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  • [World]The Turkish currency crisis makes traveling to Istanbul more affordable - USA TODAY08/16 10:50

    USA TODAYThe Turkish currency crisis makes traveling to Istanbul more affordableUSA TODAYThe Turkish currency crisis has perhaps one bright outcome: It has made Istanbul, one of the most popular destinations in the world, more affordable for tourists. The Turkish government is taking measures to strengthen the lira. But the lira has lost ...If Turkey Catches Pneumonia, Will The Oil Market Catch A Cold?ForbesBerat Albayrak: the Jared Kushner of Turkey tackles its crisisThe GuardianTurkey's financial time bomb has ticked for yearsThe Globe and MailLe Bernardinall 71 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Gossip]The alleged Trump Apprentice tapes: Who said what when - ABC News08/16 10:40

    ABC NewsThe alleged Trump Apprentice tapes: Who said what whenABC NewsTrump was a reality star before he became president, filming for hundreds of hours over the 14 seasons that he hosted "The Apprentice." Interested in Donald Trump? Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Donald Trump news ...Jimmy Kimmel recalls when Omarosa abruptly left his show: 'There's clearly something wrong with her'Fox NewsJimmy Kimmel on the Time Omarosa 'Stormed Out' on Him: 'There's Clearly Something Wrong With Her'Daily Beastall 43 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Feature: The Super Bowl of Beekeeping08/16 10:10

    Almond growing in California is a $7.6 billion industry that wouldn’t be possible without the 30 billion bees (and hundreds of human beekeepers) who keep the trees pollinated — and whose very existence is in peril.......Search More News

  • [World News]Newspaper editorials across U.S. rebuke Trump for attacks on the press08/16 10:10

    The Boston Globe and the New York Times took part in the push along with more than 350 other newspapers of all sizes including some in states that Trump won during the 2016 presidential election. The Globe's editorial accused Trump of carrying out a "sustained assault on the free press." "The greatness of America is dependent on the role of a free press to speak the truth to the powerful," the Globe's editorial said. "To label the press 'the enemy of the people' is as un-American as it is dangerous to the civic compact we have shared for more than two centuries." Trump has frequently criticized journalists and described news reports that contradict his opinion or policy positions as fake news.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Newspaper editorials across U.S. rebuke Trump for attacks on the press08/16 10:00

    Hundreds of U.S. newspapers devoted print space on Thursday to a coordinated defense of press freedom and a rebuke of President Donald Trump for saying some media organizations are enemies of the American people. ......Search More News

  • [Business]Why Turkey's Crisis Feels Familiar for Emerging Markets: It's the Debt - New York Times08/16 09:50

    New York TimesWhy Turkey's Crisis Feels Familiar for Emerging Markets: It's the DebtNew York TimesFor nearly 10 years now, the flood of cash from global central banks has financed shopping malls in Istanbul, booming cities in China and 100-year bonds in Argentina. Today, many of the malls are empty, property developers in China are riddled with ...Dollar Drops on Trade Talks, Treasury Yields Rise: Markets WrapBloombergTurkey's woes won't trigger a full-blown crisis across emerging markets, economist saysMarketWatchEmerging markets are about to suffer the consequences of dollar-denominated debt bingesBusiness InsiderBarron's -Wall Street Journal -The Guardianall 4,004 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Sport]More Strikeouts Than Hits? Welcome to Baseball’s Latest Crisis08/16 09:10

    This could be the first season in major league history to feature more strikeouts than hits, a slowdown that worries many league officials.......Search More News

  • [World]Kerala flood live: Situation unprecedented; many stranded; airport closed; death toll rises - gulfnews.com08/16 08:40

    gulfnews.comKerala flood live: Situation unprecedented; many stranded; airport closed; death toll risesgulfnews.comKerala flood situation remains precarious with water levels still rising dangerously in many rivers and people are stranded in many areas. Indian Air Force airlifts a person in flood affected Pathanamthitta district of KeralaImage Credit: Twitter/@ANI ...Kerala floods live updates: Death toll rises to 79; additional NDRF teams rushed to the stateTimes of India (blog)Incessant Rains and Widespread Flooding Devastate the South Indian State Of Kerala, Killing 67TIMEIndia: Death toll in devastating Kerala floods rises to 77Aljazeera.comThe Independent -News18 -The Hindu BusinessLineall 1,048 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Hundreds Of Newspapers Denounce Trump's Attacks On Media In Coordinated Editorials - NPR08/16 08:30

