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Child welfare officials vistied Florida mother of six after she tested positive for drugs

Child welfare officials vistied Florida mother of six after she tested positive for drugs

Florida Dept. of Children and Families opened a case into Sarah Spirit after she tested positive for synthetic marijuana while on probation for grand theft.
Heather Records
Arrest warrant issued for 'person of interest' in missing UVA student case

Arrest warrant issued for 'person of interest' in missing UVA student case

Charlottesville, Va. police have issued an arrest warrant for Jesse Leroy Matthew Jr., a "person of interest" in the case of missing UVA student.
Heather Records
Poll: Support for gay marriage could be leveling off

Poll: Support for gay marriage could be leveling off

Support for same-sex marriage dropped about 5 percentage points between February and September, the Pew Research Center said Monday.
Frances Burns
Seattle City Attorney wants 86 pot tickets dismissed as racially biased

Seattle City Attorney wants 86 pot tickets dismissed as racially biased

Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes requested the city dismiss all citations issued so far this year for the public consumption of marijuana as racially biased.
JC Sevcik
Convicted killer recaptured 8 hours after Texas prison break

Convicted killer recaptured 8 hours after Texas prison break

Convicted killer Marvin Garcia, who climbed the fence of a prison near Amarillo, Texas, was on the loose for less than eight hours before he was recaptured.
Frances Burns
Great white shark circling surfers photographed by drone

Great white shark circling surfers photographed by drone

It's a sight no surfer wants to see: A huge shark, circling in the water under his board.
Gabrielle Levy
Prosecutor: White House fence-jumper 'a danger to the president'

Prosecutor: White House fence-jumper 'a danger to the president'

Omar Gonzalez, charged with jumping the White House fence, was arrested in Virginia in July with a sawed-off shotgun and rifle in his car, prosecutors said.
Frances Burns
Mary Burke defends against plagiarism accusations

Mary Burke defends against plagiarism accusations

Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke continued to fend off criticism over parts of her economics platform that were plagiarized.
Gabrielle Levy
Rice calls for continuation of U.S. ties with S.E. Asia

Rice calls for continuation of U.S. ties with S.E. Asia

Susan Rice, President Obama's national security adviser, called for enactment of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement Monday.
Ed Adamczyk
UNHCR discusses the Syrian refugee crisis, as 200,000 Syrians flee to Turkey

UNHCR discusses the Syrian refugee crisis, as 200,000 Syrians flee to Turkey

UPI sat down with UNHCR representative Carol Batchelor to discuss the Syrian refugee crisis in Turkey.
JC Finley
King Fire grows by only 5,000 acres overnnight as temperature dips

King Fire grows by only 5,000 acres overnnight as temperature dips

The more than 5,000 firefighters struggling to contain California's massive King Fire got some help from the weather Monday.
Frances Burns
Lois Lerner says she did nothing wrong at the IRS

Lois Lerner says she did nothing wrong at the IRS

Lois Lerner, the former head of the exempt organizations unit at the Internal Revenue Service, says she is apolitical and administered the law without bias.
Frances Burns
Kerry discusses Islamic State with Iranian counterpart

Kerry discusses Islamic State with Iranian counterpart

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif held a rare face-to-face meeting on the Islamic State and Tehran's nuclear program.
Ed Adamczyk
Missing Afghan soldiers stopped at Canada border trying to seek asylum

Missing Afghan soldiers stopped at Canada border trying to seek asylum

Three Afghan soldiers who went missing during a training conference in Cape Cod have been stopped trying to cross into Canada near Niagara Falls.
Gabrielle Levy
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says 'no' to international ground forces

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says 'no' to international ground forces

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stated his objection Monday to the introduction of international ground forces into Iraq.
JC Finley
Rockefellers will divest fossil fuel investments

Rockefellers will divest fossil fuel investments

The Rockefellers have heard the message of climate change activists and plan to roll back their investments in fossil fuels.
Gabrielle Levy
Poland buys medium-range missiles from U.S.

Poland buys medium-range missiles from U.S.

Poland will purchase medium-range cruise missiles from the United States, a sale announced Monday by the U.S. State Department.
Ed Adamczyk
Woman struck by cyclist in Central Park dies

Woman struck by cyclist in Central Park dies

Jill Tarlov, who had been on a ventilator since she was hit by a cyclist in New York's Central Park, has died, her husband said Monday.
Frances Burns
Chad to become 37th African state to ban homosexuality

Chad to become 37th African state to ban homosexuality

Government ministers of the West African nation of Chad voted Monday to make same-sex relations a crime, the 37th African nation to enact such a law.
Ed Adamczyk
Cameroon claims Boko Haram leader Shekau killed

Cameroon claims Boko Haram leader Shekau killed

Abubakar Shekau, leader of the Boko Haram militant movement in western Africa, has been killed, the Cameroonian army claims.
Ed Adamczyk
Moscow anti-war rally draws thousands

Moscow anti-war rally draws thousands

A Moscow demonstration, protesting Russia's involvement in Ukraine, drew thousands of participants.
Ed Adamczyk
Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine form military brigade to strengthen regional stability

Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine form military brigade to strengthen regional stability

Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine have agreed to form a brigade to increase confidence and cooperation among the three countries, and bolster regional security.
JC Finley
Afghan soldiers go missing from Cape Cod conference

Afghan soldiers go missing from Cape Cod conference

Three soldiers from the Afghan National Army participating in a training exercise on Cape Cod are missing after a shopping trip.
Gabrielle Levy
Hong Kong students begin pro-democracy protest

Hong Kong students begin pro-democracy protest

Hong Kong university students began a five-day boycott of classes Monday to protest against Beijing's denial of democratic elections in the city.
Ed Adamczyk
Hiker dead in apparent bear attack in New Jersey

Hiker dead in apparent bear attack in New Jersey

A young man hiking with friends in northwestern New Jersey died in what appeared to be an attack by a black bear.
Frances Burns
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