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Descendants of Aunt Jemima suing Quaker Oats for billions

Descendants of Aunt Jemima suing Quaker Oats for billions

A federal lawsuit filed by self-proclaimed descendants of Aunt Jemima are owed billions of dollars by Quaker Oats.
Heather Records

New York woman suing federal government over fake Facebook profile

An Albany, N.Y., woman is suing the DEA for creating a fake Facebook profile using her information and pictures.
Heather Records
FBI seeking information on American who appeared in Islamic State video

FBI seeking information on American who appeared in Islamic State video

The FBI is looking for information about a masked man -- believed to be American -- who appeared in a pro-Islamic State video.
Heather Records
NYPD officers caught beating teen may face criminal charges

NYPD officers caught beating teen may face criminal charges

Two NYPD officers caught on video beating and pistol whipping a Brooklyn teenager have been suspended from regular duty and may face criminal charges.
JC Sevcik
Columbus Day now Indigenous Peoples' Day in Seattle

Columbus Day now Indigenous Peoples' Day in Seattle

While the rest of the country is celebrating Columbus Day on Monday, Seattle will be holding its first Indigenous Peoples' Day.
Frances Burns
North Korea readying for war, says Seoul

North Korea readying for war, says Seoul

North Korea has set its sights on unification and is readying for war, South Korea's Ministry of Defense informed the National Assembly on Tuesday.
JC Finley
Federal courts strike down same-sex marriage ban in Nevada, Idaho

Federal courts strike down same-sex marriage ban in Nevada, Idaho

One day after a Supreme Court decision lifted same-sex marriage bans in five states, another federal circuit court has struck down bans in two states.
Gabrielle Levy
Roman Catholic cardinals to discuss Iraq, Syria crises at Oct. 20 gathering

Roman Catholic cardinals to discuss Iraq, Syria crises at Oct. 20 gathering

The Vatican announced Tuesday that a formal meeting of the College of Cardinals will convene on Oct. 20 to discuss, in part, the crises in Iraq and Syria.
JC Finley
Republicans got big cash infusion for Senate races in Sept.

Republicans got big cash infusion for Senate races in Sept.

The Republican National Senatorial Committee still has a smaller war chest than its Democratic counterpart, in spite of a huge pickup in September.
Frances Burns
6.0-magnitude earthquake rattles southwest China

6.0-magnitude earthquake rattles southwest China

A strong earthquake struck southwestern China on Tuesday evening.
JC Finley
Bald eagle found injured in Virginia dies

Bald eagle found injured in Virginia dies

An injured bald eagle rescued by a paddler on the bank of a Virginia river last week has died.
Gabrielle Levy
Baltimore releases plan to curb police brutality

Baltimore releases plan to curb police brutality

A plan to curb police brutality in Baltimore includes beefing up the internal affairs department and speeding up the firing of rogue cops, city leaders said.
Frances Burns
Jimmy Kimmel asks Americans 'Who is Joe Biden?', country cringes

Jimmy Kimmel asks Americans 'Who is Joe Biden?', country cringes

Jimmy Kimmel hit the streets of Hollywood to ask Americans "Who is Joe Biden?" resulting in varying and inaccurate answers.
Aileen Graef
FBI Director Comey: Chinese hackers like 'drunk burglars'

FBI Director Comey: Chinese hackers like 'drunk burglars'

FBI Director James Comey said that Chinese hackers may be the largest cyber threat to the U.S. economy, but they're not particularly sophisticated about it.
Gabrielle Levy
Australian government's counter-terrorism laws under fire by civil rights proponents

Australian government's counter-terrorism laws under fire by civil rights proponents

Australian government has responded to the threat of Islamic State extremism by significantly expanding the authorities of its national intelligence agencies.
JC Finley
Twitter sues FBI and DOJ to declassify transparency reports

Twitter sues FBI and DOJ to declassify transparency reports

Twitter is suing the FBI and DOJ to declassify transparency reports, which prevent the company from responding to user concerns about privacy.
Matt Bradwell
Mitt Romney says he is not a presidential candidate for 2016

Mitt Romney says he is not a presidential candidate for 2016

Mitt Romney says one thing he has no plans to do is run for the Republican nomination for president in 2016.
Frances Burns
Lois Lerner tried to barge into her neighbor's house to avoid interview

Lois Lerner tried to barge into her neighbor's house to avoid interview

Conservative media lit up Tuesday with a video of former IRS official Lois Lerner trying to evade a blogger's camera as she walked her dog.
Gabrielle Levy
U.S. population grows by smallest amount since 1937

U.S. population grows by smallest amount since 1937

The U.S. population grew by only .71 percent in the year ending July 1, the slowest rate since 1937 during the Depression, the Census Bureau says.
Frances Burns
Queen Elizabeth worried about staff bringing home online dates

Queen Elizabeth worried about staff bringing home online dates

Queen Elizabeth is worried Buckingham Palace's security after she was informed that her staff members have a tendency to bring home online dates.
Aileen Graef
Walmart cuts healthcare for part-time employees, 26,000 to lose benefits

Walmart cuts healthcare for part-time employees, 26,000 to lose benefits

Walmart confirmed it will no longer provide health benefits for part-time employees and will raise monthly costs for employees who remain eligible.
Matt Bradwell
British police arrest four men in London on terror charges

British police arrest four men in London on terror charges

London's Metropolitan Police arrested four men on terror charges Tuesday.
JC Finley
Police officer gives mom new carseat instead of ticket

Police officer gives mom new carseat instead of ticket

A Michigan public safety officer pulled over a mom for driving her child without a car seat, but bought her a new one instead of giving her a ticket.
Gabrielle Levy
Dutch begin airstrikes against Islamic State in Iraq

Dutch begin airstrikes against Islamic State in Iraq

The Netherlands began its initial airstrikes targeting the Islamic State in Iraq on Tuesday.
JC Finley
Ryanair planes collide at Dublin Airport

Ryanair planes collide at Dublin Airport

Two Ryanair jets collided on the tarmac at Dublin Airport Tuesday morning, as a "winglet" from one plane became lodged in the tail of the other.
Gabrielle Levy
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