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Islamic State allegedly beheads second American journalist

Islamic State allegedly beheads second American journalist

The Islamic State terrorist group has allegedly beheaded Steven Sotloff, the second journalist who appeared in the video showing the execution of James Foley.
Gabrielle Levy
Elderly woman killed in Illinois house explosion

Elderly woman killed in Illinois house explosion

An explosion that destroyed a house in Illinois killed an elderly woman asleep in bed.
Frances Burns
U.S. military personnel rescued after helicopter crash in Gulf of Aden

U.S. military personnel rescued after helicopter crash in Gulf of Aden

All 25 military personnel aboard a U.S. Marine helicopter that crashed into the Arabian Sea during a training exercise Monday are safe, a Navy spokesman said.
Gabrielle Levy

World War II veteran attacked outside Cincinnati hospital

A World War II veteran making his daily visit to his wife in a Cincinnati hospital was beaten in an attempted robbery in the parking lot.
Frances Burns
Mary Landrieu hit with residency, ethics complaints

Mary Landrieu hit with residency, ethics complaints

The hits keep coming against Louisiana Democrat Mary Landrieu in her uphill fight to hang onto her Senate seat.
Gabrielle Levy
Crisis in Ukraine displaces 260,000 from their homes

Crisis in Ukraine displaces 260,000 from their homes

The United Nations Refugee Agency announced Tuesday that the conflict in eastern Ukraine has displaced 260,000 people.
JC Finley
Revel, Atlantic City's newest casino, shuts down

Revel, Atlantic City's newest casino, shuts down

Revel, the newest casino in Atlantic City, closed down at dawn Tuesday, the second to shut its doors in two days in New Jersey's gambling hub.
Frances Burns
Increased activity in Ecuador volcano

Increased activity in Ecuador volcano

About 40 explosions were noted on Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano, as well as a 1.8-mile high ash cloud.
Ed Adamczyk
With tensions escalating, Kiev says there are 15,000 Russian troops now in Ukraine

With tensions escalating, Kiev says there are 15,000 Russian troops now in Ukraine

The Ukrainian government estimates there are approximately 15,000 Russian troops and rebels now inside Ukraine.
JC Finley
Obama approval rating hits record low in blue California

Obama approval rating hits record low in blue California

A new California poll found even President Obama's base is disappointed in his performance.
Gabrielle Levy
Bomb kills 11 Egyptian security forces

Bomb kills 11 Egyptian security forces

A security convoy in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula was ambushed Tuesday, an attack that killed 11 police officers, Egyptian state media reported.
Ed Adamczyk
Poll: Momentum increasing for Scottish independence

Poll: Momentum increasing for Scottish independence

Support for Scottish independence, to be determined in a referendum Sept. 18, has risen eight percentage points in a month, a new poll indicates.
Ed Adamczyk
Human testing approved for experimental Ebola vaccine, trials to start in September

Human testing approved for experimental Ebola vaccine, trials to start in September

Healthy volunteers from around the world will willingly infect themselves with the Ebola virus as human trials are set to begin for a potential vaccine.
Matt Bradwell
Madeleine McCann report finds authorities hindered investigation

Madeleine McCann report finds authorities hindered investigation

Competing police efforts in the early days of the search for missing British girl Madeleine McCann permanently hindered the inquiry.
Gabrielle Levy
New EU sanctions against Russia planned for Friday

New EU sanctions against Russia planned for Friday

The European Union will decide Friday on new sanctions against Russia, the group's next foreign policy chief announced Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk
Bronx man dies by self-decapitation

Bronx man dies by self-decapitation

Bronx resident Tomas Rivera, 51, died by self-decapitation Monday in a "gruesome" suicide.
Aileen Graef
David Cameron: seize passports of Islamic State militants

David Cameron: seize passports of Islamic State militants

British Prime Minister David Cameron outlined plans to combat Islamic militants, about 500 of whom are from Britain, as they return home.
Ed Adamczyk
Over 30 jailed teens excape from Nashville detention center

Over 30 jailed teens excape from Nashville detention center

Police in Nashville are combing the area after 32 underage offenders escaped from a juvenile detention center late Monday night.
Matt Bradwell
Russia to revise military doctrine, responding to NATO

Russia to revise military doctrine, responding to NATO

Russia will revise its military doctrine to counter the expected deployment of 4,000 rapid-reaction NATO forces in Eastern Europe.
Ed Adamczyk
U.S. drone strikes in Somalia

U.S. drone strikes in Somalia

U.S. military forces launched strikes, including the use of a drone, against al-Shabaab militants in Somalia Monday.
Ed Adamczyk
Families of Islamic State victims attack Iraqi parliament

Families of Islamic State victims attack Iraqi parliament

Families of Iraqi military personnel involved in a June attack by the Islamic State stormed Baghdad's Parliament building in protest Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk
NATO considers creation of rapid response team for Eastern Europe

NATO considers creation of rapid response team for Eastern Europe

NATO leaders are expected to consider the creation of a rapid response force for Eastern Europe in response to Russian actions in eastern Ukraine.
Aileen Graef
Cantor trades politics for Wall Street investment firm, will still work out of DC

Cantor trades politics for Wall Street investment firm, will still work out of DC

Eric Cantor's new life outside of politics is underway, as the former House majority leader announced he's been hired by a Wall Street investment bank.
Matt Bradwell
3 Americans detained in N. Korea ask for help in interviews

3 Americans detained in N. Korea ask for help in interviews

North Korea's presentation of three detained U.S. citizens to the press can be regarded as pressure on Washington for dialogue.
Ed Adamczyk
At least 6 dead in Paris apartment explosion

At least 6 dead in Paris apartment explosion

An explosion at an apartment building in Paris Sunday killed at least six people, including a mother and her two teenage children.
Aileen Graef
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