Colin Dwyer

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Sam Shepard, 'Poet Laureate Of America's Emotional Badlands,' Dies At 73

Monday, July 31, 2017

A Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and Oscar-nominated actor, Shepard cut a towering presence in theater and cinema. He died last week of complications from ALS, a family spokesman says.

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Vacation's Untimely End: 10,000 Evacuated From Popular N.C. Destination

Friday, July 28, 2017

Thousands of tourists were stripped of air conditioning and places to eat after a power outage on North Carolina's Outer Banks. Now, they've been forced to leave, cutting many vacations short.

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North Korea Says Successful ICBM Test Shows U.S. Is In Striking Distance

Friday, July 28, 2017

The launch comes just weeks after Pyongyang tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile. The Pentagon says the missile, which landed in the Sea of Japan, was no threat to the U.S.

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Madcap 'Sit-Com' From Peter Pan's Creator Finally Sees The Light Of Day

Friday, July 28, 2017

J.M. Barrie penned The Reconstruction of the Crime with E.V. Lucas — but the play was never performed in his lifetime or the 80 years since. Now, the tale of mistaken identity is getting published.

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Michiko Kakutani, Chief 'Times' Book Critic, Steps Down After Nearly 4 Decades

Thursday, July 27, 2017

For 38 years the Pulitzer Prize winner was one of the most influential voices in the world of books. During her tenure, she lauded — or lambasted — just about all of this generation's great writers.

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Venezuela Bans Protests Nationwide As Constitutional Referendum Approaches

Thursday, July 27, 2017

All demonstrations that "might disturb the electoral process" have been outlawed ahead of President Nicolas Maduro's vote on delegates to rewrite the constitution. But protesters remain undeterred.

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Boy Scouts Chief Apologizes For 'Political Rhetoric' In Trump's Speech

Thursday, July 27, 2017

"We sincerely regret that politics were inserted into the Scouting program," Michael Surbaugh said. His apology came after Trump derided Obamacare and "fake media" in remarks to the National Jamboree.

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Putin Derides 'Illegal' Sanctions Bill — But Says He's Waiting On Final Version

Thursday, July 27, 2017

At a news conference in Finland, the Russian president called the bipartisan bill "extremely cynical." But he said Russia will wait to see its final version before forming a "definitive view on it."

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U.K. To Send 'Colossal' New Warships To Disputed Asian Waters ... Eventually

Thursday, July 27, 2017

The British Navy only just began rolling out the largest warship it has ever built, but it already has an eventual mission in mind for the aircraft carrier and its sister ship: the South China Sea.

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Last Orca Born In Captivity At SeaWorld Dies At Just 3 Months Old

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Kyara died Monday after battling "very serious and progressive health issues," the company says. SeaWorld ended its breeding program last year after significant backlash from animal rights activists.

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The Multiplex And The Plane: China's Moves In Surrounding Seas Raise Eyebrows

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

In the past week, China has pressed its territorial claims in the South and East China seas, opening a cinema on a disputed island and intercepting a U.S. surveillance plane in an "unsafe" encounter.

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Mass. High Court: Local Authorities Can't Detain People Without Charges For ICE

Monday, July 24, 2017

The practice known as "ICE detainers" allowed state officers to detain immigrants who would otherwise be free to leave, in order to give federal immigration authorities a longer look at their status.

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Israel: Metal Detectors Will Be Removed From Jerusalem Holy Site

Monday, July 24, 2017

The prime minister's office says security forces will use other technology around a mosque complex where two Israeli police officers were killed. Angry Muslim worshippers prayed next to the machines.

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Truck Driver Charged With Human Smuggling After 10 Die In Stifling Conditions

Monday, July 24, 2017

James Matthew Bradley Jr., who could face the death penalty if convicted, says he didn't know dozens of immigrants were crammed in the back of a tractor-trailer he parked in a San Antonio parking lot.

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Justice Department Announces 'Largest Darknet Takedown In History'

Thursday, July 20, 2017

A joint operation by the department, the FBI and international law enforcement has shut down AlphaBay and Hansa, two of the world's largest anonymous marketplaces for illicit drugs and goods.

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North Korea Launches Tourism Site — Weeks After Jailed U.S. Tourist's Death

Thursday, July 20, 2017

The website promises a "beautiful and picturesque landscape." Pay no mind to the occasional missile test or the arrest, 15-year prison sentence and eventual death of American tourist Otto Warmbier.

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Nearly 550 German Choirboys Abused At Renowned Catholic School, Report Says

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

An independent probe alleges that over about 50 years, at least 547 boys were abused while part of Germany's famed Domspatzen choir, which was once led by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI's brother.

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WATCH: 'The Wild West?' No, It's New Hampshire — But Those Really Are Bison

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

A small herd thundered free from a farm and wandered through forests and roadways. Eventually, local authorities managed to return the beasts safely — but not before a neighbor caught a video.

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When Robot Face-Plants In Fountain, Onlookers Show Humanity — By Gloating

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

The Knightscope K5 is a state-of-the-art machine, a patrol bot built to rove complexes in search of "unusual activity." But on Monday, it appeared to have a little trouble with stairs.

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'American Nightmare': How A U.S. Police Shooting Is Roiling Australia

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Days after a Sydney woman was shot and killed by Minneapolis police, Australian publications are covering the story as front-page news.

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