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Philippines seeks transport aircraft

Philippines seeks transport aircraft

The U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency has notified Congress the Philippines is seeking to acquire C-130T aircraft from the U.S. in a $61 million deal.
Richard Tomkins
Uma Thurman, Bradley Cooper to star in 'Adam Jones'

Uma Thurman, Bradley Cooper to star in 'Adam Jones'

Uma Thurman has joined the cast of "Adam Jones," which stars Bradley Cooper as a chef hoping to land his own kitchen.
Annie Martin
Accused hospital shooter had history of psychiatric commitments

Accused hospital shooter had history of psychiatric commitments

The gunman who shot a caseworker at a suburban Philadelphia hospital had a history of drug arrests and suicide attempts, police said.
Frances Burns
Open-and-shut case: Police easily bust bank robber wearing shirt with his name on it

Open-and-shut case: Police easily bust bank robber wearing shirt with his name on it

Colorado man John David Martinez was booked into Denver jail on robbery charges after allegedly robbing a bank while wearing a shirt with his name on it.
Evan Bleier
Washington man survives wildfire by running into it

Washington man survives wildfire by running into it

Washington man Mark Nelson was able to survive a wildfire in Brewster by running right at it.
Evan Bleier
Gisele Bundchen stars in Sonia Rykiel's fall campaign ads

Gisele Bundchen stars in Sonia Rykiel's fall campaign ads

Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen posed with a bare face for the fall collection ads of Parisian label Sonia Rykiel.
Veronica Linares
Shemar Moore to return to soap roots on 'Y&R'

Shemar Moore to return to soap roots on 'Y&R'

"The Young and the Restless" alum Shemar Moore is to return to the daytime soap opera for the first time in nearly a decade for a two-day guest appearance.
Karen Butler
U.S. reveals worldwide visa and passport database has crashed

U.S. reveals worldwide visa and passport database has crashed

The State Department acknowledged Thursday the Consular Consolidated Database, responsible for issuing passports and visas, "is operating at limited capacity."
JC Finley
Morgan Freeman, Jimmy Fallon talk on helium

Morgan Freeman, Jimmy Fallon talk on helium

Morgan Freeman and Jimmy Fallon had a "very undignified" interview on helium Thursday on "The Tonight Show."
Annie Martin
Vivica A. Fox says she was missing sci-fi when 'Sharknado 2' came along

Vivica A. Fox says she was missing sci-fi when 'Sharknado 2' came along

Actress Vivica A. Fox says she felt a big responsibility to the "Sharknado" fan base when she signed up to co-star in its sequel.
Karen Butler
Amazon Q2 losses widen, send share price tumbling

Amazon Q2 losses widen, send share price tumbling

Amazon reported Friday a second-quarter loss that was double analysts' expectations, as the company uses capital to fund big expansions plans.
Ananth Baliga
Unmanned cargo-carrying helo returns to U.S. from Afghanistan

Unmanned cargo-carrying helo returns to U.S. from Afghanistan

K-MAX, the unmanned cargo aircraft of Lockheed Martin and Kaman Aerospace, has returned to the United States following extended deployment to Afghanistan.
Richard Tomkins
Woman in lingerie tries to run over police in department store parking lot

Woman in lingerie tries to run over police in department store parking lot

Police in Florida say a woman dressed only in lingerie tried to run them over when they requested she not sleep in her car in a public parking lot.
Matt Bradwell
15 killed in Afghanistan bus attack

15 killed in Afghanistan bus attack

Fifteen bus travelers in Afghanistan were killed Friday by suspected Taliban gunmen who stopped their convoy in Ghor province and shot them to death.
Ed Adamczyk
Future oil spills likely to cross borders, study says

Future oil spills likely to cross borders, study says

Arctic oil spills in Canada's western Arctic region would spread quickly and impact Alaska and even Russia, a study funded by the World Wildlife Fund says.
Ed Adamczyk
OSCE: MH17 debris show evidence of damage from shrapnel

OSCE: MH17 debris show evidence of damage from shrapnel

Investigators from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) reported findings of shrapnel-like holes in the fuselage debris of MH17.
Aileen Graef
Shipping lanes intersect feeding waters of blue whales

Shipping lanes intersect feeding waters of blue whales

A new study suggests ocean shipping lanes off the West Coast pass directly through the heart of feeding waters preferred by blue whales.
Brooks Hays
Washington Post reporter among 4 journalists detained in Tehran

Washington Post reporter among 4 journalists detained in Tehran

Four journalists, including three Americans, have reportedly been detained by Iranian authorities for unknown reasons.
JC Finley
Georgina Haig stars as Elsa in 'Once Upon a Time' official photo

Georgina Haig stars as Elsa in 'Once Upon a Time' official photo

"Once Upon a Time" teased the first look at Georgina Haig as Queen Elsa from "Frozen" ahead of the fourth season premiere in September.
Annie Martin
Man accused of calling in phony murder to avoid ticket during traffic stop

Man accused of calling in phony murder to avoid ticket during traffic stop

Julius Lupowitz is facing a third-degree felony charge after he allegedly called in a phony murder to avoid a speeding ticket during a traffic stop.
Evan Bleier
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