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Drones banned from entire U.S. national park system

Drones banned from entire U.S. national park system

The National Park Service banned drones from all 401 U.S. parks and memorials Friday.
Frances Burns
Ukrainian president declares 'unilateral ceasefire' in spite of armed separatists' objection

Ukrainian president declares 'unilateral ceasefire' in spite of armed separatists' objection

Despite opposition from pro-Russian separatists, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko declared a week-long ceasefire on Friday for the restive eastern region.
JC Finley
Beijing's population now more than 21 million

Beijing's population now more than 21 million

New numbers released Wednesday by Beijing's municipal bureau show the city's population has exceeded 21 million.
Aileen Graef
NYPD search for Williamsburg cyclist accused of hate crime against 14-year-old Orthodox Jew

NYPD search for Williamsburg cyclist accused of hate crime against 14-year-old Orthodox Jew

Police are investigating a potential hate crime, after a man in South Williamsburg allegedly spouted anti-Semitic slurs as he attacked a Jewish boy Thursday.
Matt Bradwell
Chris Christie calls for broader 'pro-life agenda' in speech to religious conservatives

Chris Christie calls for broader 'pro-life agenda' in speech to religious conservatives

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, addressing a conference of religious conservatives Friday, called for a broader "pro-life" agenda.
Frances Burns
House votes to expand protections against NSA

House votes to expand protections against NSA

In a move that revealed lingering discomfort with the NSA, the House passed an amendment to expand protections against it collecting U.S. citizens' data.
Gabrielle Levy
Ukrainian officials issue conflicting reports on security of eastern border

Ukrainian officials issue conflicting reports on security of eastern border

Ukrainian officials issued conflicting reports on whether eastern Ukraine's border has been secured.
JC Finley
Negotiators begin writing Iran nuclear deal

Negotiators begin writing Iran nuclear deal

Negotiators in Vienna began composing the text of an agreement on Iran's nuclear program, despite admissions they are far apart on key issues.
Ed Adamczyk
Rome seeks funds to restore Nero's palace

Rome seeks funds to restore Nero's palace

The city of Rome has begun an appeal to find $42.5 million to restore the former palace of Emperor Nero, which currently sits under an amusement park.
Ed Adamczyk
Tokyo assemblywoman heckled by male colleagues during women's rights speech

Tokyo assemblywoman heckled by male colleagues during women's rights speech

Assemblywoman Ayaka Shiomura was heckled by her colleagues in Japan during a speech on the need for more services for women.
JC Finley
Man dead after shooting himself near 9/11 Pentagon memorial at Arlington Cemetery

Man dead after shooting himself near 9/11 Pentagon memorial at Arlington Cemetery

A man who shot himself at Arlington National Cemetery Friday morning has died, authorities confirmed.
Matt Bradwell

Body found in rubble of house that exploded in Denver suburb

The body of a young man was found Friday morning in the ruins of a house that exploded in the Denver suburb of Thornton, Colo., officials said.
Frances Burns
'SNL' alum and Tea Party advocate Victoria Jackson seeks public office in Tennessee

'SNL' alum and Tea Party advocate Victoria Jackson seeks public office in Tennessee

Victoria Jackson, the former "SNL" cast member and outspoken conservative Christian, is putting her money where her mouth is and running for public office.
Matt Bradwell
U.S. sanctions Uganda over anti-gay law

U.S. sanctions Uganda over anti-gay law

Economic sanctions by the United States against Uganda are the latest in global protest against Uganda's harsh anti-homosexuality laws.
Ed Adamczyk
Police chase ends when gang-shooting suspects crash near Los Angeles airport

Police chase ends when gang-shooting suspects crash near Los Angeles airport

Three men suspected of a gang-related homicide in Los Angeles were arrested Friday after they crashed into a pole while trying to get away, police said.
Frances Burns
Hong Kong referendum voters seek more democracy, less Beijing involvement

Hong Kong referendum voters seek more democracy, less Beijing involvement

Early results of an unofficial referendum in Hong Kong indicate an overwhelming interest in more democratic reform and less influence from China.
Ed Adamczyk
Kenyan forces kill 5 suspected in World Cup viewing attack that left 48 dead

Kenyan forces kill 5 suspected in World Cup viewing attack that left 48 dead

Kenyan officials said Friday they killed five suspects and detained others accused of launching a violent attack on a World Cup viewing party that left 48 dead.
JC Finley
Obamas speak to the value of hard work, their experience as everyday Americans

Obamas speak to the value of hard work, their experience as everyday Americans

President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle would like to see daughters Sasha and Malia work in minimum wage jobs to build character and perspective.
Matt Bradwell
World Refugee Day: Number of forcibly displaced people skyrockets to 51.2 million

World Refugee Day: Number of forcibly displaced people skyrockets to 51.2 million

The United Nations has recognized June 20 as World Refugee Day since 2001 -- the 50th anniversary of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees.
JC Finley
Stephanie Kwolek, pioneering DuPont chemist who invented Kevlar, dies at 90

Stephanie Kwolek, pioneering DuPont chemist who invented Kevlar, dies at 90

Stephanie Kwolek, the Dupont chemist who invented Kevlar while working on a substance to strengthen radial tires, has died at 90 in a Delaware hospital.
Frances Burns
Telephone diplomacy as Ukraine prepares a ceasefire and peace plan

Telephone diplomacy as Ukraine prepares a ceasefire and peace plan

Russian and Ukrainian leaders conferred on a peace plan in a late-night phone call for the second time this week, statements from both countries said.
Ed Adamczyk
IRS chief refuses to apologize for Lerner email snafu

IRS chief refuses to apologize for Lerner email snafu

Republicans accused the IRS of conspiring to cover up political targeting of conservatives by destroying the hard drives containing Lois Lerner's emails.
Gabrielle Levy
Central Park Five settle with NYC for $40 million for wrongful conviction

Central Park Five settle with NYC for $40 million for wrongful conviction

Five men wrongfully convicted of the 1989 rape of a Central Park jogger have settled with New York City for $40 million for their undeserved imprisonment.
Matt Bradwell
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker: No 'new news' in court documents release

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker: No 'new news' in court documents release

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Friday that state prosecutors have been going after him because he took on "big government special interests."
Frances Burns
12 detained in Beirut assassination plot

12 detained in Beirut assassination plot

Twelve suspected members of ISIS reportedly planning to assassinate a Shiite political leader were detained by Lebanese security forces Friday in Beirut.
Ed Adamczyk
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