Cristiano Ronaldo Won't Face Charges Over Rape Allegation

The soccer star was accused of sexual assault against a woman in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2009.

The huge decision ESPN’s Dan Le Batard faces after talking politics

Dan Le Batard has now boxed himself in. ESPN has called his bluff, leaving him with a choice: Either cowtow to what he described as “cowardly” corporate policy, placing politics and President Donal…

Huawei's US research arm to lay off hundreds of workers

The layoffs come about two months after the U.S. government put Huawei on a trade blacklist, making it illegal for its U.S. subsidiary to transfer sensitive technologies to its parent.

Fire union calls on tightwad senators to pass 9/11 victims bill

New York’s firefighters union demanded that the US Senate pass a bill Tuesday supporting 9/11 first responders, after a pair of penny-pinching Republican lawmakers slammed the brakes on the measure…

Trump turns tables on ‘Squad,’ calls reps ‘very racist’ as feud drags on

President Trump's feud with four freshman congresswomen known collectively as the "Squad" dragged into its second week as the president sought Monday to flip the script on those accusing him of stirring racial tensions. 

'Borat’ Director Encourages Left to Arm Selves Against 'Maga People'

Borat director Larry Charles took to Twitter Monday and compared Trump supporters – or as he described them, "Maga people" – to the violent, pro-China "triad" mob who attacked peaceful pro-democracy protesters Sunday night and essentially encouraged far-left agitators to arm themselves for "war."

Trump says it is getting harder to want to negotiate with Iran

Trump has previously said he's open to talks, but Tehran has said it won't negotiate while sanctions are in place.

Trump offers to mediate Kashmir crisis between India and Pakistan

Nuclear-armed neighbours have fought three times over disputed region

Oxygen Explores the Manson Family With Special About The Women

Exclusive! Four members of the notorious group open up 50 years after the murders

A top CEO calls out Trump's racism

The CEO of German industrial giant Siemens says that President Donald Trump is becoming a symbol of intolerance following his attacks on four female members of Congress.

UN peacekeeping in Mali boosted with addition of 250 UK troops

The United Kingdom is to send a contingent of 250 troops to Mali next year, to support the UN’s peacekeeping operation in the country, MINUSMA.

The market has a technical problem, making it 'vulnerable' to a rapid sell-off, JP Morgan says

Danger is lurking in the stock market: An abrupt sell-off could be around the corner if the Federal Reserve doesn't deliver the rate cut the market expects next week.

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