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CNN journalist abducted in Ukraine freed

CNN journalist abducted in Ukraine freed

Pro-Russian separatists free CNN freelance reporter Anton Skiba.
Danielle Haynes
U.S. evacuates embassy in Libya

U.S. evacuates embassy in Libya

U.S. Embassy Tripoli was evacuated Saturday due to the deteriorating security situation in Libya, including in close proximity to the embassy.
JC Finley
Israel, Hamas agree to 12-hour ceasefire Saturday

Israel, Hamas agree to 12-hour ceasefire Saturday

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry brokers 12-hour ceasefire between Israel and Hamas on Saturday.
Danielle Haynes
George Zimmerman tries to revive NBC libel lawsuit

George Zimmerman tries to revive NBC libel lawsuit

George Zimmerman files notice of appeal after judge throws out his libel lawsuit against NBC Universal.
Danielle Haynes
Blogger overhears IBM execs discuss sexist hiring practices, live-tweets alleged remarks

Blogger overhears IBM execs discuss sexist hiring practices, live-tweets alleged remarks

A woman says she overheard IBM executives discussing sexist hiring practices and took to Twitter to live-tweet the alleged conversation.
JC Sevcik
Obama discusses influx of refugee children with Central American leaders

Obama discusses influx of refugee children with Central American leaders

President Obama said he told the presidents of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador that action must be taken to slow the "influx" of refugee children.
Frances Burns
Woman infected with Ebola missing from hospital in Sierra Leone

Woman infected with Ebola missing from hospital in Sierra Leone

A 32-year-old woman infected with the Ebola virus is missing from a hospital in Sierra Leone after her relatives forcibly removed her.
JC Finley
Kansas baby dies after foster dad leaves her in hot car

Kansas baby dies after foster dad leaves her in hot car

A foster father in Kansas has been arrested after a 10-month-old girl in his care died after being left in a car for over two hours on a 90-degree day.
Matt Bradwell

Three siblings killed when carjacked SUV hits their fruit stand

Two brothers and their teenage sister were killed Friday in Philadelphia when a carjacked SUV rammed them as they wold fruit for their church.
Frances Burns
Police: Hospital gunman had enough ammo for massacre

Police: Hospital gunman had enough ammo for massacre

The man who allegedly shot a caseworker at a Philadelphia-area hospital had enough ammunition for a massacre, investigators said Friday.
Frances Burns
Man killed trying to save child from being beaten, attacker remains at large

Man killed trying to save child from being beaten, attacker remains at large

Police in Los Angeles are turning to the public to find a man suspected of causing the death of a 57-year-old who tried to prevent him from attacking a child.
Matt Bradwell
Police track woman who left mysterious porcelain dolls in California

Police track woman who left mysterious porcelain dolls in California

Porcelain dolls left on doorsteps in a Southern California community that some people found "creepy" were the work of a woman trying to be nice, police said.
Frances Burns
ISIS claims seizure of Syrian army base

ISIS claims seizure of Syrian army base

The Syrian army is preparing a counter-strike to regain control of the Raqqa army base, which was seized overnight by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria fighters.
JC Finley
85 wealthiest are richer than poorest 3.5 billion

85 wealthiest are richer than poorest 3.5 billion

The U.N.'s annual Human Development Report released Thursday shows that the world's 85 richest people are wealthier than the poorest 3.5 billion.
Aileen Graef
Portland teens jailed for carving swastika into 16-year-old boy's face

Portland teens jailed for carving swastika into 16-year-old boy's face

A pair of Oregon teens will spend nearly a decade behind bars after pleading guilty to kidnapping and brutally torturing one of their classmates in February.
Matt Bradwell
Virginia governor: People at campground had almost no warning of tornado

Virginia governor: People at campground had almost no warning of tornado

The tornado that killed a New Jersey couple at a campground on Virginia's Eastern Shore touched down with almost no warning, Gov. Terry McAuliffe said.
Frances Burns
WH adviser defies House subpoena (again)

WH adviser defies House subpoena (again)

White House adviser David Simas was a no-show at a congressional Oversight Committee hearing Friday, despite a subpoena demanding he testify.
Gabrielle Levy
Libya's defense ministry urges end to 'senseless fighting' in Tripoli and Benghazi

Libya's defense ministry urges end to 'senseless fighting' in Tripoli and Benghazi

Libya's Ministry of Defense issued a plea Friday urging all parties in Benghazi and Tripoli to put an end to the "senseless fighting."
JC Finley
Venezuelan senior official detained in Aruba on drug charges

Venezuelan senior official detained in Aruba on drug charges

At the request of the U.S., Dutch officials on the island of Aruba detained senior Venezuelan official Gen. Hugo Carvajal, who is accused of drug trafficking.
JC Finley
German firms would back Russian sanctions, business leader says

German firms would back Russian sanctions, business leader says

German industries would support tougher sanctions against Russia, the leader of a German business organization said Friday.
Ed Adamczyk
California to stage its own 'Running of the Bulls' in face of controversy

California to stage its own 'Running of the Bulls' in face of controversy

Despite efforts by activists to shut it down, the Great Bull Run -- a touring Pamplona-style running of the bulls -- will take place on Saturday in California.
Matt Bradwell
Elderly man who shot fleeing woman in the back says he would do it again

Elderly man who shot fleeing woman in the back says he would do it again

An elderly Los Angeles-area man who shot an unarmed woman in the back after a burglary said he fired even though she told him she was pregnant.
Frances Burns
Israeli cabinet rejects Kerry's cease-fire plan

Israeli cabinet rejects Kerry's cease-fire plan

The Israeli cabinet Friday rejected U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's peace plan in Gaza that called for a one-week humanitarian cease-fire.
Ed Adamczyk

Carjackers drive into crowd in Philadelphia, killing 2 children

Two carjackers lost control of a stolen SUV and drove into a group of people at a fruit stand Friday morning, killing two children, Philadelphia police said.
Frances Burns

Jogger killed by dogs in Michigan

Two Michigan dogs that killed a jogger were behind bars Friday at an animal shelter, and their owner could face a prison sentence if convicted of manslaughter.
Frances Burns
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