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Post-ABC poll: Biden maintains lead over Trump nationally in stable presidential race
Strong support from women fuels Biden’s advantage, and the economy remains a bright spot for the president.
Will The Current Azerbaijan-Armenia Conflict Escalate Into a Dirty Conflict?
Both the countries are being supplied weapons & other war machines by their allies & thus became the most flourishing arms market in Europe.
Facing IS, last embattled Sikhs, Hindus leave Afghanistan
Afghanistan’s dwindling community of Sikhs and Hindus is shrinking to its lowest levels ever
Leaders to UN: If virus doesn't kill us, climate change will
In a year of cataclysm, some world leaders at this week’s annual United Nations meeting are taking the long view, warning: If COVID-19 doesn't kill us, climate change will. With Siberia seeing its warmest temperature on record this year and enormous chunks of ice caps in Greenland and Canada sliding into the sea, countries are acutely aware there's no vaccine for global warming.
Mexican police and soldiers wanted over unsolved disappearance of 43 students
Mexican authorities have issued dozens of arrest warrants for police and soldiers they believe were involved in the still-unsolved disappearance of 43 college students six years ago.
College football Week 4 winners and losers include Auburn, Mississippi State, Big 12
Your team is terrible. Every team is terrible. The Big 12 is terrible — on that we can all agree. Kickers are terrible. Everything is terrible.
France racism: Paris to commemorate slave rebellion figure
A statue will honour Solitude, a black woman involved in a 1802 uprising in the French West Indies.
Syria minister calls Turkey region's main terrorism sponsor
Syria’s foreign minister accused Turkey on Saturday of being “one of the main sponsors of terror” in his country and the region, and said it is guilty of “a war crime and a crime against humanity” for cutting water to more than a dozen towns that resisted Turkish occupation.
Proud Boys draw smaller-than-expected crowd to Portland as city hopes for calm
The far-right group had planned a rally of thousands, but drew hundreds. Counterprotesters had a larger gathering elsewhere, but the groups kept apart Saturday afternoon.
Mark Rosenker, transportation safety expert who served George W. Bush, dies at 73
He worked in the White House and chaired the National Transportation Safety Board under Bush.
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After weeks of chaos, a slow return to in-person classes and wide-scale testing bring some stability to D.C.-area universities
Colleges and universities in the Washington area have reported relatively few coronavirus cases so far this fall.
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