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  • OFFICER Feb 25

    'AAA for Horses': When NYPD Horses Lose Shoes, the Blacksmith Comes to Them

    When one of the New York Police Department’s horses loses a metal shoe, or they just wear out on the gritty city streets, a blacksmith shop on wheels rushes to the rescue, equipped with a 2,850-degree furnace and trained farriers who can make the fix on the spot. It’s like AAA for horses.

  • Donald Trump Nov 22, 2019

    China's Xi Says Beijing Wants Trade Deal With U.S., Can ‘Fight Back'

    President Xi Jinping said Friday that Beijing wants to work for a trade deal with the United States but is not afraid to “fight back” to protect its own interests. Echoing the upbeat tone adopted by other Chinese officials in recent days, Xi told a visiting U.S. business delegation that China holds a “positive attitude” about the trade talks. “As...

  • Israel Sep 22, 2019

    Arab Lawmakers in Israel Endorse Gantz for Prime Minister

    The Arab bloc in Israel’s parliament abandoned its usual hands-off stance Sunday and endorsed former military chief Benny Gantz for prime minister, potentially giving him the edge over hard-line incumbent Benjamin Netanyahu. The historic move marked the first time in nearly three decades that the Arab parties backed a candidate for prime minster, reflecting their contempt for Netanyahu, who was...

  • Super Bowl Aug 24, 2019

    A Look at Iconic Announcers in NFL History

    While fans of some sports all have their favorite local announcers, the NFL has been much more of a shared viewing experience. With all games being shown on national networks rather than solely on local channels, the most memorable voices of football are universal. There were the early voices of the game such as Curt Gowdy and Ray Scott; the...

  • Donald Trump Aug 19, 2019

    Danish PM: Trump's Idea of Buying Greenland Is ‘Absurd'

    Greenland is not for sale and U.S. President Donald Trump’s idea of buying the semi-autonomous Danish territory in the Arctic from Denmark is “an absurd discussion,” Denmark’s prime minister said. Mette Frederiksen, who was visiting the world’s largest island to meet Premier Kim Kielsen, told reporters: “Greenland is not Danish. Greenland is Greenlandic. I persistently hope that this is not...

  • Associated Press Jul 28, 2019

    Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas After Protesters Defy Ban

    Hong Kong police on Saturday fired tear gas, swung batons and forcefully cleared out protesters who defied warnings not to march in a neighborhood where last weekend a mob apparently targeting demonstrators brutally attacked people in a train station. Protesters wearing all black streamed through the Yuen Long area, even though police refused to grant permission for the march, citing...

  • South Florida Jul 20, 2019

    Want to Relax in Luxury? Report Ranks Top 100 Hotels in the World

    Want to know where you can relax in luxury? A newly released report ranks the top 100 hotels in the world.

  • director Jun 16, 2019

    'Romeo and Juliet' Director Franco Zeffirelli Dies at 96

    Italian director Franco Zeffirelli, who delighted audiences around the world with his romantic vision and extravagant productions, most famously captured in his cinematic “Romeo and Juliet” and the miniseries “Jesus of Nazareth,” died Saturday at 96. While Zeffirelli was most popularly known for his films, his name was also inextricably linked to the theater and opera. He produced classics for...

  • China Apr 18, 2019

    6.1M Quake Causes Light Damage in Taiwan's Capital, East Coast

    A strong earthquake shook eastern Taiwan on Thursday afternoon, causing scattered light damage in the capital and along the eastern coast. The 6.1 magnitude quake was centered northwest of the city of Hualien at a depth of nearly 12 miles, Taiwan’s Central Weather Bureau said. Water pipes at the city’s train station burst and rail traffic was briefly suspended. Schools...

  • NBC Apr 10, 2019

    NBC Cancels ‘Megyn Kelly Today' Following Blackface Controversy

    NBC News canceled “Megyn Kelly Today” on Friday following a firestorm of criticism surrounding Megyn Kelly’s remarks about the use of blackface, the anchor’s exit coming barely more than a year since the show’s premiere. “Megyn Kelly Today is not returning. Next week, the 9 a.m. hour will be hosted by other TODAY co-anchors,” an NBC spokesperson...

