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Kentucky's ban on same-sex marriage overturned

Kentucky's ban on same-sex marriage overturned

Kentucky must allow same-sex couples to marry, a federal judge ruled Tuesday, staying his order until an appeals court rules in similar cases.
Frances Burns
Scotland wants U.S. to lift the ban on haggis

Scotland wants U.S. to lift the ban on haggis

Scotland is renewing a push for the U.S. to lift its ban on importing the traditional Scottish dish of haggis.
Aileen Graef
ISIS leader to world's Muslims: 'Build Islamic State'

ISIS leader to world's Muslims: 'Build Islamic State'

The leader of the new caliphate in Iraq and Syria called on Muslims around the world to emigrate to his "Islamic State."
Ed Adamczyk
Ohio couple, young son killed in small plane crash in Colorado

Ohio couple, young son killed in small plane crash in Colorado

The three people killed when their small plane crashed in Colorado have been identified as an Ohio couple and their 6-year-old son, a coroner said Tuesday.
Frances Burns
Saudi Arabia pledges $500 million to Iraq humanitarian relief

Saudi Arabia pledges $500 million to Iraq humanitarian relief

Saudi Arabia will provide $500 million to the United Nations to aid in Iraq humanitarian relief, the country's Washington embassy announced Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk
Tropical Storm Arthur, first in the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season, is now official

Tropical Storm Arthur, first in the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season, is now official

A tropical depression off Florida's east coast became Tropical Storm Arthur early Tuesday, the first named storm of the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season.
Frances Burns
Obama 'cracks' a joke about the White House pie

Obama 'cracks' a joke about the White House pie

President Obama paid tribute to an outgoing member of his administration Monday that had the crowd wondering what went into the desserts at the execute mansion.
Gabrielle Levy
French ban on burqas upheld by European court

French ban on burqas upheld by European court

France's ban on face veils, or burqas, was upheld Tuesday by the European Court of Human Rights.
Ed Adamczyk
Lenar Whitney: Climate change is the biggest 'deception'

Lenar Whitney: Climate change is the biggest 'deception'

Louisiana State Rep. Lenar Whitney called climate change the "greatest deception" as part of a plan for the administration to increase taxes.
Aileen Graef
ISIS continues advance as Iraq misses crucial opportunity

ISIS continues advance as Iraq misses crucial opportunity

As ISIS continues to threaten Iraq, the newly elected Parliament failed to reach a quorum on Tuesday, delaying government formation.
JC Finley
Malala Yousafzai to be awarded this year's Liberty Medal in Philadelphia

Malala Yousafzai to be awarded this year's Liberty Medal in Philadelphia

Malala Yousafzai, the teenage education advocate who survived a Taliban assassination attempt, will receive this year's Liberty Medal.
Frances Burns
At least 18 killed in Nigeria car bomb explosion

At least 18 killed in Nigeria car bomb explosion

An explosion in northeast Nigeria, the center of activity by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram, killed at least 18 people Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk

Three killed crossing Atlanta highway

Three men were hit and killed by a pickup truck as they tried to cross Interstate 85 on the outskirts of Atlanta early Tuesday.
Frances Burns
Amanda Knox's account of murder is 'hallucination,' says ex-boyfriend

Amanda Knox's account of murder is 'hallucination,' says ex-boyfriend

Raffaele Sollecito continues to distance himself from ex-girlfriend Amanda Knox in preparation for an appeal before Italy's Supreme Court.
JC Finley
Massive pro-democracy demonstration in Hong Kong

Massive pro-democracy demonstration in Hong Kong

A pro-democracy march in Hong Kong Tuesday drew over one million demonstrators, organizers said.
Ed Adamczyk
Iowa teen missing after being swept into storm drain during heavy rain

Iowa teen missing after being swept into storm drain during heavy rain

An Iowa teenager swept into a storm drain during a heavy rainstorm remains missing, while another teen who tried to help him was carried to a lake.
Frances Burns
Iraq parliament fails to reach leadership agreement

Iraq parliament fails to reach leadership agreement

Iraq's parliament failed to make progress in choosing new leadership during its first session Tuesday, with no sign of unity in electing a speaker.
Ed Adamczyk
'Cannibal cop' wins reversal of kidnapping conspiracy conviction

'Cannibal cop' wins reversal of kidnapping conspiracy conviction

A federal judge said New York City's "cannibal cop" appeared to be indulging in "fantasy role-play" and reversed his conviction for kidnapping conspiracy.
Frances Burns
Nigeria raids Boko Haram cell suspected of girls' abductions

Nigeria raids Boko Haram cell suspected of girls' abductions

The Nigerian military said it has arrested Boko Haram leader Babuji Ya'ari following a raid on the Islamist militant group's intelligence unit.
JC Finley
Netanyahu: 'Hamas will pay' for Israeli teens' murder

Netanyahu: 'Hamas will pay' for Israeli teens' murder

Israel launched nighttime airstrikes on Gaza after Monday's discovery of the bodies of three missing Israeli teens.
JC Finley
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy held for questioning by anti-corruption officials

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy held for questioning by anti-corruption officials

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is being held for questioning by anti-corruption officials as part of an investigation into influence peddling.
Evan Bleier
SeaWorld power outage leaves passengers trapped on ride for four hours

SeaWorld power outage leaves passengers trapped on ride for four hours

Due to a power failure, passengers were trapped on SeaWorld's 320-foot-high Skytower ride in San Diego on Sunday.
Kate Stanton
Ukrainian President Poroshenko vows 'We will attack and we will liberate our land'

Ukrainian President Poroshenko vows 'We will attack and we will liberate our land'

Hours after Ukraine's "unilateral ceasefire" expired Monday, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced a military response to the unrest in the east.
JC Finley
Former staffer: Nixon tried to sleep with Jacqueline Kennedy

Former staffer: Nixon tried to sleep with Jacqueline Kennedy

A former White House staffer for the Nixon administration says the former president tried to sleep with Jacqueline Kennedy while a member of Congress.
Matt Bradwell
Five-inch cat in California may be the world's shortest adult feline

Five-inch cat in California may be the world's shortest adult feline

A California woman is awaiting confirmation from the Guinness Book of World Records to determine if her five-inch-tall cat holds is the shortest in the world.
Matt Bradwell
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