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Former senator Jon Kyl steps in to fill McCain's Arizona Senate seat
Former senator Jon Kyl steps in to fill McCain's Arizona Senate seat

Jon Kyl, right, a Republican former senator from Arizona, has stepped in as John McCain's successor. The US Senate seat left vacant by John McCain's death will be filled by Jon Kyl, a former Republican senator from Arizona, it was announced on Tuesday.

Countdown to zero: Automakers dial back 0 percent interest loans after almost two decades
Countdown to zero: Automakers dial back 0 percent interest loans after almost two decades

If you've been counting on a zero percent interest rate to help finance your next new car, it may be time to lock in the deal before it's too late. According to a report by Automotive News, rising benchmark rates from the Federal Reserve and a drop in customer adoption may cause interest-free financing deals to fall by the wayside sooner rather than later. Data from Edmunds showed that in July, zero percent financing dipped to its lowest monthly level since July 2005 at just 6.9 percent of sales. The promotions, which were first adopted by General Motors directly following the September 11, 2001 attacks in its "Keep America Rolling" campaign and subsequently spread across the industry,...

China says its funding helps Africa develop, not stack up debt
China says its funding helps Africa develop, not stack up debt

President Xi Jinping pledged $60 billion to African nations at Monday's opening of a China-Africa forum on cooperation.

Survivor describes deadly Colorado River boat crash:
Survivor describes deadly Colorado River boat crash: 'I thought I was going to drown'

Taylor Corbino described the "horrific" head-on collision in an interview with "Good Morning America" Tuesday.

Stephen King Has An Ominous Warning For Donald Trump
Stephen King Has An Ominous Warning For Donald Trump's 'Friends'

Author Stephen King fired a new salvo in his ongoing feud with President

Haqqani network founder has died, Afghan Taliban says
Haqqani network founder has died, Afghan Taliban says

The founder of the Haqqani network who was feted by America as an anti-Soviet Afghan resistance hero in the 1980s only to become one of its most wanted enemies has died. Jalaluddin Haqqani went from young radical and Mujahideen commander to leader of a militant network responsible for some of the bloodiest suicide attacks on civilians and the internationally-backed Afghan government. He died bedridden after years of ill health which have seen control of his grouping pass to his son. Battlefield successes and tight organisation saw him become one of the CIA's prized commanders in the 1980s as America funnelled money and arms into the anti-Soviet resistance through Pakistan. He later...

8 wounded in gunfire at California apartment complex
8 wounded in gunfire at California apartment complex

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) - Eight people were wounded, two critically, during a shooting at a California apartment complex during a dice game, police said Monday.

Trump warns Syria, Russia and Iran against Idlib
Trump warns Syria, Russia and Iran against Idlib 'tragedy'

"President Bashar al-Assad of Syria must not recklessly attack Idlib Province. The Russians and Iranians would be making a grave humanitarian mistake to take part in this potential human tragedy," Trump tweeted. The United Nations and aid groups have warned that a full assault on Idlib could spark a humanitarian catastrophe on a scale not yet seen in Syria's seven-year-old conflict.

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