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WHO: Ebola outbreak a 'public health emergency'

WHO: Ebola outbreak a 'public health emergency'

The World Health Organization convened its first Emergency Committee meeting in response to the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa.
JC Finley
Brother and sister struck and killed by Chicago train

Brother and sister struck and killed by Chicago train

Brother and sister Berry and Margaret Huddelston were hit and killed by a train Thursday, while crossing the tracks in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood.
Matt Bradwell
U.S. airstrikes underway in Iraq, destroying Islamic State artillery

U.S. airstrikes underway in Iraq, destroying Islamic State artillery

The Pentagon confirmed Friday that the U.S. military has begun "targeted" airstrikes against Islamic State militants in northern Iraq.
JC Finley
Toddler penetrates White House security, delays president's Iraq statement

Toddler penetrates White House security, delays president's Iraq statement

The Secret Service put the White House on lockdown Thursday night, after a toddler accidentally penetrated the security perimeter around the North Lawn.
Matt Bradwell
Ukrainian military shelling hits hospital, killing patient

Ukrainian military shelling hits hospital, killing patient

A Ukrainian artillery shell targeted at a separatist headquarters in Donetsk hit a hospital Thursday, killing one patient and wounding others.
Aileen Graef
Israel, Hamas cease-fire ends as rockets are fired

Israel, Hamas cease-fire ends as rockets are fired

Israel Defense Forces tweets that two rockets were fired from Gaza into southern Israel Friday morning.
Danielle Haynes
Obama announces airstrikes on Iraq

Obama announces airstrikes on Iraq

U.S. President Barack Obama authorizes targeted airstrikes in Iraq as Islamic State takes control.
Danielle Haynes
Someone new leaking U.S. government secrets

Someone new leaking U.S. government secrets

Documents on the United States' Terrorist Screening Database has been released, indicating there's someone new leaking government information.
Danielle Haynes
Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo reunites activist with kidnapped grandson

Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo reunites activist with kidnapped grandson

The leader of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, which reunites kidnapped babies with their biological families, has been reunited with her own grandson.
JC Finley
NATO: 'We stand by Ukraine'

NATO: 'We stand by Ukraine'

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Thursday in Kiev.
JC Finley
Sen. John Walsh drops bid for full term

Sen. John Walsh drops bid for full term

Sen. John Walsh, D-Mont., said Thursday he will not seek a full term because charges that he plagiarized a thesis at the Army War College are a "distraction."
Frances Burns
Philadelphia-area man who allegedly killed wife found dead in NYC

Philadelphia-area man who allegedly killed wife found dead in NYC

A Philadelphia-area man killed his wife Thursday in front of their two sons, took off with the boys and then took his own life in New York City, police said.
Frances Burns
10-year-old busts man trying to record her in Kohl's dressing room

10-year-old busts man trying to record her in Kohl's dressing room

A Southern California man has been arrested after a 10-year-old girl foiled his alleged attempts to record her in a department store dressing room.
Matt Bradwell
Oscar Pistorius trial winding down with closing arguments

Oscar Pistorius trial winding down with closing arguments

The murder trial of Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius entered the closing arguments phase on Thursday and will continue on Friday.
JC Finley
NRA releases video advocating for blind people buying guns, deletes it

NRA releases video advocating for blind people buying guns, deletes it

The National Rifle Association (NRA) found themselves in the hot seat again after releasing a video advocating for blind people having guns.
Aileen Graef
Searchers looking for Jenise Wright find child's body

Searchers looking for Jenise Wright find child's body

Investigators believe a child's body found Thursday in Bremerton, Wash., is 6-year-old Jenise Wright, who disappeared last weekend, a police spokesman said.
Frances Burns
NYC wallet thief busted by victim's mobile banking app

NYC wallet thief busted by victim's mobile banking app

A New York woman victimized by purse theft used her mobile banking app to track the thief's movements before restraining him in a subway station.
Matt Bradwell
Hawaii hit by earthquake as islands wait for 2 hurricanes

Hawaii hit by earthquake as islands wait for 2 hurricanes

A light earthquake rattled Hawaii's Big Island as the state hunkered down Thursday with two hurricanes approaching.
Frances Burns
China releases dissident and human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng from jail

China releases dissident and human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng from jail

Chinese dissident and human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng was released from jail on Thursday after serving three years in prison.
JC Finley
Wine dealer gets 10 years for selling counterfeit varieties

Wine dealer gets 10 years for selling counterfeit varieties

A dealer in rare wines was sentenced to 10 years in a U.S. prison for selling business titans bottles with fake labels and contents he mixed in his kitchen.
Frances Burns
Obama sings 'Fancy' by Iggy Azalea in supercut

Obama sings 'Fancy' by Iggy Azalea in supercut

YouTube user Baracksdubs created a supercut of President Barack Obama singing "Fancy" by Australian hip-hop artist Iggy Azalea.
Aileen Graef

Detroit-area homeowner guilty of killing unarmed woman who knocked on his door

A Detroit-area homeowner faces life in prison after being convicted Thursday of killing a young woman who knocked on his door after a drunken car crash.
Frances Burns
Apple products no longer part of Chinese government

Apple products no longer part of Chinese government

Apple Inc. products were removed from a list of Chinese procurement lists, as accusations between China and the United States over cyber-espionage continue.
Ed Adamczyk
Ukrainian rebels find recruits in Moscow

Ukrainian rebels find recruits in Moscow

A recruiting office to join pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine is in Moscow, although the Russian government continues to deny a role in the conflict.
Ed Adamczyk
Police: Ashes found at closed funeral home include Jonestown victims

Police: Ashes found at closed funeral home include Jonestown victims

The ashes of nine victims of the 1978 Jonestown Massacre were found with other cremated remains in a closed funeral home, police in Delaware said.
Frances Burns
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