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(27-04-2011)
  • Suspect in Texas mass shooting surrenders

    Law enforcement officers surround a shooting suspect in his car Wednesday, July 9, 2014, in Spring, Texas. A Harris County Sheriff's Office statement says precinct deputy constables were called to the house about 6 p.m. Wednesday and found two adults and three children dead. Another child later died at a hospital. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Brett Coomer)Six people, including four children, were killed at a Houston-area home, authorities say.


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  • Gunman opens fire at Tenn. National Guard armory, injures 1

    generic_fp_shooting_v1Police in western Tennessee searched on Wednesday for a suspect in a shooting at a National Guard armory outside Nashville that left one person wounded, according to the county sheriff's department and local media reports. The shooting occurred at about 5 p.m. local time at the armory in Lobelville, a town in Perry County, Tennessee, that lies about 75 miles (120 km) southwest of Nashville, a county sheriff's dispatcher said. The wounded individual, described by local media reports as a sergeant in the National Guard, was flown by helicopter to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, the dispatcher said.


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  • Israel steps up Gaza offensive as diplomacy kicks off

    Smoke is seen following what police said was an Israeli air strike in Rafah in Gaza StripWith rockets raining deep inside Israel, the military pummeled Palestinian targets Wednesday across the Gaza Strip and threatened a broad ground offensive, while the first diplomatic efforts to end two days of heavy fighting got underway.


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  • 5 children among 7 Palestinians killed in Israeli air strike

    Smoke and debris rise after an Israeli strike on the Gaza Strip seen from the Israeli side of the Israel Gaza Border, Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Since the Gaza offensive began Tuesday, Israel has attacked more than 400 sites in Gaza, killing at least 32 people in a military operation it says is aimed at quenching rocket fire against Israel. Only four rockets were fired from Gaza toward Israel overnight, the army said. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)An Israeli air strike killed seven Palestinian civilians on Thursday, including five children, in the largest death toll from a single attack since the start of a three-day offensive against Hamas militants in Gaza, the Palestinian Health Ministry said. Residents and medical officials said an Israeli air strike bombed at least two houses in a densely populated area near Khan Younis while residents were asleep. Bodies were pulled out of rubble from three or four homes including neighboring structures, and the Palestinian Health Ministry said five of the dead were children. The attack raised the death toll to 60 Palestinians, most of them civilians, since Tuesday, in Israel's offensive aimed at halting rocket fire at the Jewish state from coastal Gaza.


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  • Different attackers in Benghazi?

    Benghazi suspect said to have "supervised exploitation of material"Newly released testimony suggests different perpetrators in twin Benghazi assaults.


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  • Israeli rockets hit 200 Hamas targets amid growing risk of ground invasion

    Israeli Rockets Hit 200 Hamas Targets As Reservists Prepare For Possible Ground InvasionAt least 22 fatalities have been reported in Gaza Strip, officials say.


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  • Border crisis: Obama urges Congress to act now

    U.S. President Barack Obama makes a statement on the border crisis after meeting Rick Perry in TexasSitting down with one of his harshest critics, President Barack Obama said Wednesday he was open to all of Gov. Rick Perry's suggestions for addressing the wave of unaccompanied minors coming over the border from Mexico, urging Congress to approve his request for more funding so that those and other ideas can be put in place.


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  • Joni Ernst: Boehner should pursue Obama impeachment if he has evidence
    Iowa Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst waded back into controversial waters in June when, during a conversation with a conservative radio host, she again discussed impeaching President Barack Obama. In January, Ernst had suggested that “impeachment” should be on the table if the Supreme Court decided against Obama on the question of recess appointments, which it later did. But Ernst walked back her comments on Tuesday after they were reported by Yahoo News and other media outlets, saying she herself was not calling for the second-term president to be removed from office over his power struggle with the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. Now it turns out that impeachment is something Ernst also discussed on a June 27 episode of the "Simon Conway Show." Her remarks on the conservative talk radio program, taped in Des Moines, showcase the tightrope Republican candidates can be forced walk on conservative programs directed at their voter base. Issues seen as far outside the political mainstream, such as impeachment, can quickly become the hot topics of the day in highly charged partisan environments, opening up candidates to awkward and potentially problematic lines of questioning.More

  • Judge strikes down Colorado's gay marriage ban

    Two plaintiffs in a lawsuit to overturn Colordo's gay marriage ban, Cassie Rubald, left, and her partner, Rachel Catt, hold hands during a news conference outside the federal courthouse in downtown Denver on Tuesday, July 1, 2014. Six gay couples filed the lawsuit to ask for an injunction to stop all officials from enforcing the ban on gay marriage in Colorado. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)A judge in Colorado has struck down the state's gay marriage ban.


