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Munich university plans switch from German to English

Munich university plans switch from German to English

A prominent Munich, Germany, university will conduct all its master's-level courses in English, not German, its board of trustees announced.
Ed Adamczyk
Obama lawsuit moves forward in House committee

Obama lawsuit moves forward in House committee

A resolution to sue President Obama passed a procedural hurdle Thursday, setting it up for passage on the House floor before Congress adjourns for recess.
Gabrielle Levy
Five Philadelphia traffic judges acquitted of ticket-fixing

Five Philadelphia traffic judges acquitted of ticket-fixing

A long federal investigation into the Philadelphia Traffic Court has ended with five judges being acquitted of conspiring to fix tickets.
Frances Burns
CNN journalist abducted in Ukraine

CNN journalist abducted in Ukraine

A freelance journalist employed by CNN was abducted by pro-Russian separatists in Donetsk, Ukraine.
Ed Adamczyk
Bomb squad called in after live WWII artillery washes up on Cape Cod

Bomb squad called in after live WWII artillery washes up on Cape Cod

A portion of the beach in Cape Cod had to be sectioned off after what's believed to be a live World War II-era military projectile washed up on the shore.
Matt Bradwell
Global deaths by terrorism up 30 percent in past 12 months

Global deaths by terrorism up 30 percent in past 12 months

Terrorist-related deaths around the world have increased by 30 percent in the past 12 months, a British report says.
Ed Adamczyk
Missing Air Algerie Flight 5017 has crashed in Mali, says airline

Missing Air Algerie Flight 5017 has crashed in Mali, says airline

Air Algerie Flight 5017 has crashed in Mali, the airline announced Thursday, and all 123 people aboard are believed to have perished.
JC Finley
Possible tornado hits campground in Virginia, killing 2

Possible tornado hits campground in Virginia, killing 2

At least two people were killed Thursday morning when a possible tornado struck a campground on the Eastern Shore in Virginia, state police said.
Frances Burns
Ukraine's prime minister resigns

Ukraine's prime minister resigns

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk abruptly resigned his position Thursday over Parliament's failure to pass energy and military funding bills.
Ed Adamczyk
Obama: Let's not live out 'Scandal'

Obama: Let's not live out 'Scandal'

President Obama praised the show "Scandal," but said he doesn't want to be "living it out" at a fundraiser at the home of the show's creator Shonda Rhimes.
Aileen Graef
Israeli airstrike hits U.N. shelter in Gaza, killing at least 15

Israeli airstrike hits U.N. shelter in Gaza, killing at least 15

A United Nations school in Gaza, converted into a shelter, was bombed Thursday in an Israeli airstrike that killed at least 15 people, a U.N. spokesman said.
Ed Adamczyk
Jeb Bush: Border crisis proves we need immigration reform

Jeb Bush: Border crisis proves we need immigration reform

Jeb Bush urged his fellow Republicans not to lose sight of the larger illegal immigration problem -- and a possible solution -- over the current border crisis.
Gabrielle Levy
Poland illegally helped CIA in torture, court rules

Poland illegally helped CIA in torture, court rules

Poland broke the law in helping the CIA with secret transfers of terrorist suspects, the European Court for Human Rights ruled.
Ed Adamczyk

Mother, daughter die weeks after food truck explosion

A mother and daughter burned when propane exploded on their food truck in Philadelphia died weeks after the blast.
Frances Burns
Florida pizza place sued for using Garden State Parkway logo

Florida pizza place sued for using Garden State Parkway logo

The New Jersey Turnpike Authority has sued a Florida pizza chain for styling its logo after one of theirs, saying it could confuse consumers.
Matt Bradwell
Iraq elects president, prepares to choose prime minister

Iraq elects president, prepares to choose prime minister

Kurdish leader Fouad Massoum was elected Iraq's new president by Parliament Thursday and immediately sworn in.
Ed Adamczyk
Australia sends 50 police to MH17 crash site

Australia sends 50 police to MH17 crash site

Fifty police officers from Australia have been sent to the eastern Ukraine crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Ed Adamczyk
Sudanese Christian woman convicted of apostasy has left Sudan

Sudanese Christian woman convicted of apostasy has left Sudan

Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian woman sentenced to death for apostasy, left Sudan with her family and will soon travel to the U.S.
JC Finley
Norway warns of possible imminent terrorist attack by Syrian extremists

Norway warns of possible imminent terrorist attack by Syrian extremists

Norway's Police Security Service (PST) announced Thursday that recent information indicates a terror attack against Norway may be imminent.
JC Finley
#Diversity? Twitter releases information about the diversity of its workforce

#Diversity? Twitter releases information about the diversity of its workforce

In a blog post about the diversity of its employees, Twitter revealed that its workforce is 70 percent male.
Evan Bleier
2 Christian aid organization workers killed in Afghanistan

2 Christian aid organization workers killed in Afghanistan

Two foreign workers with International Assistance Mission were killed in western Afghanistan on Thursday.
JC Finley
Soccer match with Israeli team Maccabi Haifa stopped due to pro-Palestinian protesters

Soccer match with Israeli team Maccabi Haifa stopped due to pro-Palestinian protesters

A soccer friendly between Maccabi Haifa and Lille was stopped when pro-Palestinian protesters with Palestinian flags confronted Maccabi players.
Evan Bleier
Air Algerie plane missing en route from Burkina Faso to Algeria

Air Algerie plane missing en route from Burkina Faso to Algeria

Air Algerie Flight 5017, carrying 116 people, disappeared Thursday en route from Burkina Faso to Algeria.
JC Finley
FAA lifts ban on travel to Tel Aviv airport

FAA lifts ban on travel to Tel Aviv airport

FAA lifts its ban on U.S. airlines traveling to Tel Aviv's Ben Guiron Airport after Hamas rocket strikes near airport.
Danielle Haynes
Trayvon Martin slur gets Arkansas woman arrested

Trayvon Martin slur gets Arkansas woman arrested

Arkansas woman arrested for harassment and disorderly conduct after allegedly telling two boys they "should be treated like Trayvon Martin."
Danielle Haynes
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