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Judge slams the "integrity" of ex-Citibank and UBS trader Tom Hayes, who manipulated key global interest rate; Hayes claims scapegoatting
Jim Richardson explains what it takes for a photographer to get his or her piece selected in the National Geographic Traveler photo contest
80 percent of people who flee to Hungary come from war zones like Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan; most keep heading west
They're images that capture the wonder of life, capture spontaneous moments and introduce you to cultures all but forgotten
27-year-old man suffocated inside a suitcase that was in the trunk of a car on a ferry crossing, official says
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IOC responds after report shows one-third of medals in endurance races were won by athletes who recorded suspicious blood tests
Cyclone forces more than 200,000 people to take shelter in state-run relief camps
Dr. Jan Seski is accused of illegally killing the lion this spring, three months before the death of Cecil
Malaysia's transport minister says the plane debris found on Reunion Island is definitely from a Boeing 777