Tiny Apartments and Punishing Work Hours: The Economic Roots of Hong Kong’s Protests

Tiny Apartments And Punishing Work Hours: The Economic Roots Of Hong Kong's Protests

The widening wealth gap is being felt in the most fundamental way: where people live. The apartments in which many residents now live are so small they are called cages and coffins.

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Possible Dam collapse in the North West of England

Town Evacuated As Dam Wall Collapses

Police tell Whaley Bridge's 6,500 residents to gather at a local school, as a severe flood warning is issued.

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You'll Get "nowhere Near" The Full $125 From Equifax, The FTC Says

So many people are seeking cash payments from Equifax following its disastrous 2017 data breach, there may not be enough claims money for everyone to receive a $125 check, the Federal Trade Commission warned on Wednesday.

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Car mechanic graduates from medical school at 47 to help address shortage of black doctors

Car Mechanic Graduates From Medical School At 47 To Help Address Shortage Of Black Doctors

Carl Allamby had a successful car repair business and an abysmal high school record. But when he went to pursue a business degree, a required biology course flipped a switch in him.

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Trial underway in US uses CRISPR gene-editing in people with severe sickle cell disease

Trial Underway In US Uses CRISPR Gene-editing In People With Severe Sickle Cell Disease

Several dozen patients with sickle cell disease will be among the first in the United States treated for a genetic disease with the experimental gene-editing technology CRISPR.

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As Deficit Explodes, GOP Demands Emergency Tax Cut for the Rich

As Deficit Explodes, GOP Demands Emergency Tax Cut For The Rich

Twenty senators have urged the Treasury to give the wealthy another tax cut via executive order.

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Philadelphia rap video shooting leaves 1 dead, 5 injured, police say

Philadelphia Rap Video Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 5 Injured, Police Say

One man was killed and five other people were injured when gunfire broke out moments before a rap video was set to be filmed Sunday night in Philadelphia, officials said.

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Markham quadruple murder suspect writes about killing family in online game

Markham Quadruple Murder Suspect Writes About Killing Family In Chat Group

The man accused of killing four people inside a Markham home posted messages about the murders with people he met while playing an online game, shortly after the killings took place, according to a CityNews source. The chilling messages -- obtained by CityNews -- show a conversation between the 23-year-old murder suspect, Menhaz Zaman, and ...

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Mobile salon in Moose Jaw, Sask. This barber has experienced addiction, mental health issues, and homelessness. Now he gives the homeless haircuts for free.

Mobile Salon In Moose Jaw, Sask. Provides Free Haircuts For Homeless People

A barber has taken his salon to the streets to give free haircuts to the homeless every second Sunday in Moose Jaw, Sask.

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Rescued therapy pup solves kid's puzzles to bring smiles to hospital patients' faces

Rescued Therapy Pup Solves Kid's Puzzles To Bring Smiles To Hospital Patients' Faces

This is one smart little pup! Sophie is a 2-year-old Boston terrier/beagle mix who was rescued by her owner, Karen Profenna. 

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Man in custody after four found dead in Markham house

Man In Custody After Four Found Dead In Markham House

A 20-year-old man is in custody after four people were found dead inside a house in Markham.

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Shooting at California Festival Kills at Least 3, Official Says

Shooting At California Festival Kills At Least 3, Official Says

A city councilman in Gilroy, which is southeast of San Jose, said at least 12 people were injured at an annual garlic festival.

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Strike in Moscow. Upd: 570 people arrested.

Russia: Protesters Defy Ban On Opposition Rally In Moscow

Thousands of demonstrators are expected to turn out in support of opposition candidates for Moscow's city council election. The rally follows the arrest of opposition leader Alexei Navalny on Wednesday.

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Eight killed after earthquakes hit Philippines

Eight Killed After Earthquakes Hit Philippines

Eight people were killed after back-to-back earthquakes struck the northern Philippines Saturday morning, according to CNN Philippines, citing a disaster official.

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Why We're Moving Forward With Impeachment

Why We're Moving Forward With Impeachment

Our Constitution requires it. Our democracy depends on it.

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Steamroller used in destructive midnight rampage.

Man Appears In Court Charged With Drink Driving After 'serious Steamrolling' Incident In Wellington

Police warn people not to take matters into their own hands after incident which had the "potential for tragedy".

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Apple contractors 'regularly hear confidential details' on Siri recordings

Apple Contractors 'regularly Hear Confidential Details' On Siri Recordings

Workers hear drug deals, medical details and people having sex, says whistleblower

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Alleged immigration agents approaching strangers at local stores

PITTSBURGH IMMIGRATION: Alleged Immigration Agents Approaching Strangers At Local Stores

There are multiple reports of people, believed to be Latino, being approached by people who allegedly work for the Department of Homeland Security in the East End of Pittsburgh.

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Canoga Park shooting: Gerry Dean Zaragoza, San Fernando Valley crime spree suspect, in custody

Canoga Park Shooting: Gerry Dean Zaragoza, San Fernando Valley Crime Spree Suspect, In Custody

A major manhunt in the San Fernando Valley has come to an end 12 hours after a murder suspect allegedly shot and killed at least three people and wounded several others.

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National Guard task force seizes $1 million worth of drugs

National Guard Task Force Seizes $1 Million Worth Of Drugs

Five people have been charged following a massive drug bust by the Ohio National Guard Counterdrug Task Force in Cleveland.

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