Jim Bunning, Hall of Fame pitcher and ex-U.S. senator, dies

Jim Bunning, the former U.S. senator and a National Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher, suffered a stroke last week at his home in Southgate, but is recovering. Bunning(Photo: AP Photo)Former U.S. Sen. Jim Bunning, a major league pitching star who took his aggressive, no-nonsense brand of competitivenes
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What if U.S. quits climate deal? Doesn’t look good for Earth

A polar bear test the strength of thin sea ice in the Arctic on Aug. 22, 2015.(Photo: Mario Hoppmann, European Geosciences Union, AFP/Getty Images)WASHINGTON — Earth is likely to reach more dangerous levels of warming even sooner if the U.S. retreats from its pledge to cut carbon dioxide pollution
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G-7 summit protesters rail against immigration, capitalism as leaders fly overhead

Demonstrators march to protest the G7 summit at nearby Taormina on the island of Sicily on May 27, 2017 in Giardini Naxos, Italy.(Photo: Sean Gallup, Getty Images)GIARDINI NAXOS, Sicily – As the Group of Seven summit wrapped up Saturday, thousands demonstrated in the streets, rallying around do
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Philippines president jokes about rape in speech to soldiers

Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte speaks during a visit to troops in Iligan city in the southern Philippines on Friday.(Photo: Presidential Photographers Division handout, EPA)ILIGAN, Philippines — Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte made a joke about rape as he urged soldiers to use the powers
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Trump leaves G-7 summit amid climate change, trade disputes

EmbedShare The leaders of the Group of Seven nations signed a declaration to fight terrorism and extremism. Italy's Prime Minister Gentiloni says it's strong message of friendship and solidarity with Britain after the deadly Manchester attack. (May 26) APFrom left, Guinea's Preside
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Pope: More Christian martyrs today than in ancient times

Pope Francis waves during a meeting with youth at the Santuario della Madonna della Guardia (Virgin Mary of the Guardia Sanctuary) as part of a one-day visit in Genoa, on May 27, 2017.(Photo: Marco Bertorello, AFP/Getty Images)GENOA, Italy — Pope Francis prayed Saturday for the Coptic Christians k
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‘Gator shotgun’: 2 charged after pouring beer down alligator’s throat

A beer is poured down the throat of a young alligator in South Carolina. Two men have been charged with harassment of wildlife in the incident.(Photo: South Carolina Department of Natural Resources)A pair of South Carolina men who poured beer down the throat of a young alligator now face harassment
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Danish man arrested in Russian raid on Jehovah’s Witness service

Dennis Christensen, shown in a file photo, was arrested May 25, 2017, in Oryol, Russia, in a raid by police and security agents on a worship service by Jehovah's Witnesses, according to the group's spokesperson in New York.(Photo: Courtesy of Jehovah's Witnesses)A Danish national was arrested
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Cannes: VR exhibit shines sympathetic light on illegal immigration

Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and 'Carne y Arena' cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki attend a Cannes photocall.(Photo: Pascal Le Segretain, Getty Images)CANNES, France — One of the best things at this year's Cannes Film Festival isn't a movie, at least in a traditional sense.Carne y Arena ("Flesh
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Kushner, Russians discussed secret communication link, reports say

EmbedShare A member of Donald Trump's family is reportedly facing scrutiny by the FBI due to his ties to Russia. Video provided by Newsy NewslookPresident Trump is pictured next to his senior advisor Jared Kushner during a meeting with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni at Villa Ta
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