    NPRHundreds Of Newspapers Denounce Trump's Attacks On Media In Coordinated EditorialsNPRMore than 300 news publications across the country are joining together to defend the role of a free press and denounce President Trump's ongoing attacks on the news media in coordinated editorials publishing Thursday, according a tally by The Boston ...Newspaper editorials across US rebuke Trump for attacks on mediaReutersMore than 300 newspapers join Globe effort on freedom of the press editorialsThe Boston GlobeAmerica's Newspapers Just Played Right Into Trump's HandsPOLITICO MagazineThe Fayetteville Observer -Chicago Sun-Times -The Columbian-Progressall 532 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World]Turkey Was Ripe for a Currency Crisis. Will It Spread? - Bloomberg08/16 07:50

    BloombergTurkey Was Ripe for a Currency Crisis. Will It Spread?BloombergThe hurt that President Trump laid on Turkey on Aug. 10 was feather-light— a doubling of tariffs on imported Turkish steel and aluminum. Turkey sells only about $1.4 billion in primary metals to the U.S. in an average year, according to the U.S ...Turkey's woes won't trigger a full-blown crisis across emerging markets, economist saysMarketWatchWhy an American pastor's imprisonment is at the center of the US-Turkey disputeWashington PostTurkey must commit to promoting stability amid market volatility, IMF saysCNBCSFGate -CBS News -The Guardianall 3,264 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Florida cops seek driver they say purposely ran over beloved tortoise at elementary school08/16 07:30

    Surveillance video showed a driver purposely running over and killing a beloved tortoise that lived at a Florida elementary school.......Search More News

  • [World]Duterte might resign if Bongbong wins VP poll protest — Palace - Philippine Star08/16 07:21

    Philippine StarDuterte might resign if Bongbong wins VP poll protest — PalacePhilippine StarMANILA, Philippines (Updated 1:35 p.m.) — President Rodrigo Duterte might fulfill his promise of stepping down from office if defeated vice presidential candidate Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. wins his electoral protest against Vice President Leni ...Philippines' Duterte Won't Stop Talking About QuittingBloombergall 109 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Business]Trade unions unite in protest at likely new Air France KLM boss08/16 07:21

    The major trade unions representing Air France KLM staff issued a joint statement on Thursday to protest the likely choice of Air Canada executive Benjamin Smith as Air France KLM's new chief executive. ......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Heavy Rain Floods More Homes in New Jersey; Governor Declares State of Emergency08/16 05:21

    Heavy rain this week caused more flooding in New Jersey, collapsing bridges and filling houses with water, and on Tuesday Gov. Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency in five counties in the state.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Near 1M Chinese vaccine doses faulty08/16 05:01

    Hundreds of thousands of additional vaccines intended for children have been found to be faulty, the Chinese government announced Wednesday, raising the number of known defective vaccines in the country to almost one million. ......Search More News

  • [World News]Number of faulty children's vaccines in China surges to over 900,00008/16 04:50

    Hundreds of thousands of additional vaccines intended for children have been found to be faulty, the Chinese government announced Wednesday, raising the number of known defective vaccines in the country to almost one million.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Pro-Trump Fan of Social Distortion Says Lead Singer Punched Him at Concert08/16 04:30

    Tim Hildebrand, a Republican, said he was beaten by Mike Ness after he held up his middle finger at the stage in protest of an anti-Trump diatribe by Mr. Ness.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Scientists seek new ways to combat Florida's growing 'red tide'08/16 04:21

    Michael Crosby, president and chief executive of the Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, welcomed a red tide emergency order issued this week by Governor Rick Scott, designating more state money for research, cleanup and wildlife rescues. Interest in mitigation technologies has been heightened by a 10-month-long toxic algae bloom off Florida's southwestern coast that has caused mounds of rotting fish to wash up on beaches from Tampa to Naples. The red tide also has been implicated in at least 266 sea turtle strandings and is suspected or determined to have caused 68 manatee deaths so far this year, according to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission figures.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Asian shares trim losses on renewed Sino-U.S. talks; Turkey, China worries weigh08/16 04:01

    Asian shares pulled away from one-year lows on Thursday, after Beijing said it will hold trade talks with Washington this month, although Turkey's currency crisis and fears of an economic slowdown in China kept most markets in the red. ......Search More News

