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Putin mocks trapped Ukrainian soldiers, urges rebels to release them

Putin mocks trapped Ukrainian soldiers, urges rebels to release them

Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko ordered a reinstatement of national military conscription in response to what appears to be a full-scale Russian invasion.
Gabrielle Levy
3 million refugees have fled Syria's war so far

3 million refugees have fled Syria's war so far

Nearly half of the Syrian population has been "forced to abandon their homes and flee for their lives," due to the three-year civil war, the U.N. said Friday.
Gabrielle Levy
Obama speaks on Iraq, Syria, the Islamic State threat, and Ukraine

Obama speaks on Iraq, Syria, the Islamic State threat, and Ukraine

U.S. President Barack Obama spoke Thursday about the conflicts in Iraq and Syria, acknowledging that with regard to the latter: "We don't have a strategy yet."
JC Finley
High-ranking Chicago police officer charged with putting gun in man's mouth

High-ranking Chicago police officer charged with putting gun in man's mouth

A Chicago police commander who allegedly stuck a gun in a suspect's mouth has been suspended and faces criminal charges.
Frances Burns
Lawsuit filed on behalf of arrested protesters in Ferguson, Mo.

Lawsuit filed on behalf of arrested protesters in Ferguson, Mo.

Police were "out of control" in their response to demonstrations in Ferguson, Mo., a lawyer said Thursday as he sued the city and St. Louis County.
Frances Burns
U.N. predicts Afghan presidential vote audit to take until Sept. 10

U.N. predicts Afghan presidential vote audit to take until Sept. 10

The U.N.'s special representative to Afghanistan announced on Thursday that Afghanistan's presidential vote audit is expected to conclude on September 10.
JC Finley
Last witness testifies at Va. Gov. McDonnell's trial

Last witness testifies at Va. Gov. McDonnell's trial

The final witness testified Thursday in the corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Robert McDonnell and his wife, Maureen.
Frances Burns
Chile's first openly gay sailor receives support from armed forces

Chile's first openly gay sailor receives support from armed forces

Mauricio Ruiz has come out as the first openly gay member of Chile's armed forces.
JC Finley
Islamic State claims mass execution of 250 Syrian soldiers

Islamic State claims mass execution of 250 Syrian soldiers

Islamic State militants claimed Thursday to have executed 250 Syrian soldiers at an airbase in Syria's northeastern Raqqa Province.
JC Finley
Autopsy: Clayton Lockett killed by lethal drugs, not heart attack

Autopsy: Clayton Lockett killed by lethal drugs, not heart attack

Clayton Lockett, the Oklahoma inmate who died after his execution was halted, was killed by the drugs given him, not a heart attack, an autopsy report said.
Frances Burns
Search for missing plane continues with new clues

Search for missing plane continues with new clues

Search teams seeking the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared in March will look further south in their present search area.
Ed Adamczyk
Search expands for pilot of crashed U.S. military jet in rural Virginia

Search expands for pilot of crashed U.S. military jet in rural Virginia

The U.S. Air National Guard said Thursday that the search is expanding for the missing pilot whose F-15C Eagle crash landed in rural Virginia on Wednesday.
JC Finley
U.K. officials surround Cardiff Castle with 'Ring of Steel' for NATO summit

U.K. officials surround Cardiff Castle with 'Ring of Steel' for NATO summit

U.K. security officials are preparing for the NATO summit in September by placing a "Ring of Steel" along the perimeter of Cardiff Castle and Newport in Wales.
Aileen Graef
Federal judge strikes down polygamy ban in Utah

Federal judge strikes down polygamy ban in Utah

A federal judge has ruled a portion of Utah's ban on plural marriage unconstitutional Wednesday, essentially decriminalizing the practice in the state.
Gabrielle Levy
NORAD scrambled to escort Canadian plane because of rowdy, drunken passengers

NORAD scrambled to escort Canadian plane because of rowdy, drunken passengers

NORAD scrambled two fighter jets Wednesday to escort a Canadian airliner after the flight was disrupted by the drunken behavior of two female passengers.
JC Finley
Norwegian brewery withdraws sulphur-smelling beer

Norwegian brewery withdraws sulphur-smelling beer

Beer described by a local newspaper as "fart-smelling" was pulled from shelves Thursday by its Norwegian manufacturer.
Ed Adamczyk
Indian PM Modi seeks universal access to banking

Indian PM Modi seeks universal access to banking

India's government began a campaign to take banking to the poor Thursday, aiming for 75 million households to have bank accounts by 2018.
Ed Adamczyk
Catholic leaders in Philippines vow to fight Islamic State

Catholic leaders in Philippines vow to fight Islamic State

Filipino Catholic leaders on Thursday have vowed to counter the Islamic State's "defacement of religion."
JC Finley
Woman killed when hit by bus at Burning Man

Woman killed when hit by bus at Burning Man

A woman was struck by a bus and killed while at Burning Man in Nevada early Thursday morning, authorities said.
Gabrielle Levy
Rand Paul slams Hillary Clinton over Syria policy

Rand Paul slams Hillary Clinton over Syria policy

Rand Paul said in a newspaper editorial Thursday that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's policy on Syria could have given power to the Islamic State.
Ed Adamczyk
Stephen Hawking takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge by proxy

Stephen Hawking takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge by proxy

Theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and had his children step in to help.
Aileen Graef
U.N.: 43 peacekeepers detained by armed group in the Golan Heights

U.N.: 43 peacekeepers detained by armed group in the Golan Heights

The United Nations said Thursday it is attempting to gain the release of 43 U.N. peacekeepers detained by an unidentified armed group in the Golan Heights.
JC Finley
Kirsten Gillibrand called 'porky,' 'chubby,' 'fat' by male colleagues

Kirsten Gillibrand called 'porky,' 'chubby,' 'fat' by male colleagues

When someone mentions "pork" on Capitol Hill, they mean spending, but Kirsten Gillibrand says her male colleagues used it in a less flattering way.
Gabrielle Levy
Hurricane Marie creates colossal waves on California coast

Hurricane Marie creates colossal waves on California coast

Hurricane Marie sent waves as high as 20 feet to the Southern California coast, delighting surfers but causing dangerous conditions and property damage.
Aileen Graef
Malaysia Airlines expects job cuts, more financial losses

Malaysia Airlines expects job cuts, more financial losses

Malaysia Airlines, citing a sharp decline in passenger bookings, warned of additional financial losses in the second half of 2014.
Ed Adamczyk
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