Croatia's president honors victims of WWII camp

Croatian president has visited the site of a World War II concentration camp and honored its victims.


German official, lawyers probed in bribes-for-asylum case

German authorities are investigating an official and three lawyers on suspicion of corruption in the granting of asylum to people who weren't eligible.


Trump: Flynn's life 'destroyed' while Comey allowed to 'Leak and Lie'

President Trump defended his former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn early Friday, saying his life has been “totally destroyed” while “shadey” James Comey can “Leak and Lie” and make “lots of money” from his “third rate book.”


Charlie Rose spotted dinning in New York with Sean Penn

Sean Penn has lent his support to disgraced broadcaster Charlie Rose in print — and now he’s supporting Rose in person as well.

United States

Reward doubled to $20K after 700 pounds of dynamite stolen

Federal authorities have doubled the reward to $20,000 for information on the theft of hundreds of explosives from a worksite in Pennsylvania.

United States

Woman suspected in Minnesota, Florida deaths caught in Texas

A woman suspected of killing her husband in Minnesota and a woman in Florida was captured Thursday night at a South Texas resort.


Saudi ministry: Gunmen attack, kill 4 policemen in the south

Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry says four policemen were killed after gunmen attacked a security checkpoint in the southwestern province of Asir, which borders Yemen.


Islamic State group to give up last pocket in Syrian capital

Syrian state media says Islamic State group militants have agreed to give up their last pocket in Damascus.


How a bizarre Nazi military machine left a lasting mark on the environment

VIENNA —The Tirpitz was the Nazis' most imposing warship and the largest battleship ever built by a European navy. It should have been an easy target for bombers, but this massive vessel could hide in plain sight.


Afghan official: Roadside bomb kills 5 in eastern province

An Afghan official says a roadside bomb has killed five people in eastern Nangarhar province.


Indonesian fishermen rescue Rohingya in seas off Aceh

Police in Indonesia say fishermen have rescued 76 Rohingya Muslims from a boat stranded off Aceh province.


U2's Bono receives first George W. Bush Medal, pays tribute to late Barbara Bush

Rock star Bono, lead singer of the band U2, paid tribute to Barbara Bush on Thursday while accepting the first George W. Bush Medal for Distinguished Leadership.


Who's next? Leaders to discuss next Commonwealth head

Commonwealth leaders are meeting at Windsor Castle, where they are set to discuss whether Prince Charles should succeed his mother Queen Elizabeth II as head of the 53-nation alliance.


Former French PM mulls candidacy to become Barcelona mayor

Former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls says he is considering running in Barcelona's mayoral election next year as a candidate for a Spanish pro-business party that opposes Catalan independence.


South Sudan says military chief has died during Egypt visit

South Sudan says its military chief has died during a visit to Egypt and after a "short illness."


Rights group: Lebanon evicting Syrian refugees from towns

A leading international rights group says Syrian refugees are increasingly being evicted from towns in Lebanon without any legal basis.


Colorado's 'Barack Obama Highway' bill could face rocky road to passage

Colorado Democrats hope to convince their fellow state lawmakers to rename a stretch of Interstate 25 the “Barack Obama Highway.”


The Latest: Gaza ministry: Young protesters shot in the head

The Latest on the crisis along the Israel-Gaza border (all times local): 12:50 a.m.


Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal after 22 seasons with club

Longtime Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will step down at the end of the season after 22 seasons, the club announced Friday.


Italian city refuses to register baby born to lesbians

MILAN — A councilwoman in the Italian city of Turin says authorities have refused to register her newborn, conceived abroad by artificial insemination, due to Italian laws that make fertility treatments available only to heterosexual couples.

United States

Teen who helped find missing friend's body was the killer, police say

A California teen who led a search party to the body of his missing friend -- a local high school sports star -- was the one who stabbed him and dumped his body near a riverbed, police said Thursday.

United States

Mom who toured Europe, leaving 4 kids home alone, gets probation

An Iowa mother who left her four children at home while she went on a trip to Europe in September was sentenced to two years’ probation Thursday.


Historic hotline links South, North Korean leaders ahead of rare summit

North and South Korea opened the first-ever telephone hotline between their leaders Friday ahead of a rare summit next week focusing on de-escalating the nuclear standoff.


Army developing 'nano-satellites' for space warfare

Small "nano-satellites" could soon play a big role in U.S. Army plans to win ground wars, a top U.S. Army official said Thursday.


Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal after more than 21 years

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he will leave the English club at the end of the season after more than 21 years in charge.


Hooters girl Hannah Williams dishes on posing in swimsuit, hanging out with cast of 'Super Troopers 2'

Hannah Williams is a Hooters girl from Texas who loves hunting and fishing in the great outdoors, as well as a good laugh with the help of a cult comedy classic.

Life & Style

8 ways to make tough meat more tender

Not every cut is melt-in-your mouth tender. We have the scoop on how to make tough meat tender with just a few simple steps.

Life & Style

Airstream's Nest is a first: The company's new model swaps aluminum for fiberglass

The newest Airstream trailer is a far cry from the aluminium silver bullet you grew up camping in.

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