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Hong Kong Street Battles Erupt Ahead of Talks

October 19, 2014 Featured, News No Comments

Protesters donned helmets and goggles and seized barricades Sunday, and were beaten by police who used riot shields to force crowds back.

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How a Friendly Fire Incident Ruined a Soldier’s Life

October 18, 2014 Featured, News No Comments

Steven Elliot talks about the battle with PTSD that ensued after he accepted responsibility for the friendly fire that may have killed former NFL player Pat Tillman.

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Remains Found in Search for Missing UVA Student Hannah Graham

October 18, 2014 Featured, News No Comments

The remains were found on an abandoned property less than 10 miles from where Graham, 18, was last seen.

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Canada’s Coast Guard Secures Detached Russian Oil Ship

October 18, 2014 Featured, News No Comments

The Coast Guard secured another tow line to the adrift The Russian carrier Simushir, after it got detached Saturday.

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Four Children, 2 Adults Dead in Pa. House Fire

October 18, 2014 Featured, News No Comments

An official said firefighters could see the fire’s glow in the sky as they answered the call shortly before 7 a.m. Saturday.

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U.S. Airstrikes Pound ISIS Near Syrian Border Town

October 18, 2014 Featured, News No Comments

The airstrikes Saturday were conducted as part of the U.S.-led Operation Inherent Resolve — meant to stop the Islamist extremists in Syria and Iraq.

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Records Suggest Ebola Caregivers Not Protected Early Enough

October 18, 2014 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Medical records obtained by the AP suggest that health care workers who cared for Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan’s may not taken the appropriate measures to protect themselves early enough.

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NYPD Arrests Suspect in Vandalism of 9/11 Memorial

October 18, 2014 Featured, News, Video No Comments

Surveillance video captured near the vandalized Brooklyn Wall of Remembrance shows the memorial smeared in white paint Friday.

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Missing Calif. Man’s Body Eaten by Black Bear

October 18, 2014 Featured, News No Comments

Humboldt County officials said Friday that 65-year-old Marion Williams died outside of his trailer in a remote area before the bear came upon him.

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