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'It's a Slow Death': The World's Worst Humanitarian Crisis
New York Times
Yemen has long been the Arab world's poorest country and suffered from frequent local armed conflicts. The most recent trouble started in 2014, when the Houthis, rebels from the north, allied with parts of the Yemeni military and stormed the capital ...

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CBS News

Where in the world is Jared Kushner?
CBS News
Last Updated Aug 23, 2017 12:46 PM EDT. President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and a team of senior White House aides embarked on a tour of the Middle East Sunday seeking to lay the foundation for peace talks between Israelis and ...

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The New Yorker

In Phoenix, Trump Lets the Real World Go Away
The New Yorker
President Trump spoke for seventy-five minutes, giving full voice to the flitting, self-obsessed, self-pitying, and openly deceitful quality that typifies his rhetoric. Photograph by Rick Scuteri / AP. Some of the most uncontrolled moments in Donald ...
Trump says he is willing to 'close government' to build Mexico wallBBC News
Political world watches Arizona as Trump heads WestCNN

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MLive.com

Where in the world is Eric Ebron?
MLive.com
ALLEN PARK -- Where in the world is Eric Ebron? The Detroit Lions tight end was expected to return to practice last week. Then he didn't. And he didn't practice at all this week either. Yet coach Jim Caldwell says Ebron hasn't suffered a setback. With ...

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The Atlantic

Inside Waymo's Secret World for Training Self-Driving Cars
The Atlantic
They call it Carcraft, after the popular game World of Warcraft. The software's creator, a shaggy-haired, baby-faced young engineer named James Stout, is sitting next to me in the headphones-on quiet of the open-plan office. On the screen is a virtual ...

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New York Post

Lightning bolt strikes One World Trade Center
New York Post
This is the spectacular moment a lightning bolt strikes One World Trade Center during an overnight electrical storm in New York. Striking footage shot during Tuesday night and Wednesday morning's storm shows the massive bolt illuminating dark skies and ...

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Business Insider

18 of the coolest office spaces around the world
Business Insider
From the indoor lawns at Japanese ad agency TBWA to the bright blue slide at footwear company Toms, the coolest office spaces around the world understand that a well-designed workplace can impact people's happiness just as much as where they live.

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BBC News

Chile's Atacama desert: World's driest place in bloom after surprise rain
BBC News
After intense and unexpected rain fell in the north of Chile, parts of the usually arid Atacama desert have turned into a carpet of flowers. The "desierto florido" (flowering desert) phenomenon usually occurs every five to seven years when rains cause ...

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Inside 'El Gordo,' the world's largest lottery that's routinely worth billions
Business Insider
Wednesday's Powerball drawing will be worth a staggering $700 million, the second-biggest jackpot in US history. That's still less than half the record jackpot set in 2016 of $1.5 billion. But in order to earn the title of "largest in the world," the ...

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CBS News

USS Indianapolis discovery offers "closure" for WWII veteran
CBS News
First on "CBS This Morning," new video shows crews finding the World War II ship, USS Indianapolis, 72 years after it sank. The sinking of the USS Indianapolis led to one of the greatest losses of life from a single ship in U.S. naval history. Of the 1 ...

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