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India-origin US surgeon-general ousted
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Slain Paris officer was gay defender
He was a proud gay man and a committed policeman. | Read
In finale, spacecraft to dive between Saturn, rings
The Cassini spacecraft is about to begin its great cosmic swan dive. | Read
Genius reveals Einstein's passion
Philosopher, humanitarian and physicist Albert Einstein is the subject of new TV series Genius, whic... | Read
United CEO will not be chairman in 2018
The chief executive of United Airlines, Oscar Munoz, became a casualty of the public relations crisi... | Read
US airline employee in clash over pram
American Airlines has suspended an employee after a video showed an altercation on one of its planes... | Read
Kim rebuked for Virgin Mary dress
Kim Kardashian has been rebuked by the US-based Catholic League for wearing a see-through mini-dress... | Read
Taliban raid kills 140 at Afghan base
At least 140 Afghan soldiers were killed by Taliban attackers apparently disguised in military unifo... | Read

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