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IHS examines Islamic State's oil wealth

IHS examines Islamic State's oil wealth

Oil is fueling the war chest for the group calling itself the Islamic State by more than $2 million per day, a study from consultant group IHS said.
Daniel J. Graeber
API: U.S. leverage hurt by oil export ban

API: U.S. leverage hurt by oil export ban

A report on the impacts of crude oil exports reinforces the industry view that trade barriers are curbing U.S. influence, the American Petroleum Institute said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Putin issue respects for Total chairman, de Margerie

Putin issue respects for Total chairman, de Margerie

Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a statement to the French government to offer his condolences over the death of Total chief Christophe de Margerie.
Daniel J. Graeber
Obama broadens stance on same-sex marriage, calls it a Constitutional right

Obama broadens stance on same-sex marriage, calls it a Constitutional right

President Barack Obama has broadened his "evolving" views on same-sex marriage, telling the New Yorker's Jeffrey Toobin that gay couples have a Constitutional right to marry.
Kate Stanton
Metropolitan Opera's 'Death of Klinghoffer' premiere draws protesters

Metropolitan Opera's 'Death of Klinghoffer' premiere draws protesters

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani joined hundreds of protesters Monday outside the Metropolitan Opera, which was staging its opening-night performance of John Adams' "The Death of Klinghoffer."
Kate Stanton
Reports claim Ukraine used cluster bombs in Donetsk city

Reports claim Ukraine used cluster bombs in Donetsk city

A new Human Rights Watch report claims Ukraine has used cluster bombs in parts of Donetsk.
Thor Benson
Hong Kong to begin using ebola questionnaire at airport

Hong Kong to begin using ebola questionnaire at airport

Hong Kong officials have announced they will start using a voluntary ebola questionnaire at their airport.
Thor Benson
Cruise ship carrying Ebola healthcare worker docks in Texas, worker tests negative for deadly virus

Cruise ship carrying Ebola healthcare worker docks in Texas, worker tests negative for deadly virus

The Carnival Cruise carrying a Texas healthcare worker employed at the hospital where Thomas Eric Duncan succumbed to Ebola has docked in Texas.
Matt Bradwell
Wyoming AG: same-sex marriage can begin Tuesday as state declines to appeal ruling

Wyoming AG: same-sex marriage can begin Tuesday as state declines to appeal ruling

Wyoming will welcome same-sex couples to wed Tuesday as the state announces its decline to appeal a federal ruling striking down its ban on gay marriage.
JC Sevcik
Western athletes welcome to race in North Korea's Pyongyang Marathon

Western athletes welcome to race in North Korea's Pyongyang Marathon

For only the second time in over 30 years, runners from Western countries will be welcome to run the in North Korea's Pyongyang Marathon.
Matt Bradwell
Mary Landrieu downplays DC home: 'It's 36 feet wide'

Mary Landrieu downplays DC home: 'It's 36 feet wide'

The Louisiana Senate race may be decided by a matter of feet.
Gabrielle Levy
Suicide bomber kills 67 in Yemen

Suicide bomber kills 67 in Yemen

A suicide car bombing at a Houthi gathering led to dozens of deaths Monday after conflict was reignited between Sunni tribes and Houthi rebels in Yemen.
Juliegrace Brufke
Obama votes early in Illinois during campaign stop in Chicago

Obama votes early in Illinois during campaign stop in Chicago

President Barack Obama cast his ballot in the Nov.4 midterm election Monday in Chicago as early voting opened in Illinois.
Frances Burns
Pair of Japanese ministers resign amid accusations of financial impropriety

Pair of Japanese ministers resign amid accusations of financial impropriety

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is dealing with political fallout, as two top ministers were forced to resign in succession amid accusations of impropriety.
Matt Bradwell
Benghazi suspect pleads 'not guilty' in Washington, D.C. courtroom

Benghazi suspect pleads 'not guilty' in Washington, D.C. courtroom

Ahmed Abu Khatallah pleaded "not guilty" Monday for his role in the 2012 attacks on U.S. facilities in Benghazi, Libya.
JC Finley
Marijuana decriminalized in Philadelphia

Marijuana decriminalized in Philadelphia

A veteran of the U.S. Marines who is now an advocate for marijuana became the first person Monday to get a ticket under Philadelphia's new law.
Frances Burns
No, Banksy hasn't been arrested, nor his identity revealed

No, Banksy hasn't been arrested, nor his identity revealed

Banksy has not been arrested, and his name's not Paul Horner.
Gabrielle Levy
Pistorius' siblings: We stand by our brother

Pistorius' siblings: We stand by our brother

Oscar Pistorius' siblings said they will stand by their brother and don't have any doubts in his account of the night he fatally shot Reeva Steenkamp.
Juliegrace Brufke
Idaho Christian ministers may face jail for refusing to perform same-sex weddings

Idaho Christian ministers may face jail for refusing to perform same-sex weddings

A pair of ministers in Idaho may face up to $1,000 in fines and 6 months in prison for refusing to perform same-sex weddings at their for-profit wedding chapel.
Matt Bradwell
Elk hunt underway in Grand Teton National Park

Elk hunt underway in Grand Teton National Park

Small pockets of Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park were opened to elk hunters on Saturday, as a part of the park's elk reduction plan.
Brooks Hays
Suspect in Hannah Graham case indicted for 2005 Fairfax rape

Suspect in Hannah Graham case indicted for 2005 Fairfax rape

The suspect in the Hannah Graham case, Jesse Matthew, has been indicted on charges related to a 2005 rape in Fairfax.
Aileen Graef
Quadruple car bombings kill 40 in Karbala, Iraq

Quadruple car bombings kill 40 in Karbala, Iraq

A series of deadly attacks targeting Shiites in Iraq on Monday killed 40 people and wounded 84 others.
JC Finley
1,000 people to be screened for Boston Marathon bombing jury

1,000 people to be screened for Boston Marathon bombing jury

As many as 1,000 people could be screened as possible jurors at the trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a judge said Monday.
Frances Burns
Girl killed in drive-by at Kansas City convenience store

Girl killed in drive-by at Kansas City convenience store

A 6-year-old girl who had stopped at a Kansas City convenience store with her father to buy bubble gum was killed in a drive-by shooting.
Frances Burns
South and North Korea exchange gunfire at border ahead of high-level talks

South and North Korea exchange gunfire at border ahead of high-level talks

South and North Korea exchanged gunfire on Sunday, with no reported casualties.
JC Finley
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