Michaels says security breach affected nearly 3 million payment cards

Michaels says security breach affected nearly 3 million payment cards

Michaels, the crafts chain, confirmed Thursday a security breach that lasted eight months, affecting nearly three million customers.
Ananth Baliga
Kidnapped Red Cross workers freed in Mali

Kidnapped Red Cross workers freed in Mali

Five aid workers kidnapped in northern Mali by presumed Islamic militants in February were freed by French troops, the presidents of France and Mali said in a joint statement.
Ed Adamczyk
Great Lakes are still almost half frozen, potentially causing long-term effects

Great Lakes are still almost half frozen, potentially causing long-term effects

Environmental scientists are concerned that since 37.1 percent of the Great Lakes are still frozen, it could negatively affect the regional environment.
Aileen Graef
Mara Wilson slams 'Mrs. Doubfire' sequel

Mara Wilson slams 'Mrs. Doubfire' sequel

"Mrs. Doubfire" star Mara Wilson has comes forward to say she wants nothing to do with the sequel.
Veronica Linares
Syrian chemical weapons removal and destruction at 72 percent as April 27 deadline nears

Syrian chemical weapons removal and destruction at 72 percent as April 27 deadline nears

The OPCW-UN Joint Mission announced the Syrian government delivered its 15th shipment of Syrian chemical weapons material to the port of Latakia on April 16.
JC Finley
Young man caught up in 'Jihad Jane' case gets 5 years for aiding terrorism

Young man caught up in 'Jihad Jane' case gets 5 years for aiding terrorism

A young man who admitted aiding the would-be terrorist nicknamed "Jihad Jane" apologized to his parents as he was sentenced to five years in a U.S. prison.
Frances Burns
One-fifth of Chinese farmland is polluted, study says

One-fifth of Chinese farmland is polluted, study says

A government report released Thursday said nearly one-fifth of China's arable farmland is polluted, a result of rapid industrialization and other factors.
Ed Adamczyk
Oscar telecast to air live on ABC Feb. 22, 2015

Oscar telecast to air live on ABC Feb. 22, 2015

The winners of the 87th Academy Awards for excellence in film will be announced Feb. 22, 2015, and the Oscar ceremony will air live on ABC.
Karen Butler

Judge tells woman who killed boyfriend he hopes she dies in prison

A woman who killed her boyfriend was given a life sentence by an angry Michigan judge who told her "I hope you die in prison."
Frances Burns
Nigerian military retracts claim of abducted girls' release

Nigerian military retracts claim of abducted girls' release

The Nigerian military retracted its claim that all but eight of the 129 school girls abducted by suspected Islamist militant Boko Haram "have been freed."
JC Finley
Jobless rate highest in Rhode Island at 8.7%, lowest in North Dakota

Jobless rate highest in Rhode Island at 8.7%, lowest in North Dakota

Unemployment rates fell in 21 states and payrolls climbed in 34 states in March, showing a strengthening of the labor market after a slow start to the year.
Ananth Baliga
Scientists find first ever female animals with penises

Scientists find first ever female animals with penises

In the many dark, extremely dry caves of Brazil, scientists have discovered four new species of insects with sex-reversed genitalia.
Brooks Hays
Putin thinks Obama would save him if he were drowning

Putin thinks Obama would save him if he were drowning

Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a television interview he thinks U.S. President Barack Obama would save him if he were drowning.
Aileen Graef
7.5 magnitude earthquake rattles Mexico City

7.5 magnitude earthquake rattles Mexico City

A 7.5 magnitude earthquake shook southern and central Mexico on Friday morning, with no reports yet of damage or injuries.
JC Finley

Police: Young Florida dad smothered son so he could play with his XBox

A Florida man who allegedly smothered his year-old son because the boy's crying prevented him from playing video games has been charged with murder.
Frances Burns
Man finds nearly 6.2 carat diamond in state park

Man finds nearly 6.2 carat diamond in state park

A man found a 6.19 carat diamond in Crater of Diamonds state park in Arkansas.
Aileen Graef
Letterman, Seinfeld and Stewart booked for tribute to comedy icon Don Rickles

Letterman, Seinfeld and Stewart booked for tribute to comedy icon Don Rickles

David Letterman, Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart and Tracy Morgan are to headline Spike TV's "One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles."
Karen Butler
Justin Bieber crashes Drake Bell's album release party

Justin Bieber crashes Drake Bell's album release party

Justin Bieber got revenge from Drake Bell, who often insults him via Twitter, by stealing the spotlight during his album release party on Thursday.
Veronica Linares
Asian markets up in shortened, pre-holiday trading

Asian markets up in shortened, pre-holiday trading

With most stock markets closed for the Good Friday holiday, Japan's Nikkie and South Korea's KOSPI saw some light trading.
Ananth Baliga
Arrest warrants issued for South Korean ferry captain and 2 crew members

Arrest warrants issued for South Korean ferry captain and 2 crew members

Arrest warrants have been issued for the captain and two crew members of the capsized South Korean ferry boat.
JC Finley
Hillary Clinton's soon-to-be-published memoir now has a title

Hillary Clinton's soon-to-be-published memoir now has a title

Hillary Clinton's soon-to-be-published memoir of her time as U.S. secretary of state now has a title, her publisher announced Friday.
Frances Burns
Leighton Meester says husband Adam Brody is 'incredible' in new film

Leighton Meester says husband Adam Brody is 'incredible' in new film

Leighton Meester spoke about working with husband Adam Brody in the new film "Life Partners" during an interview with Newsday.
Veronica Linares
Technip latest to join Total offshore Angola

Technip latest to join Total offshore Angola

French energy services contractor Technip said Friday one of its subsidiaries landed a construction deal to help Total with its Kaombo oil project in Angola.
Daniel J. Graeber
Columbus Short deflects 'Scandal' question, dodges domestic violence question

Columbus Short deflects 'Scandal' question, dodges domestic violence question

Actor Columbus Short of "Scandal" dodged questions during an interview about his future on the hit television drama and charges of domestic violence.
Aileen Graef
Lindsay Lohan opens up about alleged sex list

Lindsay Lohan opens up about alleged sex list

Lindsay Lohan addressed the sex list in which she reportedly registered the celebrities she had been intimate with, while visiting "Watch What Happens Live."
Veronica Linares
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