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U.N. accuses Islamic State of ethnic cleansing

U.N. accuses Islamic State of ethnic cleansing

The Islamic State executed as many as 670 prisoners in Mosul, Iraq's Badoush prison, the United Nations said Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk
4 college students dead in small plane crash in Ohio

4 college students dead in small plane crash in Ohio

Four students from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland were killed in the crash of a small plane near a suburban airport.
Frances Burns
U.N. helicopter crashes in South Sudan; 3 dead, 1 survivor

U.N. helicopter crashes in South Sudan; 3 dead, 1 survivor

The United Nations confirmed Tuesday that a peacekeeping mission helicopter crashed in South Sudan, killing three crew members aboard. One crew member survived.
JC Finley
Hurricane Cristobal kills 5 in Caribbean

Hurricane Cristobal kills 5 in Caribbean

Cristobal strengthened into a hurricane Monday, sweeping through Caribbean and leaving at least five dead.
Gabrielle Levy
Indiana sinkhole threatens to swallow three cities

Indiana sinkhole threatens to swallow three cities

Now 40 feet wide and 30 feet deep, an Indiana sinkhole is threatening portions of three separate municipalities in the area.
Brooks Hays
Islamic State demands $6.6M for female American humanitarian worker

Islamic State demands $6.6M for female American humanitarian worker

Islamic State militants holding a young American aid worker captive are demanding a $6.6 million ransom and the release of Aafia Siddiqui for her return.
JC Finley
Israeli airstrikes topple Gaza high-rises

Israeli airstrikes topple Gaza high-rises

Israel has recently ramped up their airstrikes Tuesday resulting in the destruction of high-rises containing homes and shopping centers in Gaza.
Aileen Graef
WHO calls for partial e-cigarette ban

WHO calls for partial e-cigarette ban

The World Health Organization called for a ban on indoor use of e-cigarettes in a report released Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk
Obama authorizes surveillance over Syria, as U.S. weighs military options

Obama authorizes surveillance over Syria, as U.S. weighs military options

U.S. President Barack Obama has authorized aerial surveillance over Syria as he weighs possible airstrikes against Sunni extremists in the embattled country.
JC Finley
Hamas official: Extended cease-fire deal

Hamas official: Extended cease-fire deal

A Hamas official said Tuesday his organization and Israel had come to an agreement on a long-term truce to end the fighting in Gaza.
Gabrielle Levy
LISTEN: Ferguson audio reveals gap in gunshots

LISTEN: Ferguson audio reveals gap in gunshots

New audio may reveal a gap in the gunshots fired by Darren Wilson at Michael Brown, providing some insight into the sequence of events on August 9 in Ferguson.
Gabrielle Levy
Former FBI director Louis Freeh injured in car accident

Former FBI director Louis Freeh injured in car accident

Former FBI director Louis Freeh was hospitalized Monday following a car crash in Vermont.
Gabrielle Levy
Foley execution may show two executioners, experts ID account used to post video

Foley execution may show two executioners, experts ID account used to post video

Media reports have focused on "Jihadi John," a British-born rapper, as James Foley's executioner, but another jihadist may have carried out the deed.
Gabrielle Levy
Russians claim soldiers crossed Ukraine border 'by accident'

Russians claim soldiers crossed Ukraine border 'by accident'

Russian soldiers captured in Ukrainian territory say they ended up on the wrong side of the border by complete mistake.
Gabrielle Levy
Soldier who prompted Fort Lee lockdown dies from self-inflicted gunshot

Soldier who prompted Fort Lee lockdown dies from self-inflicted gunshot

The U.S. Army soldier whose "irate actions" at Fort Lee on Monday prompted a lockdown died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, military officials confirmed.
JC Finley
New round of Israeli airstrikes kill 8 in Gaza amid rumors of a possible ceasefire

New round of Israeli airstrikes kill 8 in Gaza amid rumors of a possible ceasefire

A new round of Israeli airstrikes killed at least eight people in Gaza Monday amid rumors of a possible ceasefire agreement.
JC Finley
Rep. Scott DesJarlais wins primary by 38 votes

Rep. Scott DesJarlais wins primary by 38 votes

U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais of Tennessee squeaked through the Republican primary when his opponent, trailing by 38 votes, conceded Monday.
Frances Burns
Prisoner dies at Rikers after being denied medical care

Prisoner dies at Rikers after being denied medical care

A lawsuit against the Department of Corrections and Corizon Health says a diabetic man died in Rikers prison after allegedly being denied medical treatment.
Aileen Graef
Rick Perry Super PAC selling mugshot t-shirts

Rick Perry Super PAC selling mugshot t-shirts

Texas Gov. Rick Perry's Super PAC is trying to turn his indictment into cash by selling t-shirts with his mugshot for $25 each.
Frances Burns
Ukrainian President dissolves Parliament, announces early elections

Ukrainian President dissolves Parliament, announces early elections

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced Monday the dissolution of the Parliament amid political deadlock and early elections to be held in October.
JC Finley
Egyptian Feminist menstruates, defecates on IS flag

Egyptian Feminist menstruates, defecates on IS flag

An Egyptian feminist posted a photo of herself and another woman desecrating an IS flag in apparent protest of the group's recent advances in Iraq and Syria.
JC Sevcik
Great white shark sighting closes Massachusetts beach

Great white shark sighting closes Massachusetts beach

In a scene out of the movie "Jaws," a Massachusetts beach was closed to swimming Monday afternoon when a great white shark was sighted.
Frances Burns
U.K. Embassy apologizes for 'burning the White House' tweet

U.K. Embassy apologizes for 'burning the White House' tweet

The U.K. Embassy in the United States apologized Sunday after sending a tweet referencing the burning of the White House during the War of 1812.
Aileen Graef
Alabama couple charged with trying to impregnate 14-year-old relative

Alabama couple charged with trying to impregnate 14-year-old relative

An Alabama couple have been charged with forcing a teenage relative into sex so she could bear a child for them.
Frances Burns
U.S. submarine visits Japan to promote reassurance

U.S. submarine visits Japan to promote reassurance

A fast-attack U.S. nuclear submarine, which generally does its job covertly, is docked in Yokosuka, Japan, this week as a show of reassurance to allies.
Ed Adamczyk
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