Thousands March On National Mall To Demand Puerto Rico Disaster Relief
Thousands gathered Sunday on the National Mall in Washington to demand the federal government increase its commitment to disaster relief on hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico. Participants met in front of the U.S. Capitol in the morning before marching to the Lincoln Memorial, where speakers delivered remarks amid a sea of Puerto Rican flags. Lin-Manuel Miranda, whose parents were both born in Puerto Rico, called on federal agencies to increase their aid and security to the more than 3.4 million Puerto Rico residents affected.
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Seoul: 2 top North Korean military officers punished
South Korea's spy agency told lawmakers Monday that North Korea has punished two of its top military officers, including one widely seen as its second-most powerful official, during a highly unusual inspection of the military's powerful political bureau.
Roy Moore And The Dangerous Rise Of Christian Nationalism
Many have believed the accusations against Roy Moore of sexual assault and harassment against teen girls to be massively hypocritical since for year?s he?s presented himself as a hardcore evangelical man of faith, and he has a loyal white Christian evangelical following.
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Georgia nurses laugh as 89-year-old WWII veteran dies gasping for air in video
Argentina's navy says sounds didn't come from missing sub
MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina (AP) ? Sounds detected by probes deep in the South Atlantic on Monday did not come from an Argentine submarine that has been lost for five days, the country's navy said Monday, dashing newfound hope among relatives of the 44 sailors aboard.
U.S., Afghan forces strike opium factories to curb Taliban funds
By Girish Gupta KABUL (Reuters) - U.S. and Afghan forces have launched joint attacks on Taliban opium factories to try to curb the insurgent group's economic lifeline, officials from both countries said on Monday. U.S. Army General John Nicholson showed videos at a press conference of targeted aerial strikes against what he described as Taliban drug factories. "Last night we conducted strikes in northern Helmand to hit the Taliban where it hurts, in their narcotics financing," said Nicholson, flanked by Afghan Army Lieutenant General Mohammad Sharif Yaftali.
Charlie Rose Accused Of Sexually Harassing And Groping Women