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4 Norman North students charged with sex crimes for wrestling bus incident

Oklahoma high school wrestlers plead not guilty to rape

Four Oklahoma high school wrestlers have pleaded not guilty to charges of sexually assaulting two other wrestlers. Mashburn said the... Read more.

10 Soldiers Missing After Avalanche In Siachen In Ladakh

Soldiers Trapped After Avalanche Hits Army Post at Siachen

“Rescue operations by specialized teams from Army and Air Force are underway to rescue the soldiers”. At least 10 Army... Read more.

Zika: How to protect yourself from the mosquito-borne virus

Peru announces 1st case of Zika

Zika Virus: People are wondering if there is a vaccine available l to this imminent epidemic. “But my guess is... Read more.

Zika virus

Ireland confirms first two cases of Zika virus in man and woman

The HSE said the newly-discovered Zika cases in Ireland are “not an unexpected event” as many other European countries have... Read more.

Russia ready to meet with Riyadh-formed Syrian opposition

Lavrov: Russia won’t stop Syria strikes until “terrorists” defeated

Russia will not stop its airstrikes on Syria until armed groups, such as al-Qaeda’s wing there, are defeated, Russian Foreign... Read more.

Search for missing skier resumes near Canyons resort area

Body of missing skier found buried in avalanche

The search resumed Tuesday for an experienced skier missing near the Canyons Ski Resort since Sunday. The Summit County Sheriff’s... Read more.

ChemChina offers $  43B for Swiss pesticide giant Syngenta

Lowe’s makes another run for Canada’s Rona in $2.3B deal

US home improvement retailer Lowe’s Companies Inc LOW.N said it would buy Rona Inc RON.TO in a deal valued at... Read more.

Super Bowl 50 media day kicks off in the Bay Area: Exclusive photos

Peyton Manning Compares Career to Toby Keith Song

Media day was a prime-time event held at the SAP Center in San Jose, California. Over the course of their... Read more.