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'Old Ironsides' sails across Boston Harbor before 3-year-rehab

'Old Ironsides' sails across Boston Harbor before 3-year-rehab

The USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned ship of war in the U.S. Navy, went for a final sail Friday before a three-year rehab.
Frances Burns
AIDS progress in South Africa could suffer funding blow

AIDS progress in South Africa could suffer funding blow

The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief has contributed to a dramatic drop in HIV infections in South Africa, but that progress could end.
Aileen Graef
Yellowstone endures third drone violation in less than two months

Yellowstone endures third drone violation in less than two months

Park officials in Wyoming are experiencing déjà vu after a third individual was cited for flying an unmanned areal surveillance device in less than two months.
Matt Bradwell
St. Paul police arrest a black man for sitting on a bench waiting for his children

St. Paul police arrest a black man for sitting on a bench waiting for his children

A video uploaded to Youtube Tuesday shows St. Paul police arresting an adult black male for sitting on a public bench and refusing to identify himself.
JC Sevcik
Reporter captures descent into Pyongyang on video

Reporter captures descent into Pyongyang on video

Reporter Anna Fifield took video from the window of a plane as they descended into Pyongyang, giving a rare glimpse into the secretive country.
Aileen Graef
Police lieutenant who cursed at Ferguson, Mo., protester resigns

Police lieutenant who cursed at Ferguson, Mo., protester resigns

A police lieutenant who became notorious for telling a Ferguson, Mo., protester to "go f---- yourself" has resigned.
Frances Burns
Ukrainian President Poroshenko advises citizens not to panic

Ukrainian President Poroshenko advises citizens not to panic

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko advised citizens not to panic in the face of increasing Russian aggression.
JC Finley
Rebel advance in Ukraine suggests Putin's strategy

Rebel advance in Ukraine suggests Putin's strategy

A southern assault on Mariupol, Ukraine by pro-Russian separatists suggests an attempt to establish an overland route from Russia to Crimea.
Ed Adamczyk
Woman with 3 part-time jobs dies napping in car

Woman with 3 part-time jobs dies napping in car

A New Jersey woman who often napped in her car between shifts at three Dunkin Donuts was found dead this week in a convenience store parking lot.
Frances Burns
Judge dashes Chris McDaniel's final hope to challenge Thad Cochran [UPDATED]

Judge dashes Chris McDaniel's final hope to challenge Thad Cochran [UPDATED]

A Mississippi judge on Friday tossed out Chris McDaniel's lawsuit challenging the results of the runoff election in his bid to unseat Sen. Thad Cochran.
Gabrielle Levy
Pentagon: U.S. military operations in Iraq cost $7.5 million per day

Pentagon: U.S. military operations in Iraq cost $7.5 million per day

The U.S. Department of Defense acknowledged Friday that the cost of military operations in Iraq is becoming more expensive.
JC Finley
Prosecutor: Case against former Va. Gov. McDonnell is 'simple'

Prosecutor: Case against former Va. Gov. McDonnell is 'simple'

A prosecutor said Friday the charges against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife are a "simple case" of cash and gifts exchanged for favors.
Frances Burns
Putin's next front may be in the Arctic

Putin's next front may be in the Arctic

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday Russia's future was not in the west, where Ukraine is battling separatist forces, but in the Arctic.
Ed Adamczyk
12 McDonald's shut down in Russia

12 McDonald's shut down in Russia

Russian regulator Rospotrebnadzor has shut down 12 McDonald's restaurants across the country as tensions intensify with the West.
Aileen Graef
Chinese military concludes anti-terrorism drills

Chinese military concludes anti-terrorism drills

Led by the Chinese military, members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization ended a series of large anti-terrorism drills involving 7,000 troops.
Ed Adamczyk
U.S. Air National Guard ID's pilot in fatal Virginia jet crash

U.S. Air National Guard ID's pilot in fatal Virginia jet crash

The Mass. Air National Guard identified the 104th Fighter Wing pilot who died Wednesday after crash landing in rural Virginia as Lt. Col. Morris Fontenot, Jr.
JC Finley
Sen. Mary Landrieu uses mom's home as Louisiana address

Sen. Mary Landrieu uses mom's home as Louisiana address

U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., is a Washington resident who does not live in her parents' home, listed as her New Orleans voting address, Republicans charge.
Frances Burns
Papua New Guinea's Tavurvur volcano erupts

Papua New Guinea's Tavurvur volcano erupts

Communities surrounding Papua New Guinea's Tavurvur volcano were evacuated today as it erupted, spewing ash and smoke.
Brooks Hays
U.S. 'respectfully' appeals to Iran to release detained U.S. citizens

U.S. 'respectfully' appeals to Iran to release detained U.S. citizens

The U.S. Department of State "respectfully" asked Iran on Friday to release several detained U.S. citizens, and to help find missing American Robert Levinson.
JC Finley
Illinois woman guilty of murder for cigarette money

Illinois woman guilty of murder for cigarette money

A young Illinois woman was convicted Friday of the murder of two men beaten and strangled by her friends because the group wanted money for cigarettes.
Frances Burns
China questions Americanism in SATs

China questions Americanism in SATs

China, which currently has 235,000 of its citizens enrolled in U.S. colleges, has an issue with American values, as expressed in the SATs.
Ed Adamczyk
Dartmouth college murderer will get new sentence

Dartmouth college murderer will get new sentence

A New Hampshire man who confessed to the 2001 murders of two professors will get a new sentence, the state's highest court ruled Friday.
Gabrielle Levy
Elizabeth Warren defends Israeli airstrikes on schools and hospitals

Elizabeth Warren defends Israeli airstrikes on schools and hospitals

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., hosted a town hall Aug. 21 where she defended her decision to fund Israel and their airstrikes in Gaza.
Aileen Graef
Senegal reports first Ebola case

Senegal reports first Ebola case

The deadly Ebola virus in West Africa has spread to Senegal, local media and state officials announced Friday.
JC Finley
Plague bomb data found on seized Islamic State laptop

Plague bomb data found on seized Islamic State laptop

An Islamic State laptop computer found in Syria allegedly contains plans to build chemical weapons for spreading bubonic plague.
Ed Adamczyk
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