  • [Top Story]'Devastating' dolphin loss in Florida red tide disaster08/16 04:00

    A state of emergency has been declared in Florida as the worst red tide in a decade blackens the ocean water, killing dolphins, sea turtles and fish at a relentless pace. More than 100 tons of dead sea creatures have been shoveled up from smelly, deserted beaches in tourist areas along Florida's southwest coast as a result of the harmful algal bloom this month alone. In just the past week, 12 dolphins washed ashore dead in Sarasota County, typically the toll seen in an entire year.......Search More News

  • [World]Kerala Rain Live Updates: Red alert issued, flood death toll rises to 67 - India Today08/16 03:10

    India TodayKerala Rain Live Updates: Red alert issued, flood death toll rises to 67India TodayKochi Metro train operations have been suspended as the water level rises in Muttom yard area due to floods. Officials said the service will be resumed once water comes down and their systems are back in a good condition. 06:38 AM IST. Posted by ...Kerala rains | Live updates: Red alert across the State as toll mounts to 67The Hinduall 670 news articles »......Search More News

  • [World News]Talks Fail to Break Impasse on U.S. Pastor Held in Turkey08/16 02:40

    The U.S. failed to secure assurances from Turkey to immediately free an American pastor held for nearly two years on disputed terrorism charges, U.S. officials said, deepening a crisis between the two countries.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Nigerian soldiers protest as Boko Haram attacks surge08/16 02:31

    Disillusioned and exhausted, Nigerian troops battling a surge in Boko Haram jihadist attacks have reached breaking point, protesting less than six months before presidential polls. The Nigerian army dismissed it as a "misunderstanding", but on Sunday hundreds of soldiers protested in the airport of Maiduguri, the capital of restive northeast Borno state, for several hours, shooting into the air and disrupting flights. "We should not have been here for more than a year but this is our fourth year and still they are asking us to move to Marte," one of the protesting soldiers told AFP on condition of anonymity.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Missing Florida teen found safe 5 years after disappearing, sheriff's office says08/16 02:20

    A Florida teen who vanished from her home five years ago, and who was recently believed to have sent a letter to her family, contacted authorities Tuesday and told them "she was safe," the sheriff’s office handling the investigation said.......Search More News

  • [Business]Asian shares hit one-year low on Turkey, China worries08/16 02:11

    Asian shares hit fresh one-year lows in early trading on Thursday, while oil and precious metal prices also tumbled as Turkey's currency crisis and fears of an economic slowdown in China fanned worries about global growth. ......Search More News

  • [World News]U.S. tariffs to stay on Turkey, Qatar offers Ankara aid08/16 02:11

    The United States on Wednesday ruled out removing steel tariffs that have contributed to a currency crisis in Turkey even if Ankara frees a U.S. pastor, as Qatar pledged $15 billion in investment to Turkey, supporting a rise in the Turkish lira. ......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Scientists seek new ways to combat Florida's growing 'red tide'08/16 01:31

    Scientists in Florida are on the cusp of developing promising methods to control toxic algae blooms like the "red tide" that has been killing marine life along a 150-mile (240-km) stretch of the Gulf Coast, the head of a leading marine lab said on Wednesday. ......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Genoa collapse: Hundreds more bridges 'at risk' across Italy08/16 00:50

