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At least 7 killed in airstrikes in Syria's Aleppo

BEIRUT (AP) — Anti-government activists say airstrikes in Syria’s northern city of Aleppo have killed at least seven people in rebel-held areas. … Read entire article »

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China plans to land on Mars by 2020

BEIJING (AP) — Work is proceeding quickly on China’s planned mission to land a rover on Mars by 2020, the chief administrator of the country’s ambitious space program said Friday. … Read entire article »

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Markets Right Now: Poor US earnings weigh on Europe

LONDON (AP) — The Latest on financial markets (all times local): … Read entire article »

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French minister says Paris meeting for Mideast peace needed

PARIS (AP) — The French foreign minister has confirmed that Paris will host an international meeting on May 30 to try to restart peace efforts between Palestinians and Israel — even though both sides will be absent. … Read entire article »

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The Latest: In 911 call, prosecutor accused of sex assault

HAHNVILLE, La. (AP) — The Latest on the case of a former Louisiana district attorney who pleaded guilty Wednesday to obstructing a federal investigation of allegations that he solicited sex from at least 20 women in exchange for leniency from his office (all times local): … Read entire article »

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Spanish clubs hanging at the forefront of European soccer

MADRID (AP) — One thing hasn’t changed in soccer the last few seasons: The success of Spanish clubs in European competitions. … Read entire article »

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British foreign secretary welcomes Yemen talks in Kuwait

KUWAIT CITY (AP) — Britain’s foreign secretary has welcomed the start of peace talks to end the war in Yemen, which are underway in Kuwait. … Read entire article »

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Extremists in north Mali free Int'l Red Cross workers

BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — A local official and a Tuareg separatist say Islamic extremists have released three staffers from the International Committee of the Red Cross being held in northern Mali. … Read entire article »

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Photographer's view of young Nepal quake victims' friendship

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Associated Press photographer Niranjan Shrestha chronicled the lives of two young Nepal earthquake victims for several months after the April 25, 2015, disaster. Below, he shares his experiences: … Read entire article »

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Kenya president signs doping law to avoid WADA sanctions

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed a long awaited anti-doping bill, a move which will likely help the country avoid sanctions from the World Anti-Doping Agency. … Read entire article »

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‘Meanest Mom Ever’ Threw Her Kids’ Ice Cream in the Trash for an Amazing Reason

‘Meanest Mom Ever’ Threw Her Kids’ Ice Cream in the Trash for an Amazing Reason

It can be hard to be a firm parent in a society where hurt feelings are more important than enforcing behavior and teaching moral values. All over the web, you see stories of how parents are expected to treat their children. You can’t spank, you can’t yell, and God forbid you tell your kids “no” anymore.  But one mother is here to refresh your world view with an unapologetic application of some good, old-fashioned parenting After … Read entire article »

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MRCTV Commemorates Prince's Best Songs

MRCTV Commemorates Prince's Best Songs

Iconic rock musician Prince has died at the age of 57. Prince was said to have recently fallen ill due to the flu. He even had to postpone a concert earlier this month in Atlanta. He later performed the concert, but afterwards his plane had to make an emergency landing due to his illness. Prince was said to be fine after leaving the hospital.  Yvette Noel-Schure, Prince’s publicist, released a statement earlier Thursday. “It is with profound sadness … Read entire article »

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Kid Films Himself Spitting on Police Car, Police Respond

Kid Films Himself Spitting on Police Car, Police Respond

Andrew Coronado, a dumb kid in Gilbert, Ariz., filmed himself spiting on a police vehicle. And, as teenagers are wont to do, he posted it on Twitter. The Gilbert Police Department saw the video and responded — epically. “Andrew, thanks for the video with the evidence against you! #americasdumbestcriminals,” the department wrote. Police said they aren’t going to file charges, saying it’s just “public shaming.”   [intermarkets_ad] And it appears Andrew got the message, as the video is no longer … Read entire article »

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Prince Dead at 57

Prince Dead at 57

The artist known as Prince has died, according to TMZ. Prince’s body was discovered at his Paisley Park compound in Minnesota early this morning. The singer had a medical emergency on April 15 that forced his private jet to make an emergency landing in Illinois. But he appeared at a concert the next day and assured fans he was okay. Representatives told TMZ he was battling the flu.[intermarkets_ad] Prior to his most recent appearance, however, Prince had canceled … Read entire article »

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ACLU Defends Trump Supporter Facing 90 Days in Jail

ACLU Defends Trump Supporter Facing 90 Days in Jail

The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey is coming to the defense of a man who is facing 90 days in jail for flying a “TRUMP” flag outside his home. As MRCTV previously reported, West Long Branch resident Joe Hornick received a summons for displaying a political campaign sign more than 30 days before an election. Hornick maintains the flag is not political because there’s “nothing mentioning about an election or any particular party.” Hornick is … Read entire article »

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1st Lady Dumps ‘Steak and Arugula’ for ‘Pizza and Fries’ as Her Favorite Foods

1st Lady Dumps ‘Steak and Arugula’ for ‘Pizza and Fries’ as Her Favorite Foods

1st Lady Dumps Steak, Arugula for Pizza, Fries as Her Favorite Foods Remember when First Lady Michelle Obama declared that steak and arugula were her favorite foods – and her vow to swear off French fries? Well, now, the nation’s top advocate for healthful eating says pizza and … Read entire article »

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ISIS Desperate for Cash, Sells Organs from Injured Fighters

ISIS Desperate for Cash, Sells Organs from Injured Fighters

Multiple reports indicate that ISIS is so strapped for cash that they have started killing their injured fighters so they can sell their organs on the black market. An Iranian news agency reported the terror group is having budget troubles due to loss of territory in the southern part of Mosul, Iraq, and have begun taking such desperate measures as selling the hearts and kidneys of their injured.  “Doctors were threatened to take out the body … Read entire article »

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VIDEO: A Conservative Crashes 'Democracy Spring' Protests

VIDEO: A Conservative Crashes 'Democracy Spring' Protests

VIDEO: A Conservative Crashes ‘Democracy Spring’ Protests Without any jobs to worry about, liberal protesters from the group calling themselves “Democracy Spring” spent an entire week in front of the U.S. Capitol building waving signs, complaining about how awful America is and getting arrested in order to … Read entire article »

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U.K. Student Unions Elect Muslim Pres. Who Sympathizes with Terrorists

U.K. Student Unions Elect Muslim Pres. Who Sympathizes with Terrorists

The National Union of Students (NUS), the confederation of student unions across the United Kingdom, has elected its first black female Muslim president—a radical activist who has endorsed terrorism against Israelis while refusing to condemn terrorism perpetrated by ISIS because it would be “Islamophobic.” In an election held on Wednesday, Malia Bouattia defeated her opponent, incumbent Megan Dunn, by nearly 50 votes. In 2014, while serving as the Black Student Officer, Bouattia voted against a motion that … Read entire article »

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Can Trump Lock Up the Nomination Before Cleveland?

Can Trump Lock Up the Nomination Before Cleveland … Read entire article »

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