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Today β€” December 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

Shaqiri’s Two Goals Lift Liverpool Past Manchester United

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Xherdan Shaqiri came off the bench and scored twice off deflected shots as Liverpool rose to the top of the Premier League standings.

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Dan Gainor: Liberal media’s top 10 dim bulbs of Christmas

By Dan Gainor

The liberal media are in the holiday spirit – trying to deck the halls, or President Donald Trump and his allies, whenever possible.

Group skinny-dip just one tale from NY's 'nastiest' multimillion-dollar divorce

By Dana Schuster

“They were living the highest life you can imagine,” said the family friend of David and Libbie. “A lot of staff. A lot of nannies, a lot of cleaning people and chefs. Two homes, a lot of drivers and the family airplane.”

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Critic’s Pick: Review: A Broadway β€˜Mockingbird,’ Elegiac and Effective

By JESSE GREEN

Glossy and bristling with fine performances, this adaptation of the 1960 Harper Lee classic gets the Aaron Sorkin treatment.

Critic’s Notebook: β€˜Vertigo,’ Through Two Artists’ Eyes

By ARTHUR LUBOW

Jean Curran’s dye-transfer prints from film frames, and a stop-time movie by Catherine Opie, continue the 60-year love affair with Hitchcock’s “Vertigo.”

Ex-CIA Chief of Station: How should the US handle Russian aggression? Here are four things that need to happen

By Daniel Hoffman

Russian President Vladimir Putin has made clear by his actions that his chief foreign policy goals are to destabilize the U.S. internally, drive a wedge between America and our NATO allies, and enhance his influence in neighboring countries.

UN climate talks inch forward, success uncertain

By FRANK JORDANS

Negotiators from almost 200 countries raced to find agreement on the rules that will govern an international treaty on curbing global warming, but the text the Polish diplomat chairing the talks planned to present to delegates Thursday remained under debate as the two-week summit neared an end.

UN climate talks inch forward, success uncertain

By FRANK JORDANS

Negotiators from almost 200 countries raced to find agreement on the rules that will govern an international treaty on curbing global warming, but the text the Polish diplomat chairing the talks planned to present to delegates Thursday remained under debate as the two-week summit neared an end.

The Physical and Spiritual Art of Capoeira

By ROSE MARIE CROMWELL and SETH KUGEL

Our reporter and photographer went to Permangolinha, a three-day retreat where capoeira meets sustainable farming.

Spanish PM hardens Catalonia stance with eye on election

By Georgi Gotev

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said on Wednesday (12 December) he would stand firm against what he called "inflammatory" Catalan separatist rhetoric, hardening his stance towards the region and upping the stakes in a broader political game.

Congress moves to ban cockfighting in US territories

By DANICA COTO

Congress on Wednesday gave final passage to legislation that would shut down legal cockfights in U.S. territories including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, ending an institution dating from the colonial era that generates millions of dollars each year.

Congress moves to ban cockfighting in US territories

By DANICA COTO

Congress on Wednesday gave final passage to legislation that would shut down legal cockfights in U.S. territories including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, ending an institution dating from the colonial era that generates millions of dollars each year.

UN chief calls for compromise, sacrifice at climate talks

By FRANK JORDANS

The United Nations secretary-general called on countries to make compromises in tackling global warming, amid concern that the U.N. conference on the issue could end without a substantial agreement.

Fox News Poll: President Trump ends year two with 46 percent job approval

By Dana Blanton

Donald Trump continues to suffer from upside-down job ratings as his second year as president winds down.  In addition, views of the economy remain divided, voters feel the administration’s economic policies have not helped them -- and fewer are optimistic about future economic conditions than two years ago, according to the latest Fox News poll. 

Fox News Poll: President Trump ends year two with 46 percent job approval

By Dana Blanton

Donald Trump continues to suffer from upside-down job ratings as his second year as president winds down.  In addition, views of the economy remain divided, voters feel the administration’s economic policies have not helped them -- and fewer are optimistic about future economic conditions than two years ago, according to the latest Fox News poll. 

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