nanjing massacre move
Japan said Tuesday that it may cut funding for UNESCO after the U.N. world heritage body included documents on a World War II-era massacre by Japanese troops on a Chinese city in its Memory of the World register, a move
Police: Palestinian stabs resident in central Israeli city
The latest developments in ongoing violence between Palestinians and Israelis (all times local):
American Nobel laureate Richard Heck is buried in Manila
American Nobel laureate for chemistry Richard Heck, who designed a method of building complex molecules that has helped fight cancer, protect crops and make electronic devices, has been buried in a metropolitan Manila cemetery beside the tomb of his Filipino
South Korea was once an economic tiger. Now it has ‘lost its mojo.’
President Park will bring a huge business delegation to the U.S. as she tries to promote a “takeoff.”
Philippines backs US plan to sail ship near Chinese island
The Philippines on Tuesday backed a reported U.S. plan to challenge China’s territorial claims by deploying a Navy ship close to a Chinese-built island in the South China Sea, saying it was important for the international community to safeguard freedom
Thailand to try HK journalist for possessing flak jacket
A Thai court on Monday decided to put a Hong Kong photojournalist on trial for possession of a bulletproof vest and a helmet, which are considered weapons in Thailand.
Okinawa gov revokes approval for relocation of US air base
Okinawa’s governor on Tuesday revoked approval for work needed to relocate a U.S. air base from one area of the southern Japanese island to another, but the Tokyo government said it would still proceed with the plan.
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U.S. firms blur investment picture by going 'lightweight'
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Kim Beck once considered owning his factory’s big production machines a big part of being a manufacturer. Not anymore.
Brewers SABMiller and AB InBev agree 44 pound a share takeover
LONDON (Reuters) - Anheuser-Busch InBev and SAB Miller said on Tuesday they had agreed terms for a takeover, with the worlds largest brewer set to pay 44 pounds ($68) per share in cash for its smaller rival.
Iranian parliament passes bill approving nuclear deal: IRNA
DUBAI (Reuters) - Irans parliament passed a bill on Tuesday supporting the government in implementing a nuclear deal with world powers, but insisted that international inspectors would have only limited access to Irans military sites, state news agency IRNA said.
Clinton's tack to the left to be on display in Democratic debate
LAS VEGAS/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Hillary Clinton has veered hard to the left ahead of Tuesdays first Democratic presidential debate, hoping to inoculate herself from criticism by rival Bernie Sanders and woo the union members and liberal activists who have
Top China paper says U.S., Russia playing Cold War game in Syria
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinas top newspaper on Tuesday accused both the United States and Russia of replaying their Cold War rivalry by engaging in military action in Syria, saying they needed to realize that era is over and should instead
Islamic State is prime suspect in Turkey bombing, as protests erupt
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkeys government said on Monday Islamic State was the prime suspect in suicide bombings that killed at least 97 people in Ankara, but opponents vented anger at President Tayyip Erdogan at funerals, universities and courthouses.
U.S. airdrops ammunition to Syria rebels
BEIRUT/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. forces airdropped small arms ammunition and other supplies to Syrian Arab rebels, barely two weeks after Russia raised the stakes in the long-running civil war by intervening on the side of President Bashar al-Assad.
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Dutch to release Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash report
Russia has denied involvement in the incident on July 17, 2014, that killed all 298 people aboard.     
Chilean mine rescue: Top emotional moments
A look back at the emotional moments during and after the Chilean mine rescue       
High-speed police chases have killed thousands
Innocent victims include small children, teenage drivers and the elderly       
Iowa lottery-rigging probe widens
Another charge faces former lottery security official convicted of rigging drawing.       
Vote like it's 2008: Take the Obama vs. McCain quiz
How well do you remember the 2008 election?       
Deadly infections from medical scopes go unreported, raising health risks
But government efforts to assess the public health risk are stymied by a lack of data.       
Photo of paramedic bride in wedding dress goes viral
Sarah Rays wedding day took unexpected turn after her grandmothers car was in crash.       
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Contest Dubs 1,969-Pound Pumpkin the Plumpest
A rippled white whopper weighing 1,969 pounds took the title for plumpest pumpkin at the 42nd annual World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-Off.
Playboy Will No Longer Publish Nude Photos
So long angel in the centerfold. The magazine says its nude images are passe when every teenager has access to an Internet rife with pornography.
Twitter Suspends Deadspin, SBNation Accounts Over Copyright
Among those filing complaints with Twitter were the NFL, the Big 12 and Southeastern collegiate conferences and Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Student Charged in Threat to 'Shoot Up' Georgia College
An honors student at Emory University posted a social media threat that Im shooting up the schools Oxford, Georgia, campus, police said.
