Military aircraft crashes in Egypt, killing seven crew, state TV reports
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Ukrainian army soldiers from battalion "Aydar" practise shooting during a military drill in the village of Schastya, near the eastern Ukrainian town of Luhansk September 20, 2014. REUTERS/Maks Levin
Ukrainian army soldiers from battalion "Aydar" practise shooting during a military drill in the village of Schastya, near the eastern Ukrainian town of Luhansk September 20, 2014.
As we near kickoff this Sunday, a glance at the top storylines and matchups this week in the NFL:
The Big Buzz: Receivers return to their
WASHINGTON — A suspenseful election night is one thing, but what if it stretches out for a month? Or into next year?
A handful of tight races in states with quirky election laws make for the headache-inducing possibility that Election Day will come and go without deciding which party controls the Senate.
If that happens, brace for a fierce runoff election and possible recounts that could make for an ugly holiday season in politics and government.
(CNN) -- Hillary Clinton is set to hobnob with world leaders and the biggest names in business, politics, academia and philanthropy -- not to mention celebrities -- at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York City, fresh off her re-entry into the political fray at the Iowa Steak Fry.
(CNN) -- Pope Francis traveled to Albania Sunday, the first European country to host the Pope on a public visit since he took office, a Vatican spokesman said.
Bill McKibben wrote the first big book about global warming, a work he hoped would startle the world like a fire alarm. But the planet just kept on hurtling toward an overheated doom, he noticed. So twenty-five years later, he’s come up with a shriller, more literal strategy for reform: actual alarms.
At 1 p.m. on Sunday, after a scene-setting moment of silence, more than 100,000 activists are expected to use phones, whistles, horns, speakers and anything else with a decibel-level to make as much noise about climate change as possible.
DVUR KRALOVE Czech Republic (Reuters) - A Czech zoo burned around 60 kilograms (132 pounds) of rhino horns on Sunday, part of an international campaign designed to highlight the plight of a species being driven towards extinction by poachers.
Demand for rhino horn is high in parts of Asia, where it is an ingredient in traditional medicine and is also used as an aphrodisiac and as a status symbol for growing numbers of the newly wealthy.