Month: August 2018

[ad_1] RALEIGH, N.C. –  The chancellor of North Carolina’s flagship university is giving a strong indication that the school won’t return a torn-down Confederate statue to where it used to stand. In a campus-wide statement , University of North Carolina Chancellor Carol Folt said the “Silent Sam” statue should have an “alternative location” on campus,
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[ad_1] **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.**On the roster: Holy Moses, what a time to be alive – Manchin leads Morrisey in latest West Virginia poll – Poll: 49 percent back impeachment – Kavanaugh hearing begins next week, witness list grows – In-not-out burglar HOLY MOSES, WHAT A TIME TO BE
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[ad_1] File photo – A harbor seal lazing at the base of the breakwater in the Port of Los Angeles looks up at the launch voyage of the Aquarium of the Pacific’s “Urban Ocean” cruise, May 27, 2010 in San Pedro Bay off the coast of Los Angeles and Long Beach, California. AFP PHOTO /
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[ad_1] World War I spy Mata Hari’s letters to lover sell at auction A series of love letters written by World War I spy Mata Hari, have sold at auction for $15,000. The 10 letters were written to her lover the then unknown artist Piet Van Der Hem, were written in French and Dutch and
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[ad_1] A Roman Catholic bishop in Pennsylvania says he has barred one of his predecessors from representing the diocese in public, citing his failure to protect children from abusive priests. Scranton Bishop Joseph Bambera made the announcement Friday. Bambera says former Bishop James Timlin is permanently barred from representing the diocese “at all public events,
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[ad_1] The news agency of the Russia-backed separatists fighting in eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk region is reporting that separatist leader Alexander Zakharchenko has died in a cafe explosion.  (AP) MOSCOW –  The leader of the Russia-backed separatists fighting in eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk region was killed Friday by an explosion at a cafe, the separatists’ news agency
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[ad_1] The Earth’s forests, deserts, landscapes and vital ecosystems risk a “major transformation” in the next century — and the consequences could be dire. (Credit: AP) A Samsung chief has revealed the company is spending billions of dollars on artificial intelligence, and hopes to convince you there’s nothing to fear. His comments at this week’s
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