US rights report lashes Russia but neglects women's issues

The US State Department's human rights report for 2017, released Friday, appeared to reflect the Trump administration's worldview by scaling back on the reporting of women's issues and choosing not to identify the West Bank or Gaza Strip as territories "o

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How Barbara Bush changed the life of a Syrian pizza maker

Ask anyone around Houston to name their favorite pizza joint, and the answer's likely to be unanimous: Fuzzy's in west Houston.


Kanye West is life coaching on Twitter

It's not news that rapper Kanye West has a way with words.


Democrats aren't expecting an Arizona miracle, but their eyes are on November

Democrats don't think they are going to win next week's special election in the reliably Republican suburbs west of Phoenix.

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Flesh-eating disease spreads in Australia and no one knows why

Scientists in Australia have voiced concern about an apparent outbreak of Buruli ulcer, a flesh-eating disease that usually occurs in West and central Africa.


Man City wins Premier League title

Manchester City won the English Premier League title on Sunday after rivals Manchester United stumbled to defeat against relegation-threatened West Bromwich Albion.


Nigeria's Buhari rejects another free trade agreement

Nigeria's President Buhari refuses to sign West Africa-EU free trade agreement. It follows Nigeria's decision earlier this year not to join the African Continental Free Trade Agreement.


The Point: Trump's 43 most head-scratching lines from his not-at-all boring West Virginia tax speech

President Donald Trump jetted to West Virginia on Thursday to tout his tax-cut plan. But, as he often does, he went off script in a major way, at one point throwing his page of prepared remarks in the air and proclaiming them "boring."

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