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YouTuber asks the internet *not* to Photoshop his pleasant honeymoon photo

YouTuber asks the internet *not* to Photoshop his pleasant honeymoon photo


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Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, who has taken a hard-line stance against migrants, is stirring new controversy and rebuke by turning his sights on Italy's nomadic Roma community, @EricJLyman reports.

The man allegedly attempted to ditch a loaded .38-caliber revolver after a recent car wreck by throwing it into a grassy area.

Climate scientist Stephen Rintoul says we have to act soon if we want to protect Antarctica. - @NBCNewsMACH

As many as 300 employees, including the airline's executive, will eventually be working out of Edmonton.

A mother from Guatemala whose 7-year-old son was taken from her after they were detained for crossing the border illegally sued immigration officials, saying they will not tell her where her son is, even though she has now been released from custody.

Alexa is now available in select hotel rooms, offering an “Alexa for Hospitality” program that allows guests to order room service, make reservations, or learn more about the area.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel took aim at President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris accord, calling the move "very regrettable."

Facebook is sending a signal to Capitol Hill that it's taking the integrity of its social network seriously during the U.S. primary election season.

Amb. Haley's announcement comes just a day after the U.N.'s top human rights official criticized the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy.

For the first time, the inquiry has heard from a former employee of Meadow Park, the last place Wettlaufer is known to have killed someone in her care.

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