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CIA Director John Brennan apologizes for Senate spying

CIA Director John Brennan apologizes for Senate spying

The CIA was forced to apologize Thursday after admitting to spying on the Senate panel investigating its use of torture.
Gabrielle Levy
A Juilliard hopeful tries to find the will to live in 'If I Stay' trailer

A Juilliard hopeful tries to find the will to live in 'If I Stay' trailer

A cello player and Juilliard hopeful finds herself faced with a difficult decision after a car accident leaves her in a coma in the upcoming film "If I Stay."
Aileen Graef
U.S. Judge: Microsoft has to hand over emails stored abroad

U.S. Judge: Microsoft has to hand over emails stored abroad

The U.S. District Court in New York ruled Thursday that Microsoft will have to cooperate with a government warrant for user emails on a server in Ireland.
Ananth Baliga
France evacuates diplomatic staff, expats from Libya

France evacuates diplomatic staff, expats from Libya

France announced Wednesday it has temporarily closed its embassy in Libya due to the deteriorating security situation.
JC Finley
UPI Horse Racing Roundup

UPI Horse Racing Roundup

Del Mar and Saratoga hit full stride in weekend racing as several horses turn in nice comeback efforts from England to California.
Robert Kieckhefer, UPI Racing Writer
NBC's Brian Williams reports on daughter Allison's 'Peter Pan' casting

NBC's Brian Williams reports on daughter Allison's 'Peter Pan' casting

NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams reported on his daughter Allison's casting in the "Peter Pan" live-action performance.
Aileen Graef
Another mosquito pool in Boston tests positive for West Nile

Another mosquito pool in Boston tests positive for West Nile

Health officials in Massachusetts confirmed they've located a second West Nile-infected mosquito pool in Boston.
Brooks Hays
Elle Fanning to star in 'A Storm in the Stars'

Elle Fanning to star in 'A Storm in the Stars'

Elle Fanning has signed on to play Mary Shelley in Haifaa Al-Mansour's upcoming indie film, "A Storm in the Stars."
Veronica Linares
Cubbies clip the Rockies

Cubbies clip the Rockies

Jake Arrieta got back on track by firing seven strong innings and leading the Chicago Cubs to a 3-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies that closed out a four-game series.
Ginsburg: Male justices have 'blind spot' for women's issues

Ginsburg: Male justices have 'blind spot' for women's issues

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg discusses male justices' "blind spot" for women's issues during interview with Katie Couric.
JC Sevcik
Kelly Osbourne faces $50K suit for dog poop-filled apartment

Kelly Osbourne faces $50K suit for dog poop-filled apartment

Kelly Osbourne's former landlord says the singer destroyed walls and hardwood floors, and left dog feces and urine all over his condo when she moved out.
Annie Martin
White Sox down the Tigers

White Sox down the Tigers

Adam Eaton finished 3-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored, as the Chicago White Sox downed the Detroit Tigers, 7-4, in Thursday's rubber match of a three-game series.
Taylor Swift planning 'explosive' MTV Video Music Awards performance

Taylor Swift planning 'explosive' MTV Video Music Awards performance

Taylor Swift has been tapped to perform at the VMAs, which will be held in California in late August.
Veronica Linares
No more mention of race in Swedish legislation

No more mention of race in Swedish legislation

Reference to race will be removed from all legislation in Sweden, the government announced Thursday, saying race is a social construct not applicable in law.
Ed Adamczyk
South Koreans send North Koreans chocolate treats via balloons

South Koreans send North Koreans chocolate treats via balloons

South Korean activists started showing solidarity with North Koreans by sending chocolate goodies attached to to helium balloons.
Aileen Graef
Poll: Russians support actions in Ukraine

Poll: Russians support actions in Ukraine

Russians support their country's tough position on Ukraine, despite the effects of economic sanctions, a Gallup Poll released Thursday indicates.
Ed Adamczyk
Michael Keaton plots comeback in new 'Birdman' trailer

Michael Keaton plots comeback in new 'Birdman' trailer

Michael Keaton stars as Riggan Thompson, a washed-up actor who used to portray superhero Birdman, who plots to make his comeback in a Broadway play.
Annie Martin
Brendan Gleeson shares screen with son Domhnall in 'Calvary'

Brendan Gleeson shares screen with son Domhnall in 'Calvary'

Brendan Gleeson says working with his son Domhnall on John Michael McDonagh's film "Calvary" was difficult due to the nature of their characters' relationship.
Karen Butler
Twitter's transparency report shows increased government requests

Twitter's transparency report shows increased government requests

Twitter's latest transparency report shows that the number of requests for user information, with the most requests coming from the U.S. government.
Ananth Baliga
Drone transporting weed, cigarettes and cell phones crashes outside S.C. prison

Drone transporting weed, cigarettes and cell phones crashes outside S.C. prison

A drone carrying marijuana, tobacco and cell phones was discovered next to the fence of a prison in South Carolina, leading police on a months-long manhunt.
Matt Bradwell
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