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Op-Ed: Western military coalition AWOL as Russia invades Ukraine

Kiev - As Western Europe and the U.S. confront Russia with layers of economic sanctions, Russian troops have crossed into Ukraine deploying artillery units to fire on Ukrainian forces, NATO said Friday.

Man who called 911 to complain stripper refused sex is arrested

A man in Butte, Montana hired a lap dancer but somewhere along the way he expected her to have sex with him. She refused and he got a little hot under the collar. He decided to call 911 to complain about it, naturally.

From earliest human settlement in the Americas to modern city Special

Puerto Montt - Puerto Montt is a port city in southern Chile that thrives on salmon farming, trade and tourism. It is a port of call for international cruise ships and departure of vessels to ChiloƩ Island and the Patagonian Fjords in the far south of the continent.

Op-Ed: Top 5 country songs by new female artists

While country music was primarily dominated by men, here are five songs by rising female country artists that have made an impact on the genre this year.

Country singer Brett Eldredge thanks parents at No. 1 party

Nashville - Country singer Brett Eldredge celebrated his second No. 1 single at a party held in the BMI building in Nashville, on August 20.

170 migrants feared lost at sea off Libya

Tripoli - A Libyan coastguard official said on Friday a boat carrying 200 illegal migrants from sub-Saharan Africa was feared lost at sea off the capital Tripoli, with 170 people still missing.

Joel Crouse celebrates new album with Grand Ole Opry performance

Nashville - On August 19, country singer Joel Crouse released his debut studio album "Even The River Runs," and he celebrated it the best way possible.

Yellen takes dead aim at a GOP movement to rein in the federal reserve

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen doesn't want to follow anyone's rules. On Friday at the Jackson Hole economic symposium, Yellen spoke on the state of the labor market and how these dynamics effect monetary policy.

Review: Hunter Hayes rocks the Today show, makes big announcement Special

New York - On August 22, country star Hunter Hayes performed on the NBC Today Show's "Toyota Concert Series" at Rockefeller Plaza in New York, and he had the crowd with him every step of the way.

No surrender: Ukraine rebels confident despite losses

Donetsk - Ukrainian forces may be pummelling them daily and key leaders might have just quit but defiant pro-Russian rebels say any talk of them being on the back foot is just crude propaganda from Kiev.

Monkey's selfie can't be copyrighted, U.S. regulators say

A selfie taken by a monkey can't be copyrighted, according to United States regulators. In so doing, the regulators determined a monkey, or any other animal that takes a picture of itself does not own the copyright.

Elephant poaching continues at a 'rapid pace'

A new, disturbing report shows that tens of thousands of African elephants have been illegally killed in the last four years.

Lab mice have 'lost' traits through domestication

A study of laboratory bred mice has revealed that some behavioral traits, like female aggression, have been lost with domestication.

Marburg virus drug shows promise

Monkeys infected with lethal doses of Marburg virus, as part of a laboratory study, were rescued by an experimental siRNA-based therapeutic.

Microbes discovered 800 meters deep in Antarctica lake

Samples taken from an Antarctic lake 800 meters below the ice reveal an abundance of microbial life. The lake was the vast and mysterious Lake Whillans.

Op-Ed: Ice Bucket Challenge: A good cause or a chance to seek attention?

It is the latest fad soaring across the Internet; celebrities are queuing up to have a bucket of ice cold water thrown over their over-sized heads, just to raise some money for charity.

What has happened to global warming?

There has been an apparent hiatus in global warming, much to the delight of the climate-change naysayers. Climate scientists are perplexed over the slowdown in rising surface temperatures, even though atmospheric greenhouse gases continue to increase.

Will Hoge talks 'Middle of America,' new album and future plans Special

New York - Country singer Will Hoge sat down and chatted with me prior to his concert at the Highline Ballroom in New York on August 21.

Hamas executes 'collaborators', Israeli boy killed

Gaza - Hamas executed 18 alleged collaborators in Gaza City on Friday as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed harsh retribution for the killing of a four-year-old boy by Palestinian mortar fire.

Fitz And The Tantrums to kick off the 2014 U.S. Open

Flushing - On Monday, August 25, Fitz and The Tantrums will be taking center court of the 2014 U.S. Open with a special performance.
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