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Argentina: Search for missing sub accelerates despite blast

Argentina says it’s accelerating the search for a submarine that has been lost in the South Atlantic for eight days amid growing fears for its 44 crew members.

Emmerson Mnangagwa takes over as Zimbabwe’s president: Who are the key players in the leadership change?

Emmerson Mnangagwa was sworn in as Zimbabwe’s president Friday.

Trump tweets tout talk with Turkey’s president, bash NFL, NBA and hype golf with Tiger Woods

President Trump on Friday tweeted about his meeting with Turkey’s president, golf plans with Tiger Woods and stepped up his attack on the NFL – this time taking aim at not only the payers but league commissioner Roger Goodell.

Teacher accused of removing girl’s hijab going back to work

A Virginia teacher who was suspended after being accused of pulling off a student’s hijab will be returning to work next week.

UPDATE: Death toll rises to 184 with 125 injured in mosque attack in Egypt…

There’s been a major attack on a mosque in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula that has left at least 155 dead and 120 injured in the latest reports: Here’s more from AP: Egyptian state . . .

Colin Kaepernick Joins ‘Un-Thanksgiving’ Protest at Alcatraz

Colin Kaepernick at Alcatraz (Screenshot / Twitter)
Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kapernick joined the annual “Un-Thanksgiving” protest Thursday by Native American activists at the Indigenous People’s Sunrise Gathering on Alcatraz Island.

The Best Chance To Defeat Roy Moore May Be For The Democratic Party To Lie Low

Democrat Doug Jones is trying to distinguish himself from the national party while scandal swirls around his GOP rival.

Donald Trump: Roger Goodell ‘Lost Control’ of the NFL

President Donald Trump continued his criticism of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, pointing out another player who refused to stand during the national anthem.

The Republican Tax Agenda Has A ‘Not Quite’ Problem

About that “doubled” standard deduction…

Google Plans ‘Knowledge Cards,’ ‘Newstrition Labels’ to Highlight Credible Sources

PJ Media, by Nicholas Ballasy Posted By: Hazymac- Fri, 24 02 2017 12:02:03 GMT WASHINGTON – Google plans to use “knowledge cards” or “newstrition labels” for news articles that appear in Google search results as a way to provide “greater degrees of transparency” for readers and filter out fake news, according to an executive of the company. “We’ve been using the phrase ‘newstrition’ internally. I use that because it’s not a Good Housekeeping rule that says ‘this is good or bad,’ it says, ‘no, here’s the ingredient information you need to know about the publication, make your own judgment,’” Richard Gingras, vice president of news at Google, said at the Newseum and the Trust Project’s