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- August 20, 2019
A violent confrontation between the United States and China could take place within months, according to an American lawmaker wary of Beijing’s expansionist foreign policy. “I would predict there will be a clash within the next three to six months,” Florida Rep. Ted Yoho, the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee for Asia,READ MORE
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Video provided to cleveland.com shows a band of police officers clad in riot gear shooting dozens of pepper-spray balls at a downtown Cleveland resident as he tried to get inside his apartment building the night of the May 30 riots. Kyler Lerz, who spent the evening of May 30 at a familyREAD MORE
More than 350 elephants in Botswana have mysteriously died since May, in a phenomenon that some scientists have dubbed a “conservation disaster,” and one that has evaded explanation. The elephants — which died in the swampy Okavango Delta — still had their tusks intact, suggesting that ivory poaching hadn’t driven the deaths, The Guardian reported.READ MORE
The White House has apparently known of possible Russian bounties on Americans in Afghanistan since early 2019, pushing the timeline back a full year earlier than when the administration was initially thought to have learned of the intelligence. The shocking findings that a Russian military intelligence agency offered rewards to Taliban-linked militants for attacks onREAD MORE
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The new flu strain is similar to the swine flu that spread globally in 2009 A new strain of flu that has the potential to become a pandemic has been identified in China by scientists. It emerged recently and is carried by pigs, but can infect humans, they say.READ MORE
UPDATE: President Trump’s campaign has responded to BOK Center officials’ request for a health and safety plan ahead of the ‘Make America Great Again’ rally in Tulsa on Saturday. The campaign issued the following statement: “We’ve received a letter from arena management and we’re reviewing it. We take safety seriously, which is why we’re doingREAD MORE