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Pope removes Paraguayan bishop suspected of covering up sexual abuse

Pope removes Paraguayan bishop suspected of covering up sexual abuse

The Vatican announced Thursday that Pope Francis has removed Monsignor Rogelio Livieres Plano from his position as bishop of Ciudad del Este.
JC Finley
Sen. Mark Warner leads Republican challenger in Virginia

Sen. Mark Warner leads Republican challenger in Virginia

U.S. Sen. Mark Warner appears to be in good shape in a bid for a second term with a 9-point lead over his Republican challenger, a poll released Thursday said.
Frances Burns
Yemen's 'unpredictable security situation' prompts U.S. embassy to reduce staffing

Yemen's 'unpredictable security situation' prompts U.S. embassy to reduce staffing

The U.S. Department of State announced Thursday that it will withdraw some of its staff from its embassy in Sanaa.
JC Finley
FBI: Islamic State militant who beheaded James Foley has been identified

FBI: Islamic State militant who beheaded James Foley has been identified

The FBI announced Thursday that the U.S. has identified an Islamic State executioner whose gruesome murders were broadcast in videos posted online.
JC Finley
Judge: Billionaire can't close off California beach

Judge: Billionaire can't close off California beach

A judge has ruled for a California surfing group that challenged a Silicon Valley billionaire's right to close a road crossing his property to a popular beach.
Frances Burns
Oscar Pistorius' father hasn't spoken to his son since Steenkamp shooting

Oscar Pistorius' father hasn't spoken to his son since Steenkamp shooting

Oscar Pistorius' father, Henke Pistorius, said he hasn't had a "decent" conversation with his son since Oscar shot his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Aileen Graef
Bill de Blasio-dropped groundhog dies, zoo accused of cover-up

Bill de Blasio-dropped groundhog dies, zoo accused of cover-up

Staten Island Zoo is accused of a nefarious coverup in the death of a beloved New York icon: Groundhog Day star Staten Island Chuck.
Gabrielle Levy
White House responds to Iraqi PM's warning of terror plot in U.S., Europe

White House responds to Iraqi PM's warning of terror plot in U.S., Europe

The White House responded to Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's warning of a purported plot by the Islamic State to attack subways in the U.S. and France.
JC Finley
Islamic State executes human rights lawyer Samira Saleh al-Naimi

Islamic State executes human rights lawyer Samira Saleh al-Naimi

Iraqi human rights lawyer and activist Samira Saleh al-Naimi was executed by Islamic State militants, also known as ISIL or ISIS, in Mosul on Monday.
JC Finley
S.C. trooper charged with aggravated assault for shooting

S.C. trooper charged with aggravated assault for shooting

A South Carolina state trooper who was fired for shooting and wounding an unarmed black motorist has been charged with aggravated assault.
Frances Burns
Air France talks resume as strike enters 11th day

Air France talks resume as strike enters 11th day

Negotiations to stop the Air France pilots' strike resumed Thursday.
JC Finley
'Bash bug' can hack your information through a lightbulb

'Bash bug' can hack your information through a lightbulb

Cyber security researchers sounded the alarm after discovering the "Bash bug," which makes all Internet-connected devices vulnerable to hacking.
Aileen Graef
Over 300 migrants rescued near Cyprus

Over 300 migrants rescued near Cyprus

About 300 people, believed to be Syrian refugees, were rescued after their boat encountered bad weather off the coast of Cyprus.
Ed Adamczyk
Scotland Yard: Insufficient evidence to arrest Alice Gross suspect

Scotland Yard: Insufficient evidence to arrest Alice Gross suspect

Authorities in London say they don't have enough evidence to arrest the prime suspect in the disappearance of teenager Alice Gross.
Gabrielle Levy
Abu Sayyaf threatens to kill German hostages over military action in Iraq

Abu Sayyaf threatens to kill German hostages over military action in Iraq

The Muslim rebel group Abu Sayyaf threatened to kill two Germans taken hostage in April if Germany doesn't halt its support for military action in Iraq.
JC Finley
Obama urges more involvement in fighting Ebola virus

Obama urges more involvement in fighting Ebola virus

President Barack Obama urged international inclusiveness as he spoke at a United Nations meeting on combating the Ebola virus Thursday.
Ed Adamczyk
Rouhani: No intervention in case of detained journalist

Rouhani: No intervention in case of detained journalist

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani declined to intervene in the legal case against an American reporter detained in Tehran in July.
Ed Adamczyk
Ferguson police chief apologizes to Brown family, protesters

Ferguson police chief apologizes to Brown family, protesters

Ferguson police chief Thomas Jackson apologized Thursday for the death of Michael Brown and to any peaceful protesters who felt their rights were not respected.
Aileen Graef
U.S. to pay $554 million to Navajo Nation

U.S. to pay $554 million to Navajo Nation

The Navajo Nation and the U.S. government have agreed to a $554 million settlement of claims that tribal resources were mismanaged.
Frances Burns
David Cameron to apologize to Queen for Scottish referendum comment

David Cameron to apologize to Queen for Scottish referendum comment

British Prime Minister David Cameron will apologize to Queen Elizabeth for saying she "purred down the line" when told the Scottish referendum was defeated.
JC Finley
Attorney General Eric Holder to step down

Attorney General Eric Holder to step down

Eric Holder will announce his plans to step down as Attorney General Thursday, and will depart the Department of Justice as soon as his successor is confirmed.
Gabrielle Levy
Lufthansa pilots threaten strike

Lufthansa pilots threaten strike

Pilots of Deutsche Lufthansa, Europe's largest airline, said Thursday a new round of strikes was imminent.
Ed Adamczyk
British police arrest radical cleric Anjem Choudary, 8 others on terror charges

British police arrest radical cleric Anjem Choudary, 8 others on terror charges

British police arrested nine men Thursday on terror charges, with reports that radical British cleric Anjem Choudary was among the arrested.
JC Finley
Poroshenko outlines ambitious reforms for Ukraine

Poroshenko outlines ambitious reforms for Ukraine

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko detailed a modernization program for his country in a press conference in Kiev, adding that he expected peace soon.
Ed Adamczyk
Louisiana police officer kills 14-year-old honor student

Louisiana police officer kills 14-year-old honor student

A 14-year-old Louisiana honor student was shot and killed by a Terrebonne Parish Sheriff patrolman Tuesday in an incident police are calling a "freak accident."
Gabrielle Levy
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