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3 die in NYC house fire

A fire broke out in a three-story home in New York's Bronx borough Monday, killing three people, authorities said.

NYC couple allegedly had bomb materials

A New York City couple faced charges after a weekend raid turned up what appeared to be bomb-making materials and instructions, police said Monday.
Syrian rebels blow up major pipeline

Syrian rebels blow up major pipeline

Syrian rebels severed one of the civil war-wracked country's major natural gas pipelines, state media reported Monday.

Minister: Police will seek death penalty

The case against the suspects facing murder charges in the savage gang rape and death of a New Delhi student is "solid," India's home minister said.

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Report: 'Fiscal cliff' deal reached

Report: 'Fiscal cliff' deal reached

Congressional leaders, after taking the United States to the edge of the "fiscal cliff," reached a deal Monday night to veer away.

N.C. governor pardons Wilmington 10

The Wilmington 10, once convicted in the 1971 firebombing of a white-owned grocery, received a New Year's Eve pardon from North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue.
Chief justice touts judiciary's frugality

Chief justice touts judiciary's frugality

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. Monday held out the nation's judicial branch as an example of sound fiscal stewardship.

Father claims Adam Lanza's body

The father of Adam Lanza, who killed 26 people at an elementary school and his mother in Newtown, Conn., Dec. 14, has claimed his body, a family spokesman says.

Edmonton train beating victim dies

A 29-year-old man savagely beaten on a light-rail train in Edmonton, Alberta, has died and his alleged assailant will be charged with murder, authorities say.
Docs: Hillary Clinton blood clot in head

Docs: Hillary Clinton blood clot in head

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's blood clot is between her skull and brain, her doctors said Monday, predicting she would make a full recovery.

Louis XVI's blood authenticated

A DNA analysis confirmed a rag believed to have been dipped in the blood of Louis XVI at his 1793 execution in Paris is genuine.

'Most Wanted Deadbeat' parent arrested

A New York man on the "Most Wanted Deadbeat Parent" list, owing an ex-wife and two children $1 million in support payments, was arrested by federal authorities.

Five snowmobilers rescued in Colorado

Five snowmobilers stuck in waist-deep snow in a ravine on Colorado's Buffalo Pass overnight were rescued Monday morning, authorities said.

FARC calls for peace through struggle

Colombian rebels Monday issued a video message touting peace through "struggle and mobilization."

Russia sets aside Aug. 1 to honor WWI vets

Russia will honor its World War I soldiers with a Remembrance Day every Aug. 1, the Kremlin Press Service announced Monday.

J. Sheardown, 'Canadian Caper' hero, dies

John Sheardown, one of the Canadian officials who helped hide six American diplomats and spirit them out of Iran in 1979, has died, his son said. He was 88.

Nine dead at Colombia holiday party

Police in Medellin, Colombia, said five men and four women were massacred at a holiday party in the town of Envigado.

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23 hospitalized in Istanbul hotel gas leak

A gas leak in an Istanbul hotel poisoned at least 23 people, with four listed in critical condition, hospital officials said.

Detroit mom held in death of daughter, 9

A 26-year-old Detroit woman has been taken into custody by police after her 9-year-old daughter was found dead in the family's apartment early Sunday.

Maggot-infested leg amputated in Sweden

After a 95-year-old woman's maggot-infested leg was amputated in a Stockholm, Sweden, hospital, her nursing home was accused of neglect.
U.S. economy poised to dive off 'fiscal cliff'

U.S. economy poised to dive off 'fiscal cliff'

Grab your golden parachutes: The U.S. economy went cliff diving heading into 2013.
MARCELLA KREITER, United Press International

Famed cop to take new look at Palme murder

A Swedish detective who solved several high-profile murder cases will try to unravel the quarter-century-old mystery of who killed Prime Minister Olof Palme.

U.N. Timor-Leste peacekeeping mission ends

The U.N. peacekeeping mission in Timor-Leste ended Monday amid significant progress made in establishing peace and security, a U.N. official said.
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