Florida Woman Streamed Live Video of Drunk Driving: Police
911 calls from concerned viewers led to the arrest of Whitney Beall, 23, who was broadcasting her trip using the Periscope app.
Graphic Video Shows Deputies Tasing Man in Restraint Chair
Matthew Ajibade died in police custody in Savannah, Georgia in January. Two former deputies and a nurse are now on trial for involuntary manslaughter.
Old Technology Likely Caused Southwest Outage
A computer issue that delayed hundreds of Southwest flights on Sunday was likely caused by legacy technology asked to do too much, experts say.
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Obama Administration Ends Pentagon Program to Train Syrian Rebels
The move was an acknowledgment that the beleaguered effort had failed to produce any ground combat forces capable of taking on the Islamic State.
A Top Iranian General Is Killed in Syria
Gen.Hussein Hamedani and several bodyguards were killed near Aleppo. Iran has been actively supporting President Bashar al-Assad of Syria.
Republicans Meet Amid Turmoil After Kevin McCarthy’s Exit From Speaker Race
The struggle to restore order to the party’s leadership comes as the Republicans confront major fiscal issues with rapidly approaching deadlines.
News Analysis: House, and a Republican Party, Divided Against Itself
Kevin McCarthy’s decision to drop out of the race for speaker echoed chaos in the House 17 years ago, but some Republicans worry that this time may be worse.
First Draft: Today in Politics: Republican Candidates Risk Falling Into a House Divide
The announcement by Representative Kevin McCarthy of California that he would drop out of the race to succeed John A. Boehner as speaker threw the House into tumult and infighting.
Northern Arizona University Shooting Leaves 1 Dead and 3 Wounded
The gunfire broke out near a residence hall at the Flagstaff school. A suspect was in custody Friday morning, officials said.
State of the Art: In ‘Steve Jobs,’ Tolerating Tech’s Unpleasant Visionaries
The new movie about the Apple co-founder suggests that the future envisioned by the tech industry’s leaders is worth putting up with them.
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Rights Group Says U.S.-Backed Kurds Displacing Arabs in Syria
Amnesty International said the abuses amount to war crimes
Dr. Dre Wants to Tour Europe With Snoop Dogg, Eminem and Kendrick Lamar
Snoop Dogg says the tour would be like Woodstock on steroids — or Hoodstock
The U.S. Has Delivered Ammunition to Syrian Rebels Fighting ISIS
But Washington has yet to confirm who exactly received the airdrops
There’s No Way Iggy Azalea is Going to Remake ‘Lady Marmalade’ With Rita Ora
The Australian rapper took to Twitter to voice her disapproval of Oras suggestion
Steve Spurrier Retiring From South Carolina
He has a 228-89-2 career record with the Blue Devils, Gators and Gamecocks
New York Mets Beat Los Angeles Dodgers 13-7, Take 2-1 Lead in NLDS
Curtis Granderson drove in five runs with two doubles off the wall
After 62 Years, Playboy Will Stop Publishing Naked Pictures
A major redesign will present a sleeker, less explicit magazine next spring
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Mets exact revenge with power display for 2-1 series lead
The mob here craved revenge. With every break in the action, with every fiber of their being, the largest crowd ever gathered for a Mets game at Citi Field clamored for its pound of flesh.
Mets exact revenge with early power display for 2-1 series lead
The mob here craved revenge. With every break in the action, with every fiber of their being, the largest crowd that has ever gathered for a Mets game at Citi Field clamored for their pound of flesh.
Mets show their power early against Dodgers
David Wright hoped hed see a typical Matt Harvey performance. After all, the night seemed set up for an instant classic, with a sold-out Citi Field buzzing from the euphoria of the first playoff game in the ballparks seven-year history.
Oceanside man had child porn on computer, police say
Detectives arrested a man and charged him with possession of child pornography, authorities said.
MTA deal a crucial step for future of LI
In the end, the deal came down largely as it should have, with the state promising $8.3 billion,
Student sorry for mac and cheese meltdown, says he's ashamed
A University of Connecticut student who went on an obscenity-laced tirade against food service workers when they refused to sell him jalapeno-bacon macaroni and cheese has apologized.
School lunches: A look at lunch trays across LI
From staffers who serve to students who gobble it up, school lunch is on the menu with photos from across Long Island. National School Lunch Week starts Oct. 12 at schools across America.
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