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'We feel betrayed': Kurds in U.S. voice anger at Trump's troop pullback

12 Oct 2019

NASHVILLE/NEW YORK Like many Kurds living in the United States, Lava Antar has had a hard time sleeping this week, waking often to check reports of Turkish jets and artillery pounding her northeast Syria homeland and learning her former neighbour's 30-year-old son was killed.

'We feel betrayed': Kurds in U.S. voice anger at Trump's troop pullback

11 Oct 2019

NASHVILLE/NEW YORK Like many Kurds living in the United States, Lava Antar has had a hard time sleeping this week, waking often to check reports of Turkish jets and artillery pounding her northeast Syria homeland. Once, she learned her former neighbor's 30-year-old son was killed.

'We feel betrayed': Kurds in U.S. voice anger at Trump's troop pullback

11 Oct 2019

NASHVILLE/NEW YORK, Oct 11 Like many Kurds living in the United States, Lava Antar has had a hard time sleeping this week, waking often to check reports of Turkish jets and artillery pounding her northeast Syria homeland. Once, she learned her former neighbor's 30-year-old son was killed.

For LGBT people outside U.S. Supreme Court, cases have a familiar ring

09 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON For many of the activists who demonstrated outside the U.S. Supreme Court during arguments in major gay and transgender rights cases on Tuesday, the story told inside about plaintiffs Gerald Bostock and Aimee Stephens sounded all too familiar.

For LGBT people outside U.S. Supreme Court, cases have a familiar ring

09 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON For many of the activists who demonstrated outside the U.S. Supreme Court during arguments in major gay and transgender rights cases on Tuesday, the story told inside about plaintiffs Gerald Bostock and Aimee Stephens sounded all too familiar.

CORRECTED-For LGBT people outside U.S. Supreme Court, cases have a familiar ring

08 Oct 2019

WASHINGTON, Oct 8 For many of the hundreds of LGBT activists demonstrating outside the U.S. Supreme Court during arguments in major cases on gay and transgender rights, the story being told inside about plaintiffs Gerald Bostock and Aimee Stephens sounded all too familiar.

Security stepped up as 'Joker' opens in U.S. movie theaters

07 Oct 2019

NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES Police in major U.S. cities were on alert on Thursday as "Joker" opened in movie theaters after weeks of publicity surrounding its disturbing portrait of a bullied loner raised fears it might spark violence. | Video

Security stepped up as 'Joker' opens in U.S. movie theaters

03 Oct 2019

NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES, Oct 3 Police in major U.S. cities were on alert on Thursday as "Joker" opened in movie theaters after weeks of publicity surrounding its disturbing portrait of a bullied loner raised fears it might spark violence.

California boat fire investigators interview captain, crew

05 Sep 2019

Federal investigators on Wednesday interviewed the captain and crew of a dive boat that caught fire and sank off the California coast and they also met with families of 34 people killed in one of the state's worst maritime disasters. | Video

Most Americans expect next mass shooting to happen in next months: Reuters/Ipsos

09 Aug 2019

Nearly half of all Americans expect another mass shooting will happen soon in the United States, according to a Reuters/Ipsos public opinion poll released on Friday, as the nation reels from rampages in California, Texas and Ohio.

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