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U.S. at war with ISIS, White House, Pentagon say

U.S. at war with ISIS, White House, Pentagon say

The United States is 'at war' with the Islamic State, Pentagon and White House officials say.
Danielle Haynes
Disney says 'Frozen' ride coming to Epcot

Disney says 'Frozen' ride coming to Epcot

Disney World announced on Friday a ride based on the popular Disney movie 'Frozen' will be opening in 2016.
Heather Records
Extensive process for potential Boston bombing jurors

Extensive process for potential Boston bombing jurors

Potential jurors in the trial for the accused Boston Marathon bomber will go through an extensive screening process.
Heather Records
President Obama to visit Central Command in Tampa Wednesday

President Obama to visit Central Command in Tampa Wednesday

The White House said on Friday President Obama will go to Central Command next week for a briefing with his battle commanders.
Heather Records
Michael Dunn murder trial jury selection set for Sept. 22

Michael Dunn murder trial jury selection set for Sept. 22

A Florida judge has set the date for jury selection in the retrial of Michael Dunn, the man accused of murdering a teenager over loud music.
Gabrielle Levy
Government threatened Foleys with criminal charges over ransom

Government threatened Foleys with criminal charges over ransom

James Foley's mother says the government threatened the family with criminal charges if they attempted to raise the ransom on their son's head.
JC Sevcik
Early snowfall across mountain states breaks record

Early snowfall across mountain states breaks record

It isn't even officially fall yet, but in some parts of the mountain states it's already acting like winter.
Gabrielle Levy
Baltimore Orioles Chris Davis suspended 25 games

Baltimore Orioles Chris Davis suspended 25 games

Baltimore Orioles star Chris Davis has been suspended for 25 games after testing positive for amphetamines.
Gabrielle Levy
Berlin's newest tourist spot: abandoned spy station

Berlin's newest tourist spot: abandoned spy station

A Cold War listening post in the former West Berlin, used by Allied forces and now an abandoned ruin, is a tourist attraction since the NSA spy scandal.
Ed Adamczyk
Hospital: Duchess of Cambridge hoax nurse blamed herself, needed more support

Hospital: Duchess of Cambridge hoax nurse blamed herself, needed more support

The nurse who hanged herself after falling victim to a prank over the Duchess of Cambridge's hospital stay blamed herself and needed support, an inquest found.
Gabrielle Levy
AmeriCorps 20th year noted in White House ceremony

AmeriCorps 20th year noted in White House ceremony

President Barack Obama joined former President Bill Clinton in Washington Friday to mark the 20th anniversary of the federal service organization AmeriCorps.
Ed Adamczyk
Pope to marry couples 'living in sin'

Pope to marry couples 'living in sin'

Pope Francis will marry 20 cohabiting couples, including brides with children born out of wedlock, in a ceremony Sunday.
Ed Adamczyk
Florida police called twice in 2 days for George Zimmerman's road rage

Florida police called twice in 2 days for George Zimmerman's road rage

A man in Florida called 911 twice in two days after Trayvon Martin killer George Zimmerman allegedly repeatedly harassed him following a road rage incident.
Matt Bradwell
Rob Ford withdraws from Toronto mayoral race

Rob Ford withdraws from Toronto mayoral race

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has withdrawn from his re-election race.
Ed Adamczyk
Malala's father welcomes news of assailants' arrest

Malala's father welcomes news of assailants' arrest

The father of teenage education advocate Malala Yousafzai welcomed the news Friday that the men responsible for shooting his daughter have been arrested.
JC Finley
U.N. launches humanitarian food campaign in Ukraine

U.N. launches humanitarian food campaign in Ukraine

The United Nations' agency World Food Program announced Friday assistance is being sent to people affected by the conflict in Ukraine.
Ed Adamczyk
Rev. Ian Paisley, Northern Ireland's fiery Protestant leader, dead at 88

Rev. Ian Paisley, Northern Ireland's fiery Protestant leader, dead at 88

Rev. Ian Paisley, remembered for his fiery religious and political rhetoric and also for his later role as a peacemaker, died Friday at the age of 88.
JC Finley
Schenectady High School student insists on laser cat pic for yearbook photo

Schenectady High School student insists on laser cat pic for yearbook photo

One New York high school student is making a play to be the hero of Internet this week with his excellently absurd high school photo.
Gabrielle Levy
3 sentenced to death in China attack that killed 31

3 sentenced to death in China attack that killed 31

Three men were sentenced to death Friday for their roles in a train station terrorist attack that killed 31 people in Kunming, China, in March.
Ed Adamczyk
Madoff victims angry over Andrew Madoff's $16 million estate

Madoff victims angry over Andrew Madoff's $16 million estate

Victims of Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme are angry after learning his youngest son, Andrew, left behind an estate worth $16 million.
Aileen Graef
Prince Harry motorcade caught in high-speed crash

Prince Harry motorcade caught in high-speed crash

Prince Harry's motorcade was involved in a crash on his way to the Invictus Games in North London Thursday.
Gabrielle Levy
Philippines' old maps counter Chinese territorial claims

Philippines' old maps counter Chinese territorial claims

Territorial claims in the South China Sea by the Philippines and China received a new perspective in an exhibit of ancient maps in Manila, Philippines.
Ed Adamczyk
With winter coming, Ukraine scrambles to import natural gas

With winter coming, Ukraine scrambles to import natural gas

Ukraine is facing a winter without importation, from Russia, of half its regular supply of natural gas, used primarily for heating homes and other buildings.
Ed Adamczyk
New iPhone 6 Plus already sold out in preorders, Apple store crashes

New iPhone 6 Plus already sold out in preorders, Apple store crashes

Apple has given the people what they want in the iPhone 6 Plus, and they responded by preordering lots of the new device early Friday morning.
Gabrielle Levy
UNICEF: More than 45 percent of girls in South Asia married by 18

UNICEF: More than 45 percent of girls in South Asia married by 18

A United Nations report released Thursday reveals that more than 45 percent of girls in South Asia marry before they turn 18.
JC Finley
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