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Canadian Shooter Was Not on List of High-Risk Travelers

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3 Dead in Mid-Air Collision Near Md. Airport

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Boko Haram Kidnaps Dozens More Girls and Women

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Most Hospitals Can't Handle Ebola: Health Official

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Syrian Regime, Iraqi Kurds Buying ISIS Oil: Official

ISIS makes money by selling oil from seized territories to the Syrian government and to Kurds in Iraq, a U.S. official said Thursday, NBC News reported. Undersecretary David Cohen of the Treasury Department said ISIS “has amassed wealth at an unprecedented pace,” explaining that the militants rely on black-market oil sales, extortion and ransom payments. He did not specify who among the Kurds was buying, but the cooperation of Iraqi Kurds, along with the main government of Iraq and rebels in Syria, is a critical part of the American strategy to fight ISIS. Read »
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Cop Attacked With Ax in Queens, Suspect Shot Dead: Police

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Dow Surges 300 Points on Earnings Optimism

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Canada Sergeant-at-Arms Hailed Hero Over Gun Attack

The sergeant-at-arms of the Canadian Parliament, who shot and killed the man who gunned down a soldier in Ottawa, was hailed as a national hero on Thursday, NBC News reported. Kevin Vickers was given a huge applause from lawmakers as they returned to business on Thursday. "MPs and Hill staff owe their safety, even lives, to Sergeant at Arms Kevin Vickers who shot attacker just outside the MPs' caucus rooms," said Toronto lawmaker Craig Scott. Read »
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40,000 Patients' Medical Records Stolen From Office: Cops

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Unrest in Ferguson After Brown Autopsy Leaked

Protesters clashed with police in Ferguson, Missouri, overnight Wednesday after the leak of a new autopsy report detailing the shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown, NBC News reported. A crowd of about 200 gathered near the city’s police department as some protesters knocked down barricades and hurled objects at police. The protests were apparently fueled by the leak of Brown’s autopsy report this week to media outlets. The autopsy suggests that Brown was shot at close range and may have been reaching for Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson’s gun. Read »
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Ottawa Shooter's Mom: "I Am Mad at Our Son"

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Tech Company Paid Foreign Workers $1.21 an Hour: Investigators

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