WASHINGTON—Young people are looking for a change this election season—a generational change.
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CAIRO—People who took to the streets in Egypt for an online dance challenge face penalties over allegations they endangered lives and violated public decency, the state media reported on Tuesday.
The dance craze flared up social media networks with video postings of people dancing in response to the so-called “Kiki challenge" to the song "In My Feelings” by Canadian singer Drake.
OKLAHOMA CITY—An 11-year-old girl has quite the fish tale: A rare pacu with human-like teeth chomped down on the worm at the end of her line while she was fishing with her grandparents and brother in an Oklahoma lake.
OMENA, Mich.—Politics in a small northern Michigan village have gone to the cats and dogs and goats and even chickens.
Omena's newly-elected mayor is a feline named Sweet Tart. Dogs Diablo Shapiro and Punkin Anderson Harder are vice-mayor and second vice-mayor.
WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump says the United States will impose sanctions on NATO ally Turkey over a detained American pastor held on terror and espionage charges.
JERUSALEM—A Jerusalem-based magazine has laid off a cartoonist for rendering an image of Israel's prime minister and Likud lawmakers as pig characters from George Orwell's “Animal Farm,” Israel's journalists union said today.
The cartoon was meant to criticize the Israeli government's passage of a controversial law last week enshrining the state's Jewish character.
NEW YORK—Talk about a paleo diet. Scientists have uncovered the last meal of a frozen hunter who died 5,300 years ago in the Alps.
The stomach contents of the corpse, widely known as “Oetzi the Iceman,” offer a snapshot of what ancient Europeans ate more than five millennia ago, researchers said.
WASHINGTON—A 29-year-old gun-rights activist served as a covert Russian agent while living in Washington, gathering intelligence on American officials and political organizations and working to establish back-channel lines of communications for the Kremlin, federal prosecutors charged yesterday.
WASHINGTON—The ball cleared the centre field wall, and the sellout crowd roared. Bryce Harper threw his bat in the air, thrust both index fingers skyward and yelled with delight as a shower of streamers rained upon the crowd of 43,698.
ORLEANS, Mass.—Over 3,000 miles from the trenches and battlefields of the Western Front, where many hundreds of thousands had already died, residents of Orleans, Massachusetts, were enjoying a typical summer morning on July 21, 1918, waiting for the fog to lift off the shore.