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Wounded Soldier Explains What Triggered Ft. Hood Shooting

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The enraged soldier who opened fire at Fort Hood was lashing out after an employee wouldn’t give him a leave of absence form, according to the father of one of the soldiers he shot.

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Boston’s Deadly Fire Caused By Welders Who Fled, Officials Say

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The blaze that killed two Boston firefighters last week was started by sparks from a welder’s torch and the welders fled without alerting anyone, Boston officials said today. One Boston politician wants to change the state law to allow the welding company to be charged with criminally negligent homicide.

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Boston’s Deadly Fire Caused By Welders Who Fled, Officials Say

Feds Uncover Cross-Border Smuggling Tunnels

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Tunnels ran between a San Diego industrial park and Tijuana, Mexico.

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Honoring the lives lost in the Fort Hood Shooting

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We know their names because of the way they died. But those who knew Timothy Owens, Carlos Lazaney-Rodriguez and Danny Ferguson are remembering how they lived. AC360 paused to honor them and those who were injured.

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Best Friend ‘Ruined My Life’ When He Killed His Own Parents

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Michael Mandell, whose best friend, Tyler Hadley, is in prison for killing his own parents before throwing a house party, said his life was ruined because of the murders.

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Best Friend ‘Ruined My Life’ When He Killed His Own Parents

Utah Girl Thwarts Home Robbery With Cool-Headed 911 Call

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The 13-year-old girl and her younger sister were home alone.

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Should Congresspeople Make More Than $174K?

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Most Americans would be jealous of a $174,000-a-year salary.

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5 Reasons the Afghanistan Election This Weekend Really Matters

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Citizens of Aghanistan will go the polls this weekend to elect their first president since US-backed Hamid Karzai was elected after the fall of the Taliban.

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Vogue Italy Defends Photo Spread Depicting Domestic Violence

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Vogue Italy is defending a photo spread that depicts models as victims of domestic violence.

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Photos: George W. Bush Displays his Talent in Art, Diplomacy

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Paintings by the former president are on display at his presidential library.

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    I am a reggae man, music is my profession. But when I am not singing, I want to put myself at the service of my continent, Africa, in which I believe. The earth is a factory that can employ millions of young people. Through agriculture, Africa can rise again. […]

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  • Emmanuelle Chriqui, Omékongo Dibinga launch “Congo on the Come Up” on HuffPo Live April 16, 2014
    Actor and activist Emmanuelle Chriqui joined hip hop artist Omékongo Dibinga and Raise Hope for Congo Campaign Manager JD Stier on a HuffPo Live segment to discuss the growing movement for peace in Congo and launch a new music video, “Congo on the Come Up.” Watch the segment now:     During the segment, Chriqui discussed her interest in joining Raise Hope fo […]

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    • Updates from Vocational Students April 16, 2014
      The vocational students Raising Malawi supports just finished a great quarter at Namitete Technical College. See below for quotes and photos from our students.  Olive Malitowe – Carpentry "I dream of running my own big carpentry company one day so I can create job opportunities for others. Thank you Raising Malawi for changing my life!" Olive in th […]

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    • Will the Flight 370 disappearance lead to new aviation advances? April 15, 2014
      The FAA announced the completion of a new system for tracking aircraft that relies mainly on satellites and GPS rather than radar. It will be mandatory by the year 2020. If that system had been in place for Flight 370, the job of finding the missing plane would have been much easier. Previous aviation safety advances were the result of […] […]
    • Finding and retrieving debris from the ocean floor April 15, 2014
      Investigators are poring over data captured by the Bluefin-21 sonar submarine. It is analyzing the ocean floor in hopes of catching the first glimpse of Flight 370. Anderson and CNN Analyst David Gallo take an up-close look at the type of images the Bluefin is collecting. Once debris from Flight 370 is located, a different type of […] […]
    • Inside Guinea's ebola crisis April 15, 2014
      Guinea's Ebola outbreak has already claimed more than 100 lives and that number is likely to rise. 14 of those killed were health workers. As fears grow that the virus will spread beyond Guinea, Dr. Sanjay Gupta gets an up close look at what life is like for those dying of Ebola. […]

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