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Drowning in a cacophony of content as #YouTube turns 10

Revolutionary video-sharing site marks a decade of life, but some question whether it has bettered humanity.

Benny Fine

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US judge allows 'Muslims killing Jews' ads on buses

New York judge says ads are protected speech and similar campaigns have run in other cities without inciting violence.

AFDI advertising

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US court to hear case on chimpanzees' right to freedom

Group says chimps should have at least some limited rights, traditionally reserved for humans, due to intelligence.

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US Drug Enforcement Administration chief to resign

Michele Leonhart resigns in wake of report detailing allegations that DEA agents attended sex parties with prostitutes.

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#Canada to issue new passport to Al Jazeera journalist

Canadian government had been refusing to give Egyptian-born Mohamed Fahmy a new one citing his bail conditions.

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Dissidents concede defeat in Cuban local elections

Originally chosen as candidates by a show of hands in Havana, two candidates admit defeat after initial results.

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Argentine prosecutor dismisses claims against president

Prosecutor rejects accusations that President Kirchner helped shield Iranian officials allegedly behind a 1994 bombing.

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Six Somali-Americans arrested 'attempting to join ISIL'

Federal prosecutor says arrest of the men from Minnesota followed a 10-month probe by a joint task force.

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Report reveals spike in killings of environmentalists

Global Witness says 116 activists were killed last year, a 20 percent rise from the previous year.

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More severe storms lash the southeast US

Damaging winds and violent storms with large hail bring down trees and power lines across the Deep South.

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