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Iraqi and Kurdish forces exchange fire at border

Iraqi and Kurdish forces are exchanging fire at the border between federal and Kurdish lands, days after Kurds withdrew from disputed territories across northern Iraq.

Lynyrd Skynyrd plane crash recalled 40 years later

Friday marks the 40th anniversary of one of classic rock music’s greatest tragedies – the crash of the plane carrying the Southern band Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Lebanon’s parliament passes first budget since 2005

Lebanon’s parliament has approved the country’s first budget in 12 years after government failed to do so amid past political crises.

Daimler profits fall 16 percent on diesel recall costs

German automaker Daimler says net profit fell 16 percent in the third quarter as a voluntary recall to improve diesel emissions hurt earnings at its Mercedes-Benz luxury car brand.

As Coal Plant Shutdown Looms, Arizona’s Navajos And Hopis Look For Solutions

For decades, fossil fuel was the only game in town. Now, even that is threatening to disappear.

As Coal Plant Shutdown Looms, Arizona’s Navajos And Hopis Look For Solutions

For decades, fossil fuel was the only game in town. Now, even that is threatening to disappear.

Why One Church Is Providing ‘Sanctuary’ To Undocumented Immigrants

“Our commandments are really clear: Welcome the stranger, work for the oppressed,” says Rev. Alison Harrington.

Why One Church Is Providing ‘Sanctuary’ To Undocumented Immigrants

“Our commandments are really clear: Welcome the stranger, work for the oppressed,” says Rev. Alison Harrington.

People suing Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Dr Pepper Snapple, claim diet sodas making them fat

The suit claims marketing the products as “diet” is misleading