November 26th @ 9:23 PM GMT
CBS News Fidel Castro's death sparks reactions from politicians after decades of discord between U.S., island neighbor (Politics)
November 25th @ 8:04 PM GMT
AP South Korea is seeing its biggest wave of street demonstrations in decades but nobody is sure how many people are t (Top Stories)
November 26th @ 9:34 PM GMT
Reuters Fidel Castro, the Cuban revolutionary who built a communist state on the doorstep of the United States and for five decades defied U.S. efforts to topple him, died on Friday. He was 90. (Top Stories)
November 27th @ 3:00 PM GMT
Yahoo! In 1989, the Berlin Wall began to fall, the World Wide Web made its debut, Madonnas Like a Prayer topped the charts, and in Pittsburgh, a retrofitted Army ambulance called ALVINN was driving around Carnegie Mellon University without any human intervention. Self-driving cars may seem like a very recent technological phenomenon, but researchers and engineers have been building vehicles that can drive themselves for over three decades. Research on computer controlled vehicles began at Carnegie... (Technology)
November 26th @ 10:24 PM GMT
CNN For decades, Castro defied, confounded America; even with his death Cuba not likely to bend to U.S.,including demands thrown down by Trump in incoming administration. (World)
November 27th @ 5:37 PM GMT
Yahoo! Elian Gonzalez, the center of an international custody battle waged by Fidel Castro nearly two decades ago, returned to the public eye Sunday to praise the leader who fought to return him to Cuba. (World)
November 27th @ 6:59 PM GMT
Yahoo! Beyond his native Caribbean island, Fidel Castro's revolutionary fire set alight much of Latin America, helping drive numerous leftist allies to power in a tide that is now turning. ''Cuba was a model, a beacon for the left in Latin America,'' said Gaspard Estrada, head of the Latin America Observatory at the Sciences Po politics institute in Paris. Over the decades, Cuba became a mecca for Latin American leftist dissidents. (Politics)
November 26th @ 6:39 AM GMT
Yahoo! Fishing boats used high-tech systems to find vast schools of fish for decades, depleting stocks of some species and leading to the complete collapse of others. Now more than a dozen apps, devices and monitoring systems aimed at tracking unscrupulous vessels and the seafood they catch are being rolled out high-tech solutions some say could also help prevent labor abuse at sea. (World)
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