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Tropical Storm Dolly expected to make landfall on Mexican coast

Tropical Storm Dolly expected to make landfall on Mexican coast

Tropical Storm Dolly is expected to make landfall along the eastern Gulf Coast of Mexico on Tuesday, dumping rain and bringing high winds.
Gabrielle Levy

MCR Federal providing financial support services to USTRANSCOM

U.S. Transportation Command is to receive comprehensive financial services support from MCR Federal, a program management company.
Richard Tomkins
Deliberations begin in former Va. Gov. McDonnell's trial

Deliberations begin in former Va. Gov. McDonnell's trial

Jurors began weighing evidence Tuesday against former Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell and his wife, who allegedly helped a businessman in exchange for gifts.
Frances Burns
Viral video shows elderly woman with Alzheimer's remember her daughter

Viral video shows elderly woman with Alzheimer's remember her daughter

A video showing an elderly Alzheimer's patient's brief moment of clarity with her daughter is inspiring viewers around the Internet.
Matt Bradwell
Judge: Four doctors can continue to perform abortions in La. for now

Judge: Four doctors can continue to perform abortions in La. for now

Four doctors can continue to perform abortions in Louisiana while their challenge to a law requiring hospital admitting privileges is resolved, a judge said.
Frances Burns
CEO seen kicking friend's puppy in elevator resigns

CEO seen kicking friend's puppy in elevator resigns

Centerplate CEO Desmond Hague resigned Tuesday after he was caught an on elevator surveillance video kicking his friend's puppy.
Aileen Graef
Venezuela's Socialist Party unveils new prayer 'Our Chavez who art in heaven'

Venezuela's Socialist Party unveils new prayer 'Our Chavez who art in heaven'

Venezuela's Socialist Party PSUV unveiled a Hugo Chavez-inspired version of the Lord's Prayer during an ideology workshop on Monday.
Veronica Linares
Russian military receives upgraded helicopters

Russian military receives upgraded helicopters

Russian Helicopters has delivered upgraded Mi-8AMTSh assault/transport helicopters to the country's Ministry of Defense under a contract issued last year.
Richard Tomkins
Body of missing teenager found in Mississippi

Body of missing teenager found in Mississippi

The body of 17-year-old Katelyn Beard was found in a ditch Tuesday, two days after she disappeared from her home in Jackson, Miss.
Frances Burns
Kremlin threatens to release Putin call with EU head

Kremlin threatens to release Putin call with EU head

Russia threatened to release a conversation between Vladimir Putin and EU head Jose Manuel Barroso after accusing him of taking Putin's words out of context.
Aileen Graef
Tornado warning came 4 minutes after storm hit Worcester

Tornado warning came 4 minutes after storm hit Worcester

A tornado struck central Massachusetts Sunday night, causing minor damage and frustrating residents who received a NWS warning after the storm had passed.
Gabrielle Levy
Islamic State allegedly beheads second American journalist

Islamic State allegedly beheads second American journalist

The Islamic State terrorist group has allegedly beheaded Steven Sotloff, the second journalist who appeared in the video showing the execution of James Foley.
Gabrielle Levy
Elderly woman killed in Illinois house explosion

Elderly woman killed in Illinois house explosion

An explosion that destroyed a house in Illinois killed an elderly woman asleep in bed.
Frances Burns
A400M demos refueling capability using Cobham equipment

A400M demos refueling capability using Cobham equipment

Cobham of Britain says its air-to-air refueling pods have been successfully demonstrated on Airbus' A400M airlifter.
Richard Tomkins

QinetiQ contracted to tackle small boat threat solutions

British defense technology company QinetiQ is establishing a containerized experiment facility for sensor technology to help defeat small boat threats.
Richard Tomkins
U.S. military personnel rescued after helicopter crash in Gulf of Aden

U.S. military personnel rescued after helicopter crash in Gulf of Aden

All 25 military personnel aboard a U.S. Marine helicopter that crashed into the Arabian Sea during a training exercise Monday are safe, a Navy spokesman said.
Gabrielle Levy

World War II veteran attacked outside Cincinnati hospital

A World War II veteran making his daily visit to his wife in a Cincinnati hospital was beaten in an attempted robbery in the parking lot.
Frances Burns
Mary Landrieu hit with residency, ethics complaints

Mary Landrieu hit with residency, ethics complaints

The hits keep coming against Louisiana Democrat Mary Landrieu in her uphill fight to hang onto her Senate seat.
Gabrielle Levy
Crisis in Ukraine displaces 260,000 from their homes

Crisis in Ukraine displaces 260,000 from their homes

The United Nations Refugee Agency announced Tuesday that the conflict in eastern Ukraine has displaced 260,000 people.
JC Finley

New acquisitions announced in Europe

Atlas Elektronik sold its hydrographic survey systems to a Teledyne subsidiary, while Patria Helicopters has purchased a Swedish MRO company.
Richard Tomkins
Revel, Atlantic City's newest casino, shuts down

Revel, Atlantic City's newest casino, shuts down

Revel, the newest casino in Atlantic City, closed down at dawn Tuesday, the second to shut its doors in two days in New Jersey's gambling hub.
Frances Burns
Increased activity in Ecuador volcano

Increased activity in Ecuador volcano

About 40 explosions were noted on Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano, as well as a 1.8-mile high ash cloud.
Ed Adamczyk
With tensions escalating, Kiev says there are 15,000 Russian troops now in Ukraine

With tensions escalating, Kiev says there are 15,000 Russian troops now in Ukraine

The Ukrainian government estimates there are approximately 15,000 Russian troops and rebels now inside Ukraine.
JC Finley
Obama approval rating hits record low in blue California

Obama approval rating hits record low in blue California

A new California poll found even President Obama's base is disappointed in his performance.
Gabrielle Levy
Bomb kills 11 Egyptian security forces

Bomb kills 11 Egyptian security forces

A security convoy in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula was ambushed Tuesday, an attack that killed 11 police officers, Egyptian state media reported.
Ed Adamczyk
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