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BRICS nations start development bank

BRICS nations start development bank

Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa announced the start of a development bank at their Fortaleza, Brazil, summit.
Ed Adamczyk
Israel warns Gaza residents of further airstrikes

Israel warns Gaza residents of further airstrikes

Israel warned 100,000 Gaza residents to abandon their neighborhoods Wednesday after a night of airstrikes against the homes and offices of Hamas leaders.
Ed Adamczyk
Experts: U.S. copyright law needs renewal

Experts: U.S. copyright law needs renewal

Experts discussed the merits of copyright length and resale royalties in a hearing Tuesday as part of an ongoing series discussing copyright law in the United States.
Curtis Sprung, Medill News Service
Jon Stewart presses Hillary Clinton for presidential declaration

Jon Stewart presses Hillary Clinton for presidential declaration

Political news satirist Jon Stewart had Hillary Clinton on his show and did everything possible to get her to declare a 2016 presidential run.
Aileen Graef
Fate of Missouri man in limbo as judge reinstates execution stay

Fate of Missouri man in limbo as judge reinstates execution stay

The execution of murderer John C. Middleton, scheduled for just past midnight Wednesday morning, has been stayed by U.S. District Judge Catherine Perry.
Brooks Hays
Researchers warn California groundwater could dry up without proper management

Researchers warn California groundwater could dry up without proper management

California is treating groundwater like an unlimited resource. This could spell disaster in the future if supplies dry out and the drought continues.
Laura Bradley, Medill News Service
Two metro workers detained in deadly Moscow subway accident

Two metro workers detained in deadly Moscow subway accident

Two men have been detained as authorities inquire into the cause of the Moscow subway derailment disaster that killed 21 people and injured 162.
Brooks Hays
Texas mortuary moves, leaves behind eight dead bodies

Texas mortuary moves, leaves behind eight dead bodies

The Johnson Family Mortuary in Fort Worth left behind eight dead bodies in a vacant building after a "misunderstanding" with the property owner.
Evan Bleier
Man wearing Captain America shirt breaks into Kennedy compound

Man wearing Captain America shirt breaks into Kennedy compound

James Lacroix, 53, arrested for allegedly breaking into the Kennedy compound because he was "looking for Katy Perry."
Evan Bleier
As Iran nuclear deadline nears, Zarif suggests extension

As Iran nuclear deadline nears, Zarif suggests extension

With the July 20 deadline days away, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif suggested Tuesday that "more time may help."
JC Finley
Hardline Hindu leader Giriraj Kishore dies at 94

Hardline Hindu leader Giriraj Kishore dies at 94

Hardline Hindu leader Giriraj Kishore died Sunday evening in Delhi. He was 94 years old.
JC Finley
Dick Cheney calls Obama 'the worst president of my lifetime'

Dick Cheney calls Obama 'the worst president of my lifetime'

Dick Cheney is again taking to the media to blast the Obama administration, calling President Obama the worst U.S. president in his lifetime.
Matt Bradwell
Mother arrested for letting her child play alone in the park while she worked

Mother arrested for letting her child play alone in the park while she worked

A South Carolina mom was arrested, jailed, and has lost custody after allowing her daughter to play in a park alone while she worked her shift at McDonald's.
JC Sevcik
Child migrants should be 'welcomed and protected,' says Pope Francis

Child migrants should be 'welcomed and protected,' says Pope Francis

Pope Francis submitted a letter regarding child migration to the Mexico/Holy See Colloquium on Migration and Development on Monday.
JC Finley
Mosquitoes in NYC test positive for West Nile Virus

Mosquitoes in NYC test positive for West Nile Virus

Mosquitoes collected from Queens and Staten Island tested positive The West Nile Virus, marking the first 2014 citing of the virus in America's largest city.
Matt Bradwell
Deadly fire in Lowell, Mass., blamed on electrical problem

Deadly fire in Lowell, Mass., blamed on electrical problem

Investigators said that a fire that killed seven people in a Lowell, Mass., apartment building started accidentally from an electrical problem.
Frances Burns
House passes $11b fix for Highway Trust Fund

House passes $11b fix for Highway Trust Fund

The House passed a critical funding bill Tuesday to maintain transportation funding through the rest of the fiscal year by a comfortable 367-55 vote margin.
Gabrielle Levy
Second suspect charged in stray bullet killing of girl

Second suspect charged in stray bullet killing of girl

Two young men have now been charged with killing Genesis Rincon, a 12-year-old girl hit by a stray bullet as she rode a scooter in Paterson, N.J.
Frances Burns
House will slash IRS budget over Lois Lerner targeting scandal

House will slash IRS budget over Lois Lerner targeting scandal

The House approved a $1.1 billion cut to the IRS, cheered by Republicans as retribution for alleged targeting scandal.
Gabrielle Levy
San Diego votes to raise minimum wage to $11.50

San Diego votes to raise minimum wage to $11.50

The city of San Diego has tentatively approved an bill to raise the city's minimum wage to $11.50 by 2017 and offer workers a chance to earn paid sick leave.
Matt Bradwell

Couple dead in western Pennsylvania house explosion

An early morning explosion reduced a house in western Pennsylvania to rubble Tuesday, killing the elderly couple who lived there.
Frances Burns
Ebola emergency ministerial meeting yields action plan

Ebola emergency ministerial meeting yields action plan

Following an Emergency Ministerial meeting in Accra concerning the Ebola outbreak in western Africa, the World Health Organization has announced an action plan.
JC Finley
UC Davis: Drought in California expected to cost $2.2 billion

UC Davis: Drought in California expected to cost $2.2 billion

An University of California, Davis, report suggests California's drought could cause $2.2 billion in economic losses and affect ground water levels.
Ananth Baliga
Supporters of breaking up California deliver petitions for referendum

Supporters of breaking up California deliver petitions for referendum

Venture capitalist Tim Draper said California could become "six great states" as he delivered petitions Tuesday for a referendum on a break-up.
Frances Burns
Previously unknown work of painter Modigliani discovered

Previously unknown work of painter Modigliani discovered

A previously undiscovered work by the Italian painter Amedeo Modigliani was acquired by an Andorran art auction house, it said in a statement.
Ed Adamczyk
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