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Report blasts Phoenix VA Health Care System

Report blasts Phoenix VA Health Care System

Veterans seeking treatment in the Phoenix VA Health Care System endured "unacceptable and troubling lapses" in their care, a report released Tuesday said.
Frances Burns
Firing range instructor shot by 9-year-old girl dies

Firing range instructor shot by 9-year-old girl dies

A firing range instructor in Arizona is dead after being accidentally shot in the head by a 9-year-old girl firing a fully automatic weapon Monday.
JC Sevcik
People use bucket challenge to bring attention to poverty and conflict

People use bucket challenge to bring attention to poverty and conflict

People around the world have taken a cue from the ALS fundraiser to bring attention to the conflict in Gaza, poverty and a lack of clean water.
Aileen Graef
Dead bodies floating in Burundi lake prompts investigation

Dead bodies floating in Burundi lake prompts investigation

Authorities in Burundi have launched an investigation after recovering seven bodies wrapped in plastic that were floating in Lake Rweru near the Rwandan border.
JC Finley
Craigslist killers plead guilty to thrill murder

Craigslist killers plead guilty to thrill murder

Accused Craigslist killers Miranda and Elytte Barbour pleaded guilty Tuesday to murdering a man for thrills in Pennsylvania last year.
Gabrielle Levy
California man Douglas McCain killed fighting alongside Islamic State in Syria

California man Douglas McCain killed fighting alongside Islamic State in Syria

A 33-year-old American man named Douglas McCain from California allegedly traveled to Syria to fight as a jihadi, where he was killed last weekend.
JC Finley
Doris Lessing leaves books to Zimbabwe library

Doris Lessing leaves books to Zimbabwe library

Nobel Prize-winning author Doris Lessing, who died in November, bequeathed her collection of 3,000 books to the Harare, Zimbabwe, library.
Ed Adamczyk
Gaza open-ended cease-fire begins in Gaza after 50 days of fighting

Gaza open-ended cease-fire begins in Gaza after 50 days of fighting

An indefinite cease-fire between Hamas and Israel went into effect Tuesday after the sides came to an agreement after weeks of halting negotiations.
Gabrielle Levy
Priest accused of sexual abuse loses immunity

Priest accused of sexual abuse loses immunity

Former Archbishop Jozef Wesolowski, a former Vatican diplomat accused of child sexual abuse, has lost his diplomatic immunity.
Ed Adamczyk

Oregon lake searched for relatives of drowned boy

A 3-year-old boy drowned in an Oregon lake, and police searched Tuesday for his missing family.
Frances Burns
French President Hollande announces new cabinet 24 hours after dissolving government

French President Hollande announces new cabinet 24 hours after dissolving government

French President Francois Hollande announced a new cabinet Tuesday, a day after dissolving the government following ministerial criticism of his leadership.
JC Finley
Teen gets up to 15 years for crash that killed his friends

Teen gets up to 15 years for crash that killed his friends

A New York City teenager said he hates himself for the crash that killed four of his friends as he was sentenced Tuesday to five to 15 years.
Frances Burns
Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant owner liable in suicide, court says

Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant owner liable in suicide, court says

A Fukushima, Japan, court ruled Tuesday a power plant owner is liable for a woman's suicide, prompted by the 2011 nuclear plant meltdown.
Ed Adamczyk
Fight over passenger's Knee Defender led to emergency landing

Fight over passenger's Knee Defender led to emergency landing

A United Airlines plane made an emergency landing in Chicago after two passengers fought over a device used to block reclining seats, officials said.
Frances Burns
Special prosecutor appointed for Ohio Walmart shooting

Special prosecutor appointed for Ohio Walmart shooting

A veteran Cincinnati prosecutor was named Tuesday to investigate the death of a man shot by police as he held a BB gun in a Walmart.
Frances Burns
Aftershocks rattle Napa County

Aftershocks rattle Napa County

At least four aftershocks rattled Napa County in California early Tuesday, in the area hit by a 6.0-magnitude earthquake two days ago.
Frances Burns
Deadly 45-hour standoff at Brazilian prison ends

Deadly 45-hour standoff at Brazilian prison ends

A deadly 45-hour prison riot in the southern Brazilian city of Cascavel has ended after an agreement was reached Tuesday.
JC Finley
Central African Republic forms new transitional government

Central African Republic forms new transitional government

Shortly after his appointment as Central African Republic's acting prime minister, Kamoun Mahamat, announced the establishment of a new transitional government.
JC Finley
Police: Former deputy with ALS killed wife, sister-in-law

Police: Former deputy with ALS killed wife, sister-in-law

A woman called 911 to report that her brother-in-law, a former sheriff's deputy with ALS, had shot her and her his wife.
Frances Burns
NATO plans new bases in Eastern Europe

NATO plans new bases in Eastern Europe

The head of NATO said new bases in Eastern Europe will be built to counter potential conflict with Russia.
Ed Adamczyk
Lightning kills police dog in Florida

Lightning kills police dog in Florida

A K-9 dog working with the Panama City Beach police department was killed when lightning struck his kennel.
Frances Burns
Man from New Jersey missing in Israel

Man from New Jersey missing in Israel

Israeli police are searching for 23-year-old American Aaron Sofer from Lakewood, New Jersey, who disappeared while on a hike in the Jerusalem Forest.
JC Finley
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
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