10 Things to Know for Friday, July 18: Food industry flocking to marijuana
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Emergency teams, policemen and off-duty coal miners are combing a sprawling area in eastern Ukraine where Flight 17 ended up in burning pieces, killing all 298 aboard, as pro-Russian rebels say they have "most" of the airliner's recorders.
As the identity of those who perished becomes clear, an outpouring of grief follows the news that a large number of AIDS researchers and activists were on board headed to Melbourne for a 20th anniversary meeting.
Nearly 20 Palestinians and an Israeli soldier were killed in Gaza on the 11th day of the conflict as Netanyahu says the country is ready for a "significant expansion" of the offensive.
Flush with cash, insurgents from the group known as the Islamic State fix roads, police traffic, and administer courts. But they also run the risk of provoking a backlash from the people they have come to rule.
The company said it would shift future product designs to its Lumia line of Windows phones.
During overlapping visits to Latin America, the leaders of China and Russia have been welcomed with open arms by governments that are among the most hostile to Washington.
The former intelligence analyst who leaked secret documents has been diagnosed with gender dysphoria, the sense of being a woman in a man's body.
Beyond the more mundane pot brownies, the proliferation of marijuana edibles for both medical and recreational purposes is giving rise to a cottage industry of baked goods, candies, infused oils and cookbooks.
One way to celebrate is to follow on Twitter as the Smithsonian recreates — in 140 characters or less per tweet — the eight-day Apollo flight that took place 45 years ago.
Six times in his last eight tournaments, Rory McIlroy has played poorly each Friday, robbing him of a chance to win.