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  • Fantasy Football 2018 preview: NFC East

    Knowledge is power and the greatest asset you can acquire in order to compete for a fantasy football championship. Here's your 2018 preview of the NFC East, the sixth of eight division profiles leading to draft season.

    miamiherald
  • Fantasy Football 2018 preview: NFC East

    Knowledge is power and the greatest asset you can acquire in order to compete for a fantasy football championship. Here's your 2018 preview of the NFC East, the sixth of eight division profiles leading to draft season.

    charlotteobserver
  • Hundreds of South Koreans to reunite with family in North after...

    Many are meeting relatives they have not seen since they were separated during the Korean War.

    Mail Online
  • North Korea to host emotional family reunions

    About 200 North and South Koreans will spend a few hours with family they have not seen since the war.

    BBC News
  • Fantasy Football 2018 preview: NFC East

    Knowledge is power and the greatest asset you can acquire in order to compete for a fantasy football championship. Here's your 2018 preview of the NFC East, the sixth of eight division profiles leading to draft season.

    thenewstribune
  • Fantasy Football 2018 preview: NFC South

    Knowledge is power and the greatest asset you can acquire in order to compete for a fantasy football championship. Here's your 2018 preview of the NFC South, the fourth of eight division profiles leading to draft season.

    miamiherald
  • Vietnam POWs Gather In North Texas For Reunion

    The "Return to Freedom" reunion marks the 45th anniversary of the repatriation of the 662 American POWs held by the North Vietnamese government.

    dfw.cbslocal.com
  • Fantasy Football 2018 preview: NFC South

    Knowledge is power and the greatest asset you can acquire in order to compete for a fantasy football championship. Here's your 2018 preview of the NFC South, the fourth of eight division profiles leading to draft season.

    thenewstribune
  • Vietnam POWs Gather In North Texas For Reunion

    The "Return to Freedom" reunion marks the 45th anniversary of the repatriation of the 662 American POWs held by the North Vietnamese government.

    CBSDFW
  • North Korea Sticks to Its Own Understanding of the Singapore Agreement

    Bruce Klingner Security, Asia Kim insists that any denuclearization must come with up-front concessions. Trump shouldn't fall for it. There’s disagreement over the Singapore Agreement. The Trump administration claims that Kim Jong-un committed to the complete, fully verified, and irreversible, complete denuclearization (CVID) of North Korea. Yet Pyongyang insists that Washington must first implement trust-building measures. What measures is the regime is pushing for? A peace treaty to end the...

    The National Interest
  • 2 found guilty in North Woods homicide

    A jury in Iron County has convicted two men in a Lac du Flambeau tribal member's death last year. The jury found Joseph Lussier and Richard Allen guilty of first-degree … Click to Continue

    thenewstribune
  • Heartbreaking documentary on London's North Korean enclave

    Little Pyongyang made the festival rounds and his been picked up by The Guardian. It tells the story of how one soldier made his way to Europe's largest community of North Korean nationals after escaping the brutal regime. Joong-wha Choi, a former soldier in North Korea, lives today with his wife and children in a sleepy London suburb, home to Europe's biggest North Korean population. Despite enjoying the new found comforts of his British life, and being emancipated from the pressures of the...

    Boing Boing
  • North Korea Can Keep Its Nukes—But Only Under This Condition

    Grant Newsham Security, Asia If North Korean doesn’t produce—or offer up a sign of good faith—war will be a real option. Before President Donald Trump met Kim Jong-un in Singapore in June, even the optimists were skeptical about North Korean intentions. Six weeks later, it’s hard to even find an optimist—especially after Secretary of State Pompeo’s recent meetings in Pyongyang. He described the talks as productive, while the North Koreans railed against America’s “gangster-like”...

    The National Interest
  • North Dakota to vote on recreational marijuana in November

    North Dakotans will vote this November on a ballot measure to legalize recreational marijuana, state officials announced Monday.Secretary of State Al Jaeger said that Legalize ND, the group le...

    TheHill
  • North Korea Could Strike with Swarm Weapons (From 1947)

    Sebastien Roblin Security, Asia Yes, you read that right.  The threat of being swarmed by low-observable biplanes has apparently led South Korea to acquire two An-2s of its own, so that its F-15 fighters can practice interceptions, according to this article in NK News. The reality is that, while an An-2 infiltration swarm would be difficult to repel, it would still likely be a suicide mission for many of the pilots. However, the aircraft are expendable, costing less than most of the guided...

    The National Interest
  • Leaders of North, South Korea to Meet in Pyongyang

    North and South Korea agreed to hold a summit in Pyongyang in the coming weeks, in what would be the third meeting this year between the leaders of the two Koreas.

    WSJ
  • An assault on minority voting continues in North Carolina

    Alamance County citizens face the threat of prison — for casting a ballot.

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  • Morocco authorities force hundreds of migrants out of north

    Moroccan authorities have forcefully relocated hundreds of migrants in recent days from camps and homes in the kingdom's north, a local official and a rights...

    Mail Online
  • Couple NPA spies surrender in North Cotabato

    A wanted couple who spied on activities of state forces for the New People’s Army for two decades yielded Friday and pledged allegiance to the Philippine flag. by John Unson

    philstar.com
  • Japanese man detained in North Korea: report

    A Japanese man has been detained in North Korea, and government officials are trying to gather information on his safety, the Asahi Shimbun reported on Saturday.

    U.S.
  • The Navy Is Gearing Up For A Fight With Russia In the North Atlantic

    Task and Purpose, Jared Keller Security, Europe The real Red Storm Rising? Russia's navy is back. Is America and NATO ready? The Russian and Chinese navies have become increasingly active in the North Atlantic over the last five years, necessitating a return to a “competitive mindset” among U.S. Navy commanders, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson said Monday.   “We’re talking about more [activity] than we’ve seen in 25 years,” Richardson said of Russian naval movements in the North...

    The National Interest
  • In 2018, Pop Searches for Its Next True North

    Quick: Name a defining musical trend that has dominated pop music this year — a sound, whether it be a genre-flipping style or a musical wrinkle as small as someone coughing distinctively on a beat — that listeners can easily identify as taking over the charts, airwaves, and general pop ... More

    Vulture
  • Here are the constitutional amendments we’ll be voting on in North Carolina

    North Carolina’s legislature put six constitutional amendments on the Nov. 6 statewide ballot. The language voters will see on the ballot is written by the Republican-controlled legislature. Lawmakers prohibited the … Click to Continue

    charlotteobserver
  • Here's Why North Korea's New Missile Submarine Is No Joke

    Dave Majumdar Security, Asia The DPRK appears to be continuing on its path to developing a new diesel-electric ballistic missile submarine (SSB) despite the recent summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. At the end of the day, neither the Sinpo-B or Sinpo-C are particularly impressive vessels. However, it is nonetheless impressive that an impoverished and technologically backward state with primitive industrial capabilities developed and built its own...

    The National Interest