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Mass. firefighter poisoned neighbors chickens for 'mocking' him

Mass. firefighter poisoned neighbors chickens for 'mocking' him

A Massachusetts firefighter has been put on administrative leave after he admitted to 11 charges of killing his neighbor's chickens by feeding them rat poison.
Matt Bradwell

Philadelphia men charged with stray bullet killing of 3-year-old girl

Two young Philadelphia men have been charged with killing a 3-year-old girl, who was hit by a stray bullet as her hair was being braided.
Frances Burns
Florida police officer fired for taunting hungry inmate with McDonald's fries

Florida police officer fired for taunting hungry inmate with McDonald's fries

A police officer is out of a job after an investigation determined he taunted a hungry inmate with McDonald's french fries before threatening to Taser him.
Matt Bradwell
White House, Senate intel panel argue over torture report redactions

White House, Senate intel panel argue over torture report redactions

The Obama administration and the Senate Intelligence Committee are arguing over the number of redactions in the anticipated report on the CIA's use of torture.
Aileen Graef
British Airways cancels flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone, citing Ebola concerns

British Airways cancels flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone, citing Ebola concerns

British Airways said it will suspend direct flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone effective Wednesday, due to concerns of the Ebola virus in West Africa.
JC Finley

Tenn. man pleads guilty to killing in-laws with package bomb

A Tennessee man admitted Tuesday that he killed his wife's parents with an explosive device disguised as a lamp delivered by FedEx.
Frances Burns
Nelson Mandela's ex-wife seeks control of childhood home

Nelson Mandela's ex-wife seeks control of childhood home

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, an ex-wife of former South African President Nelson Mandela, has issued a legal claim on his childhood home in Qunu.
JC Finley
China clamps down on ethnic Uighurs

China clamps down on ethnic Uighurs

A hard-line campaign targeting the religious identity of ethnic Uighurs in northwestern China has begun with new regulations and intrusive police monitoring.
Ed Adamczyk
Poll: U.S. voters turning against own members of Congress

Poll: U.S. voters turning against own members of Congress

More than half of U.S. voters disapprove of the performance of their own congressional representative, a record high for the ABC/Washington Post poll.
Frances Burns
Russian troop buildup at Ukrainian border

Russian troop buildup at Ukrainian border

Russia has increased its military presence on its border with Ukraine again, said NATO, Ukrainian and U.S. officials.
Ed Adamczyk
Colorado toddler critically shot by 5-year-old playing with gun

Colorado toddler critically shot by 5-year-old playing with gun

A 3-year-old girl in Colorado is in stable condition after a being shot by a 5-year-old who was playing with a gun Monday morning.
Matt Bradwell
Russia threatens shutdown of BBC website

Russia threatens shutdown of BBC website

Russia threatened Tuesday to close down the British Broadcasting Corp. website over an interview with an advocate of Siberian secession.
Ed Adamczyk
Pope Francis reinstates priest who held office in Sandinista regime

Pope Francis reinstates priest who held office in Sandinista regime

Pope Francis has reinstated an 81-year-old Maryknoll priest suspended 30 years ago for his involvement in Nicaragua's Sandinista government.
JC Finley
Six-year-old boy drives mini ATV on Bronx River Parkway

Six-year-old boy drives mini ATV on Bronx River Parkway

Police credit drivers on the Bronx River Parkway with rescuing a 6-year-old boy who had gotten lost on a motorized toy ATV and ended up driving in traffic.
Matt Bradwell
F1's Ecclestone agrees to pay fee, bribery trial ends

F1's Ecclestone agrees to pay fee, bribery trial ends

Bernie Ecclestone, leader of the Formula 1 racing series, agreed to end his Munich, Germany, bribery trial Tuesday by paying a $100 million fee.
Ed Adamczyk
First man in state history charged with violating Virginia's 'French Kiss' law

First man in state history charged with violating Virginia's 'French Kiss' law

Virginia man Erick Alezndro Hernandez Tellez is allegedly the first person in history to violate his state's 'French Kiss' law.
Evan Bleier
5.3 magnitude earthquake rattles South Africa, killing 1

5.3 magnitude earthquake rattles South Africa, killing 1

A 5.3-magnitude earthquake shook South Africa on Tuesday, killing at least one person.
JC Finley
Egypt announces plans for new Suez Canal

Egypt announces plans for new Suez Canal

Egypt announced plans Tuesday to construct a 45-mile parallel lane to the Suez Canal, a $4 billion project.
Ed Adamczyk
Gunman in Afghan military uniform kills two-star U.S. Army general, injures at least 15

Gunman in Afghan military uniform kills two-star U.S. Army general, injures at least 15

An Army general was killed and possibly 16 others wounded on Tuesday at a training facility in Kabul, shot by a gunman wearing an Afghan military uniform.
JC Finley
Second American Ebola patient arrives in U.S., condition improving after experimental drug

Second American Ebola patient arrives in U.S., condition improving after experimental drug

A plane carrying a second American infected with Ebola has arrived in the U.S., landing in Maine before departing for its ultimate destination in Atlanta.
Matt Bradwell
Muslim British cabinet minister Warsi resigns

Muslim British cabinet minister Warsi resigns

Foreign Office Minister Sayeeda Warsi, the first female Muslim in the British cabinet, resigned Tuesday over the country's policy regarding Gaza.
Ed Adamczyk
Mosul Dam director refutes claim of ISIS seizure

Mosul Dam director refutes claim of ISIS seizure

Abdul Khaliq al-Dabbagh, director of the Mosul Dam, refuted reports Monday that the dam had been seized by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
JC Finley
Israeli troops withdraw from Gaza to observe 72-hour cease-fire

Israeli troops withdraw from Gaza to observe 72-hour cease-fire

Israeli forces withdrew their ground troops from the Gaza Strip Tuesday for a 72-hour cease-fire brokered by Egypt.
Aileen Graef
Texas fisherman hauls in 809-pound shark in Gulf of Mexico

Texas fisherman hauls in 809-pound shark in Gulf of Mexico

It took more than seven hours, but Texas fisherman Ryan Spring was able to haul in an 809-pound tiger shark while he was fishing in the Gulf of Mexico.
Evan Bleier
Father of Net Neutrality running for lieutenant governor of New York, crowdfunding campaign

Father of Net Neutrality running for lieutenant governor of New York, crowdfunding campaign

Tim Wu, father of the Net Neutrality movement, is crowdfunding his political campaign with running mate Zephyr Teachout to challenge Cuomo in New York.
JC Sevcik
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