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Couple allegedly used kidnapped Amish girls for child porn

Couple allegedly used kidnapped Amish girls for child porn

A couple accused of kidnapping two Amish sisters from their family's roadside stand in New York State used them for child pornography, federal prosecutors said.
Frances Burns
Sierra Leone under 3-day national lockdown to curb Ebola

Sierra Leone under 3-day national lockdown to curb Ebola

Desperate to halt the spread of Ebola, Sierra Leone has instituted a three-day nationwide "lockdown" that some health officials worry could worsen the epidemic.
Gabrielle Levy
Nazi death camp gas chambers discovered

Nazi death camp gas chambers discovered

Archeologists have found the location of the gas chambers at Sobibor, a World War II death camp in occupied Poland.
Ed Adamczyk
Catalonia and Spain closely watch Scotland's independence referendum

Catalonia and Spain closely watch Scotland's independence referendum

As the world watches Scotland's independence referendum, perhaps nowhere outside the U.K. has more at stake in the results than the Catalonia region of Spain.
Matt Bradwell
Jon Stewart criticizes NFL for actions against Adrian Peterson

Jon Stewart criticizes NFL for actions against Adrian Peterson

Jon Stewart continued to mock the NFL's "bastion of personal responsibility" for its punishment of Adrian Peterson for the alleged abuse of his son.
Aileen Graef
A new Scottish currency? Try Canadian Tire money

A new Scottish currency? Try Canadian Tire money

If Scotland becomes an independent country Thursday, it will need a distinct new currency, and Canadian Tire money has been suggested.
Ed Adamczyk
Californians' fire consciousness has kept fire season from being worse

Californians' fire consciousness has kept fire season from being worse

Californians have learned to be careful after three years of drought, keeping this year's busy wildfire season from being even worse, an expert said.
Frances Burns
Islamic State captures 16 Kurdish towns

Islamic State captures 16 Kurdish towns

Islamic State forces captured 16 Kurdish villages in northern Syria, in the Kobani region near the border of Turkey, Thursday.
Ed Adamczyk
Ferguson cop testifies before grand jury about Michael Brown shooting

Ferguson cop testifies before grand jury about Michael Brown shooting

The Ferguson police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown testified before a grand jury for nearly four hours Tuesday.
Gabrielle Levy
Newlyweds who admitted thrill killing get life sentences in Pennsylvania

Newlyweds who admitted thrill killing get life sentences in Pennsylvania

The young newlyweds who lured a Pennsylvania man with an ad on Craigslist and then killed him were sentenced Thursday to life in prison.
Frances Burns
Rebel rocket attack kills 10 in Ukraine

Rebel rocket attack kills 10 in Ukraine

Despite a ceasefire, 10 civilians were killed when pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine fired rockets into the village of Nyzhnya Krynka, near Donestsk.
Ed Adamczyk
Court reverses convictions of New York men in 1992 kidnapping

Court reverses convictions of New York men in 1992 kidnapping

Prosecutors were involved in "burying" information that would have undercut their case against two men convicted of kidnapping a teenager in 1992, a New York appeals court said.
Frances Burns
2 skeletons discovered holding hands after 700 years

2 skeletons discovered holding hands after 700 years

Two skeletons were found holding hands after being excavated from a lost chapel in the small English village of Hallaton.
Aileen Graef
Air Force: 'So help me God' is optional in enlistment oath

Air Force: 'So help me God' is optional in enlistment oath

Men and women enlisting in the U.S. Air Force no longer have to use "so help me God" in the oath they swear.
Frances Burns
China blocks CNN, BBC over reports on hacking group

China blocks CNN, BBC over reports on hacking group

Authorities in China have blocked broadcasts from the BBC and CNN over reports of a military-run group of hackers inside a Shanghai compound.
Gabrielle Levy
U.N.: Syrian food program needs more funding

U.N.: Syrian food program needs more funding

The United Nations' World Food Program said Thursday additional funding is needed to keep food rations for over six million Syrians from being cut.
Ed Adamczyk
Poland's Komorowski wants U.N to block Russian influence

Poland's Komorowski wants U.N to block Russian influence

Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski called for a rule change Thursday in the United Nations Security Council to override Russian vetoes.
Ed Adamczyk
Washington rewrites gun laws to allow some concealed carry

Washington rewrites gun laws to allow some concealed carry

Washington residents would have to show a need to carry a concealed weapon under a proposed rewrite of the city's strict gun laws to meet a judge's order.
Frances Burns
Ukraine's President Poroshenko addresses joint session of U.S. Congress

Ukraine's President Poroshenko addresses joint session of U.S. Congress

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko arrived in Washington Thursday, where he delivered an address to a joint session of Congress and asked for lethal aid.
JC Finley
Teenagers could decide the fate of Scotland

Teenagers could decide the fate of Scotland

Scotland's freedom referendum has implications for the world economy, global security and the future of Europe's monarchies -- and it may be decided by teens.
Matt Bradwell
Syria continues air attacks in Damascus suburbs

Syria continues air attacks in Damascus suburbs

Syrian warplanes continued their week-long attack on rebel positions near the capital of Damascus, concentrating on the rebel-held city of Douma.
Ed Adamczyk
Pregnant woman chases thief, then gives birth

Pregnant woman chases thief, then gives birth

A pregnant woman denied a would-be purse-snatcher his prize in Michigan, chasing after him until help came.
Gabrielle Levy
India, China sign trade deals

India, China sign trade deals

Leaders of the world's two most populous countries, China and India, have signed 14 agreements thus far in their summit meeting in New Delhi.
Ed Adamczyk
Twitter detectives track down alleged attackers of gay couple

Twitter detectives track down alleged attackers of gay couple

The group who allegedly attacked two gay men in Philadelphia are graduates of a Catholic high school in the suburbs who were on a night out, police said.
Frances Burns
Ukraine's parliamentary speaker calls for bolstering armed forces

Ukraine's parliamentary speaker calls for bolstering armed forces

In the face of continuing Russian aggression toward Ukraine, parliamentary speaker Oleksandr Turchynov called for the strengthening of Ukraine's armed forces.
JC Finley
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