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Washington Post reporter among 4 journalists detained in Tehran

Washington Post reporter among 4 journalists detained in Tehran

Four journalists, including three Americans, have reportedly been detained by Iranian authorities for unknown reasons.
JC Finley
Georgina Haig stars as Elsa in 'Once Upon a Time' official photo

Georgina Haig stars as Elsa in 'Once Upon a Time' official photo

"Once Upon a Time" teased the first look at Georgina Haig as Queen Elsa from "Frozen" ahead of the fourth season premiere in September.
Annie Martin
Man accused of calling in phony murder to avoid ticket during traffic stop

Man accused of calling in phony murder to avoid ticket during traffic stop

Julius Lupowitz is facing a third-degree felony charge after he allegedly called in a phony murder to avoid a speeding ticket during a traffic stop.
Evan Bleier
Florida man investigated for animal cruelty after posting photo pointing gun at cat's head

Florida man investigated for animal cruelty after posting photo pointing gun at cat's head

A photo of Thomas Mcguinness pointing a gun at a cat's head that was posted on Facebook has led Port Charlotte to investigate him for animal cruelty.
Evan Bleier
Canada sanctions Russian energy sector

Canada sanctions Russian energy sector

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced new sanctions targeting the Russian energy sector in response to the Kremlin's pressure on Ukraine.
Daniel J. Graeber
Khloe Kardashian talks about sex life with French Montana

Khloe Kardashian talks about sex life with French Montana

Khloé Kardashian and her boyfriend French Montana opened up about their "virginal" relationship during an interview with Power 105 Thursday.
Veronica Linares
Two California women convicted of manslaughter for fatal nightclub beating

Two California women convicted of manslaughter for fatal nightclub beating

Two California women were convicted of manslaughter Thursday for kicking a woman to death outside a nightclub in January.
Matt Bradwell
Kerry to propose weeklong Gaza truce

Kerry to propose weeklong Gaza truce

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry proposed a Gaza peace plan that includes a one-week truce, an official involved in negotiations said Friday in Cairo.
Ed Adamczyk
Iraqi oil exports dip for June

Iraqi oil exports dip for June

Iraqi oil exports were down in June in part because of terrorist activities targeting a northern pipeline, the Ministry of Oil announced.
Daniel J. Graeber

DARPA tackling Achilles' heels of GPS technology

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is exploring new technologies for use when GPS may not be available.
Richard Tomkins
Nicholas Hoult cozies up to Riley Keough

Nicholas Hoult cozies up to Riley Keough

"X-Men: Days of Future Past" actor Nicholas Hoult was spotted cozying up to Lisa Marie Presley's daughter amid rumors of trouble with Jennifer Lawrence.
Annie Martin
McDonald's stops sale of chicken products in Hong Kong, Japan

McDonald's stops sale of chicken products in Hong Kong, Japan

Hong Kong's food regulator has suspended the sale of McDonald's chicken nuggets and burgers, over allegations its Chinese food supplier sold expired meat.
Ananth Baliga
Trans-Adriatic Pipeline gaining momentum

Trans-Adriatic Pipeline gaining momentum

The group planning a 540-mile natural gas pipeline through southern Europe said Friday it issues its next contract notice for the project's construction.
Daniel J. Graeber
ISIS destroys Jonah's Tomb in Iraq

ISIS destroys Jonah's Tomb in Iraq

A holy site believed to be the Tomb of Jonah in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul was destroyed by militants associated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
JC Finley
House debates state energy polices

House debates state energy polices

The chairman of a House committee on energy said the federal government is out of step with policies embraced by states leading the nation's oil boom.
Daniel J. Graeber
Statoil to cut more than 1,000 jobs

Statoil to cut more than 1,000 jobs

Norwegian energy company Statoil, one of the largest in the world, said Friday it was cutting as many as 1,400 positions in an effort to trim costs.
Daniel J. Graeber
She didn't see this coming: Nevada psychic busted for obtaining money under false pretenses

She didn't see this coming: Nevada psychic busted for obtaining money under false pretenses

Nevada psychic Helen Welch was busted for obtaining money under false pretenses after customers claimed she was committing fraud at the Little Psychic Shop.
Evan Bleier
Taylor Swift gives love advice to young fan on Instagram

Taylor Swift gives love advice to young fan on Instagram

Taylor Swift took to social media Tuesday to respond to Instagram user @sherbetswift's question regarding unrequited love.
Veronica Linares
Paige Reifler confirms she is dating Harry Styles

Paige Reifler confirms she is dating Harry Styles

Model Paige Reifler said her relationship with One Direction star Harry Styles is back on, and mentioned Orlando Bloom also expressed interest.
Annie Martin
Pipelines lead over rail, DOT says

Pipelines lead over rail, DOT says

Most of the commodities moving across the U.S. border with Canada did so through pipelines, the U.S. Department of Transportation said.
Daniel J. Graeber
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