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Facebook co-founder calls on the government to break up the company

Facebook co-founder in a New York Times editorial today said the social networking giant has become a corporate monopoly with too much power and said the federal government needs to step in and break up the company.

Deadly thunderstorms leave a trail of destruction across south-central US

Deadly thunderstorms unleashed baseball-sized hail, flooding rainfall and numerous tornadoes across western portions of Texas and Oklahoma Tuesday into late Wednesday

South Africa election: ANC in the lead

South Africa - With results declared in some 23% of districts, the ANC has won about 55% of the ballot, well...

Trade war threatens to enrage 2020 race as Republicans complain about...

President Trump’s aggressive trade policies are running head first into his campaign for reelection.

UN to conclude hearings on Qatar’s complaint against the UAE and...

UN - The Committee on Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD) concluded its work after reviewing the complaint submitted...

No matter what Trump says, tariffs aren’t boosting the American economy

In threatening an escalation of a trade war with China over the weekend, President Donald Trump claimed that the tariffs already in place have boosted the economy.

41 dead after Aeroflot plane’s emergency landing, fire at Sheremetyevo...

41 people were killed Sunday after a Russian airliner made a hard emergency landing and caught fire at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, officials said.

U.S. citizen arrested in Italy for suspected murder of shopkeeper

A U.S. citizen was arrested on Saturday and is suspected of murdering a shopkeeper in a town near Rome, police said.

North Korea launches short-range ‘projectiles’

The projectiles were fired from North Korea's east-coast town of Wonsan in a northeastern direction and reportedly toward the East Sea, the agency said, citing a news release.

Venezuela’s Guaido remains defiant after utter failure to recruit military

Venezuelan opposition supporters gathered for a second day of mass protests against embattled President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday, less than 24 hours after Guaido's attempted coup led to violent clashes with pro-government forces.

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