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Human Rights Watch: 31 Iraqi civilians killed in airstrike

Human Rights Watch: 31 Iraqi civilians killed in airstrike

After at least 31 displaced civilians were killed in an airstrike in Tikrit, Human Rights Watch says the Iraqi government should investigate.
Fred Lambert
Hurricane Odile now a dangerous category 4 storm

Hurricane Odile now a dangerous category 4 storm

Hurricane Odile strengthened to a Category 4 as it makes its way close to land in Baja California Sur, Mexico, on Sunday.
Danielle Haynes
Data breach at Florida hospital releases patient info

Data breach at Florida hospital releases patient info

The information of nearly 700 patients at Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital was stolen in a data breach, hospital officials said.
Danielle Haynes
Navy halts search for missing jet pilot after crash

Navy halts search for missing jet pilot after crash

The U.S. Navy suspended its search for a pilot who went missing Thursday after two fighter jets crashed into the western Pacific Ocean.
Danielle Haynes
North Korea sentences U.S. citizen to 6 years hard labor

North Korea sentences U.S. citizen to 6 years hard labor

North Korean Supreme Court sentences American Matthew Miller to six years hard labor for "hostile acts."
Danielle Haynes
Mary Landrieu spent $33K of taxpayers' money on campaign travel

Mary Landrieu spent $33K of taxpayers' money on campaign travel

U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., spent $33,700 of her Senate office money on campaign trips.
Danielle Haynes
Islamic State appears to behead British hostage in video

Islamic State appears to behead British hostage in video

In a video released Saturday, the Islamic State appeared to behead a British aid worker whose life was threatened in the group's last beheading video.
Fred Lambert
Colorado man sues jail after losing toes

Colorado man sues jail after losing toes

After five of his toes and much of his foot was amputated, James Neisler is suing the jail and healthcare company he says is responsible.
Fred Lambert
Study finds religious people are now more accepting of homosexuality

Study finds religious people are now more accepting of homosexuality

According to a recent study by Duke University, religious groups are now more likely to accept homosexual people into their congregations.
Thor Benson
Ukrainian forces halt rebel attack on Donetsk airport

Ukrainian forces halt rebel attack on Donetsk airport

The Ukrainian government said that it successfully halted an attack by pro-Russian separatists on Donetsk airport Saturday.
Fred Lambert
Family of kidnapped British aid worker sends message to Islamic State

Family of kidnapped British aid worker sends message to Islamic State

The family of David Haines, who is being held captive by the Islamic State, wants terror group to contact them.
Danielle Haynes
Mega Millions jackpot jumps to $62 million

Mega Millions jackpot jumps to $62 million

Friday's winning numbers were 18, 28, 33, 36 and 42 with a Mega Ball of 7.
Danielle Haynes
Gaza struggles to rebuild under blockade

Gaza struggles to rebuild under blockade

United Nations calls for Israel to lift blockade of Gaza so aid, construction materials can enter.
Danielle Haynes
Pennsylvania trooper shot dead

Pennsylvania trooper shot dead

Ambush shooting of two Pennsylvania state troopers leaves one dead, one hospitalized.
Danielle Haynes
Jets crash into Pacific; one pilot still missing

Jets crash into Pacific; one pilot still missing

U.S. Navy still searching for pilot who went missing after two jets crashed in Pacific Ocean.
Danielle Haynes
Americans in Uganda told to shelter-in-place due to al-Shabaab threat

Americans in Uganda told to shelter-in-place due to al-Shabaab threat

An al-Shabaab terrorist cell was discovered in Uganda's capital city capital, Kampala, prompting concern of a possible imminent attack.
JC Finley
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry in Egypt on Saturday for talks on the Islamic State

U.S. Secretary of State Kerry in Egypt on Saturday for talks on the Islamic State

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will be in Egypt Saturday as part of his effort to build a coalition to fight the Islamic State.
Heather Records
Joan Rivers' surgeon leaves clinic

Joan Rivers' surgeon leaves clinic

The doctor who performed a procedure on Joan Rivers steps down as medical director of clinic where the procedure was done.
Heather Records
U.S. at war with ISIS, White House, Pentagon say

U.S. at war with ISIS, White House, Pentagon say

The United States is 'at war' with the Islamic State, Pentagon and White House officials say.
Danielle Haynes
Disney says 'Frozen' ride coming to Epcot

Disney says 'Frozen' ride coming to Epcot

Disney World announced on Friday a ride based on the popular Disney movie 'Frozen' will be opening in 2016.
Heather Records
Extensive process for potential Boston bombing jurors

Extensive process for potential Boston bombing jurors

Potential jurors in the trial for the accused Boston Marathon bomber will go through an extensive screening process.
Heather Records
President Obama to visit Central Command in Tampa Wednesday

President Obama to visit Central Command in Tampa Wednesday

The White House said on Friday President Obama will go to Central Command next week for a briefing with his battle commanders.
Heather Records
Michael Dunn murder trial jury selection set for Sept. 22

Michael Dunn murder trial jury selection set for Sept. 22

A Florida judge has set the date for jury selection in the retrial of Michael Dunn, the man accused of murdering a teenager over loud music.
Gabrielle Levy
Government threatened Foleys with criminal charges over ransom

Government threatened Foleys with criminal charges over ransom

James Foley's mother says the government threatened the family with criminal charges if they attempted to raise the ransom on their son's head.
JC Sevcik
Early snowfall across mountain states breaks record

Early snowfall across mountain states breaks record

It isn't even officially fall yet, but in some parts of the mountain states it's already acting like winter.
Gabrielle Levy
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