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Lumberton grandpa shoots granddaughter's would-be rapist

Lumberton grandpa shoots granddaughter's would-be rapist

A North Carolina grandfather managed to halt a home invasion in progress when he fired back at a trio of armed men who broke into his home Monday night.
Gabrielle Levy
Ottawa assault: PM went to closet, MPs made spears from flagpoles

Ottawa assault: PM went to closet, MPs made spears from flagpoles

As details emerge of Wednesday's assault on Canada's Parliament building in Ottawa, a legislator said weapons were being made by Parliament members in hiding.
Ed Adamczyk
Health officials to New Yorkers: stay calm as steps are taken to keep city safe from Ebola

Health officials to New Yorkers: stay calm as steps are taken to keep city safe from Ebola

Officials are urging New Yorkers to stay calm as authorities take steps to ensure Craig Spencer's Ebola diagnosis is not the start of a citywide outbreak.
Matt Bradwell
Black Hawk Down soldier dies at 52

Black Hawk Down soldier dies at 52

A decorated soldier who took part in the battle of Mogadishu depicted in "Black Hawk Down" died earlier this month at the age of 52.
Gabrielle Levy
U.S. outlines strategy to combat Islamic State funding

U.S. outlines strategy to combat Islamic State funding

A senior U.S. Treasury Department official described Thursday how the U.S. is tracking and attempting to disrupt the Islamic State's financial foundation.
JC Finley
Parents of Islamic State hostage Peter Kassig 'request instruction' from IS

Parents of Islamic State hostage Peter Kassig 'request instruction' from IS

Paula Kassig, the mother of Peter Kassig, an American aid worker held hostage by the Islamic State, again reached out to his captors using Twitter Thursday.
JC Finley
European Union pledges $1.26 billion to fight Ebola

European Union pledges $1.26 billion to fight Ebola

The European Union committed one billion euros ($1.26 billion) to combat the spread of the Ebola virus Friday.
Ed Adamczyk
U.S. airstrikes succeeding in cutting oil financing for Islamic State

U.S. airstrikes succeeding in cutting oil financing for Islamic State

Air assault against Islamic State-controlled oil infrastructure may be degrading the militant group's finances, but total destruction may require more effort.
Daniel Graeber
Former aide to RFK Frank Mankiewicz dies at 90

Former aide to RFK Frank Mankiewicz dies at 90

Frank Mankiewicz, the press aide who announced Robert F. Kennedy's death, died on Oct. 23 at the age of 90 after three weeks in intensive care.
Aileen Graef
Putin accuses U.S. of upsetting global order

Putin accuses U.S. of upsetting global order

Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the United States of unbalancing global relations and blackmailing world leaders Friday.
Ed Adamczyk
Republican Charlie Baker leads Dem. Martha Coakley by 9 points for Mass. governor

Republican Charlie Baker leads Dem. Martha Coakley by 9 points for Mass. governor

Martha Coakley currently trails Republican challenger Charlie Baker by 9 points, setting up a difficult closing stretch in what's typically a deep blue state.
Matt Bradwell
Canadian Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, evacuated

Canadian Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, evacuated

The Canadian Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, was evacuated Friday after a package of unidentified yellow powder was delivered.
Ed Adamczyk
Canada: no connection between Ottawa shooter, jihadists

Canada: no connection between Ottawa shooter, jihadists

There is no link between a gunman who attacked the Ottawa, Canada, Parliament and Islamist groups in the Middle East, Canada's Foreign Minister said.
Ed Adamczyk
Sweden ends search for suspected Russia submarine

Sweden ends search for suspected Russia submarine

Sweden's military has called off a search for a suspected Russian submarine reportedly sighted south of Stockholm.
JC Finley
U.S. investigating whether Islamic State launched chlorine attack in Iraq

U.S. investigating whether Islamic State launched chlorine attack in Iraq

The Islamic State allegedly launched a chlorine attack against Iraq's security forces in Duluiyah, near Balad, on Sept. 15.
JC Finley
Mexico governor steps down amid criticism over search for missing students

Mexico governor steps down amid criticism over search for missing students

Angel Aguirre, the governor of Mexico's Guerrero state, announced Thursday he will step down so as not to impede the investigation into the missing students.
JC Finley
Hatchet-wielding man shot dead after attacking NYC police officers

Hatchet-wielding man shot dead after attacking NYC police officers

A NYC police officer was critically wounded and another was hospitalized in an attack by a hatchet-wielding man who was shot dead in the melee.
Matt Bradwell
North Korea: South's leaflet campaign 'declaration of war'

North Korea: South's leaflet campaign 'declaration of war'

North Korea said Friday that propaganda leaflets sent by balloon from South Korea is tantamount to a declaration of war.
JC Finley
Doctor tests positive for Ebola virus in New York City

Doctor tests positive for Ebola virus in New York City

Dr. Craig Spencer tested positive for Ebola virus Thursday in New York City.
Annie Martin
Labor Secretary Perez embarrassed by minimum wage; 'Christie has his head in the sand'

Labor Secretary Perez embarrassed by minimum wage; 'Christie has his head in the sand'

Labor Secretary Tom Perez criticized New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and other Republicans who oppose increasing the minimum wage.
JC Sevcik
Helicopter and plane collide over Maryland airfield

Helicopter and plane collide over Maryland airfield

Three people are dead after a small plane collided with helicopter in midair Thursday afternoon in Maryland.
Brooks Hays
Ebola blood-therapy team in place as crisis spreads in West Africa

Ebola blood-therapy team in place as crisis spreads in West Africa

In Guinea, an international team of scientists is working to determine whether the blood of Ebola survivors can be used effectively to treat patients.
ZP Heller
Police find gun Alan Hruby used to kill his family

Police find gun Alan Hruby used to kill his family

A police search of Alan Hruby's storage unit revealed the handgun he claimed he used in the murder of his parents and younger sister on Oct. 9.
Aileen Graef
Joni Ernst dodges newspaper editorial meetings after controversial gun comments

Joni Ernst dodges newspaper editorial meetings after controversial gun comments

Iowa Republican Senate nominee Joni Ernst canceled a meeting with the editorial board of the Des Moines Register Thursday morning.
Matt Bradwell
SUNY Canton cancels classes over threat

SUNY Canton cancels classes over threat

Classes were canceled and campus put on lockdown Thursday at the State University of New York at Canton after two death threats appeared on social media.
Gabrielle Levy
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