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Drought's impact on forests is incorrect on climate models

A new study out of Princeton University suggests the planet's forests will take longer to recover from extremes of climate than previously thought. This revelation indicates the world's forests are storing less carbon than models have assumed.

Man bicycling across America for charity struck by car and killed

A man bicycling across America to raise money for affordable housing died after being hit by a car in western Oklahoma Thursday morning.

Texas town plagued with 'little red worms' in the tap water

Residents of a subdivision in the town of Old River-Winfree, Texas stormed the city government offices Monday night, all clutching bottles and plastic containers of water filled with tiny, little red wiggly worms.

Country queen Lynn Anderson passes away at age 67

It is with heavy heart to announce the passing of country music queen, Grammy award winner and multi-million-selling artist Lynn Anderson.

Review: David Cook captivates on rocking new single 'Criminals' Special

David Cook has released his newest single "Criminals" and it yet another astonishing track from the season 7 American Idol winner.

Bernabe Concepcion beats Juma Fundi via 2nd round KO

Filipino bantamweight challenger Berrnabe Concepcion opted for an early knockout win against Juma Fundi of Tanzania on Friday at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City Philippines to bag the vacant WBO Oriental super bantamweight title.

The first ever production Bugatti Veyron no. 001 goes on sale

In August a piece of automotive history is being put up for auction - the first production Bugatti Veyron ever made, no. 001.

WWE legend 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper dead at 61

World Wrestling Entertainment, WWE, legend 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper has passed away at the age of 61. The WWE confirmed the news.

Windows 10 launch mired by annoying bugs for many

Microsoft's worldwide rollout of Windows 10 is now well under way but it hasn't gone through without its fair share of issues. Users have been reporting a wide range of early bugs including install failures, broken Start menus and crashing, unstable apps.

Nigeria attacks kill 16 as force chief promises to crush Boko Haram

Kano - A female suicide bomber and Boko Haram gunmen killed 16 people in Nigeria as the commander of a new multinational force tasked with fighting the Islamists pledged on Friday to crush the insurgency "very soon".

Battling HIV with novel cancer drug

The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) can be "flushed out" from hiding places in the human body by using a drug normally used to treat cancer, according to a new study.

Op-Ed: Kudos to RFE/RL

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty is showing courage and practices good journalism in response to threats from Putin propaganda and disinformation.

Iran heat index near record 165 degrees, fatalities reported

The Middle East has been hit with near record temperatures and humidity this week, leading to the Iraq government mandating a holiday. Iran recorded the second highest heat index of 165 degrees on Friday.

Shared picture on Facebook leads to new carnivorous plant

Selfies, baby pictures and family vacations all make their way to Facebook for all the world to see. But when an amateur botanist posted a picture of a plant he didn't recognize on his Facebook page, it led to the discovery of a new species.

Ukraine court permits self-rule for pro-Russia rebels

Kiev - Ukraine's highest court on Friday allowed parliament to vote on Western-backed constitutional amendments aimed at stemming daily bloodshed by giving pro-Russian insurgents partial autonomy in the separatist east.

Tests on apparent plane debris to begin Wednesday

Toulouse - Plane debris that might be from a Malaysian Airlines jetliner that disappeared without a trace last year will undergo testing by aviation experts beginning Wednesday.

Mary Jane Veloso could still be executed by firing squad

Philippine government officials representing the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) and the Department of Justice (DOJ ) are now in Indonesia to discuss with their Indonesian counterparts the fate of death-row convict Mary Jane Veloso.

Al-Qaeda in Syria attacks U.S.-trained rebel base

Birut - Al-Qaeda's Syria affiliate launched a fierce assault on the headquarters of a US-trained rebel group Friday, while claiming responsibility for capturing members of the "moderate" force earlier this week.

Nuns rebel against Katy Perry convent bid

Los Angeles - The terms "Katy Perry" and "convent" are not the first to spring to mind when playing a word association game. The pop star wants to buy an ex-convent, and the former nuns who lived there are not having any of it.

Review: 'The Sales Assassin — Master Your Black Belt in Sales'

Anthony Caliendo has produced a book that is geared toward the reader that, as he puts it, wants to become "the ultimate master of sales passion and discipline - or a Sales Assassin Master (aka as a SAM)."
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