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Florida officer on paid leave after tasering 62-year-old woman in back

Florida officer on paid leave after tasering 62-year-old woman in back

A police officer in Tallahassee, Florida has been placed on paid administrative leave after tasering a 62-year-old woman in the back Tuesday afternoon.
JC Sevcik
Despite rumors, ESPN's Jon Gruden not interested in Raiders head coaching gig

Despite rumors, ESPN's Jon Gruden not interested in Raiders head coaching gig

Despite being called out by name by Raiders ownership, Super Bowl-winning coach Jon Gruden says he's not interested in taking over the struggling football team.
Matt Bradwell
Soldier won't face charges in deaths of Iraqi boys

Soldier won't face charges in deaths of Iraqi boys

An Army soldier will not face murder charges in the deaths of two Iraqi boys, but may see jail time if he is found to have obstructed the ensuing investigation.
Gabrielle Levy
Whoever smelt it may have been dealt a longer life

Whoever smelt it may have been dealt a longer life

In a survey of 3,000 people, ages 57 to 85, those with the poorest sense of smell were four times more likely to pass away within the following five years.
Brooks Hays
Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' video to be rereleased in 3D

Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' video to be rereleased in 3D

Michael Jackson's 14-minute music video for "Thriller" will be re-released in 3D by director John Landis.
Annie Martin
Huntington Ingalls Industries cuts steel for new destroyer

Huntington Ingalls Industries cuts steel for new destroyer

Fabrication of the future USS Paul Ignatius has started at a Huntington Ingalls Industries' shipyard in Mississippi.
Richard Tomkins

Here's some of the new features you'll find on OS X Yosemite

Apple is planning on releasing their newly updated OS X Yosemite. Here's some of the new features you'll find inside....
Man guilty of killing Florida teen in argument over loud music

Man guilty of killing Florida teen in argument over loud music

A man who shot and killed a black Florida teenager during an argument over loud music in a gas station parking lot was convicted of first-degree murder.
Frances Burns
Marysville jail escapee returns after 2 days, unnoticed

Marysville jail escapee returns after 2 days, unnoticed

An inmate at a Washington state jail is back in custody after he escaped and no one noticed for two days.
Gabrielle Levy
Noah Ritter walks with dinosaurs on 'Ellen'

Noah Ritter walks with dinosaurs on 'Ellen'

Ellen Degeneres sent "Apparently Kid" Noah Ritter to the "Walking with Dinosaurs" exhibit in LA, and screened the adorable footage Monday on "Ellen."
Annie Martin
Court: Democrats don't have to run Senate candidate in Kansas

Court: Democrats don't have to run Senate candidate in Kansas

A federal appeals court refused Wednesday to order the Democratic Party to field a candidate for the U.S. Senate in Kansas.
Frances Burns

Indian government approves Thales joint venture

A joint venture company in India formed by Thales and Bharat Electronics Limited has received government approval for its incorporation.
Richard Tomkins
Boston Herald apologizes for 'racist' Obama cartoon

Boston Herald apologizes for 'racist' Obama cartoon

The Boston Herald is in the hot seat after running a political cartoon in Wednesday's paper that was deemed "racist" by many social media users.
Aileen Graef
'The Hollow Crown' releases photo of Benedict Cumberbatch as Richard III

'The Hollow Crown' releases photo of Benedict Cumberbatch as Richard III

"The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses" released a promo photo of Benedict Cumberbatch as Richard III atop the character's infamous horse.
Annie Martin
Saudi Arabia pilgrimage has Ebola contingency plans

Saudi Arabia pilgrimage has Ebola contingency plans

The Saudi health minister said a precautionary plan is ready if the Ebola virus enters the country during the annual pilgrimage to the city of Mecca.
Ed Adamczyk
Canadian developer wins auction for Atlantic City's bankrupt Revel Casino

Canadian developer wins auction for Atlantic City's bankrupt Revel Casino

A Canadian development company that already operates casinos in Las Vegas and the Bahamas plans to make Atlantic City's bankrupt Revel its third.
Frances Burns
Doctors remove 9-pound hairball from teenager's stomach

Doctors remove 9-pound hairball from teenager's stomach

Doctors in Bishkek removed a nine-pound hairball from the stomach of 18-year-old Ayperi Alekseeva after she could no longer eat or drink.
Aileen Graef

Buying a GoPro will not make your boring life exciting

Everyone thinks if you have a GoPro that you must leave an exciting life. That's not always the case. Here's video proof!
Court: N.C. law could cut black voting participation

Court: N.C. law could cut black voting participation

Some provisions in North Carolina's new voting law appear to discriminate against black voters, a federal appeals court said Wednesday.
Frances Burns
Next week's lunar eclipse may feature the color turquoise

Next week's lunar eclipse may feature the color turquoise

Next Wednesday, the full moon will turn a coppery red as a lunar eclipse becomes visible across the entirety of the United States.
Brooks Hays
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