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Wisconsin Supreme Court fiddles with voter ID law

Wisconsin Supreme Court fiddles with voter ID law

Wisconsin voters must be able to get state-issued identification without paying for documents, the state Supreme Court said in a ruling upholding the ID law.
Frances Burns
Florida man pistol whipped and shot before thieves stole his pants

Florida man pistol whipped and shot before thieves stole his pants

Police in Florida are hunting for two potential assailants they say shot and pistol whipped an unsuspecting man before robbing him Wednesday evening.
Matt Bradwell
World's biggest spy center is Vienna, book says

World's biggest spy center is Vienna, book says

Vienna, Austria, is the world's foremost spy hub with over 7,000 agents working undercover, a new book says.
Ed Adamczyk
Republican candidate for Calif. governor spent week as homeless man

Republican candidate for Calif. governor spent week as homeless man

Neel Kashkari, the Republican candidate for governor of California, spent last week searching for work and food as a "homeless man" in Fresno.
Frances Burns
U.S. places travel restrictions on Venezuelan officials

U.S. places travel restrictions on Venezuelan officials

The U.S. Department of State has placed visa restrictions on an unspecified number of Venezuelan officials in response to alleged human rights abuses.
JC Finley
Tea party group takes credit for McConnell's stimulus opposition

Tea party group takes credit for McConnell's stimulus opposition

Mitch McConnell reportedly needed a little convincing to oppose the federal stimulus back in 2009.
Gabrielle Levy
American in North Korea prison says he feels abandoned

American in North Korea prison says he feels abandoned

Kenneth Bae, a U.S. citizen imprisoned in North Korea, told a Japanese newspaper he feels abandoned by the U.S. government.
Ed Adamczyk
Window falls from Manhattan high-rise, injuring 3

Window falls from Manhattan high-rise, injuring 3

Three people, including an out-of-town tourist, were hurt Thursday morning when renovation workers accidentally shattered a window in a New York high-rise.
Frances Burns
Disgruntled employee shoots boss, commits suicide in Chicago skyscraper

Disgruntled employee shoots boss, commits suicide in Chicago skyscraper

Police in Chicago say a tech employee upset about a recent demotion shot his boss, leaving him in critical condition Thursday morning, before killing himself.
Matt Bradwell

Broken rail blamed for derailment that killed two Md. women

Two young women trespassing on a railroad bridge in Maryland were not to blame for the coal train derailment that killed them, a report released Thursday said.
Frances Burns
Watch: Rescue of San Diego Costco plane crash that killed one, injured another

Watch: Rescue of San Diego Costco plane crash that killed one, injured another

A small plane crashed in the parking lot of a San Diego shopping center Wednesday afternoon, killing one person and seriously injuring a second.
Matt Bradwell
Bachmann: Obama wants to use child immigrants for medical experiments

Bachmann: Obama wants to use child immigrants for medical experiments

Michele Bachmann has spotted nefarious purposes in the government's care of migrant children coming from Central America.
Gabrielle Levy
Argentina defaults on bonds, blames U.S. mediator

Argentina defaults on bonds, blames U.S. mediator

Argentina defaulted on its bond debt Thursday after last-minute negotiations in New York with bondholders failed.
Ed Adamczyk
Elderly woman killed in small plane crash in parking lot

Elderly woman killed in small plane crash in parking lot

A single-engine plane crashed outside a Costco store in San Diego, killing an elderly woman passenger and injuring the pilot.
Frances Burns
Westboro Baptist Church targets tech companies

Westboro Baptist Church targets tech companies

The Westboro Baptist Church has decided to target tech companies with protests on its "God hates the media" tour.
Aileen Graef
Police operation targeting Italian mafia nets several arrests

Police operation targeting Italian mafia nets several arrests

An Italian police investigation targeting the mafia has resulted in the detention of 16 mafia members across Europe and netted several arrests.
JC Finley
Arab states offer little help to Hamas

Arab states offer little help to Hamas

A coalition of Arab states has deliberately not taken sides in the conflict between Israel and Hamas, the governing body of Gaza.
Ed Adamczyk
Consecrated virgins descend on Philadelphia

Consecrated virgins descend on Philadelphia

The U.S. Consecrated Virgins is meeting in Philadelphia this week, hoping to draw priests, spiritual directors and virgin candidates from around the world.
Matt Bradwell
President George W. Bush pens biography of George H.W.

President George W. Bush pens biography of George H.W.

U.S. President George W. Bush, or Bush 43, has written a biography of his father, Bush 41, that is set for publication in November, his publisher says.
Frances Burns
Pentagon: North Korea should spend money on food, not missiles

Pentagon: North Korea should spend money on food, not missiles

U.S. Department of Defense officials acknowledged they were aware of North Korea's recent missile launches toward the Sea of Japan.
JC Finley
One cop issued 80 percent of the marijuana tickets in Seattle this year

One cop issued 80 percent of the marijuana tickets in Seattle this year

One Seattle police officer personally issued 80 percent of the city's marijuana tickets this year and he has since been reassigned.
Evan Bleier
Sierra Leone declares Ebola national emergency

Sierra Leone declares Ebola national emergency

On Wednesday, Sierra Leone's President Ernest Bai Koroma declared the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus a public health emergency.
JC Finley
Wisconsin's domestic partnership law upheld by state Supreme Court

Wisconsin's domestic partnership law upheld by state Supreme Court

A law allowing same-sex couples to register as domestic partners does not violate Wisconsin's ban on same-sex marriage, the state Supreme Court said Thursday.
Frances Burns
Detroit ice cream man faces deportation for torturing Irish U.N. soldiers

Detroit ice cream man faces deportation for torturing Irish U.N. soldiers

A Detroit man will appear in federal court today as the U.S. attempts to deport him to Lebanon for his role in the torture death of two Irish U.N. soldiers.
Matt Bradwell
Investigators reach Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash site

Investigators reach Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash site

International investigators regained access to the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash site on Thursday, after nearly a week of rebel fighting in the area.
JC Finley
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