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White House notified Syria but did not coordinate Islamic State airstrikes

White House notified Syria but did not coordinate Islamic State airstrikes

A senior White House official confirmed that the Syrian government was notified in advance of overnight airstrikes targeting Islamic State elements in Syria.
JC Finley
Fired UPS employee shoots 2, self at Birmingham facility

Fired UPS employee shoots 2, self at Birmingham facility

A gunman opened fire at a Birmingham, Ala., UPS facility, Tuesday, killing two employees before apparently turning the gun on himself.
Gabrielle Levy
Teenage bystander killed near her Philadelphia charter school

Teenage bystander killed near her Philadelphia charter school

A 15-year-old bystander was gunned down near her Philadelphia charter school when a fight between teenagers turned violent.
Frances Burns
Bin Laden's son-in-law sentenced to life in prison

Bin Laden's son-in-law sentenced to life in prison

Osama bin Laden's son-in-law Sulaiman Abu Ghaith was sentenced to life in prison for conspiring to kill Americans and providing material support to terrorists.
Aileen Graef
India's satellite approaches Mars

India's satellite approaches Mars

India's mission to Mars is nearing completion, with its satellite, launched 300 days ago, poised to go into orbit around Mars Wednesday.
Ed Adamczyk
CDC: Ebola outbreak could reach 1.4M by 2015

CDC: Ebola outbreak could reach 1.4M by 2015

The CDC released an initial report Tuesday that estimates the Ebola outbreak could infect up to 1.5 million people in Liberia and Sierra Leone by early 2015.
JC Finley
Federal prison population down by 4,800 in a year

Federal prison population down by 4,800 in a year

The number of inmates in federal prisons dropped by almost 5,000 in the past year, the first decline since 1980, the U.S. Justice Department announced Tuesday.
Frances Burns
Sarah Palin defends family's involvement in drunken party brawl

Sarah Palin defends family's involvement in drunken party brawl

Former Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin has broken her silence about the widely-reported drunken brawl her family was in, saying she was so "proud" of her children.
Aileen Graef
Obama on airstrikes in Syria: 'We're gonna do what's necessary to take the fight to this terrorist group'

Obama on airstrikes in Syria: 'We're gonna do what's necessary to take the fight to this terrorist group'

U.S. President Barack Obama spoke Tuesday, hours after the U.S. began coalition airstrikes against Islamic State targets inside Syria.
JC Finley
Wesleyan requires frats to go co-ed in 3 years

Wesleyan requires frats to go co-ed in 3 years

Wesleyan will require all of its residential fraternities to allow both male and female members in the next three years or risk getting booted off campus.
Gabrielle Levy
Ukraine rebels pull back after weekend negotiations

Ukraine rebels pull back after weekend negotiations

Pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine said Tuesday they have begun removing heavy artillery from the front lines of their conflict with the Ukrainian military.
Ed Adamczyk
Syria claims advance notification of U.S. airstrikes

Syria claims advance notification of U.S. airstrikes

Syria's Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement Tuesday claiming it had been given advance warning by the U.S. that the airstrikes would be launched.
JC Finley
WHO expects 20,000 Ebola cases within six weeks

WHO expects 20,000 Ebola cases within six weeks

Ebola cases in West Africa could reach 20,000 by early November unless infection control protocols are put in place, a report released Tuesday warned.
Ed Adamczyk
Florida Department of Corrections fires 32 guards involved in inmate abuse

Florida Department of Corrections fires 32 guards involved in inmate abuse

The Florida Department of Corrections fired 32 prison guards last week, removing staff accused a criminal wrongdoing or misconduct from four state prisons.
Gabrielle Levy
Amnesty International: China exports torture tools

Amnesty International: China exports torture tools

An Amnesty International report released Tuesday claimed Chinese companies export equipment used in torture used in human rights abuses.
Ed Adamczyk
Caitlyn Kovacs' death likely 'alcohol-related,' prosecutor says

Caitlyn Kovacs' death likely 'alcohol-related,' prosecutor says

Prosecutors investigating the death of Rutgers student Caitlyn Kovacs said preliminary findings point to alcohol as playing a role in her death.
Gabrielle Levy
U.N. opens climate summit

U.N. opens climate summit

The United Nations climate summit, convening Tuesday, is anticipated to prompt a global change of course for action on the environment.
Ed Adamczyk
China sentences Uighur scholar Tohti to life imprisonment

China sentences Uighur scholar Tohti to life imprisonment

A court in Urumqi, China, sentenced Uighur activist and scholar Ilham Tohti to life imprisonment Tuesday for advocating separatism.
Ed Adamczyk
Treasury fights back against offshore tax shelters created by 'inversions'

Treasury fights back against offshore tax shelters created by 'inversions'

The Treasury Department issued new guidelines for overseas mergers to ensure American businesses enterprises grow ethically without shortchanging tax revenue.
Matt Bradwell
U.S., Arab countries unite to bombard Islamic State

U.S., Arab countries unite to bombard Islamic State

Airstrikes in Syria by the United States and five Arab countries in the region targeted the Islamic State and the al-Qaida-aligned Khorasan.
Ed Adamczyk
Jessica Arrendale dies shielding daughter from boyfriend with gun

Jessica Arrendale dies shielding daughter from boyfriend with gun

Jessica Arrendale, 33, died Sunday while shielding her daughter, Cobie, from the baby's gun-wielding father Antoine Davis.
Aileen Graef
Syrian fighter plane shot down, Israel claims

Syrian fighter plane shot down, Israel claims

Israel said it shot down a Syrian fighter plane Tuesday morning as it flew over the Israel-controlled Golan Heights.
Ed Adamczyk
Virgin America plane diverted after man tries to open cabin door

Virgin America plane diverted after man tries to open cabin door

A plane from Boston to Los Angeles was diverted to Omaha when a man tried to open cabin door mid-flight.
Heather Records
More than 100 people arrested during climate protests on Wall Street

More than 100 people arrested during climate protests on Wall Street

1,000 climate protesters descend on Wall Street leading to 100 arrests.
Heather Records
Louisiana judge rules state's gay marriage ban is unconstitutional

Louisiana judge rules state's gay marriage ban is unconstitutional

A district court judge in Louisiana rules that the state's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional.
Heather Records
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