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Man accused of raping teen at Keith Urban concert

Man accused of raping teen at Keith Urban concert

Man arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting 17-year-old girl in front of crowd at Keith Urban concert.
Danielle Haynes
GOP legislators urge public to "fire" Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid

GOP legislators urge public to "fire" Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid

Republican lawmakers on Tuesday urged Americans to vote Republican in the upcoming midterm elections with the goal being to take control of the Senate and oust Harry Reid as the Senate majority leader.
Michael Smith, Medill News Service
Federal contract workers protest for seat at the table

Federal contract workers protest for seat at the table

Low-wage federal contract workers call on President Obama for more than just a minimum wage increase. They want a way to organize and do their own bargaining.
Caroline Cataldo, Medill News Service
Talk of impeachment spurs Democratic donors

Talk of impeachment spurs Democratic donors

Democratic donations have surged after talk of impeaching President Obama, but GOP leaders insist it won't ever come to that.
Curtis Sprung, Medill News Service
Amazon tribal leader seeks police protection following death threats

Amazon tribal leader seeks police protection following death threats

Davi Kopenawa, a prominent leader of the Amazon's Yanomami tribe, fears for his life and has requested police protection.
JC Finley
House votes to sue president over Obamacare delays

House votes to sue president over Obamacare delays

The House approved a resolution Wednesday to sue President Obama over delays in implementing the Affordable Care Act's employer mandate.
Gabrielle Levy
Bill Clinton's speaking fees may constitute bribes to Hillary's State Department

Bill Clinton's speaking fees may constitute bribes to Hillary's State Department

Bill Clinton accepted millions in speaking fees from foreign countries and corporations interested in influencing the US while Hillary was secretary of state.
JC Sevcik

Fired security guard charged with robbing Atlantic City casino

Three of the five people charged with robbing an Atlantic City, N.J., casino worked at casinos, including a security guard who had been fired by the target.
Frances Burns
Liberia shutters schools in response to Ebola outbreak

Liberia shutters schools in response to Ebola outbreak

Liberia announced Wednesday it will close all schools and place non-essential government employees on mandatory leave to stem the spread of the Ebola virus.
JC Finley
Minnesota police officer shot dead during traffic stop

Minnesota police officer shot dead during traffic stop

An officer in an affluent Minnesota suburb was shot and killed during a traffic stop Wednesday afternoon.
Frances Burns
Survey shows partisan divide in attitudes toward Arabs, Muslims

Survey shows partisan divide in attitudes toward Arabs, Muslims

A poll released by the Arab American Institute says there is a deep partisan divide in attitudes toward Arab-Americans and Muslim-Americans which masks a generational divide.
Dima Ansari and Alix Hines, Medill News Service
Ebola outbreak prompts Peace Corps withdrawal from West Africa

Ebola outbreak prompts Peace Corps withdrawal from West Africa

The Peace Corps announced Wednesday the evacuation of 340 volunteers from the three West African countries most affected by the deadly Ebola virus outbreak.
JC Finley
Iraq seeks U.S. missiles, helicopter support

Iraq seeks U.S. missiles, helicopter support

Iraq is seeking to acquire U.S. missiles amid its continuing fight against Islamist insurgents.
Richard Tomkins
Justice Dept. joins challenges to Ohio, Wisconsin voter ID laws

Justice Dept. joins challenges to Ohio, Wisconsin voter ID laws

New voting laws in Ohio and Wisconsin are "misguided attempts to fix a system that isn't broken," U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said Wednesday.
Frances Burns
House approves $17B VA deal, sends it to Senate

House approves $17B VA deal, sends it to Senate

The House easily passed the $17 billion deal to fix problems at the VA to allow veterans to obtain outside healthcare, add staff and improve facilities.
Gabrielle Levy
U.N. aviation agency acknowledges complexity of ensuring flight safety over conflict zones

U.N. aviation agency acknowledges complexity of ensuring flight safety over conflict zones

The U.N. International Civil Aviation Organization met Tuesday to discuss the risks posed to civilian aircraft flying over conflict zones.
JC Finley
Turkish Deputy PM doesn't want women laughing in public

Turkish Deputy PM doesn't want women laughing in public

Turkish Deputy PM Bülent Arınç faced some backlash on social media Wednesday after he said women should not laugh in public to protect their chastity.
Aileen Graef
Airbus retrofits Royal New Zealand Air Force helicopters

Airbus retrofits Royal New Zealand Air Force helicopters

Airbus Helicopters have completed the retrofit of four earlier model NH90 TTH aircraft flown by New Zealand's air force.
Richard Tomkins
Iran rejects State Dept.'s Religious Freedom Report

Iran rejects State Dept.'s Religious Freedom Report

The Iranian government has denounced the U.S. Department of State's findings in its just-released 'International Religious Freedom Report for 2013.'
JC Finley
Florida 'Docs v. Glocks' law survives court challenge

Florida 'Docs v. Glocks' law survives court challenge

Opponents of Florida's "Docs v. Glocks" law, which limits doctors' right to ask patients about their guns, say the legal fight is not over.
Frances Burns
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