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Snowden: We were the ones who accidentally cut off Syria's Internet

Snowden: We were the ones who accidentally cut off Syria's Internet

Edward Snowden revealed that the NSA accidentally shut off the Internet in Syria in 2012 -- an event the media blamed on Assad.
Aileen Graef
Former mayor in China gets 13 years for corruption

Former mayor in China gets 13 years for corruption

A Chinese former mayor received a 13-year prison sentence for embezzlement and bribery, while a bank executive will be tried for similar crimes.
Ed Adamczyk
With Mount Sinjar crisis over, Obama authorizes continued airstrikes against Islamic State

With Mount Sinjar crisis over, Obama authorizes continued airstrikes against Islamic State

U.S. President Barack Obama announced Thursday that aid drops to Mount Sinjar will cease while targeted airstrikes against Islamic State militants continue.
JC Finley
Are voter ID laws targeting youth?

Are voter ID laws targeting youth?

A growing number of states have set restrictions on voting that critics say are intended to erect barriers for young people.
Michael Smith and Christen Simeral, Medill News Service
Steve King: Ferguson protesters all share a 'continental origin'

Steve King: Ferguson protesters all share a 'continental origin'

Rep. Steve King says racial profiling isn't a concern at the protests in Ferguson as the protesters all share a single "continental origin."
Matt Bradwell
African Union pledges $1 million to combat Ebola

African Union pledges $1 million to combat Ebola

The African Union announced Wednesday it will dedicate $1 million to help combat the deadly spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa.
JC Finley
Politicians partake in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Politicians partake in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Members of Congress and politicians around the country joined in the viral video trend by dumping buckets of ice over their head to raise awareness of ALS.
Aileen Graef
Pope requests Kia Soul as South Korean Popemobile

Pope requests Kia Soul as South Korean Popemobile

Pope Francis requested a small, South Korea-built car as he visited the country this week, and got one, a tiny Kia Soul.
Ed Adamczyk
Ukrainian separatist military leader Strelkov resigns

Ukrainian separatist military leader Strelkov resigns

Igor Girkin, better known as "Strelkov," the defense chief of pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine, has resigned, it was confirmed Thursday.
Ed Adamczyk
Oxford Dictionaries adds 'YOLO,' 'binge-watch,' 'hot mess'

Oxford Dictionaries adds 'YOLO,' 'binge-watch,' 'hot mess'

Oxford Dictionaries added a slew of new words to OxfordDictionaries.com on Wednesday, including "YOLO," "binge-watch" and "hot mess."
Annie Martin
WATCH LIVE: President Obama speaks on Ferguson, Iraq

WATCH LIVE: President Obama speaks on Ferguson, Iraq

President Obama will step away from his vacation for the second time in four days to address the country live.
Gabrielle Levy
Gene Simmons to fellow immigrants: 'Learn to speak goddamn English'

Gene Simmons to fellow immigrants: 'Learn to speak goddamn English'

KISS frontman Gene Simmons had strong advice for fellow immigrants in an interview with the Huffington Post, urging them to "learn to speak goddamn English."
Matt Bradwell
Russian military drills on disputed islands anger Japan

Russian military drills on disputed islands anger Japan

Japan protested Russian military exercises conducted on two of the Kuril Islands in the Pacific Ocean, islands claimed by both countries.
Ed Adamczyk
OPCW: All sarin precursors removed from Syria have been destroyed

OPCW: All sarin precursors removed from Syria have been destroyed

The OPCW announced Wednesday that all 581 metric tons of sarin precursor chemicals removed from Syria have been successfully destroyed.
JC Finley
New Orleans tugboat captain killed by falling crane

New Orleans tugboat captain killed by falling crane

The captain of a New Orleans tugboat was killed early Thursday when a crane on a barge struck a bridge over the Industrial Canal.
Frances Burns
Cease-fire extension between Israel and Hamas holds despite violence

Cease-fire extension between Israel and Hamas holds despite violence

A five-day cease-fire has taken hold between Israel and Hamas despite the exchange of rocket fire Wednesday night.
Aileen Graef
Chinese dissident Gao 'destroyed' by imprisonment, lawyer says

Chinese dissident Gao 'destroyed' by imprisonment, lawyer says

Chinese dissident Gao Zhisheng, released last week after three years' imprisonment, was "utterly destroyed" by his incarceration, his lawyer said.
Ed Adamczyk
WHO criticizes airlines for canceling flights to West Africa

WHO criticizes airlines for canceling flights to West Africa

The World Health Organization took to Twitter on Thursday to emphasize the minimal risk Ebola poses to airline travel.
JC Finley

Amber Alert: Amish girls feared abducted in New York State

Two Amish sisters disappeared while working at their family's roadside stand in northern New York State and are feared abducted, police said.
Frances Burns
Mo. State Highway Patrol to take over security in Ferguson [UPDATE]

Mo. State Highway Patrol to take over security in Ferguson [UPDATE]

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon will remove St. Louis County police from Ferguson, after five days of clashes between protesters and cops showed no signs of slowing.
Gabrielle Levy
U.N. grades Iraq's humanitarian crisis as most severe

U.N. grades Iraq's humanitarian crisis as most severe

The United Nations assigned a "Level 3" grade, the highest level of emergency, to the humanitarian crisis in Iraq.
Ed Adamczyk
Anonymous claims to ID Ferguson cop who shot Michael Brown

Anonymous claims to ID Ferguson cop who shot Michael Brown

The hacker group Anonymous claims it has released the identity of the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager, in Ferguson, Mo.
Gabrielle Levy
Anti-government protests expected as Pakistan marks independence

Anti-government protests expected as Pakistan marks independence

As Pakistan marks its independence from the British Raj on Thursday, tens of thousands of anti-government protesters are expected to demonstrate in Islamabad.
JC Finley
Russian aid convoy continues to Ukraine border

Russian aid convoy continues to Ukraine border

A convoy of over 200 aid trucks continued its journey from Russia to the Ukrainian border Thursday, despite demands from the Kiev government that it stop.
Ed Adamczyk
Couple suspected in child's death arrested after 5 years on the run

Couple suspected in child's death arrested after 5 years on the run

A couple suspected of killing their 2-year-old adopted daughter in Mississippi were arrested at a Portland, Ore., mall after five years on the run.
Frances Burns
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