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Neo-Nazi publisher won't reveal whereabouts, citing threats

The publisher of a notorious neo-Nazi website won't publicly reveal where he is living "for reasons of personal safety" but says he moved to Cambodia last year and still resides outside the U.S.

Incredible Underwater Video Shows Photographer…

A photographer had a wild photo shoot with some sea lions.

Saudi Arabia Screens First Films In Decades…

Saudi Arabia is allowing movies to be shown in theaters for the first time since the early 1980s.

Amazon Names Finalists In US And Canada For Its…

The company is considering Toronto as well as 18 U.S. cities and one county.

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Stars turn out for swansong of Louis Vuitton…

The celebrity allure of Paris Fashion Week menswear shows was at its height as the notables from the worlds of sports, film and fashion attended the Louis Vuitton swansong show for designer Kim Jones

Olympic win in view from Korean unity at…

Uniting athletes from South Korea and North Korea at the Pyeongchang Games next month offers hope of an Olympic victory for all parties

Governors to Trump, Congress: Do more to solve opioid crisis

State governors in the US are asking the Trump administration and Congress to provide more funding and coordination to deal with the opioid crisis

Even without El Nino last year, Earth keeps on…

Government scientists calculate that 2017 wasn't the hottest year on record, but close and unusually warm for no El Nino adding warmth

The Latest: High winds halt long-distance trains…

Germany's national railway says it has suspended long-distance train services across the country because of powerful Storm Friederike

Researchers: Hacking campaign linked to Lebanese…

Researchers say major blunder has exposed a global hacking operation tied to Lebanon's main intelligence agency

They Were Being Pounded by Waves. Then the Drone Came

In what the deputy premier of New South Wales is calling a "historic" rescue, two teens were saved from choppy surf thanks to a drone that dropped an inflatable safety device to them—all as it recorded the rescue. The BBC reports that Aussie lifeguards were still testing how to...

EU official: Greece closing in on end of bailout…

A senior EU official says Greece is getting within reach of ending its Herculean bailout program which saved it from the brink of bankruptcy

The Latest: Louisiana water systems struggling…

Bitter winter weather is causing problems for some Louisiana water systems

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Sheriff: Deputy dragged by car stuns, shoots Alabama suspect

An Alabama man who authorities say dragged a sheriff's deputy with his vehicle was shot with both a stun gun and a firearm

Here are Some Differences Between Cat And Dog…

Your favorite, music, movies and hobbies could help identify whether you like cats or dogs. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

The Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan Dies…

London police say she died in an "unexplained" fashion and that they're investigating.

US Government Says Puerto Rico Has Too Much Money…

Federal officials say the Federal Emergency Management Agency will distribute a loan once Puerto Rico's cash balance decreases.

Outdoor artworks illuminate London in Lumiere…

The dark January streets of London are being transformed into an illuminated outdoor gallery as part of the Lumiere arts festival

New coach, healthy star push Buckeyes to…

A new coach and a healthy star are taking Ohio State to unexpected heights

Trump protecting medical providers who oppose abortion

Trump administration creating an office aimed at protecting the religious rights of medical providers, including those who oppose abortion

Moscow Saw the Sun a Grand Total of 6 Minutes…

If Russian winters weren't miserable and dreary, we wouldn't have Tolstoy and Dostoevsky. In fact, the month of December 2000 saw just three hours of sunlight in Moscow, the New York Times reports. That benchmark was just shattered, however, with Moscow experiencing its "darkest December" ever, the paper notes, soaking...

NASA Scientist Finds Michigan Meteorites

If the United States Geological Service's reading of a magnitude 2.0 earthquake in Michigan on Tuesday night wasn't enough to convince you that a meteor did in fact streak through the sky there, let Marc Fries. The NASA scientist says he managed to track the meteorites (those are the...

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China criticizes US moves on intellectual…

China has criticized moves by the U.S. targeting the sale of fake goods and Chinese telecoms equipment, saying Washington lacks objectivity in its approach to Chinese businesses

APNewsBreak: GoDaddy to sponsor Patrick in…

Only On AP: The GoDaddy Girl will be back at both the Daytona 500 and the Indianapolis 500

Of Mutual Interest: Rising bond yields, growing questions

After a long period of declines, bond yields are finally moving higher. That could mean big changes for the stock market