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Pentagon identifies U.S. Army general killed by Afghan gunman in Kabul

Pentagon identifies U.S. Army general killed by Afghan gunman in Kabul

The Pentagon identified the two-star U.S. Army general killed Tuesday by an Afghan soldier in Kabul as Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene.
JC Finley
Son of Philadelphia congressman charged with bank fraud

Son of Philadelphia congressman charged with bank fraud

The son of U.S. Rep. .Chaka Fattah was charged Tuesday in Philadelphia with defrauding banks of thousands of dollars in bad loans.
Frances Burns
Russia requests U.N. Security Council meeting on Ukraine

Russia requests U.N. Security Council meeting on Ukraine

On Tuesday, Russia requested the United Nations Security Council hold an emergency session on Ukraine.
JC Finley
Wyoming couple kept 7-year-old in outdoor metal cage for three weeks

Wyoming couple kept 7-year-old in outdoor metal cage for three weeks

A Wyoming couple will appear in Circuit Court Thursday on charges they kept a 7-year-old child in an outdoor cage for nearly a month.
Matt Bradwell

Landslide destroys home in Salt Lake City suburb

A hillside in a Salt Lake City suburb crumbled early Tuesday, destroying at least one house and forcing the evacuation of 20 others and the closing of a private club.
Frances Burns
Ex-cop charged in Wisconsin with murder of woman found in suitcase

Ex-cop charged in Wisconsin with murder of woman found in suitcase

Steven Zelich, the former police officer charged with dumping the bodies of two women in suitcases, was formally charged Tuesday with intentional murder.
Frances Burns
Heavy fighting reported in Donetsk as Ukrainian military closes in

Heavy fighting reported in Donetsk as Ukrainian military closes in

As the Ukrainian military closes in on the rebel-stronghold of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, there were reports Tuesday of heavy fighting.
JC Finley
Obama signs executive order to establish advisory council on investment in Africa

Obama signs executive order to establish advisory council on investment in Africa

U.S. President Barack Obama signed an executive order Tuesday to establish the President's Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa.
JC Finley
Video captures two 'dreamers' confronting Rand Paul and Steve King at fundraiser

Video captures two 'dreamers' confronting Rand Paul and Steve King at fundraiser

A fundraiser in Iowa got heated when two "dreamers" approached Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, to confront them about defunding DACA.
Aileen Graef
Watch live as rescuers respond to Times Square double-decker bus crash

Watch live as rescuers respond to Times Square double-decker bus crash

Roughly a dozen people are injured after a pair of double-decker buses collided in Times Square on Tuesday afternoon.
Matt Bradwell
KSU president takes $90K pay cut to give minimum wage workers a raise

KSU president takes $90K pay cut to give minimum wage workers a raise

The interim president of Kentucky State University volunteered to take a $90K cut in pay to give the school's minimum wage workers a $3/hr raise.
JC Sevcik
Convicted killer Jodi Arias to represent herself at penalty hearing

Convicted killer Jodi Arias to represent herself at penalty hearing

Jodi Arias has been given permission to act as her own lawyer at a hearing in Phoenix to determine if she should be sentenced to death.
Frances Burns
Over 130 busted in Tampa Bay-area child sex sting

Over 130 busted in Tampa Bay-area child sex sting

Local and federal law enforcement agencies combined their efforts to bust over 130 suspected sex offenders in Tampa as part of "Operation Cyber Vigilance."
Matt Bradwell

FBI joins search for missing Washington State girl

The FBI has joined the search for a missing 6-year-old Washington State girl, authorities said Tuesday.
Frances Burns
Embassy workers file lawsuit alleging CNN correspondent Arwa Damon bit them while drunk

Embassy workers file lawsuit alleging CNN correspondent Arwa Damon bit them while drunk

Two workers at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad have filed a lawsuit claiming that CNN correspondent Arwa Damon bit them while she was drunk.
Evan Bleier
Rifle-toting Arizona man carried AR-15 in airport as 'political statement'

Rifle-toting Arizona man carried AR-15 in airport as 'political statement'

An Arizona man arrested at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport claimed he was making a political statement when he entered the airport armed with an AR-15 rifle.
Matt Bradwell
Utah appeals to U.S. Supreme Court on gay marriage

Utah appeals to U.S. Supreme Court on gay marriage

Utah asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a judge's ruling that its constitutional amendment banning same-sex marrige violates the U.S. Constitution.
Frances Burns
Boy, 9, fatally stabbed on Mich. playground by 12-year-old

Boy, 9, fatally stabbed on Mich. playground by 12-year-old

A 12-year-old fatally stabbed a younger boy on a playground and then went to a nearby house to call 911, police in Kentwood, Mich., said.
Frances Burns
Mass. firefighter poisoned neighbors chickens for 'mocking' him

Mass. firefighter poisoned neighbors chickens for 'mocking' him

A Massachusetts firefighter has been put on administrative leave after he admitted to 11 charges of killing his neighbor's chickens by feeding them rat poison.
Matt Bradwell

Philadelphia men charged with stray bullet killing of 3-year-old girl

Two young Philadelphia men have been charged with killing a 3-year-old girl, who was hit by a stray bullet as her hair was being braided.
Frances Burns
Florida police officer fired for taunting hungry inmate with McDonald's fries

Florida police officer fired for taunting hungry inmate with McDonald's fries

A police officer is out of a job after an investigation determined he taunted a hungry inmate with McDonald's french fries before threatening to Taser him.
Matt Bradwell
White House, Senate intel panel argue over torture report redactions

White House, Senate intel panel argue over torture report redactions

The Obama administration and the Senate Intelligence Committee are arguing over the number of redactions in the anticipated report on the CIA's use of torture.
Aileen Graef
British Airways cancels flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone, citing Ebola concerns

British Airways cancels flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone, citing Ebola concerns

British Airways said it will suspend direct flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone effective Wednesday, due to concerns of the Ebola virus in West Africa.
JC Finley

Tenn. man pleads guilty to killing in-laws with package bomb

A Tennessee man admitted Tuesday that he killed his wife's parents with an explosive device disguised as a lamp delivered by FedEx.
Frances Burns
Nelson Mandela's ex-wife seeks control of childhood home

Nelson Mandela's ex-wife seeks control of childhood home

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, an ex-wife of former South African President Nelson Mandela, has issued a legal claim on his childhood home in Qunu.
JC Finley
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