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UN warns of 'new era of climate change' as carbon dioxide levels reach new milestone

Greenhouse gases rose to a symbolic milestone in 2015, taking climate change into a new phase which could last generations even if governments act to curb man-made global warming, the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Monday. 447 more words


Man denied permission to cover his neo-Nazi tattoos for murder trial

LAS VEGAS — A Las Vegas man who was allowed to use makeup to cover his neo-Nazi tattoos during his robbery trial and conviction in August will not get to hide them during his upcoming murder trial punishable by the death penalty, a judge has ruled. 367 more words


Venezuela political foes to hold talks as crisis deepens

Venezuela’s government and its bitter political opponents set a date for talks after President Nicolas Maduro has a private meeting with Pope Francis.

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Reptillians Despair At Not Finding Better Candidate Than Hillary Clinton

The Reptillians have admitted that for a shadowy organisation that controls the world it could have selected a much better candidate for President than Hillary Clinton. 290 more words


Plastic surgeon posted photos of his patients going under the knife on social media

A plastic surgeon posted photographs online where he posed with unconscious and naked patients.

Yassine Ghazi regularly uploaded the graphic images to his large social media following, showing people being cut open in the middle of a procedure or lying motionless on an operating table. 313 more words


'Jackie' stands by her account, but had fears over Rolling Stone's now retracted campus rape story

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – “Jackie,” the University of Virginia student who described a brutal gang rape in a Rolling Stone magazine article, said that she felt pressured to cooperate with the article’s reporter and expressed concerns about the article’s veracity to friends and school administrators in the days before it published. 656 more words


Wave of Deals Lead US Stocks Higher; Tech Companies Jump by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


U.S. stocks rose Monday as investors were cheered by a spate of corporate dealmaking over the weekend. Technology companies made the biggest gains. 32 more words