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Russian PM: It's 'new Cold War'

Bringing back the language of the 1950s and 60s, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says the strained relationship between his country and the West could be described as "a new Cold War."

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Apparently, Teachers Aren't Sure How To Teach Climate Change

High school and middle school teachers might not know the best way to teach their students about global warming, according to a recent study.

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Police: More than 50 cars involved in big I-78 pileup

State police say a pileup involving more than 50 vehicles has closed Interstate 78 in central Pennsylvania, and multiple injuries are reported

Bottle of McDonald's Big Mac sauce sells for $95,000+ on eBay

McDonald's auctioned several bottle of their Big Mac sauce on eBay for charity. One of them sold for more than $95,000. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Breast-Feeding Mom Shares Moment With Orangutan At The Zoo

As a woman breast-fed her infant son at the Melbourne Zoo, a female orangutan approached them.

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Parts Of Asia To Experience Total Solar Eclipse In March

A total solar eclipse is in the cards for parts of Southeast Asia this March.

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Rubio under pressure as Republicans debate in South Carolina

Marco Rubio enters Saturday night's Republican presidential debate facing immense pressure to right his campaign

Formula E: Behind the scenes at the Buenos Aires ePrix

In our first web exclusive content, SuperCharged's Nicki Shields tracks down Formula E commentating duo Jack Nicholls and IndyCar legend Dario Franchitti.

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5.1 and 3.9 magnitude earthquakes recorded in Oklahoma

The US Geological Survey records a 5.1 magnitude earthquake in northwestern Oklahoma, followed minutes later by a 3.9 magnitude temblor

What Is Happening on Turkey/Syria Border?

Thousands of refugees are fleeing the conflict in Aleppo after a recent surge in the military operations by the government backed by Russian airstrikes

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Greek farmers end blockade of central Athens in tax dispute

Greek farmers protesting planned tax hikes and pension changes have left a central Athens square where they had been camped out since Friday but vowed to keep protesting until the government listens

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Is primary 'rigged' against Bernie Sanders?

CNN's Jake Tapper questions DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz about the Democratic party's use of Superdelegates.

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Former Obama Official Says Hillary Clinton Should Stop Her Campaign

A former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency says Hillary Clinton shouldn't be campaigning as long as her emails are under investigation.

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Baton Rouge police say 2 officers, 1 suspect shot

Police in Louisiana say two officers and one suspect are being treated at a hospital for gunshot wounds after a confrontation in Baton Rouge

Global warming will make flights longer

Global warming will make some flights longer and considering flying contributes to global warming, we could have a run-away train on our hands. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

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Severe Air Pollution Might Have Killed Millions Worldwide

New research suggests air pollution, both inside and outside the home, is the fourth leading contributor to deaths globally.

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NASA Captures Stunning Image Of A Dying Star With Icy Blue Wings

NASA has captured an image of a planetary nebula that almost looks as if it's in flight and sailing through the cosmos.

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The Latest: And then there were 6; GOP 2016 field narrows

And then there were 6. The 2016 presidential field is shrinking on the Republican side, and those still in the race are preparing for Saturday night's debate in Greenville, South Carolina

Saving the Northern White Rhino

Natalie Allen reports on international efforts to save a nearly-extinct species.

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Counselors on hand at Phoenix-area school day after shooting

Social workers are offering counsel to students at a suburban Phoenix high school a day after two 15-year-old girls died in a murder-suicide shooting

Civilians Starve as Bombs Fall in Syria

Doubts mount over international agreement to cease some of the hostilities in Syria.

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Former Obama Official Says Hillary Clinton Should Stop Her Campaign

A former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency says Hillary Clinton shouldn't be campaigning as long as her emails are under investigation.

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Uganda's president cites security as key topic in debate

Uganda's long-time president says he will deal firmly with any security threats during next week's presidential election, brushing aside fears of violence during a televised debate with seven challengers