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Russian car market falls, industry cuts back

Russian car market falls, industry cuts back

Russia's car market is collapsing, with sales down 12 percent since the start of the year, and Western manufacturers in Russia have begun cutting back.
Ed Adamczyk
U.S. DOJ announces program to deter joining terror groups in cities

U.S. DOJ announces program to deter joining terror groups in cities

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced a program involving local officials and community leaders to deter extremists such as the Islamic State.
Ed Adamczyk
Northern California town hit hard by wildfire

Northern California town hit hard by wildfire

A wildfire whipped by 40 mph winds gutted 100 buildings in a small northern California town while another spread to almost 12,000 acres on the American River.
Frances Burns
U.N.: Libya has 'small window of opportunity' to end unrest, or risk protracted conflict

U.N.: Libya has 'small window of opportunity' to end unrest, or risk protracted conflict

Bernardino León, head of the U.N. Mission in Libya, told the U.N. Security Council that Libya is on "the brink of protracted conflict and civil strife."
JC Finley
Air France pilot strike causes havoc across Europe

Air France pilot strike causes havoc across Europe

A strike by Air France pilots canceled over half the airline's flights, with schedule disruptions felt across France.
Ed Adamczyk
2 U.S. soldiers killed in Kabul suicide bombing

2 U.S. soldiers killed in Kabul suicide bombing

Two American troops were killed when a Taliban suicide bomber ignited a blast near the U.S. embassy in Kabul Tuesday.
Aileen Graef
Hagel tells Senate: 'We are at war with ISIL'

Hagel tells Senate: 'We are at war with ISIL'

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey told the Senate on Tuesday that, if necessary, he would recommend U.S. troops fight alongside Iraqis.
JC Finley
Identical twin linked to 2004 rapes by new DNA test

Identical twin linked to 2004 rapes by new DNA test

A Boston-area man long suspected of two 2004 rapes was formally charged after a new DNA test linked him to the crimes and excluded his twin brother.
Frances Burns
Angelina Jolie warns of Mediterranean migrant crisis

Angelina Jolie warns of Mediterranean migrant crisis

Actress and United Nations Special Envoy Angelina Jolie urged European countries to take action to help migrants in the Mediterranean Sea passage.
Ed Adamczyk
Rob Ford has second biopsy: 'I'm pretty sick'

Rob Ford has second biopsy: 'I'm pretty sick'

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford opened up about the illness that forced him out of his bid for re-election last week, while "trying" to do work from his hospital bed.
Gabrielle Levy
Man suspected of killing woman sets himself on fire on Ohio highway

Man suspected of killing woman sets himself on fire on Ohio highway

A bungled suicide by a man who set himself on fire in front of three children on an Ohio highway led police to the body of a woman killed in Cleveland.
Frances Burns
Poll: Roberts trails independent Orman in Kansas Senate

Poll: Roberts trails independent Orman in Kansas Senate

Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts is in danger of losing his seat, whether or not his Democratic opponent remains on the ballot, a new poll finds.
Gabrielle Levy
Evacuations ordered due to volcanic activity in Philippines

Evacuations ordered due to volcanic activity in Philippines

Volcanic activity at Mount Mayon in the central Philippine city of Legazpi has prompted an evacuation order affecting tens of thousands of residents.
JC Finley
Oskar Gröening, ex-Auschwitz guard, charged in 300K deaths

Oskar Gröening, ex-Auschwitz guard, charged in 300K deaths

A 93-year-old former Nazi who served as an SS guard at Auschwitz during World War II has been charged as an accessory in 300,000 deaths.
Gabrielle Levy
Trump Plaza closes in Atlantic City

Trump Plaza closes in Atlantic City

The gambling floor at the Trump Plaza was almost empty Tuesday morning as it became the fourth casino in Atlantic City, N.J., to close its doors this year.
Frances Burns
U.S., NATO reject legitimacy of elections in Russian-occupied Crimea

U.S., NATO reject legitimacy of elections in Russian-occupied Crimea

The United States and NATO denounced the recent elections held in Ukraine's Crimea Peninsula as illegitimate because they occurred under Russian occupation.
JC Finley
Hurricane Odile strikes Mexican resort town

Hurricane Odile strikes Mexican resort town

Hurricane Odile brought floods, winds and washed-out roads to resort areas in Mexico's Baja California.
Ed Adamczyk
U.S. to send 3,000 military personnel to combat Ebola

U.S. to send 3,000 military personnel to combat Ebola

U.S. President Barack Obama is expected to announce the deployment of 3,000 troops to West Africa Tuesday to fight the rapidly spreading Ebola outbreak.
Aileen Graef
U.N. investigators catalog war atrocities in Syria

U.N. investigators catalog war atrocities in Syria

More details of Syrian atrocities, committed by government troops and by Islamic extremists, were revealed by United Nations investigators in a report Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk
Poroshenko offers eastern Ukraine self-rule

Poroshenko offers eastern Ukraine self-rule

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko proposed limited self-rule for his country's eastern territory, a major concession to end the rebellion.
Ed Adamczyk
Scotland prepares for independence referendum

Scotland prepares for independence referendum

Scotland will decide Thursday in a binding referendum if it will become a separate nation.
Ed Adamczyk

Convoy of foreign troops target of suicide bomb near Afghan capital

Taliban suicide bomber strikes convoy of foreign troops near U.S. embassy in Kabul.
Heather Records
The FBI announces completion of facial recognition program

The FBI announces completion of facial recognition program

The FBI now says its billion dollar face tracking program is up and running.
Heather Records
Ukrainian lawmakers set to ratify landmark agreement to expand relations with EU

Ukrainian lawmakers set to ratify landmark agreement to expand relations with EU

Ukrainian lawmakers could ratify agreement to associate with the European Union on Tuesday.
Heather Records
New York state may legalize recreational marijuana by next year

New York state may legalize recreational marijuana by next year

The state of New York could be legalize marijuana for recreational use in 2015.
Heather Records
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