Cardi B is still making history.
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The “Bodak Yellow” singer joins The Beatles and Ashanti in Billboard chart history.
U.S. President Donald Trump talks to reporters before departing the White House for a visit to the Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, U.S., December 21, 2017. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
The world saw millions of people facing natural disasters in 2017, including volcanic eruptions in Indonesia and massive flooding in Peru.
Trump was responding to comments made by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
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“When I took office a year ago, I appealed for 2017 to be a year for peace. Unfortunately, in fundamental ways, the world has gone in reverse.”
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Apparently, tweeting less wasn’t one of his New Year’s resolutions.
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Remember this: Heather Lindsay loved David Mosher.
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Trump tweeted his praise of the “peaceful protests” in Iran on Friday.
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The president re-upped a favored talking point of climate change deniers.
Hurricanes, wildfires and floods wrecked havoc.
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He also claimed Nigerian immigrants live “in huts,” according to a New York Times report.
“Donald Trump’s war on immigrants has reached a sad new low. Separating families who are fleeing gang violence is unconscionable.”
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It’s not the first time the U.S. has been on the verge of making an extraordinary mistake.
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It’s a historic move, though largely symbolic since 99 percent of the country’s consumed oil is imported.
Several U.S. allies have spoken up in support of a free and open internet.
The report revealed persistent failings of institutions to keep children safe, of cultures of secrecy and cover-up.
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After verbally attacking a Palestinian-American family, the Trump supporters claimed they are not racists.
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“We have avoided nuclear war not through prudent leadership but good fortune,” said Beatrice Fihn, at the award ceremony in Oslo.
Theresa May, U.K. prime minister, left, speaks beside Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, during a news conference at the European Commission building in Brussels, Belgium, on Friday, Dec. 8, 2017. The U.K. and the European Union struck a deal to unlock divorce negotiations, opening the way for talks on what businesses are keenest to nail down -- the nature of the post-Brexit future. Photographer: Dario Pignatelli/Bloomberg via Getty Images
The nightmare scenario is the loud, messy collapse of a society full of weapons, money, frustrated young people and extremist tendencies.
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1. ICE ICED MAYBE A blanket of snow settled over Northern Ireland this morning. But it was the thaw in relations between Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels that caused the flurry of e...
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May and Juncker agree "sufficient progress" made.
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The move would represent the 'kiss of death' to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, said the Palestinian representative to Britain.
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But 58 Democrats voted for impeachment.
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“Any sudden changes would cause irreparable harm,” a group of 13 Christian patriarchs and heads of churches in Jerusalem urged.
The decision threatens to inflame Israeli-Palestinian tensions and provoke outrage across the region
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“This debate has been the soundtrack to our relationship.”
Experts warn the proposed move could lead to an “absolute explosion” in the region.