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Rail systems in 3 U.S. cities press Chinese train maker after NBC News report on child labor

The transit authorities in Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Chicago have taken action after an investigation on mica mining in Madagascar.

Imposter scams employ new tech and techniques to steal retirees' savings

“They're retired, you know, they lost everything. And so they're still struggling with paying the bills and everything," said the daughter of one victim.

Turkey blasts U.S. after Senate passes resolution recognizing Armenian genocide

Speaking Saturday at the Doha Forum, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu echoed his own earlier comments that those who supported the resolution are cowards.

Vandalism at synagogue in Beverly Hills, California, investigated as possible hate crime

The suspect overturned furniture and damaged several "Jewish relics," police said.

Military investigating possible white power signs flashed by students during Army-Navy telecast

"West Point is looking into it and we do not know the intent of the cadets," a spokesman said.