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Women CEOs earned more last year, but few were in top job
Women CEOs earned big bucks last year, but there's still very few of them running America's largest companies.
The Latest: Sister: brother's shooter 'sick and twisted'
The sister of a man fatally shot by his roommate says she believes her brother was staying with an avowed neo-Nazi in Florida because her brother was looking for work, not because he shared his views
Hamas to execute 3 alleged assassins days after found guilty
Hamas has announced it will execute three men on Thursday who were found guilty this week of assassinating a senior member of the militant Islamic group in March.
Trump said to praise 'great job' in Philippine drug fight
A leaked transcript of President Donald Trump's call last month to the Philippine president shows Trump praising Rodrigo Duterte for an "unbelievable job" in waging a drug fight that's left thousands dead and drawn condemnation from American lawmakers
States rejecting bills intended to keep guns away from kids
Gun-rights groups have successfully pushed back against state attempts to pass bills that would impose penalties on parents who fail to properly secure their firearms
Many states have laws intended to keep kids away from guns
Many states have adopted laws that make it a crime for adult gun owners to allow children to access or possess their firearms, particularly when they are used to injure. In some cases, these laws are intended to reduce violent crime among youths. At least 21 states and the District of Columbia have
Activists: Fighting, airstrikes target southern Syrian city
Activists: Syrian government forces battle insurgents, strikes southern city declared safe zone under Russia-backed deal
Islamic State-linked militants besiege Philippine city
Islamic State-linked militants have swept through a southern Philippine city, beheading a police chief, burning buildings, seizing a Catholic priest and his worshippers and raising the black flag of IS
Police: gunman said neo-Nazi roommates were planning terror
A Florida man told police that he fatally shot his two neo-Nazi roommates because he wanted to prevent them from committing planned acts of domestic terrorism