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U.S. Doctor Cured of Ebola: "I Felt Like I Was About to Die"

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ISIS Beheads U.S. Journalist Steven Sotloff, Group Says

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Jodi Arias Doesn't Want TV Coverage at Retrial

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Girl Who Shot Instructor: Uzi Was "Too Much"

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Man, 74, Convicted of LA Serial Murders of 3 Women in '80s

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ISIS Hostage Worked for Security Aid Groups

Saturday, Aug 30, 2014 at 1:13 PM
 

Airstrikes alone won’t defeat this enemy. A much fuller response is demanded from the world.  

— Secretary of State John Kerry, calling on the world to help fight ISIS, saying "there is evidence that these extremists, if left unchecked, will not be satisfied at stopping with Syria and Iraq."
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Apple: Some Celebrity Accounts Hacked

Tuesday, Sep 2, 2014 at 1:21 PM

Another American Doctor Infected With Ebola

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Utility Fined $1.4B for Deadly 2010 Calif. Gas Line Blast

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Man Accused of Knowingly Spreading HIV Must Stay Off Grindr

A man accused of knowingly spreading HIV has been ordered by a judge to stay off dating sites, specifically the gay dating app Grindr. Thomas Guerra, 29, has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor health and safety violation. He is accused of giving HIV to an ex-boyfriend after assuring the man he was HIV-negative. Read »

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Three Found Shot Dead at Kansas City House

Tuesday, Sep 2, 2014 at 12:55 PM

Mom Whose Son Died in Hot Car: We Need Tech Fix

The mother of a child who died after his father left him in a hot car said that her family is “proof that it can happen to any American.” “To all the listeners, we could be you, your best friend, your parent, the neighbor down the street,” Lindsey Rogers-Seitz said on NBC’s “Today” show. Her 15-month-old son Benjamin died after her husband drove to day care to pick up the kid then realized he’d been left in the car all day. Rogers-Seitz said that some car makers have promised to install technological tools that alert drivers when a car’s interior rises above a certain temperature. But they haven’t followed through. Rogers-Seitz said her family has grown closer in the wake of the tragedy. Read »
Tuesday, Sep 2, 2014 at 8:34 AM

U.S. Targets Mall Massacre Terror Leader

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Jury Begins Deliberations in Corruption Trial of Va. Ex-Governor, Wife