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Protesters rally outside the River Bluff Dental clinic against the killing a famous lion in Zimbabwe, in Bloomington, Minnesota July 29, 2015. REUTERS/Eric Miller

Major U.S. airlines end trophy hunter shipments

NEW YORK - Three U.S. airlines have banned the transport of lion, leopard, elephant, rhino or buffalo killed by trophy hunters, in the latest fallout from the killing of Zimbabwe's Cecil the lion last month.  Full Article | Related Story 

Wall St. falls as Apple slips to six-month low 11:26am EDT

- U.S. stocks fell on Tuesday as Apple's shares remained under pressure, hitting their lowest in more than six months, and investors digested earnings reports from a host of companies.

Opinion: It’s crazy time in America

U.S. Presidential Candidate Donald Trump points as he stands outside Trump Turnberry Resort, Scotland.   Action Images via Reuters / Russell Cheyne

The Republican craziness will end when the party begins to take notice of the polls showing that Donald Trump won’t beat Hillary Clinton. Until then, don't try to out-Trump Trump.  Commentary 

A protester leaves after demonstrating outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Vista, California, August 3, 2015.  REUTERS/Mike Blake

Senate blocks Planned Parenthood defunding

WASHINGTON - Republican legislation to cut off federal funding for Planned Parenthood failed to gather enough support in the Senate, halting at least for now moves to punish the women's health group.   Full Article 

Migrants make their way along train tracks as they attempt to access the Channel Tunnel in Frethun, near Calais, France, August 2, 2015. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol

'Jungle' migrants of Calais: A day in the life

CALAIS, France - For most of the 3,000 inhabitants of the "Jungle," a shanty town on the sand dunes of France's north coast, the climax of each day is the nightly bid to sneak into the undersea tunnel they hope will lead to new life in Britain.  Full Article 

A woman holding an Apple iPhone passes a Samsung Galaxy S6 advertisement at a mall in Singapore April 24, 2015.  REUTERS/Edgar Su

Glamour days for Samsung are over

SEOUL - For four years Samsung has basked in the success of its Galaxy smartphones, making billions of dollars competing in the premium mobile market. But the coming years are set to be more somber, as it wards of competition from Chinese rivals.   Full Article 

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A-bomb survivors say 'no' to nuclear power

Atomic bomb survivors in Japan call for an end to nuclear power as the 70th anniversary of Japan's defeat approaches. Eve Johnson reports.

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