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Peanut company owner found guilty in salmonella outbreak

Peanut company owner found guilty in salmonella outbreak

Peanut company owner convicted of fraud and other federal charges coming from a 2008 salmonella outbreak linked to peanut butter.
Heather Records
Man impersonated retired police officer for 25 years, paid to give training, lectures

Man impersonated retired police officer for 25 years, paid to give training, lectures

An man who pretended to be a retired police officer for 25 years was arrested last month when he called 911 requesting assistance as an off-duty officer.
JC Sevcik
Four in Chicago charged with gunning down 9-year-old boy

Four in Chicago charged with gunning down 9-year-old boy

Four alleged gang members may have shot a Chicago boy because they thought he was about to warn the pair they wanted to kill, a police officer said Friday.
Frances Burns
Former Conn. Gov. John Rowland guilty of new charges

Former Conn. Gov. John Rowland guilty of new charges

Former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland, forced out of office a decade ago by a corruption conviction, was found guilty Friday of new charges.
Frances Burns
Apartment and vehicle searched in the case of missing Hannah Graham

Apartment and vehicle searched in the case of missing Hannah Graham

The search for missing UVA student Hannah Graham led police to search the vehicle and apartment linked to the "person of interest" in the woman's disappearance.
Aileen Graef
Woman on ventilator after being hit by cyclist in Central Park

Woman on ventilator after being hit by cyclist in Central Park

The wife of a CBS executive was critically injured when she was hit by a cyclist as she crossed a roadway in New York's Central Park.
Frances Burns
Arson suspect in King Fire allegedly broke into house to call 911

Arson suspect in King Fire allegedly broke into house to call 911

A man held in lieu of $10 million bail set a blaze that grew into the massive King Fire and then broke into a house to call 911, police in California said.
Frances Burns
Pope's hat for sale on eBay, bidding now at $258,000

Pope's hat for sale on eBay, bidding now at $258,000

A skullcap worn by Pope Francis is up for auction on eBay with sale money going to a charity, and the highest bid is $258,000 and rising.
Ed Adamczyk
Pope's security detail doubled over terror concerns

Pope's security detail doubled over terror concerns

The threat of a possible terrorist attack has prompted the doubling of security around the Vatican's St. Peter's Square.
Ed Adamczyk
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba begins trading on NYSE

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba begins trading on NYSE

Jack Ma, founder of the e-commerce giant, the Alibaba Group, became the richest man in China when the company went public Friday on the New York Stock Exchange.
Frances Burns
Air France pilots' strike continues into fifth day, may enter second week

Air France pilots' strike continues into fifth day, may enter second week

A strike by Air France pilots entered its fifth day on Friday, and is expected to continue until September 26.
JC Finley
Obama refuses to grant Ukraine special non-NATO ally status

Obama refuses to grant Ukraine special non-NATO ally status

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko's requests for lethal aid and special security status as a non-NATO-ally were both denied by U.S. President Barack Obama.
JC Finley
PM Modi said Indian Muslims would 'die for India'

PM Modi said Indian Muslims would 'die for India'

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a message for Islamist extremists trying to gain a foothold in his country: You're not welcome here.
Gabrielle Levy
Utah doctor gets 17 years to life for drowning wife

Utah doctor gets 17 years to life for drowning wife

A Utah doctor killed his wife out of unmitigated selfishness," a judge said Friday as he sentenced Martin MacNeill to 17 years to life.
Frances Burns
Suspect in 1998 embassy bombings pleads guilty

Suspect in 1998 embassy bombings pleads guilty

Adel Abdel Bary, accused of helping plan the 1998 bombings of U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, pleaded guilty Friday in a New York federal court.
Ed Adamczyk
Prince Harry sweeps an adorable little girl off her feet at Invictus Games

Prince Harry sweeps an adorable little girl off her feet at Invictus Games

Royal British heartthrob Prince Harry made a girl's day when he hoisted her up on his shoulders to get a better view at the Invictus Games closing ceremony.
Gabrielle Levy
Army updates hair regulations to accommodate women of color

Army updates hair regulations to accommodate women of color

The U.S. Army announced Tuesday a new policy regarding hair and tattoo regulations after being criticized for not accommodating the needs of black women.
Aileen Graef
First Minister of Scotland and SNP Leader Alex Salmond resigns after failed independence vote

First Minister of Scotland and SNP Leader Alex Salmond resigns after failed independence vote

Alex Salmond resigns as First Minister of Scotland and leader of the Scottish National Party after Scots vote to remain part of the United Kingdom.
Matt Bradwell
Texas deputy missing in flood

Texas deputy missing in flood

Searchers found a Texas sheriff's deputy's patrol car shortly after she radioed that she was caught by flood waters, but no sign of the missing woman.
Frances Burns
Iran issues lashings, imprisonment sentences for 7 who made Pharrell Williams 'Happy' fan video

Iran issues lashings, imprisonment sentences for 7 who made Pharrell Williams 'Happy' fan video

The seven young Iranians who were arrested in May for making a Pharrell Williams' "Happy" fan video have been sentenced.
JC Finley
Apple iPhone 6 goes on sale globally

Apple iPhone 6 goes on sale globally

The iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus went on sale Friday across the globe, attracting long lines of customers eager to be the world's first owners.
Ed Adamczyk
Report: Federal 'Bridgegate' probe finds no evidence against Gov. Christie

Report: Federal 'Bridgegate' probe finds no evidence against Gov. Christie

Federal prosecutors have found no evidence Gov. Chris Christie was directly involved in what became known as the "Bridgegate" scandal, a news report said.
Frances Burns
Gilchrist shooting: Father 'accidentally' killed son, 8, on 2001 hunting trip

Gilchrist shooting: Father 'accidentally' killed son, 8, on 2001 hunting trip

Investigators Friday are learning more about the Florida man who shot his daughter and six grandchildren before turning the gun on himself.
Gabrielle Levy
U.S. monitoring terror plots from al-Qaida

U.S. monitoring terror plots from al-Qaida

U.S. analysts are monitoring terrorist threats originating from al-Qaida's Syrian arm, while the world's attention is turned to the Islamic State.
Ed Adamczyk
Manhattan's rich get richer, poor get poorer, at widest gap in the U.S.

Manhattan's rich get richer, poor get poorer, at widest gap in the U.S.

It's not your imagination: the rich in Manhattan really are richer, and the poor are poorer.
Gabrielle Levy
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