Halloween store pulls Anne Frank costume after complaints

At least one online retailer has pulled a costume from its website that depicted the teenage diarist and Holocaust victim Anne Frank, but an identical costume is still available at several online retailers. Screenshots of the costume for sale at HalloweenCostumes.com posted to social media show a smiling girl wearing World War II-era clothing and

New mom lost four limbs to flesh-eating bacteria

Not long after giving birth to her first child, a previously healthy mom from Canada found herself in the fight of her life. Lindsey Hubley delivered baby Myles on March 2, 2017 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, with fiancé Mike Sampson. Four days later, she became extremely ill and was rushed to the hospital. According to

Paul Ryan says he’s bullish on tax overhaul passing

MADISON, Wis. — House Speaker Paul Ryan says he’s “bullish” about the Republican-authored tax overhaul bill passing Congress and being signed into law with Democratic support in the Senate. Ryan told a meeting of the Wisconsin chamber of commerce Monday that the Senate with its narrow Republican majority remains the biggest obstacle to passing tax

Get ready for "unlimited data" of 5G networks in 2019

When it comes to 5G networks, there’s something beyond pure speed to get excited about. Next-generation mobile networks will be able to accommodate a lot more people and a lot more data as carriers like Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T and manufacturers like Nokia and Ericsson improve the total capacity of the network. That means your phone won’t be fighting

Iraqi forces seize oil city Kirkuk from Kurds in bold advance

BAGHDAD/KIRKUK, Iraq (Reuters) – Iraqi government forces captured the major Kurdish-held oil city of Kirkuk on Monday, responding to a Kurdish referendum on independence with a bold lightning strike that transforms the balance of power in the country. A convoy of armored vehicles from Iraq’s elite U.S.-trained Counter-Terrorism Force seized Kirkuk’s provincial government headquarters on