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Facebook on Monday said it was making changes aimed at keeping political bias out of its "trending" stories list even though an internal investigation revealed no evidence it was happening.

"Our investigation has revealed no evidence of systematic political bias in the selection or prominence of stories included in the…

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Chinese state media on Tuesday slammed the lifting of a decades-old U.S. arms embargo against Vietnam, saying the move was aimed at Beijing and calling Barack Obama's assurances to the contrary "a very poor lie".

Obama announced the end of the 41-year-old ban on weapons sales to the United States'…

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Yu Darvish is in line to make his first start for the Texas Rangers in nearly 22 months against Pittsburgh on Saturday.

Rangers manager Jeff Banister said Monday that Darvish, who has had five minor league outings this month post-Tommy John surgery, will start the game if he feels good.…

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, third from right, and wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, second right, visit the Meiji Shrine, escorted by a Shinto priest in Tokyo, on Tuesday. Trudeau arrived in Tokyo on Monday and will attend the G-7 summit in Mie Prefecture starting Thursday.

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A pair of bombings carried out by Islamic State militants killed at least 45 people in Yemen's southern city of Aden on Monday, targeting young men seeking to join the army who gathered at two recruitment centers, security officials said.

One suicide car bomber killed at least 20, while a…

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Hillary Clinton said Monday that Donald Trump's economic policies would lead to lower wages, fewer jobs and more debt — warning unionized workers that the presumptive Republican presidential nominee could "bankrupt America like he's bankrupted his companies."

"Ask yourself," the likely Democratic nominee told thousands at the Service Employees International…

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More than 148 people were killed Monday in bombings claimed by the Islamic State group in northwestern Syria, the deadliest attacks to date in the regime's coastal heartland.

Seven near-simultaneous explosions targeted bus stations, hospitals and other civilian sites in the seaside cities of Jableh and Tartus, which until now…

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As the race for president of the United States moves closer to Election Day, the candidates’ near silence on space-related issues becomes more conspicuous – and more unsettling.

The space program, a key pillar of U.S. international prestige and soft power, is at a crossroads. What direction will the next…

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A pilgrimage route stretching across Shikoku Island, one of Japan's four main islands, has been recently attracting more foreign visitors with various cultural and religious backgrounds with its unique charms.

Some view it as a spiritual journey while others' motivations are more secular -- touting its health benefits or how…

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Japan loves its Pepsi. Whether it’s pink, black, or white, watermelon-flavoured or filled with the taste of sakura cherry blossoms, Japan is the market that gets all the weird and wonderful creations, thanks to the inventive team behind the brand locally at Suntory Japan. Now, it’s not just the look…

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