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U.S. troops in Ukraine for military exercises

U.S. troops in Ukraine for military exercises

About 1,300 troops from 15 NATO countries, including about 200 U.S. troops, are in Ukraine to participate in a military exercise.
Ed Adamczyk
Watch: Groundskeeper Willie urges fellow Scots to vote 'aye or die' for Scottish independence

Watch: Groundskeeper Willie urges fellow Scots to vote 'aye or die' for Scottish independence

Groundskeeper Willie has publicly come out in support of Scottish independence and unofficially thrown his hat into the ring for political office.
Matt Bradwell
Mom: Darrien Hunt was shot 'because he was black'

Mom: Darrien Hunt was shot 'because he was black'

The mother of a Utah man killed in a police shooting last week says her son was the victim of racial prejudice.
Gabrielle Levy
Snowden claims NSA collected data on New Zealanders

Snowden claims NSA collected data on New Zealanders

Documents from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden claim Australian and New Zealand data on private citizens was collected by the NSA.
Ed Adamczyk
U.N. assumes peacekeeping responsibility in Central African Republic

U.N. assumes peacekeeping responsibility in Central African Republic

On Sunday, the African Union-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic transferred its peacekeeping duties to the United Nations.
JC Finley
Latest poll: Britain prefers unity to Scottish independence

Latest poll: Britain prefers unity to Scottish independence

While Scotland residents decide whether to remain in the United Kingdom or choose independence, the rest of the country narrowly wants them to remain.
Ed Adamczyk
Military graveyard suggests Russia's Ukraine involvement

Military graveyard suggests Russia's Ukraine involvement

A Russian politician claims he was beaten for informing journalists he witnessed the burial of a Russian soldier allegedly killed fighting in Ukraine.
Ed Adamczyk
Queen advises Scots to think 'about the future'

Queen advises Scots to think 'about the future'

Queen Elizabeth strongly encouraged Scots to "think very carefully about the future" as they approach the Scottish referendum vote on Thursday.
Aileen Graef
Despite truce, shelling continues in eastern Ukraine

Despite truce, shelling continues in eastern Ukraine

Despite a cease-fire signed in Minsk on September 5, eastern Ukraine continues to be racked by violence.
JC Finley
Iraq conference under way in France as leaders confront Islamic State threat

Iraq conference under way in France as leaders confront Islamic State threat

The International Conference on Peace and Security in Iraq convened in Paris on Monday, bringing together leaders from more than 30 countries.
JC Finley
Al-Shabaab terror attack thwarted in Uganda; 19 arrested

Al-Shabaab terror attack thwarted in Uganda; 19 arrested

An al-Shabaab terror cell planning an imminent attack in Uganda has been disrupted, the U.S. Embassy in Kampala announced Sunday.
JC Finley
TV news anchor reveals he has months to live on air

TV news anchor reveals he has months to live on air

WCIA anchor Dave Benton delivered a solemn address to his viewers revealing his brain cancer has returned and he only has months to live.
Aileen Graef
Putin's ultimate goal is to restore Soviet Union, says Ukraine's prime minister

Putin's ultimate goal is to restore Soviet Union, says Ukraine's prime minister

Russia is seeking to restore the former Soviet Union by reclaiming control of Ukraine, Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk asserted Friday.
JC Finley
Taliban fighter who survived 2012 attack sentenced to death

Taliban fighter who survived 2012 attack sentenced to death

The only Taliban fighter to survive the 2012 assault on Camp Bastion was sentenced to death in Afghanistan.
Fred Lambert
Pope Francis marries couple who already parented child

Pope Francis marries couple who already parented child

On Sunday the pope married couples who had cohabited, the latest move indicating Pope Francis' progressive views.
Fred Lambert
Wisconsin police chief states he thinks marijuana should be legal

Wisconsin police chief states he thinks marijuana should be legal

A Wisconsin police chief states he thinks marijuana should be legal and taxed.
Thor Benson
The UN has released its list of leaders attending climate summit

The UN has released its list of leaders attending climate summit

The UN has released the list of world leaders who will be attending their summit on climate change.
Thor Benson
Arab countries offer airstrikes against Islamic State

Arab countries offer airstrikes against Islamic State

Arab countries offered military support, including airstrikes, to combat the Islamic State, say officials who work for Secretary of State John Kerry.
Fred Lambert
Nigerian church collapses killing 44

Nigerian church collapses killing 44

Nigerian church, The Synagogue, Church of All Nations, collapses during expansion project killing 44 people.
Danielle Haynes
Palestinian migrants drown after boat capsizes in Mediterranean

Palestinian migrants drown after boat capsizes in Mediterranean

While attempting to escape war-torn Gaza, fifteen Palestinians drown when their boat capsized in the Mediterranean on Saturday.
Fred Lambert
Fracking may put drinking water supply at risk for many countries, study finds

Fracking may put drinking water supply at risk for many countries, study finds

A new study finds that many places with water scarcity are using too much of their resources on fracking.
Thor Benson
Bernie Sanders says he may run for president in 2016

Bernie Sanders says he may run for president in 2016

On Sunday Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont said on "Meet the Press" that he was thinking about running for president in 2016, possibly as a Democrat.
Fred Lambert
'People's Climate March' will take to the streets of New York before UN Summit

'People's Climate March' will take to the streets of New York before UN Summit

The 'People's Climate March' will draw awareness to climate change in New York on September 21.
Thor Benson
Human Rights Watch: 31 Iraqi civilians killed in airstrike

Human Rights Watch: 31 Iraqi civilians killed in airstrike

After at least 31 displaced civilians were killed in an airstrike in Tikrit, Human Rights Watch says the Iraqi government should investigate.
Fred Lambert
Hurricane Odile now a dangerous category 4 storm

Hurricane Odile now a dangerous category 4 storm

Hurricane Odile strengthened to a Category 4 as it makes its way close to land in Baja California Sur, Mexico, on Sunday.
Danielle Haynes
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