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Benghazi suspect Faraj al-Shibli found dead

Benghazi suspect Faraj al-Shibli found dead

The body of Benghazi suspect Faraj al-Shibli was found Monday in the eastern Libyan town of Marj.
JC Finley
Fight between Miami police officers during traffic stop caught on camera

Fight between Miami police officers during traffic stop caught on camera

A fight during a traffic stop between Miami police officers Marcel Jackson and Internal Affairs Lt. David Ramras was caught on camera.
Evan Bleier
Death toll in Moscow subway derailment continues to rise

Death toll in Moscow subway derailment continues to rise

The death toll, now at 19, continues to rise as first responders treat the more than 150 injured in Tuesday's subway derailment in Moscow.
Brooks Hays
British Foreign Minister William Hague resigns, assumes leadership in House of Commons

British Foreign Minister William Hague resigns, assumes leadership in House of Commons

British Foreign Minister William J. Hague announced his resignation Monday evening in order, he said, to assume leadership of the House of Commons.
JC Finley
Appeals court sets aside two of three convictions of Bin Laden media aide

Appeals court sets aside two of three convictions of Bin Laden media aide

A U.S. appeals court ruled Monday that a military commission did not have the authority to convict Osama bin Laden's media aide of all the charges against him.
Frances Burns
Afghanistan to undertake presidential election audit before announcing victor

Afghanistan to undertake presidential election audit before announcing victor

Secretary of State John Kerry announced Saturday during his visit to Kabul that Afghanistan will undertake an audit of the presidential run-off votes.
JC Finley
'Southern Charm' star Thomas Ravenel files election petitions in S.C.

'Southern Charm' star Thomas Ravenel files election petitions in S.C.

Thomas Ravenel found 16,469 people to sign a petition to put him on the ballot in South Carolina, despite his rap sheet and reality show.
Gabrielle Levy
Poll: 68 percent of Republicans say Obama should be impeached

Poll: 68 percent of Republicans say Obama should be impeached

About one-third of U.S. adults and 68 percent of Republicans agree with Sarah Palin that President Obama deserves impeachment, a new poll found.
Frances Burns
Man dies jumping into burning 'Where the Wild Things Are' effigy at music festival

Man dies jumping into burning 'Where the Wild Things Are' effigy at music festival

A Salt Lake City man is dead after diving into a wooden effigy engulfed in flames during Utah's Element 11 festival.
Matt Bradwell
First 40 immigrants deported in border crisis

First 40 immigrants deported in border crisis

The first 40 undocumented immigrants were deported to Honduras from a New Mexico detention facility Monday.
Gabrielle Levy
Following World Cup loss, Argentina fans riot in Buenos Aires

Following World Cup loss, Argentina fans riot in Buenos Aires

Riots broke out in Argentina late Sunday evening following the national soccer team's loss to Germany at the World Cup final.
JC Finley
Man who lost legs in Boston Marathon bombing becomes a father

Man who lost legs in Boston Marathon bombing becomes a father

Jeff Bauman, who lost both legs in the Boston Marathon bombing and co-authored a book about the experience, has announced the birth of his daughter.
Frances Burns
Jesse Ventura blames 'American Sniper' author for ruining his TV career

Jesse Ventura blames 'American Sniper' author for ruining his TV career

Former Navy SEAL and Gov. of Minnesota Jesse Ventura is suing the estate of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle for disparaging remarks in Kyle's autobiography.
Matt Bradwell
Spanish police attempt to find bull run 'selfie man'

Spanish police attempt to find bull run 'selfie man'

The man who attempted to take a selfie during the highly dangerous running of the bulls in Pamplona is being pursued by authorities.
Aileen Graef
Lightning strikes spark Oregon wildfires

Lightning strikes spark Oregon wildfires

Thousands of lightning strikes in Oregon sparked dozens of wildfires, including one that has destroyed several homes, fire officials said.
Frances Burns
Two Florida police officers off the force after FBI ties them to the Ku Klux Klan

Two Florida police officers off the force after FBI ties them to the Ku Klux Klan

Two police officers in Fruitland Park, Florida are off the force after an FBI investigation exposed the men's ties to the Ku Klux Klan.
JC Sevcik
'Octomom' pleads no contest to welfare fraud

'Octomom' pleads no contest to welfare fraud

Nadya Suleman, who became known as the "Octomom," was spared prison Monday for failing to report income while collecting California welfare benefits.
Frances Burns
Federal officer discharges weapon during fight at pro-Israel rally in Los Angeles

Federal officer discharges weapon during fight at pro-Israel rally in Los Angeles

A federal officer fired his gun while attempting to break up a fight during a pro-Israel demonstration outside the federal building in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Matt Bradwell
Eight killed in explosions near Egypt-Israel border

Eight killed in explosions near Egypt-Israel border

At least eight people were killed Monday in explosions near a security compound in al-Arish on Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, near Israel and Gaza.
Ed Adamczyk
Sen. Portman: Eric Holder's remarks on race 'not constructive'

Sen. Portman: Eric Holder's remarks on race 'not constructive'

Attorney General Eric Holder's suggestion that some criticism of President Obama comes from racial prejudice is "not constructive," U.S. Sen. Rob Portman said.
Frances Burns
Testimony ends in trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber's friend

Testimony ends in trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber's friend

An FBI agent described his efforts to get a friend of the Boston Marathon bombing suspect to cooperate as testimony ended Monday at Azamat Tazhayakov's trial.
Frances Burns
London's Heathrow Airport reportedly target of 'substantial threat of a possible attack' by AQAP

London's Heathrow Airport reportedly target of 'substantial threat of a possible attack' by AQAP

There is a "substantial threat of a possible attack" against London's Heathrow Airport, according a warning issued by the Kenyan government on Saturday.
JC Finley
New Mexico judicial election decided by coin toss

New Mexico judicial election decided by coin toss

A judiciary race in New Mexico was decided by coin flip after it finished in a dead tie. Although strange, the majority of the U.S. has similar tiebreaker laws.
Matt Bradwell
Nadine Gordimer, Nobel Prize-winning author, dies at 90

Nadine Gordimer, Nobel Prize-winning author, dies at 90

Nobel Prize winner Nadine Gordimer, author of three books about apartheid that were banned in her home country of South Africa, is dead at 90.
Ed Adamczyk
British government issues travel warning for Kenya

British government issues travel warning for Kenya

The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office issued a travel advisory for Kenya on Monday.
JC Finley
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