Hundreds of thousands of Americans galvanized by last month’s Florida school massacre rallied in cities across the country to demand tighter gun laws.
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Globalists buck U.S. index fund trend
Volatility in U.S. equity markets this year is pushing investors not only to invest in stocks abroad, but also to commit their money to an even more foreign place: the hands of stockpickers rather than index funds.
California police shooting of unarmed black man forcing look at policies
Did police tell an unarmed black man who they were before shooting him to death in a dark backyard in Sacramento, California? That question is forcing an examination of policies dictating when and how police identify themselves while encountering suspects.
Moscow says Europe 'unpredictable and aggressive' over Skripal: RIA
Moscow is uncomfortable about European states' stance over the poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter in England, RIA news agency cited the Kremlin as saying on Saturday.
As Syrian rebels quit Ghouta, Douma stands alone
Syrian rebels began pulling out of several towns in their former enclave of eastern Ghouta on Saturday, surrendering them to the government and leaving the besieged city of Douma as their last bastion there.
Italian parties reach deal on parliamentary speakers
Italy's anti-establishment 5-Star Movement hooked up with conservative parties on Saturday to elect the speakers of both houses of parliament, but there was no sign yet they might extend this pact and form a government.
The Catholic Church - coming to a Starbucks near you?
It might be called Cappuccino Catholicism.
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U.S. forces carried out an air strike near the southern Libyan city of Ubari on Saturday "killing two terrorists", the U.S. Africa Command said.