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Three banks accused of rigging silver prices

Three banks accused of rigging silver prices

Three international banks were accused in a U.S. lawsuit of manipulating the daily benchmark price for silver.
Ed Adamczyk
Cousin of Karzai killed in suicide bombing

Cousin of Karzai killed in suicide bombing

Hashmat Karzai, a cousin of Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai, was killed by a suicide bomber, officials reported.
Ed Adamczyk
Daughter of soldier fatally struck by plane on Florida beach dies as well

Daughter of soldier fatally struck by plane on Florida beach dies as well

A 9-year-old Georgia girl vacationing in Florida died Tuesday after getting struck by a plane on Sunday in a tragic accident that killed her father as well.
Matt Bradwell
Prince Harry pulls off 'Royal Photobomb' at Commonwealth Games

Prince Harry pulls off 'Royal Photobomb' at Commonwealth Games

Prince Harry dropped a "Royal Photobomb" of his own at the Commonwealth Games just days after Queen Elizabeth bombed members of the Hockeyroos.
Evan Bleier
U.S.: Russia violated 1987 missile treaty by testing nuclear cruise missile

U.S.: Russia violated 1987 missile treaty by testing nuclear cruise missile

U.S. President Barack Obama told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday that Russia was in violation of the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty.
JC Finley
China's former security chief investigated in corruption probe

China's former security chief investigated in corruption probe

An investigation of retired domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang is underway, part of a broad corruption inquiry, the Chinese Communist Party announced.
Ed Adamczyk
44,000 marijuana plants discovered on massive Texas grow operation

44,000 marijuana plants discovered on massive Texas grow operation

A man is in custody and another remains at large after Texas police busted a large-scale marijuana grow operation with over 40,000 plants in 13 separate fields.
Matt Bradwell
International Tiger Day celebrated July 29

International Tiger Day celebrated July 29

Although International Tiger Day is today, July 29, the rapidly declining tiger population probably isn't a reason to roar but more of a cause to growl.
Evan Bleier
Judge rules against Donald Sterling, Shelly will sell Clippers to Steve Ballmer

Judge rules against Donald Sterling, Shelly will sell Clippers to Steve Ballmer

A Superior Court judge ruled against Donald Sterling on Monday, clearing the way for wife Shelly to sell the L.A. Clippers to Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.
Matt Bradwell
John Walsh's new show leads police to suspect in just 8 days

John Walsh's new show leads police to suspect in just 8 days

A suspect featured on the July 20 episode of John Walsh's "The Hunt" on CNN was tracked down and killed by police in New York City eight days later.
Evan Bleier
Israel bombs Gaza's only power plant as Netanyahu promises 'prolonged campaign'

Israel bombs Gaza's only power plant as Netanyahu promises 'prolonged campaign'

Gaza's only power station was destroyed by Israeli missiles Tuesday, the latest in the increasingly volatile conflict between the Israeli government and Hamas.
Matt Bradwell
Governor tried, failed to live on minimum wage for a week, ran out of bologna

Governor tried, failed to live on minimum wage for a week, ran out of bologna

Former Democratic governor of Ohio Ted Strickland tried to live on minimum wage for a week and ran out of money.
JC Sevcik
North Carolina AG will stop defending state's gay marriage ban

North Carolina AG will stop defending state's gay marriage ban

On the heels of another court victory for same-sex marriage, North Carolina's attorney general says his office will stop defending the state's law.
Gabrielle Levy
Iowa GOP nominee says states can nullify federal laws

Iowa GOP nominee says states can nullify federal laws

Iowa Senate candidate Joni Ernst may wish to brush up on her high school civics after she was caught saying states can nullify federal law.
Gabrielle Levy
Nigeria bans cars during Eid to curb Boko Haram attacks

Nigeria bans cars during Eid to curb Boko Haram attacks

In an attempt to prevent car bombings by Boko Haram during Eid, authorities in Nigeria's Borno State have banned vehicles during the three-day celebration.
JC Finley
2 young men charged with killing children hit by carjacked SUV

2 young men charged with killing children hit by carjacked SUV

Two Philadelphia men carjacked and raped a real estate agent before killing three children when they lost control of the stolen SUV, prosecutors said Monday.
Frances Burns
Man charged with kidnapping N.H. teen who vanished for months

Man charged with kidnapping N.H. teen who vanished for months

A New Hampshire man was charged Monday with kidnapping a teenager who disappeared nine months ago while walking home from school.
Frances Burns
Poll: 'Very religious' in U.S. still tend to vote Republican

Poll: 'Very religious' in U.S. still tend to vote Republican

Voters in the U.S. who describe themselves as "very religious" are still more likely to gravitate to the Republican Party, said a Gallup poll released Monday.
Frances Burns
25,000 baby montiors sold at Amazon and Babies 'R' Us recalled for strangulation risk

25,000 baby montiors sold at Amazon and Babies 'R' Us recalled for strangulation risk

Tens of thousands of high-end baby monitors made by Mayborn USA have been recalled for a strangulation risk associated with their power cords.
Matt Bradwell
Federal court strikes down Va. marriage ban

Federal court strikes down Va. marriage ban

A federal appeals court in Virginia has struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage, becoming the second appeals court to do so.
Gabrielle Levy
Parolee guilty of killing police officer, construction worker

Parolee guilty of killing police officer, construction worker

A New York City parolee was convicted Monday of killing a police officer on Long Island and then gunning down a construction worker for his car.
Frances Burns
New California law lets underage students taste alcohol

New California law lets underage students taste alcohol

Underage students in California enrolled in brewing or winemaking classes are now legally allowed to drink alcohol during lessons, provided they spit it out.
Matt Bradwell
Lawyer: Philadelphia teen admits part in deadly carjacking

Lawyer: Philadelphia teen admits part in deadly carjacking

A Philadelphia man wants to "atone" for his part in a carjacking that killed three children when the vehicle swerved into a family selling fruit.
Frances Burns
Spanish city of Seville bans outdoor noise

Spanish city of Seville bans outdoor noise

A city in Spain is trying to get some peace and quiet after passing several restrictions in an attempt to rid the town of all outdoor noise.
Aileen Graef
40,000 pounds of fruit spills from overturned truck on California highway

40,000 pounds of fruit spills from overturned truck on California highway

A tractor-trailer overturned on the highway outside San Francisco, spilling over 40,000 pounds of fruit onto the highway and causing massive traffic delays.
Matt Bradwell
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