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Tunisia President-Elect Beji Caid Essebsi to Quit His Party

TUNIS, Tunisia—The winner of Tunisia’s presidential election says he will resign from the leadership of his political party to focus on his new job. Beji ...

Mali Tuareg separatists seize several northern towns

BAMAKO (Reuters) – Tuareg separatists said on Thursday they had seized control of several towns in northern Mali after routing government forces but they would ...

Russia may build eight nuclear reactors for Iran

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia plans to sign a contract with Iran this year to build two more nuclear reactors at its Bushehr power plant as ...

Taipei man kills three, injures 25 in subway stabbing spree

A crime scene investigator walks at the scene of a knife attack at a subway platform in the Taipei Metro Jiangzicui station in New Taipei ...

U.N. torture watchdog urges Vatican to pursue sex criminals

Saint Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican is silhouetted during sunset in Rome, March 11, 2013. Credit: Reuters/Paul Hanna By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) – The ...

Pro-Russian activists guard a checkpoint outside the eastern Ukranian city of Luhansk May 21, 2014. Russia said on Wednesday that troops deployed for exercises near the Ukrainian border had now dismantled equipment and were moving to train stations and airfields for return to their permanent bases, but NATO said it saw no sign of a pullout.  REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

Eight Ukrainians killed in clash with separatists: security sources

Pro-Russian activists guard a checkpoint outside the eastern Ukranian city of Luhansk May 21, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Valentyn Ogirenko KIEV (Reuters) – At least eight Ukrainian ...

Pro-Ukraine forces clash with separatists, at least two dead

Ukrainian soldiers secure an area near the site (seen in background) where pro-Russian rebels killed thirteen Ukrainian servicemen in the outskirts of the eastern Ukrainian ...

Biden says possible to end Cyprus division

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden (R) and Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades wave as they meet at the presidential palace in Nicosia May 22, 2014. Credit: ...

Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (3rd R) poses with workers during the opening ceremony of the Beira-Rio stadium, which will be one of the stadiums hosting the 2014 World Cup soccer matches, in Porto Alegre February 20, 2014. REUTERS/Edison Vara (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)

World Cup protests threaten Brazil’s economy and its image

Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff (3rd R) poses with workers during the opening ceremony of the Beira-Rio stadium, which will be one of the stadiums hosting ...

Pakistani government feels weight of army’s heavy hand

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif waves to the crowd as he leaves after attending a flag raising ceremony to mark the country’s 67th Independence Day ...

Riot police officers stand guard at an army club during a military coup in Bangkok May 23, 2014. Thailand's military leaders summoned ousted Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to a meeting on Friday, a day after army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha seized power in a bloodless coup and said he wanted to restore order following months of turmoil. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)

Thai coup leader insists on reform before election

Riot police officers stand guard at an army club during a military coup in Bangkok May 23, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Athit Perawongmetha By Amy Sawitta Lefevre ...

Erdogan visit brings Turkey’s divisions to streets of Cologne

Turkey’s Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan makes a speech during the opening ceremony of Ford Otosan Yenikoy car plant in in Kocaeli May 22, 2014. Credit: ...

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15 Of The Highest-Paid Professional Video Gamers In The World

Playing video games for a living sounds like a dream. Believe it or not, there are gamers who are doing exactly that. And they’re making ...

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Cancelled ‘Community’ May Get Revived On Hulu

If you were bummed by NBC’s recent cancellation of “Community,” there’s hope for more Greendale antics. A sixth season may be heading to Hulu. Deadline ...

We’ve Been Asking Bankers — ‘What’s The Saddest Bank On Wall Street Right Now?’

There hasn’t been good news on Wall Street from anyone at any bank since 2013, when the S&P soared and the promises of a choppy ...

Taxi Drivers Are Threatening To Shut Down Central London In Protest Of Uber

Just a couple of weeks ahead of a planned protest by taxi drivers in London, Transport for London — the taxi regulator in the city ...

Democrats Rip Into Ted Cruz For His Criticism Of Obama’s Israel Policy

Democrats were quick to rebut Republican Sen. Ted Cruz’s criticism of President Barack Obama’s policies toward Israel and Iran, which he delivered Wednesday evening during ...

Why The Snapchat CEO’s Sleazy College Emails Really Do Matter

There are two ways to look at the sleazy emails Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegal wrote when he was the social coordinator of his fraternity at ...

Apple Exec: Steve Jobs Would Be Proud Of The New Products We’re Making (AAPL)

Even though Steve Jobs died in October 2011, his shadow seems to loom over everything Apple does. And since there hasn’t been a major new ...

Why Kids Are Better At Figuring Out Magic Tricks

If a magician’s life depended on fooling either an audience of adults or an audience of kids, every magician would rather perform for the adults, ...

‘Clueless’ Actress Stacey Dash Joins Fox News

You may remember actress Stacey Dash for her role as “Dionne” in the 1995 hit, “Clueless.”But now it’s time for the 47-year-old actress to hang ...

How One Family Paid Off $30,000 Of Credit Card Debt In Less Than 2 Years

Kim Parr pinpoints the beginning of her debt to when she and her husband Jim built their house in Southwestern Colorado in 2004. While the ...

Here Are 10 Books JPMorgan Recommends You Add To Your Summer Reading List

JPMorgan just released its 15th annual summer reading list.  Every year, the firm compiles book suggestions from their advisors all over the world. From more ...