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  • Man tied to Nazi police dies in Michigan at 93

    FILE - In this Aug. 31, 2009 file photo, John Kalymon talks about his deportation outside his home in Troy, Mich. Kalymon, under a deportation order for serving in a Nazi-controlled police force during World War II, died June 29, 2014 at his suburban Detroit home, said his son, Alex Kalymon. He was 93. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)A man under a deportation order for serving in a Nazi-controlled police force during World War II has died in Michigan at age 93 after years of denials that he shot at Jews.


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  • Jury: Dodgers partly liable in fan beating

    San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow arrives at a Los Angeles Court the day before closing arguments in a civil trial in a lawsuit brought by Stow against former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt in Los AngelesBeaten fan won negligence suit, but former owner Frank McCourt was absolved by the jury.


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  • EU adds 11 new names to Ukraine sanctions list

    Ukrainian government soldiers stand at weapons captured from rebels in Devhenke village, Kharkiv region, eastern Ukraine, Tuesday, July 8, 2014. President Petro Poroshenko suggested, meanwhile, that mediation could take place in a government-controlled town some 220 kilometers west of Russia_ a proposal staunchly rejected by the rebels. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)Ambassadors of the European Union's countries have agreed to add 11 new names to the list of people sanctioned for participating in the pro-Russian insurgency in Ukraine's east, an EU source said Wednesday.


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  • Barnes & Noble takes breastfeeding-friendly approach after complaint

    Barnes & Noble bookstoreBookstore chain Barnes & Noble Inc has pledged to make its stores friendly to nursing mothers as part of a settlement with New York State after a woman who was breastfeeding was asked to cover herself or leave one of its locations. The agreement, announced by New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, called for Barnes & Noble to educate its employees about the chain’s own policies on public breast-feeding and to strengthen customer complaint procedures. The settlement followed a complaint by Shereen Matera of Oakland, New Jersey, who said she was breastfeeding her infant son in the children’s section of a Barnes & Noble store in Nanuet, New York when an assistant manager asked that she cover her breasts. “We’ve provided safe environments for women to breastfeed since we opened our first store,” a representative for Barnes & Noble, which also issued her a $50 gift card, said.


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  • Juvenile is suspect in major San Diego fire

    Wildfire Forces Evacuation Of Thousands In San Diego AreaPolice say a juvenile intentionally started a fire that destroyed 36 homes in San Marcos.


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  • No more naked Apollos on Russian banknotes, lawmaker says

    Picture illustration of a section of a Russian 100-rouble banknote taken in MoscowNaked images of the Greek God Apollo have graced buildings and paintings for centuries, but his disrobed body has so shocked one Russian lawmaker that he wants to change the country's 100-ruble banknote. The note, worth less than $3, depicts an image of a statue of Apollo riding a four-horse chariot atop the Bolshoi Theater, one of Russia's main cultural symbols. "You can see clearly that Apollo is naked, you can see his genitalia," Roman Khudyakov, a member of parliament for the nationalist LDPR party, told Reuters Television. I was shocked, you know." The call coincides with growing conservatism in President Vladimir Putin's third term, during which he has courted the Russian Orthodox Church.


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  • Utah heading to Supreme Court to appeal gay marriage ruling

    Skinner and her wife Belka wait for the beginning of the Utah Pride Parade in Salt Lake CityUtah is going straight to the U.S. Supreme Court to appeal a federal appeals court's ruling that gay couples have a constitutional right to marry, the state attorney general's office announced Wednesday.


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  • After 3 decades in prison, new trial for man on 8 murders

    generic_fp_scotus_v2A man who has spent more than three decades in prison after he was convicted of starting a fire in 1982 that killed eight people, including five children, has been granted a new trial.


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  • FIFA suspends Nigeria over governmental intrusion

    The logo of soccer's international governing body FIFA is seen on its headquarters in ZurichSuspension follows Nigerian government's post-World Cup firing of football federation leaders.


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  • Alleged hooker charged with manslaughter in Google exec's overdose death

    Santa Cruz police: High tech mogul murdered by prostituteAn alleged prostitute has been charged with injecting a lethal dose of heroin into an executive in Santa Cruz.


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  • At least 44 feared dead in Gaza

    Palestinians stand atop the rubble of a house which police said was destroyed in an Israeli air strike in Gaza CityIsraeli strikes shaking the area every few minutes as Hamas keeps up rocket barrages.


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