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Judge: Same-sex couples can marry in Florida Keys

Judge: Same-sex couples can marry in Florida Keys

Monroe County, which includes the Florida Keys, must begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, a state judge ruled Thursday.
Frances Burns
Miss Delaware ousted for being too old sues pageant

Miss Delaware ousted for being too old sues pageant

Amanda Longacre, who says she was "heartbroken" at being ousted as Miss Delaware for being too old, has filed a lawsuit to get the title back.
Frances Burns
Hong Kong democracy advocates critical of Britain

Hong Kong democracy advocates critical of Britain

Two leading proponents of democracy in Hong Kong were critical of Britain's failure to live up to its responsibilities.
Ed Adamczyk
GOP to announce border bill plan with fraction of WH request

GOP to announce border bill plan with fraction of WH request

Republicans tasked with forming a plan to deal with the humanitarian crisis at the border made it clear they won't give President Obama everything he wants.
Gabrielle Levy
Work to save Pompeii to be accelerated

Work to save Pompeii to be accelerated

Work to safeguard the Pompeii archaeological site will be accelerated, the Italian government promised Thursday.
Ed Adamczyk
Malaysian PM 'shocked' by Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine

Malaysian PM 'shocked' by Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak was "shocked" that Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 had crashed in Ukraine while en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur.
JC Finley
Typhoon heads for China after leaving Philippines

Typhoon heads for China after leaving Philippines

Typhoon Rammasun headed for China Thursday after passing through the Philippines' main island of Luzon.
Ed Adamczyk
Malaysia Airlines crash prompts Ukrainian President Poroshenko to investigate

Malaysia Airlines crash prompts Ukrainian President Poroshenko to investigate

Hours after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disappeared over Ukrainian airspace, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko established an investigative committee.
JC Finley
Elizabeth Warren slams Mitch McConnell again on student loans

Elizabeth Warren slams Mitch McConnell again on student loans

Sen. Elizabeth Warren slammed Sen. Mitch McConnell Wednesday for dismissing student loan relief and suggesting students just go to cheaper schools.
Aileen Graef
Hobby Lobby owners plan to build Bible museum in Washington

Hobby Lobby owners plan to build Bible museum in Washington

The family that owns the Hobby Lobby chain plans to convert the Washington Design Center into a museum of the Bible.
Frances Burns
Russian stock market falls after new sanctions

Russian stock market falls after new sanctions

Moscow's Micex stock index fell Thursday, a reaction to new sanctions imposed against Russia by the United States and the European Union.
Ed Adamczyk

Conn. state trooper pleads guilty to theft from dying motorcyclist

A veteran Connecticut state trooper faces more than a year in prison for stealing money and a gold crucifix from a man fatally injured in a motorcycle crash.
Frances Burns
Report: Malaysia Airlines plane crashed in Ukraine, possibly shot down

Report: Malaysia Airlines plane crashed in Ukraine, possibly shot down

A Malaysia Airlines plane was reported missing in eastern Ukraine Thursday while traveling from Amsterdam, Netherlands, to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Ed Adamczyk
Prosecutor: Judge too lenient with defendant in Detroit beating case

Prosecutor: Judge too lenient with defendant in Detroit beating case

A young man sentenced to six months for joining in the beating of a Detroit motorist does not deserve the break the judge gave him, a prosecutor said Thursday.
Frances Burns
Jon Stewart highlights disparities in Israeli-Gaza conflict

Jon Stewart highlights disparities in Israeli-Gaza conflict

Returning from the Daily Show's summer break Monday, Jon Stewart did a segment on the disparities in the defense systems in Israel and Gaza.
Aileen Graef
Putin denies plans to reopen Russian spy base in Cuba

Putin denies plans to reopen Russian spy base in Cuba

Russian President Vladimir Putin Thursday denied that Russia would reopen an eavesdropping facility in Cuba that has been unused since 2001.
Ed Adamczyk

Fired security guard charged with killing young Philadelphia woman

A fired security guard decided to kill his neighbor in a Philadelphia rooming house because he thought the young woman had money, police said.
Frances Burns
Nigeria's president: $1 billion needed to fight Boko Haram

Nigeria's president: $1 billion needed to fight Boko Haram

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan says he seeks $1 billion in foreign funds to subdue the militant group Boko Haram in his country.
Ed Adamczyk
In response to new sanctions, Putin calls U.S. foreign policy 'unprofessional'

In response to new sanctions, Putin calls U.S. foreign policy 'unprofessional'

In response to new sanctions from the U.S., Russian President Vladimir Putin called American foreign policy "aggressive" and "unprofessional."
JC Finley
Five-hour truce ends in Gaza, Hamas renews shelling

Five-hour truce ends in Gaza, Hamas renews shelling

A five-hour truce between Israel and militants in Gaza ended at the assigned time Thursday, with rockets sailing into Israel, renewing the hostilities.
Ed Adamczyk
Two girls face threats after torturing and killing turtle in Florida

Two girls face threats after torturing and killing turtle in Florida

A household is receiving death threats on Facebook after two girls posted videos of themselves torturing and killing a gopher tortoise -- a threatened species.
Brooks Hays
Woman killed in boat collision in Seattle

Woman killed in boat collision in Seattle

A sailboat and power boat collided in a late-night crash on Lake Washington in Seattle, killing one of the passengers.
Frances Burns

Woman charged with manslaughter for son's overdose death

A Washington State woman was charged with manslaughter more than a year after her son died from an overdose of methamphetamine.
Frances Burns

Police officer killed in crash on New Jersey highway

A local police officer monitoring truck speeds on a New Jersey highway was killed Thursday when a tractor-trailer hit his unmarked car, investigators said.
Frances Burns
Score: Mesut Özil pays for Brazilian children's surgery to thank World Cup host for hospitality

Score: Mesut Özil pays for Brazilian children's surgery to thank World Cup host for hospitality

German midfielder Mesut Özil will "support the surgery" of 23 Brazilian children as a thank you to the host country of the 2014 World Cup.
Evan Bleier
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