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The two black soccer stars pictured on the front page of an Italian newspaper under the headline "Black Friday" embraced on the pitch ahead of Friday's clash between their teams.
The distribution of a leaked UK trade agreement with the United States, currently the subject of heated debate ahead of the United Kingdom's general elections, is likely the work of an established information operation with suspected ties to Russian intelligence, Reddit said Friday.
At least 12 demonstrators were killed and 22 others wounded Friday when gunmen in several vehicles opened fire on a protest site in central Baghdad, medical sources and activists told CNN, marking one of the most violent days in the Iraqi capital for weeks.
When Carlota Prado was asked to enter the "diary room" on the Spanish version of the "Big Brother" reality TV series, it would have seemed an entirely mundane request.
When Sean Binder arrived on the Greek island of Lesbos in October 2017, the migrant crisis facing Europe had changed from a temporary emergency to a long-term political reality. While the number of crossings had dropped dramatically since 2015, deaths at sea remained high, and those surviving the journey were facing indefinite stays in overcrowded camps on arrival.
The UK is finally reaching the end of a weird few weeks. On Thursday, Brits will go to the polls to vote in what might be the most important election in a generation.
White House (still) won't cooperate -- Shocking exactly zero people, White House counsel Pat Cipollone fired off a strongly worded letter declining to participate in future House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearings. "House Democrats have wasted enough of America's time with this charade," Cipollone wrote. He signed the letter Trump-style, with a Sharpie and a ginormous John Hancock. On Monday, the Judiciary Committee will hear presentations from its lawyers and those of the House Intelligence Committee. It won't hear anything, clearly, from the White House.
Trump's former Russia ambassador: Putin is 'probably joyful' about claims of Ukraine meddling in 2016 election
A former US ambassador to Russia said Russian President Vladimir Putin was "probably joyful" about -- and may have enabled -- the conspiracy theory circulated by some Republicans that Ukraine, not Russia, interfered in the 2016 elections.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday put a temporary hold on House subpoenas requesting President Donald Trump's financial documents from two banks. In a brief order, Ginsburg said a lower court opinion that allowed the subpoenas to proceed would go on hold until December 13.
Three square miles of volcanic rock on the edge of the East China Sea may one day be used as an unsinkable aircraft carrier for the United States Navy in the event of war in Asia.
After a four-day-long trial, a jury took less than an hour to decide that Tesla CEO Elon Musk did not defame British caver Vernon Unsworth when he sent a tweet calling Unsworth "pedo guy."
President Donald Trump's phone calls with his lawyer Rudy Giuliani are sparking concerns about whether hostile foreign countries are listening in on their conversations. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
As expected, Democrats' impeachment effort gained steam in the fast-paced week after Thanksgiving recess.
The White House on Friday blasted the House's impeachment inquiry as "completely baseless" and a "reckless abuse of power" ahead of a deadline set by House Democrats for the White House to say whether it would participate in the impeachment proceedings.
A Russian billionaire was killed in a road collision while walking his dog in England last week, it has been confirmed.