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NFL News and Rumors: Colin Kaepernick to Minnesota Vikings?

Minneapolis - The Minnesota Vikings won 11 games in 2015 and NFL experts had the team as one of the best in the NFC for this season, but an apparently serious leg injury to quarterback Teddy Bridgewater on Tuesday could be a huge blow to a franchise on the rise.

Massive cruise ship ushers new era of Arctic tourism

The largest cruise ship in Arctic history is sailing through the historic Northwest Passage, ushering in a new era of Arctic tourism. Until about a decade ago, only ships with ice-breaking capabilities were able to navigate the route even in summer.

Diego de la Hoya seeks 3rd KO win this year against Del Valle

Diego "Golden Kid" de la Hoya, cousin of legendary boxer and owner of Golden Boy Promotions Oscar de la Hoya is aiming for his third knockout win this year as he prepares for his next fight against Luis Orlando Del Valle on Sept. 17 in Arlington, Texas.

Fitbit unveils new slimmer fitness trackers with more features

Fitbit has unveiled two new fitness trackers that update its existing product line-up. The Flex 2 is the first Fitbit device to offer swim tracking features while the Charge 2 has a large easy-to-read display. Fitbit has recently been hit with lawsuits.

Kurdish-backed fighters in Syria agree Turkey truce

Birut - Kurdish-backed militias in Syria agreed Tuesday to a US initiative to stop fighting Turkish forces whose week-old incursion in the country has stoked tensions between Washington and Ankara.

Turkey demands US guarantees on Kurdish fighters' withdrawal

Ankara - Turkey on Tuesday repeated its demand that the Kurdish-backed Syrian fighters it has targeted in a cross-border offensive return east of the Euphrates, neither confirming or denying reports of a US-brokered truce.

Sudan says 816 African migrants arrested in 2 months

Khartoum - Some 800 African migrants and a group of smugglers were arrested near Sudan's border with Libya while trying to reach Europe between June and August, security officers told reporters Tuesday.

Apple is now being sued over iPhone 'Touch Disease'

Last week, news broke that scores of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets are turning up at repair shops with a new hardware defect dubbed "Touch Disease." It leaves the handset's display unusable. Apple is now being sued by a group of consumers.

Caribou herd in Labrador has declined 99 percent since 1990

St Johns - In the 1990s, the Georges River caribou herd in Labrador numbered over 800,000 animals, but the once-thriving herd is now on the verge of collapse, with fewer that 9,000 caribou remaining.

Multi-billion Apple windfall puts Ireland in unusual bind

Dublin - The European Commission's demand for Apple to pay Ireland some 13 billion euros in back taxes has put the country in the strange position of refusing the windfall for fear of scaring away valuable investment.

3,000 migrants saved off Libya a day after record rescue

Rome - Rescuers saved 3,000 migrants in the waters off Libya on Tuesday as they tried desperately to reach Europe, a day after a record 6,500 people were rescued in the Mediterranean.

Gabon braces for results in tense election

Libreville - A tense Gabon was Tuesday set to learn which of two presidential candidates -- former government colleagues and brothers-in-law but now bitter rivals -- have won a weekend poll.

NHL Trade Rumors: Cam Fowler to Edmonton Oilers?

Edmonton - With NHL training camps opening in about a months time, several teams are still looking to add depth in hopes of improving on last season. Edmonton is one such franchise as the Oilers have a need for depth on the back line.

Pope Francis, Zuckerberg: Communications tech a tool vs poverty

Pope Francis and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg have agreed that communications technology holds a crucial role in the crusade to eliminate poverty.

Microsoft apologises as Bing translates 'Daesh' to 'Saudi Arabia'

Microsoft has been forced to apologise after its Bing search engine began automatically translating "Daesh" into "Saudi Arabia." The company blamed crowdsourced translations for the error and is investigating the issue. Saudi users called for a boycott.

Two deaths, elevated lead cases linked to Life Rising supplement

Chicago - The FDA, along with state and local health officials are investigating elevated lead levels, including two deaths that have been linked to Life Rising dietary supplements produced by Ton Shen Health/Life Rising.

Wary of Russia, Lithuania builds fake town to practice warfare

- Lithuania on Tuesday opened a fake town featuring a school, sports stadium and shopping mall to practice urban warfare amid concerns over a militarily resurgent Russia next door.

Britain, France seek UN sanctions against Syria for chemical attacks

New York - Britain and France called Tuesday for United Nations sanctions to be imposed on Syria after a UN-led investigation found the regime had carried out chemical attacks.

Authorities try to sort out what prompted panic, stampede at LAX

Los Angeles - Investigators worked overtime Monday to figure out what started a Sunday night's social media-influenced panic at Los Angeles International Airport that had hundreds of airline passengers fleeing terminals and stampeding onto the airport tarmac.

Crashed Swiss fighter jet located, 'pilot still missing'

Geneva - The remains of a Swiss army fighter jet that disappeared over the Alps Monday have been located in central Switzerland, but the pilot is still missing, the defence ministry said.
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