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US intel community confirms journalist beheading video 'authentic,' Obama to ...
The U.S. intelligence community has confirmed the authenticity of a video showing Islamic State extremists beheading American journalist James Foley, as military analysts and U.S. lawmakers say the execution should be a wake-up call to the need to ...
James Foley beheading video is authentic: National Security Council
US Intelligence Confirms Authenticity of Video Showing Americans Foley, Sotloff
Video of journalist beheaded in Iraq is authentic, US confirms
Michael Brown shooting: Who's who in Ferguson
(CNN) -- As tensions in Ferguson, Missouri, have bubbled, one official after another has taken the lead, grappling to figure out how to stop it from coming to a boil. First, it was the police chief who took charge and stumbled. Then, the governor entered the ...
Ferguson: Uneasy calm as Atty. Gen. Eric Holder to meet with leaders
Ferguson Shooting Grand Jury Could Decide in October Whether to Charge Cop
Holder heads to Ferguson after subdued protests
Rick Perry: Tight smile, perfect hair as he's booked in abuse of power case
San Jose Mercury News
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Gov. Rick Perry was defiant Tuesday as he was booked on abuse of power charges, telling dozens of cheering supporters outside a Texas courthouse that he would "fight this injustice with every fiber of my being." Showing no hint of ...
Perry vows to fight 'with every fiber'
Rick Perry, Bad Boy and Texas Governor, Takes a Mean Mug Shot
Gov. Rick Perry officially pleads not guilty
Wall Street Journal
Hamas Military Commander's Wife and Child Killed in Gaza Strike
Wall Street Journal
The wife and child of Hamas military commander Mohammed Deif were killed in an Israeli airstrike after a sharp escalation in Gaza attacks. WSJ's Nick Casey gives us a closer look inside Hamas's secretive guerrilla army, the Qassam Brigade, on the News ...
In blow to Gaza's economy, Israeli strikes have left industries hard-hit
Iran lashes out at Egypt for blocking humanitarian aid to Gaza, Rafah closed
Gaza war rages on, Hamas says Israel tried to kill its military chief
New York Daily News
Beyond the Ice-Bucket: A Deeper Challenge
Life is full of challenges. Some are profoundly life-changing, and some are cold and wet. The ice-bucket challenge was not only great summer fun, it was also one of the most positive and productive viral campaigns in history. That we as a popular culture are ...
Ice Bucket Challenge comes to the literary world
George W. Bush dares Bill Clinton to get wet for ALS
Top ALS Ice Bucket Challenge fundraiser dies at 27
New Suspected Nigeria Ebola Cases After Officials See Progress
Checking passengers for infection at International Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport in Abuja, Nigeria, on August 11, 2014. Nigerian Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu said Africa's biggest economy may be Ebola-free within a week. Photographer: Macjohn ...
Nigerian Soldiers Seal Slum to Halt Ebola
New Ebola quarantine measures incite anger, protest in Liberia
Ebola action sparks slum protests
WDSU New Orleans
6 kids, 2 women held hostage in Illinois home freed; captors arrested
New York Daily News
Six children and two women are safe after two armed men held them hostage in a suburban Illinois home for a terrifying 20 hours. The final four hostages ? two adults and two young girls ? were released from the house in Harvey Wednesday morning.
Hostage situation ends after lengthy standoff
Sheriff: Harvey hostage standoff resolved; all rescued
Last 4 Hostages Freed in Suburban Chicago Standoff
Landslides kill at least 36 in Japanese city of Hiroshima
Rescue workers search for missing people at a landslide site in Hiroshima, Japan today. At least 27 people are dead and 10 unaccounted for in landslides triggered by torrential rain in the western Japanese city. Photograph: Kimimasa Mayama/EPA.
36 Dead, 7 Missing in Hiroshima Landslide
Japan Deploys Troops as Hiroshima Landslide Toll Rises to 36
Macy's settles racial profiling allegations from shoppers
Macy's is to pay $650,000 (£390,000) to settle claims it racially profiled and detained ethnic minority shoppers at its flagship Manhattan shop. Under a deal with New York's attorney-general Macy's agreed to a series of changes at its 42 stores across the state.
Macy's to pay $650K in racial profiling case
Macy's settles up in profiling case
Macy's to pay $650000 settlement over racial profiling charges
Govt establishes contacts with PTI, PAT to defuse tension: minister
ISLAMABAD ? Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Senator Pervaiz Rashid has said that contacts are being established with the leadership of the Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) and the Pakistan Awami Tehrik (PAT) for initiation of dialogue to ...
Pakistan Protesters Trying to Oust Government Surround Parliament
Pakistan lawmakers meet amid mass protests
Pakistan's SC summons Khan, Qadri over anti-govt protests