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Long lost USS Indianapolis wreckage discovered by Paul Allen crew 
Wreckage from the USS Indianapolis, which sank 72 years ago after being torpedoed during World War II, was found in the Philippine Sea by the expedition crew of billionaire Paul Allen. The Indianapolis was hit by the Japanese on July 30, 1945 and sank in ...

Spain Terror Attacks Put Muslims in Catalonia Under Harsh Spotlight 
BARCELONA, Spain — As authorities hunted the driver who plowed into a crowd in the Catalan capital, Barcelona, some have expressed concern that the region's large Muslim population puts it at particular risk from Islamic extremism. An ISIS-affiliated ...

Trump has 'inside information' on who protested in Charlottesville, says Falwell Jr. in president's defense 
Evangelical Christian leader Jerry Falwell Jr. defended President Donald Trump's comment that there were "very fine people on both sides" in the Charlottesville protests, saying the president "had information I didn't have" about who participated in the ...

Millions of Americans ready to see sun go dark in coast-to-coast eclipse 
Millions of Americans converged on a narrow corridor stretching from Oregon to South Carolina to watch the moon blot out the midday sun Monday for a wondrous couple of minutes in the first total solar eclipse to sweep coast to coast in 99 years. Veteran ...

Trump to address nation on Afghanistan 
President Trump is set to address U.S. troops and the nation about the war in Afghanistan Monday night, the White House announced on Sunday, as the president considers whether to take a new approach to the conflict that has stretched on for 16 years.

Dozens arrested, few injured as 40,000 protesters descend on Boston 
One week after violent protests rattled Charlottesville, Virginia, a scheduled free speech rally in Boston Saturday was met with thousands of counterprotesters, but the day went off mostly smoothly, police said, with 33 arrests but few injuries. The free ...

Jerry Lewis, legendary comedian and actor, dies at 91 
Jerry Lewis, the legendary actor, comedian and director, has died, his publicist and his agent confirmed to CBS News. He was 91. Lewis, who teamed up with Dean Martin in the 1950s, and later starred in "The Nutty Professor" and "The Bellboy," died of ...

Thousands Protest White Supremacy In New Orleans 
NEW ORLEANS ― Chants of “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA” echoed throughout the French Quarter on Saturday as thousands of people marched in a peaceful ― but loud ― protest against racism and white supremacy. Under the scorching August sun, the ...

Meet Charlie Lee, Inventor Of Litecoin Cryptocurrency 
If future generations buy their coffee with cryptocurrency, they will have globetrotting programmer Charlie Lee to thank for it. “That was when bitcoin was $30,” Lee told International Business Times. “I fell in love with bitcoin, seeing it as really ...

U.S. lays out ambitious schedule for NAFTA talks as opening round concludes 
After the opening round of talks to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement, at least this much is known: the U.S. is pressing ahead for comprehensive changes and racing to meet a tight political calendar. In a joint statement issued Sunday upon ...

Teacher at elite Brentwood School accused of sexually assaulting a student 
A female teacher at the elite Brentwood School has been arrested on suspicion of having sex with an underage teenage student, authorities said. Aimee Palmitessa, 45, was taken into custody Friday by detectives and is being held at the Los Angeles ...

Israel Minister: Preserving Ties With Trump Bigger Priority Than Denouncing Neo-Nazis 
As anger mounted in Israel last week over President Donald Trump’s ― and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ― response to the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, the country’s communications minister urged Israelis to ...

University Staffers Killed Man in Chicago as Part of Sex Fantasy, Prosecutors Charge 
The July slaying of a man allegedly at the hands of two university staffers was a part of a twisted sexual fantasy that began online, prosecutors said Sunday. Wyndham Lathem, an associate professor and microbiologist at Northwestern University, in Illinois ...

Woman who live streamed sister's death after car crash says she looks 'like a monster' on video 
A woman accused of killing her little sister and injuring another teen girl says she looked "like a monster” in a video she live-streamed of the deadly crash last month. Obdulia Sanchez was charged with drunk driving and vehicular manslaughter after ...

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