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Glass Walkway Over China Canyon Cracks With Tourists On It

Oct 10
A glass walkway that hugs a cliff above a scenic canyon in central China was closed after cracks developed while dozens of tourists were walking on the newly built structure.

UN Declares October 11 International Day of the Girl

By EDGE | Oct 9
On International Day of the Girl Child, UNAIDS is calling for the end to gender inequalities and the protection of the human rights of young women and girls everywhere.

ISIS Use of Toyota Trucks Raises Questions

Oct 9
ISIS' widespread use of often new Toyota trucks has prompted a U.S. investigation into how the terror group obtains vehicles

Watch: UK Student Documents Transition With Over 1,400 Selfies

Oct 8
A British student documented his transition from female to male by taking a selfie every single day for the last three years.

Clinton Subject to Hack Attempts From China, Korea, Germany

By Ken Dilanian, Jack Gillum and Stephen Braun | Oct 8
Hillary Rodham Clinton's private email server, which stored some 55,000 pages of emails from her time as secretary of state, was the subject of attempted cyberattacks originating in China, South Korea and Germany after she left office in early 2013.

HIV Treatment Market Will Grow to $15.3B By 2023

By EDGE | Oct 7
The value of the HIV treatment market will increase marginally from just over $14 billion in 2013 to approach $15.3 billion by 2023, says research and consulting firm GlobalData.

AP Investigation: Nuclear Smugglers Sought Extremist Buyers

By Desmond Butlervadim Ghirda | Oct 7
In the backwaters of Eastern Europe, authorities working with the FBI have interrupted four attempts in the past five years by gangs with suspected Russian connections that sought to sell radioactive material to Middle Eastern extremists

Top General in Afghanistan: US Strike on Hospital a Mistake

By Deb Riechmann | Oct 6
The deadly American attack on a hospital in northern Afghanistan occurred despite "rigorous" U.S. military procedures designed to avoid such mistakes, the top commander of U.S. and allied forces in Afghanistan said Tuesday.

Gay Former Student of Pope Francis' Speaks Out

By Jessica Gresko | Oct 4
An openly gay former student of Pope Francis' who visited with the pope during his recent trip to Washington said he was surprised Francis had met with Kim Davis.

Pope Asserts Marriage is Forever at Start of Family Meeting

By Nicole WInfield | Oct 4
A mid-level official in the Vatican's orthodoxy office, Monsignor Krzysztof Charamsa, announced Saturday that that he was a proud gay priest (with a boyfriend), called for the synod to take up the plight of gays, and denounced the church's homophobia.

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