    Up to 300 bridges, viaducts and tunnels in Italy are at risk of structural failure, experts warned, as the death toll from the collapse of a bridge in Genoa rose to 39, including three children. There were fears that the number of fatalities could rise further. Matteo Salvini, Italy’s interior minister, said it was hard to tell how many people were still unaccounted for simply because they were on holiday or “under the rubble”. Around 70 per cent of Italy’s 15,000 motorway bridges and tunnels are more than 40 years old, many of them built during the post-war boom but now carrying far more traffic than they were designed for. Lack of investment, poor maintenance and, in some cases, the involvement of mafia-run building companies that use poor quality concrete to increase profits, could all contribute to disasters like the one in Genoa. “They have problems that, if not addressed in time, could potentially lead to structural failures,” a leading structural engineer told La Repubblica newspaper. “The problem is not so much knowing which structures are at risk, but having the money to finance repairs and maintenance,” said the expert, who asked for anonymity because he works for a company that assesses public infrastructure. Among the structures at risk was the Magliana Bridge in Rome, between the city centre and the capital’s busiest airport, Fiumicino, he said. Italy’s CNR civil engineering society said that many structures dating from the 1960s, when the Morandi Bridge was built, had surpassed their lifespan. It called for a “Marshall Plan" to repair or replace tens of thousands of Italian bridges and viaducts built in the post-war period. Fire crews told The Telegraph 'we are not going to stop searching' As investigators began to study what may have caused a 260ft-long portion of the raised motorway in Genoa to collapse, sending around 35 cars and several trucks plummeting to the ground, Italy’s populist government blamed the private company that managed it. Luigi Di Maio, deputy prime minister and the leader of the Five Star Movement, accused Autostrade per l’Italia of chasing profits at the expense of public safety. “Instead of investing money for maintenance, they divide the profits and that is why the bridge falls," he said. Cars and trucks are left on a section of the collapsed Morandi highway bridge in Genoa Credit: Nicola Marfisi/AP Autostrade, which operates nearly 2,000 miles of Italian motorways, is controlled by the Benetton group through its holding company, Atlantia. Mr Di Maio accused previous Italian governments of turning a blind eye to the upkeep of the country’s motorways because of political contributions. “For the first time there is a government that does not take money from Benetton. Autostrade was protected by previous governments,” he said. “If the bridge was dangerous, then they should have closed it.” The government said it wanted to revoke the contract awarded to Autostrade and hit the company with a massive fine of 150 million euros. "The first thing that should happen is that the heads of Autostrade per l'Italia should step down. And given that there have been breaches (of contract), I announce that we have begun the process for the eventual revocation of their contract and a fine of 150 million euros,” transport minister Danilo Toninelli said on Facebook. Autostrade insisted that the bridge had been “constantly monitored” and refuted accusations that it had not invested enough in maintenance. "In the last five years the company's investment in the security, maintenance and strengthening of the network has been over one billion euros a year," it said. As the coalition, which consists of Five Star and the hard-Right League party, called for heads to roll, it emerged that in 2013 the founder of Five Star had opposed plans to build a new motorway that would have alleviated pressure on the Morandi bridge. Beppe Grillo, the founder of Five Star, dismissed warnings that the bridge could collapse as “a fairy tale” on his widely-read blog. Rescue personnel use cranes to sort through debris from the Morandi motorway bridge Credit: VALERY HACHE/ AFP When the plans for the new motorway were blocked, one leading industrialist predicted that the Genoa bridge would fail. “When, in 10 years’ time, the Morandi bridge collapses, and everyone is stuck in traffic jams for hours, we’ll need to remember the names of those who said no (to the project),” said Giovanni Calvini, who was then regional president of Confindustria, an employers’ association. Arcangelo Merella, a former member of Genoa city council with responsibility for transport, said: “I was saying that the bridge was at risk, that it was no longer adequate and that there was the need to find an alternative because the traffic was becoming heavier all the time.” As Genoa’s mayor declared two days of mourning, there was anger among locals over the fact that repeated warnings about the safety of the bridge went unheeded. A truck is perched on the remaining section of the collapsed Morandi bridge Credit:  STEFANO RELLANDINI/ REUTERS Several locals told The Telegraph that the structure shook noticeably when trucks rolled across it and many residents worried about crossing over and under it. The bridge had to withstand more than 25 million vehicle crossings a year, with traffic volumes quadrupling in the last 30 years. The number of vehicles using the bridge was expected to grow by 30 per cent over the next 30 years. An engineering report released in 2009 studied the possibility of the bridge being demolished because of concerns over its structural integrity. “The city is sad and of course the mourning comes first, but the city is also angry, because for years we have talked about substituting this bridge and it was never done,” said Paolo Maggio, a 46-year-old taxi driver. “This will be a huge hit for the economy – it will impact cargo traffic to and from the airport, the ports, to France. For months, Genoa will be cut in half.” Andrea Rescin, one of the first local residents to call the emergency services after the bridge crashed to the ground, said: “It sounded like a bomb had gone off, the first thing I thought was that it was an explosion.” Giuseppe Conte, the prime minister, declared a state of emergency for Genoa, one of the country’s busiest ports, whose main land corridor with France has now effectively been severed. He also announced five million euros of funds going into recovery work.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Iowa State Fair's strangest food this year could be cookie dough spaghetti08/16 00:00

    Fried waffles, cheese and corn dogs all available on a stick, you name it and the Iowa State Fair has “it,” for the hundreds and thousands who attend every year.......Search More News

  • [Business]Wall St. Slides as Strong Dollar, Trade Fears Trigger Risk Aversion08/15 16:40

    The three main U.S. stock indexes slid more than 1 percent on Wednesday in a broad decline over concerns about the strengthening dollar, Turkey's currency crisis and United States' trade relations with its partners.......Search More News