Archive for: July, 2016

Pope: It’s Not Fair to Equate Islam and Violence

On a flight back to Rome from Poland, Pope Francis said it is "unfair" to identify Islam with violence and terrorism.

Clinton: Trump call raises ‘security issues’

Hillary Clinton said Sunday that Donald Trump's call for Russia to hack her email shows he is "not temperamentally fit to be president and commander-in-chief."

Did Kim Kardashian Chop Her Hair Again? Reality Star Appears to Be Rocking a New ‘Do

Looks like Kim Kardashian needed a little change in her life! The 34-year-old reality star took to Snapchat to show off what appears to be

Trump and babies, Clinton accepts

Take a look at the week in politics from July 24 through July 30.

Did Trump’s attacks on slain soldier’s family go too far?

Donald Trump's criticism about the Muslim parents of a slain American soldier has generated -- once again -- a backlash within his own party.

Teen Choice Awards 2016 Red Carpet Arrivals: See Candace Cameron Bure, Victoria Justice and More Stars

Kids and adults of all ages better gather around, because one of summer's biggest parties is about to begin. The 2016 Teen Choice Awards are

Advertising chair put on leave for comments on women

Kevin Roberts, the chairman of advertising giant Saatchi & Saatchi, has been put on leave after coming under fire for his comments about women in

Djokovic beats Nishikori to claim 4th Rogers Cup title

It was an afternoon for public displays of affection in Canada as Novak Djokovic beat Kei Nishikori in the Rogers Cup final -- then proceeded

Is Trump trying to squirm out of debates?

Donald Trump's campaign is pushing to reschedule two of the presidential debates set for this fall, but the Commission on Presidential Debates, the nonpartisan group

Dad of fallen soldier: Trump ‘totally unfit’

Khizr Khan, the father of a U.S. soldier slain in Iraq in 2004, said that Donald Trump "is totally unfit for the leadership of this

Uber said to make $500M investment in global mapping – CNET

Ambitious project could reduce Uber's dependence on Google Maps and support driverless cars, reports Financial Times.

Feds Say Power Lines May Have Downed Balloon

The hot air balloon that crashed, killing 16 people, likely hit power lines before it plummeted to the ground in Central Texas, feds said.

Dad of fallen U.S. soldier: Trump lacks moral compass

Khizr Khan, the father of a U.S. soldier slain in Iraq in 2004, said that Donald Trump "is totally unfit for the leadership of this

8-Year-Old Boy With Terminal Illness Becomes Honorary U.S. Marine

The U.S. Marine Corps welcomed its littlest new member on Saturday in a ceremony in San Clemente, California.

Miss Teen USA Winner Karlie Hay Speaks Out After Using Language "I Am Not Proud Of"

The celebration didn't last long for Miss Teen USA Karlie Hay. Hours after the beauty pageant contestant accepted her crown, the 18-year-old decided to acknowledge

Ex-Apple store employees reveal how customers try to fool them – CNET

Technically Incorrect: In an entertaining exposé, three former Apple store workers explain what customers fail to mention about their malfunctioning iPhones.

The 1966 UT Clock Tower Shooting Was Start of an Era

Before Virginia Tech and Columbine, Sandy Hook, Aurora and Orlando, there was the University of Texas tower shooting.

Are fireflies flickering out?

Sara Lewis: Firefly populations, which illuminate and enchant on summer evenings, are threatened by development, light pollution, pesticides and commercial harvesting

Opinion: Historic moment, iconic photo

Over the last 10 days, the Democratic and Republican conventions have inundated us with rivers of words and pictures. Some of the images stand out

Sanders Urges Reluctant Supporters to Back Clinton

Sen. Bernie Sanders argued on Sunday that his signature issues stood the best chance of being addressed by a President Hillary Clinton.

NTSB: Crashed balloon hit power lines

Matt and Sunday Rowan had been married less than six months before their lives were cut short in this weekend's hot air balloon crash that

Relive Comic-Con 2016 with impressive cosplay video – CNET

See talented cosplayers dressed as Doctor Strange, Wonder Woman, Xena the Warrior Princess, and more in this new video from Sneaky Zebra.

Toya Wright — My Brothers Were Killed

Toya Wright suffered a devastating loss after her two brothers were reportedly shot to death in New Orleans ... TMZ has learned. Cops found two

Muslims Go to Churches Across France to Show Solidarity

In a gesture of solidarity following the gruesome killing of a French priest, Muslims on Sunday attended Mass in churches across France and Italy.

Two Dead, 100 Rescued After Severe Flooding in Maryland

Two people died and more than 100 others had to be rescued after heavy rains caused severe damage in Maryland over the weekend.

Terminix may settle pesticide poisoning case

Terminix may be close to paying a Delaware family $87 million to keep them from suing over a horrifying poisoning while they were vacationing in

How much are the Rio Olympic gold medals worth?

The making of the 2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic medals is a mix of art and science.

IOC panel to decide fate of Russian athletes

An International Olympic Committee panel will have the final say on Russian athletes' eligibility to compete at Rio 2016, says a spokesman for the Olympic

Trump aide: Campaign will seeks to move debate days

Donald Trump's campaign is pushing to reschedule two of the presidential debates set for this fall, but the Commission on Presidential Debates, the nonpartisan group

Why Trump is campaigning in blue states

Why is Donald Trump campaigning in New York? Where will we see daughter Ivanka next? And why is Mike Pence going against the top of

Failed coup looked ‘like a Hollywood movie’

Fethullah Gulen, the reclusive cleric accused by Turkey of hatching a military coup attempt, concedes that his supporters could have been involved in the putsch

Wikileaks founder: We have more on Clinton

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is boasting about how his group's release of hacked Democratic National Committee emails is affecting the US presidential election -- and

Charles Koch: Clinton vote rumor is ‘blood libel’

Charles Koch, frustrated by questions about whether he could support Democrat Hillary Clinton in the presidential race, on Sunday deemed that idea a "blood libel."

Senator backs Trump on DNC hack

In an interview with CNN's Jim Acosta, Alabama Jeff Sessions discusses the controversy over Trump's comments on Russia and the DNC hack.

Blue Ivy Makes the Cutest Lifeguard Ever During Family Boat Ride With Beyonc�, Jay Z and Tina Knowles

When it comes to Blue Ivy, safety is her top priority. The 4-year-old daughter to music's most famous couple is currently enjoying a European

The Fix Is Out: Living in the Age of Obsolescence

We're living in an era when repairing our gadgets and gizmos is, by design, often not an option. And experts say the problem is growing.

Trump Camp Rails Against Debate Schedule

Reince Priebus said Sunday that the RNC would support Donald Trump if he were to protest or demand changes to the presidential debate schedule.

Feds Probe Air Balloon Crash as Names of Victims Emerge

Investigators are trying to figure out how many were on the balloon and what caused the tragedy, as the identities of some victims came to

The deadliest hot air balloon crashes

A hot air balloon believed to be carrying 16 people caught fire in the air and crashed in central Texas, killing everybody on board, federal

Hot air balloon crash kills 16; pilot identified

Matt and Sunday Rowan had been married less than six months before their lives were cut short in this weekend's hot air balloon crash that
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