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WASHINGTON - President-elect Donald Trump's pick to lead the Pentagon, retired General James Mattis, offered a detailed 56-page written response to issues ranging from ties with NATO to the security challenges posed by Russia, Iran and Syria. He appears on Thursday before the Senate Armed Services Committee considering his nomination.
One child died and five other children were presumed dead in a fire at a three-story house in Baltimore early on Thursday where three siblings and their mother were also injured, city fire department officials said. The fire had engulfed the one family home when firefighters arrived at about 12:30 a.m., Baltimore Fire Department spokesman Chief Roman Clark sa
BEIJING - A factory in eastern China is racing to keep up with demand for its new clutch - giant inflatable rooster balloons that bear what some say is an uncanny resemblance to U.S.
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GAZA - For weeks, Gazans have been making do with less than half their usual electricity supply - barely a few hours a day - with no sign of the shortages alleviating anytime soon, fueling distress and frustration among the population. Normally, Gaza's power alternates on eight-hour cycles, with generators providing electricity to those that can afford it in the down times.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's spokesman lashed out at the U.S. military on Thursday after it re-tweeted a statement by a Kurdish-dominated alliance that Washington backs in Syria saying it had no links to Kurdish militants fighting the Turkish state. The Syrian Democratic Forces, the main U.S.
CHICAGO - With a final call of his campaign mantra "Yes We Can," President Barack Obama urged Americans on Tuesday to stand up for U.S. values and reject discrimination as the United States transitions to the presidency of Republican Donald Trump.