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Islamic State burns marijuana fields in Syria

Islamic State burns marijuana fields in Syria

The Islamic State (IS) posted a video on YouTube Tuesday showing its militants scorching marijuana fields in Syria.
Aileen Graef
Body found, confirmed to be missing N.J. man Aaron Sofer [UPDATED]

Body found, confirmed to be missing N.J. man Aaron Sofer [UPDATED]

Israeli authorities believe they have found the body of missing American student Aaron Sofer, who disappeared last Friday while on a hike near Jerusalem Forest.
Gabrielle Levy
U.N. Security Council to hold emergency session on Ukraine

U.N. Security Council to hold emergency session on Ukraine

The United Nations Security Council announced it will convene an emergency session on Thursday to discuss the situation in Ukraine.
JC Finley
Israelis skeptical of Netanyahu's Gaza victory claim

Israelis skeptical of Netanyahu's Gaza victory claim

Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu's claim of a significant victory over Hamas in Gaza was met with skepticism by Israelis, a poll indicated.
Ed Adamczyk
Search for Aaron Sofer, missing N.J. student, expands in Israel

Search for Aaron Sofer, missing N.J. student, expands in Israel

The search for Aaron Sofer expanded Thursday, nearly a week after the 23-year-old American student disappeared while on a hike in the Jerusalem forest.
Gabrielle Levy
Boston marathon bombing survivor and his nurse wed

Boston marathon bombing survivor and his nurse wed

James Costello and Krista D'Agostino met under the worst of circumstances, but their story couldn't have turned out happier.
Gabrielle Levy
Syrian jets hit rebels holding Golan Heights checkpoint

Syrian jets hit rebels holding Golan Heights checkpoint

Syrian jets bombarded Islamist rebels Thursday after the militants seized a border crossing near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
Gabrielle Levy
WHO: Ebola outbreak accelerates, could infect 20,000 people

WHO: Ebola outbreak accelerates, could infect 20,000 people

The Ebola outbreak could infect more than 20,000 people within nine months, and efforts to halt its spread could cost half a billion dollars, the WHO said.
Gabrielle Levy
Russia 'directly involved' in Ukraine fighting, widens assault

Russia 'directly involved' in Ukraine fighting, widens assault

Russian forces have seized the coastal town of Novoazovsk, Ukraine, and are now openly involved in the fighting, Kiev said Thursday.
Gabrielle Levy
Ailina Tsarnaev, Boston Marathon bomber's sister, arrested over alleged bomb threat

Ailina Tsarnaev, Boston Marathon bomber's sister, arrested over alleged bomb threat

Suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's sister was arrested in New York City Wednesday after threatening a woman in a domestic harassment case.
Veronica Linares
Syrian militants seize Golan Heights border crossing

Syrian militants seize Golan Heights border crossing

Syrian militants seize border crossing with Israel-controlled Golan Heights.
Danielle Haynes
Major general stripped of title over handling of sexual abuse allegation

Major general stripped of title over handling of sexual abuse allegation

Army Maj. Gen. Michael Harrison demoted to brigadier general and forced to retire over mishandling of sexual assault complaint.
Danielle Haynes
U.N. recommits to Afghan vote audit despite campaign withdrawals

U.N. recommits to Afghan vote audit despite campaign withdrawals

The U.N. said Wednesday it is committed to supervising Afghanistan's presidential vote audit despite the withdrawal of the two candidates from the process.
JC Finley
'Cops' crew member fatally shot by friendly fire while filming shootout

'Cops' crew member fatally shot by friendly fire while filming shootout

A crew member of the popular reality television show "Cops" was fatally shot by friendly fire Tuesday night while filming an episode of the show.
JC Sevcik
Sale of Banksy artwork saves youth club

Sale of Banksy artwork saves youth club

A Banksy artwork painted on the wall outside a financially-stressed youth club was sold to a private collector for 403,000 pounds ($668,000), saving the club.
Aileen Graef
North Korea criticizes John Kerry for bilateral relations remarks

North Korea criticizes John Kerry for bilateral relations remarks

North Korea lambasted recent remarks made by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry regarding the possibility of improving relations with Pyongyang.
JC Finley
Man kills wife, shoots self at New Jersey hospital

Man kills wife, shoots self at New Jersey hospital

The body of a second man was found Wednesday at the home of a South Jersey man who killed his wife at a hospital and then attempted to take his own life.
Frances Burns
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal sues Obama over Common Core

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal sues Obama over Common Core

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal called the Common Core standards an attempt "to strip away states' rights," as he sued President Obama on Wednesday.
Frances Burns
Report reveals 1,400 children sexually abused in English town between 1997 and 2013

Report reveals 1,400 children sexually abused in English town between 1997 and 2013

An independent report investigating child sexual exploitation in the English town of Rotherham reveals 1,400 children were sexually abused from 1997 to 2013.
JC Finley

Texas man acquitted of killing man who killed his sons in DUI

A Texas man was acquitted Wednesday of the murder of a drunken driver who slammed into his broken-down truck, killing his two young sons.
Frances Burns
Serial stowaway arrested again in Phoenix

Serial stowaway arrested again in Phoenix

For the third time this month, Marilyn Hartman was arrested at an airport without a ticket.
Gabrielle Levy
Businessmen warn against Scottish independence

Businessmen warn against Scottish independence

Over 130 business leaders with operations in Scotland signed an open letter urging voters to reject a proposed separation of Scotland from the United Kingdom.
Ed Adamczyk
Man charged with killing panhandler in wheelchair in Florida

Man charged with killing panhandler in wheelchair in Florida

A suspect in the killing of a wheelchair-bound panhandler in Miami was arrested after a high-speed chase, police said.
Frances Burns
Peruvian police seize 3.3 tons of cocaine destined for Europe

Peruvian police seize 3.3 tons of cocaine destined for Europe

Police in Peru have seized 3.3 tons of cocaine that was disguised as a coal shipment destined for Europe.
JC Finley
Russian economy nears recession

Russian economy nears recession

The Russian economy is nearing a recession, an Economic Ministry official said, the result of Western sanctions and a ban on food imports.
Ed Adamczyk
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