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Britain Is Ditching Coal. Why Won't America?

While the Trump administration scrambles to save coal, Britain has shuttered its last deep mine and vowed to stop using coal for electricity by 2025.

Incredible Mars Photo Reveals Blue Dune On The…

Everyone calls Mars the "Red Planet," but apparently, it’s ready to rebrand.

Floods and landslides kill at least nine in…

Flash floods and landslides triggered by torrential rains kill nine people and left 12 missing in northern Vietnam. No reporter narration.

Prince William Arrives in Jordan to Kick Off…

On Sunday, Prince William was welcomed in Jordan by Crown Prince Hussein, 23, who will be his host throughout the two-day stay in the country.

Today in History for June 25th

Highlights of this day in history: The Korean War begins; Custer meets his end at the Battle of Little Bighorn; John Dean testifies before the Senate Watergate Committee; Author George Orwell born; Deep-sea explorer Jacques Cousteau dies. (June 25)

Former Top FBI Agent Peter Strzok Subpoenaed To…

He's set to appear Wednesday before the House Judiciary Committee.

Driver Walks Away After Airborne Car Crashes Into Gas Station

Shelby Lynne May, a 24-year-old Mississippi woman, was charged with DUI after a high-speed crash—and she's incredibly lucky she wasn't being declared DOA instead. Video of the crash shows her sedan, which was travelling at more than 100mph, skidding into an embankment, becoming airborne, flipping in the air, and...

Trump: 'Whimpering' Fallon 'Seriously Messed Up…

Jimmy Fallon took a lot of heat in Sept. 2016 for a "softball" Tonight Show interview with then-candidate Donald Trump—and in an interview published Saturday, he told the Hollywood Reporter that he still feels bad about it now. "I made a mistake. I’m sorry if I made anyone mad....

The American Gut Project Is Studying Poop

These scientists want to collect your poop to learn more about the human body. The American Gut Project created an analytical method that inspects your fecal matter to find the DNA and molecules that microbes make when they are in your stomach. So far, they’ve collected close to 20,000 samples, but want to even more for research. This video, " The American Gut Project Is Studying Poop ", first appeared on nowthisnews.com.

TGI Fridays To Overhaul Menu

According to Business Insider, TGI Fridays is making some major changes. In February, the chain announced it had reached the halfway point in its efforts to completely revamp its menu. It's a mission it plans to complete by the end of 2018. At that point, the chain had rolled out 30% new menu items and improved 20% of its existing options. According to CMO Stephanie Perdue, Fridays is "stepping away from casual dining.

Elizabeth Warren Describes 'Disturbing Picture…

Elizabeth Warren paid a visit Sunday to an immigration facility in McAllen, Texas amid the ongoing crisis over family separations at the Mexican border.

Morningside's Liu on Investment Strategy, Trade

Jun.25 -- He's one of the earliest investors and largest stakeholders in Xiaomi, and is set to make a windfall off of the tech giant's massive public offering. As part of our Venture China series, Morningside Venture Capital founder Richard Liu told Bloomberg's David Ramli what drove his decision to invest in the company so early and what kind of returns he expects.

Restaurant That Booted Sanders Closes the Next…

The little Red Hen restaurant in rural Virginia found itself squarely in the middle of a big Beltway brouhaha after Sarah Huckabee Sanders was turned away on Friday night, and now the owner gives the Washington Post the backstory. Stephanie Wilkinson was home when her chef called around 8pm to...

The Latest: Opposition candidate concedes defeat in Turkey

Turkey's main opposition candidate has conceded deafeat in Sunday's presidential and parliamentary elections, calling on the winner, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to end his divisive policies

Bill Gates Donates $4M for Gene-Altered…

Bill Gates latest effort to curb the spread of malaria involves genetically altered mosquitoes with a license to kill. Tony Spitz has the details.

June route roundup: Where airlines are adding (or cutting) service

There are dozens of changes to airline routes each month. Here's a look at some of the most interesting.

Uber battles to keep its London license

Ride-hailing company Uber goes to court on Monday (June 25) in a bid to overturn a decision to strip it of its license in London, its most important European market. David Doyle reports.