  • Eric Hinton Apr 5, 2019

    Winter is Here: ‘Game of Thrones' Stars Past and Present on Hand for Premiere

    The calendar may say spring… but have no doubt winter is finally, mercifully here. “Game of Thrones” stars past and present were on hand at Radio City Music Hall Wednesday night for a special screening of the Season 8 premiere, which marks the beginning of the end for the HBO franchise.

  • United States Mar 30, 2019

    DC Chef Changing Industry Landscape

    An award-winning chef who was born and raised in Arlington is blazing trails for women in the culinary world. News4’s Eun Yang has the story of Chef Amy Brandwein, the owner of Centrolina in CityCenterDC.

  • NBC Mar 20, 2019

    Danica Patrick to Join NBC's Indy 500 Team

    Danica Patrick will join NBC Sports’ inaugural coverage of the Indianapolis 500 as an analyst alongside host Mike Tirico.
    Patrick says her eighth appearance in “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” prepped her for a return as a television personality.

  • NEW YORK Mar 18, 2019

    Voila! Hudson Yards, Manhattan's Newest $16 Billion Neighborhood, Is Officially Open

    New York City’s newest neighborhood — a whopping 14-acre, $16 billion real estate project with 100 retail stores called Hudson Yards — is officially open.

  • China Mar 15, 2019

    China's Premier Denies Beijing Tells Companies to Spy

    China’s premier denied Beijing tells its tech companies to spy abroad and promised Friday to treat foreign and domestic competitors equally, seeking to defuse tensions with Washington and Europe over technology, market access and other irritants. Premier Li Keqiang’s rejection of spying accusations at a news conference was the communist government’s highest-level effort to put to rest Western security concerns....

  • Los Angeles Mar 6, 2019

    Elon Musk Firm Pitched to Build Transit System in Las Vegas

    Entrepreneur Elon Musk’s dream of an express tunnel transit system could finally become a reality in Las Vegas after major setbacks in other cities. Las Vegas’ tourism agency announced Wednesday it is recommending that an enterprise backed by the divisive billionaire receive a contract to build and operate an underground tunnel system through which autonomous electric vehicles would whisk people...

  • Instagram Feb 9, 2019

    Thailand Puzzles Over Political Surprises From Royals

    A Thai political party swore loyalty to the king Saturday, a day after its stunning decision to nominate the monarch’s sister as its candidate for prime minister backfired when the king called the move inappropriate and unconstitutional. The statement of fealty comes as the country ponders a Friday whirlwind in which Princess Ubolratana Mahidol broke with tradition proscribing the monarchy’s...

  • United States Dec 21, 2018

    Painting Stolen by Nazis Found in DC

    “Secret Departure of Ivan the Terrible Before the Oprichina” by Mikhail N. Panin was stolen from Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe during World War II. It was recovered by U.S. federal agents in the Washington, D.C. area.

  • PRESIDENT Dec 4, 2018

    Violent Protests in France Reveal a Hard-to-Heal Fracture

    A grassroots protest movement in France has ballooned and radicalized, unleashing anger that devastated the heart of Paris in weekend riots and revealed a fracture in the country between the haves and have-nots. Tough talk by unpopular President Emmanuel Macron, who has been roundly blamed for the chaos, isn’t likely to mend the growing sense of social injustice. Discontent about...

  • Mayor Oct 30, 2018

    70 Percent of Venice Covered in Water by Flooding

    Venice was inundated by an exceptionally high tide Monday, putting three-quarters of the famed Italian lagoon city under water as large swathes of the rest of Italy experienced flooding and heavy winds that toppled trees, killing four people. Tourists and residents alike donned high boots to navigate the streets of Venice after strong winds raised the water level 156 centimeters...

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