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Ireland waits for results in gay marriage referendum

The votes are in and counting has started in Ireland in the country’s referendum on gay marriage. It is the first time a popular vote has been used…




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Police believe more than one person killed D.C. family

The four were killed and their mansion was set afire the afternoon of May 14.

     
 

 

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Mexican official: About 40 dead in cartel shootout

(Associated Press) About 40 people were killed in large-scale firefight Friday between law enforcement and criminal suspects in western Mexico, a Mexican official said.

Almost all the dead were suspected criminals, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the press.

The gunbattle happened in an area between Michoacan and Jalisco states that is known as a stronghold of the Jalisco New Generation drug cartel, which has mounted several large-scale attacks on federal and state forces in recent weeks. A federal police official said the country’s top security officials were en route to assess what happened.

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NYU faculty claim admin bilks students, splurges on self – report

A new report from New York University faculty claims the college is charging students excessive fees and tuition and spending the money on inflated salaries for administration, luxury housing for some faculty, and extensive real estate acquisitions.
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Good old days? Thirty years of FT Money

A dedicated personal finance section first appeared in the FT in 1985 — what have we learnt?
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Angolan generals drop charges against journalist Rafael Marques

Defamation charges have been dropped against a journalist who accused seven Angolan army generals of being complicit in human rights abuses. The…




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PULLED FROM SCHEDULE TLC drops ’19 Kids and Counting’ amid allegations

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How one US Embassy staffer allegedly sextorted hundreds from his desk

An American staffer at the United States Embassy in London has been accused of running a sextortion scheme—amazingly, primarily from his heavily monitored, government-owned work computer. Despite this, the embassy’s network security protocol apparently failed to flag the man’s behavior.

The suspect, Michael C. Ford, was arrested at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on May 17 as he was flying back to London with his wife and son. The criminal complaint against him was unsealed the following day.

On Thursday, a federal judge in Atlanta set Ford’s bond at ,000, despite the impassioned pleas by prosecutors for no bond at all, and ordered him to remain under house arrest in his own home in nearby Dunwoody, Georgia.

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Meet the All-Female Team on a Quest to Shake Up Indy Racing

Meet the All-Female Team on a Quest to Shake Up Indy Racing

This is Grace Autosport, an IndyCar team that will attempt to build its organization around females.

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Report: ISIL takes Iraq town, kills Syria forces

The small town of Husseiba, about four miles east of Ramadi, fell overnight.

     
 

 

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