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Beach SOS saves men stranded on tiny Micronesian island

Image caption The three sailors constructed an SOS message on the beach. Three Micronesian sailors stranded on a tiny, remote island in the western Pacific have been saved after rescuers spotted their SOS message on a beach. The men were found on Pikelot Island in Micronesia by Australian and US military aircraft on Sunday, the Australian Defence Force (ADF) said. They had been missing for three days after their 7m (23ft) skiff ran out of fuel ... Full story

Don't Worry About My Tweets (Unisex & Women's Black Tee)

"Don't Worry About My Tweets" Graphic on Black, 100% Cotton Tee. Purchase is a donation to Biden Victory Fund. Orders ship within 10 days. Union Printed and Made-In-USA. Full story

Portland man, 18, charged with assaulting US marshal during courthouse protest

An 18-year-old man in Portland has been charged with assaulting a federal officer with a dangerous weapon and willfully damaging government property after his explosive device allegedly blasted both of a deputy U.S. Marshal’s legs, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Oregon . ARMY NATIONAL GUARD VETERAN ON PORTLAND UNREST: \'I THINK IT\'S TIME\' TO \'DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT\'. Isaiah Jason Maza, Jr. , removed plywood sheeting attached to ... Full story

Japan set to mark 75 years since Hiroshima, Nagasaki atomic bombing

FILE PHOTO: The Boeing B-29 Superfortress Enola Gay lands at the Tinian airbase in the Mariana Islands after the atomic bombing mission on Hiroshima, Japan August 6, 1945. U.S. Air Force/Handout via REUTERS/File Photo. TOKYO (Reuters) - Thursday marks 75 years since the United States unleashed the world’s first atomic bomb attack on the city of Hiroshima, followed three days later by the second and last on Nagasaki, vaporizing lives, buildings ... Full story

Oil prices drop on fuel demand worries as coronavirus flares up

FILE PHOTO: 3D printed oil barrels and percentage symbols are seen in front of dollar banknotes in this illustration taken May 25, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration. MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Oil prices fell in early trade on Tuesday on concerns about fuel demand growth as a fresh wave of COVID-19 infections around the world sparks tighter lockdowns just as major producers ramp up output. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures fell 22 ... Full story

China will not accept U.S. 'theft' of TikTok: China Daily

FILE PHOTO: Tik Tok logos are seen on smartphones in front of a displayed ByteDance logo in this illustration taken November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo. SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China will not accept the “theft” of a Chinese technology company and is able to respond to Washington’s move to push ByteDance to sell short-video app TikTok’s U.S. operations to Microsoft, the China Daily newspaper said on Tuesday. The United ... Full story

'Gnarly' tumor shows dinosaurs got cancer, too

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When scientists first unearthed fossils of a horned dinosaur called Centrosaurus in the badlands of Dinosaur Provincial Park in Canada’s Alberta province in 1989, they spotted a badly malformed leg bone they figured was a healed fracture. A cast of the fibula - lower leg bone - from Centrosaurus apertus, a horned dinosaur that lived 76 million years ago in the Canadian province of Alberta, is seen disfigured by aggressive ... Full story

The survivor: last Korean war criminal in Japan wants recognition

TOKYO (Reuters) - To the casual observer, 95-year-old Lee Hak-rae could be just another elderly person in Japan. Surrounded by pictures of his family and paintings by his great-grandchildren, Lee potters about his cluttered living room on the outskirts of Tokyo. Lee Hak-rae, the last surviving Korean war criminal during World War II, holds a copy of photo that was taken at a POW camp run by the Japanese Imperial Army in Thailand in 1942, during ... Full story

Trump says coronavirus is "receding" even as cases and deaths rise

Trump claims coronavirus is "receding" Trump claims coronavirus is "receding". President Trump claimed the coronavirus is "receding" in the U.S., as COVID-19 cases continue to climb and schools scramble to deal with plans to teach students virtually and in person. Meanwhile, negotiators on Capitol Hill are trying to reach a deal on aid for millions of Americans struggling and out of work. On Sunday, Dr. Deborah Birx, coordinator of the White ... Full story

Opinion | Democrats are threatening to expand the Supreme Court. Good.

With an election three months away in which Republicans very well may lose the White House and Senate — even as the 87-year-old Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is battling cancer yet again — the question has arisen anew: What if a Supreme Court seat becomes open between now and the election? Support our journalism. Subscribe today. Or even more pointedly, what if a vacancy occurs after an election Republicans lose, but before the new Democratic ... Full story

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