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GAO undercover sting signs up fake people on Obamacare

GAO undercover sting signs up fake people on Obamacare

A new report found it possible to use fake information to register and qualify for subsidized insurance on the federal healthcare exchange.
Gabrielle Levy
Poll: Democratic challenger tied with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

Poll: Democratic challenger tied with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who survived a recall election in 2012, remains in a statistical tie with Democratic challenger Mary Burke, a new poll said.
Frances Burns
N.J. man put pig mask on dead wife's head after stabbing her 84 times

N.J. man put pig mask on dead wife's head after stabbing her 84 times

A New Jersey man has been convicted of murder for stabbing his ex-wife 84 times and putting a pig mask on her dead body.
Matt Bradwell
FAA extends ban on American carriers' travel to Israel

FAA extends ban on American carriers' travel to Israel

The FAA announced Wednesday an extended travel ban on U.S. carriers flying to and from Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International Airport for 24 more hours.
JC Finley
Obama administration issues new oil train safety rules

Obama administration issues new oil train safety rules

The Obama administration released rules that will require the use of stronger rail cars to transport flammable fuels, given a spate of derailments and spills.
Ananth Baliga
Michael Bloomberg flies to Israel to protest FAA ban

Michael Bloomberg flies to Israel to protest FAA ban

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg flew to Tel Aviv Tuesday to protest the FAA ban on U.S. flights to Israel, arguing that it is perfectly safe.
Aileen Graef
Former head of New York City charity gets prison term

Former head of New York City charity gets prison term

William Rapfogel, former head of the Metropolitan New York Council on Jewish Poverty, was sentenced Wednesday to more than three years in prison for fraud.
Frances Burns
Johann Breyer, accused Nazi living in Philly, dies while judge orders extradition

Johann Breyer, accused Nazi living in Philly, dies while judge orders extradition

A Phila. man accused of Nazi war crimes while he was a prison guard at Auschwitz died Wednesday, just hours after a judge ordered his extradition to Germany.
Matt Bradwell
Americans like Jar Jar Binks more than Congress

Americans like Jar Jar Binks more than Congress

Congress has hit a new approval rating low -- representatives are now hated even more than the Star Wars' character Jar Jar Binks.
Aileen Graef
Body found at Washington State mudslide site ID'd as last missing victim

Body found at Washington State mudslide site ID'd as last missing victim

Remains found in the debris left by the mudslide in Oso, Wash., have been officially identified as those of the last missing victim, officials said Wednesday.
Frances Burns
France still building aircraft carriers for Russia

France still building aircraft carriers for Russia

Despite increasing economic sanctions on Russia, France is continuing to build two aircraft carriers for Russia.
Ed Adamczyk
Donald Trump breaks ground on $200 millon DC hotel

Donald Trump breaks ground on $200 millon DC hotel

Donald Trump was in Washington D.C. today to celebrate the ceremonial groundbreaking of the $200 million Trump International Hotel.
Matt Bradwell
Washington's Carlton Complex fire 'a growing and dangerous beast'

Washington's Carlton Complex fire 'a growing and dangerous beast'

The Carlton Complex fire, which has burned more than 400 square miles in Washington State, is a "growing and dangerous beast," Gov. Jay Inslee said.
Frances Burns
Another person arrested taking gun into Capitol Hill building

Another person arrested taking gun into Capitol Hill building

For the second week in a row, Capitol Police have arrested someone attempting to enter a House of Representatives office building carrying a gun.
Gabrielle Levy
U.S. analysts: Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 possibly shot down by 'mistake'

U.S. analysts: Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 possibly shot down by 'mistake'

Analysis by U.S. intelligence agencies confirms the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was likely a mistake on the part of separatists in Ukraine.
Ed Adamczyk
Man dies after digging too deeply in sand on California beach

Man dies after digging too deeply in sand on California beach

A young man who dug a deep hole in the sand at a beach in the San Francisco area died when it collapsed on him.
Frances Burns
4,000-foot Geico ad falls from plane onto San Francisco woman's house

4,000-foot Geico ad falls from plane onto San Francisco woman's house

A large Geico banner meant to be displayed over San Francisco detached from the plane dragging it, falling onto an unsuspecting woman's Fremont home Monday.
Matt Bradwell
U.N.: Israeli actions in Gaza may be war crimes

U.N.: Israeli actions in Gaza may be war crimes

Israel's military actions in Gaza could amount to war crimes, Navi Pillay, the United Nations' top human rights official, told the Human Rights Council.
Ed Adamczyk
Supreme Court allows Arizona execution to proceed

Supreme Court allows Arizona execution to proceed

The U.S. Supreme Court has lifted a stay on an Arizona execution, allowing the state to put Joseph Wood to death by lethal injection Wednesday.
Frances Burns
CA man caught posing as police officer to force sex on male victims

CA man caught posing as police officer to force sex on male victims

A San Francisco security guard is behind bars, charged with posing as a police officer to force Central American immigrants to have sex with him.
Matt Bradwell
Somali member of Parliament and folk singer assassinated

Somali member of Parliament and folk singer assassinated

The Islamist militant group al-Shabaab has claimed responsibility for killing Somali member of Parliament Saado Ali Warsame.
JC Finley
Study: NYC ranked unhappiest city in the U.S.

Study: NYC ranked unhappiest city in the U.S.

A July study published by the U.S. National Bureau of Economic Research ranked New York City last in America's happiest cities.
Aileen Graef
Doctor treating Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone now infected

Doctor treating Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone now infected

Dr. Sheikh Uman Khan, a doctor in Sierra Leone actively working to control the deadly outbreak of the Ebola virus, is now infected with the disease.
JC Finley
Dutch frustration with MH17: Deport Putin's daughter, mayor says

Dutch frustration with MH17: Deport Putin's daughter, mayor says

A Dutch mayor suggested deporting Russian President Vladimir Putin's daughter to protest alleged Russian involvement in the crash of MH17.
Ed Adamczyk
Beretta ditches Maryland for Tennessee over tough gun control laws

Beretta ditches Maryland for Tennessee over tough gun control laws

Beretta announced Tuesday that it will move its U.S. plant from Md. to Tenn., citing increasingly restrictive gun control laws in the Mid-Atlantic state.
Matt Bradwell
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