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U.S. Transfers 5 Guantanamo Detainees To Kazakhstan

U.S. Transfers 5 Guantanamo Detainees To KazakhstanThe United States has released five more detainees from the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Cuban Authorities Detain Artist, Dissidents, Thwarting Performance

Cuban Authorities Detain Artist, Dissidents, Thwarting PerformanceCuban artist Tania Bruguera had a plan to test just how tolerant Cuba had become of dissident voices.

At Least 10 Dead After Ferry Fire Off Greek Coast

At Least 10 Dead After Ferry Fire Off Greek CoastAfter a harrowing rescue operation that involved airlifting hundreds of passengers off a burning ferry off the coast of Greece, most are now safe.

New York City Mayor De Blasio Heckled At Police Graduation Ceremony

New York City Mayor De Blasio Heckled At Police Graduation CeremonyAdding to an already tense situation, police cadets heckled New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio at a graduation ceremony on Monday.

‘The Interview,’ Now Sony’s Top Online Film Ever, Earns Nearly $18M

‘The Interview,’ Now Sony’s Top Online Film Ever, Earns Nearly $18MThe Interview, the Sony Pictures' movie that was pulled from theaters after threats from a group of hackers, has earned the studio $15 million in online rentals and purchases in the four days since it was made available last week.

Dwarf Galaxy, Long Overlooked, Discovered In Our ‘Hood

Dwarf Galaxy, Long Overlooked, Discovered In Our ‘HoodThe newest galaxy to be discovered is actually very old – and very small. And it's right in our neighborhood of the universe.

5 Die In A Burning Ferry Off Greek Coast, All Others Are Now Safe

5 Die In A Burning Ferry Off Greek Coast, All Others Are Now SafeAfter a harrowing rescue operation that involved airlifting hundreds of passengers off a burning ferry off the coast of Greece, most are now safe.

Pakistan Says It’s Killed Dozens Of Extremists In Military Operation

Pakistan Says It’s Killed Dozens Of Extremists In Military OperationA military operation involving Pakistani airstrikes and ground troops has killed 39 Islamist militants, including several top commanders near the Afghan border, the military says.

Facebook Finds That Not All Users Want To Review Their Year

Facebook Finds That Not All Users Want To Review Their YearIt's been a great year! Or, has it? You might be asking yourself that as you scroll through your Facebook feed trying to ignore that "Year in Review" app.

Deadly Year For Journalists On The Job

Deadly Year For Journalists On The JobThe Committee to Protect Journalists issued a report saying at least 60 reporters, photographers and other members of the media were killed in 2014