Incredible 'first ever' photos capture wild lioness nursing leopard cub 

Astonishing photos show a wild lioness suckling a leopard cub in a “truly unique caseâ€� in the African Serengeti. A guest staying at a safari lodge in Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Conservation Area captured the images of a five-year-old lioness, known locally as ‘Nosikitok,’ nursing a three-week-old leopard. An incredibly rare sight Credit: Joop van der Linde/Ndutu Safari Lodge via AP Dr Luke Hunter, president of Panthera, a wild cat conservation organisation, …

Jet blast at St. Maarten's seaside airport kills tourist

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten (AP) — A New Zealand tourist was killed by the blast from a jetliner taking off at a seaside airport in the Dutch Caribbean territory of St. Maarten, officials said Thursday.

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Dem who actually won a special election: We don’t need more career politicians

Oklahoma state senator Michael Brooks, a rare Democrat who’s won a special election, has a message for his party: voters reward a focus on local issues.

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Education Dept. official apologizes for comments on sexual assault

The Education Department’s top civil rights official has apologized for her characterization that 90 percent of campus sexual assault accusations investigated by the federal government under Title IX stem from drunken regret or the fallout of a broken romance.

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White House misspells word 'inaccurately' in video attacking CBO for being inaccurate

The White House has deleted and reissued a video that misspelled the word “inaccurately” in an attack on the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) for being inaccurate. The 45-second spot, which the White House issued via their YouTube channel, was meant to cast doubt on the independent agency’s health care projections. The White House quickly deleted the video and uploaded a version with the correct spelling.

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Problem occurred at altitude in deadly US Marine crash

The US Marine Corps transport plane that crashed, killing all 16 troops aboard, plummeted to the ground after “something went wrong” while at cruising altitude, a general said Wednesday. The Marine Reserves KC-130T plane was heading from Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina on Monday on a mission to transport personnel and equipment to Naval Air Field El Centro, California. It crashed in rural Mississippi after losing contact …