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Thursday, September 12, 2013
Also: there's deadly flash flooding in Colorado; fewer homes entered foreclosure in August; and more than a million people form a human chain in Spain to demand independence in Catalonia.
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Also: Former New York governor Eliot Spitzer loses his bid for election; several September 11th memorials will soon begin; two Colorado state senators are recalled over their support for tighter gun restrictions; and the U.S. men's soccer team clinched a berth in next year's World Cup.
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Also: Kenya's deputy prime minister goes to The Hague to faces crimes against humanity charges; a new wildfire near San Francisco grows rapidly; a Kentucky college loses a $250 million gift; and NASCAR issues heavy penalties after discovering cheating in a race.
Monday, September 09, 2013
Also: Syrian president Assad warns of repercussions should the U.S. strike his country; new Snowden disclosures suggest the NSA spied on Google and Brazil's state-owned oil company; NAACP president Benjamin Jealous is stepping down; and a new Van Gogh painting is discovered.
Friday, September 06, 2013
Also: Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez faces a hearing on a murder charge; a massive undersea volcano is discovered in the Pacific; and a British firm is sorry for making job applicants dance in their interviews.
Thursday, September 05, 2013
Also: Ohio prison officials will investigate the suicide of kidnapper Ariel Castro; Tropical Storm Gabrielle forms south of Puerto Rico; judges in Chile apologize for "state abuse" under the Pinochet regime; and surprising cars that can be folded.
Wednesday, September 04, 2013
Also: There's progress reported in the Yosemite National Park fire; most of Venezuela loses electricity; a vigilante is targeting Mexican bus drivers suspected in sexual assaults; and a Florida family turns up thousands in pirate gold just offshore.
Tuesday, September 03, 2013
Also: Obama administration officials urge Congress to back military action in Syria; Israel conducts a missile test in the eastern Mediterranean Sea; former NBA player Dennis Rodman returns to visit North Korean leader Kim Jong Un; and a London skyscraper's reflection damages a car.
Monday, September 02, 2013
Also: The U.S. Marines' website is reportedly hacked; the fire in Yosemite National Park is California's fourth largest ever; Vodafone may sell a wireless company for billions of dollars; and endurance swimmer Diana Nyad is close to reaching Key West after starting a swim from Cuba on Saturday.
Friday, August 30, 2013
Also: The White House will release an annual report on surveillance requests; San Diego's mayor leaves office today as candidates line up to replace him; Tylenol bottles will carry additional warnings on risk of overdose and liver damage; and dogs help sniff out huge snail pests in Florida.
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Also: It's the eighth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's landfall; fast food workers plan to strike for higher wages in several states; India arrests an alleged terrorist mastermind; and Vodafone may sell its stake in Verizon Wireless.
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Also: The website of the New York Times' is still out for many users; the Ft. Hood shooter has a last chance to offer a closing argument in the penalty phase of his trial; and the online Oxford English Dictionary adds 'twerking" and "selfie" to its word list.
Friday, August 16, 2013
Some motorists had complained they thought toll booth operators on state Route 400 weren't giving donated toll money to the drivers behind them.
Friday, August 16, 2013
Also: earthquakes shock New Zealand; Idaho's wildfires continue to rage; a dispute over where to bury Richard III's bones goes to court; baseball will expand its use of instant replay, and, at last: the CIA reveals the location of the mysterious 'Area 51'.
Thursday, August 15, 2013
Also: several car bombs in Baghdad kill many people; the Taliban kidnap a female Afghan lawmaker; the destructive Idaho wildfire is expensive to fight; and now that small amounts of marijuana are legal in Washington state, Seattle police will hand out Doritos at a weekend pot festival.
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
The longtime political columnist died just as he'd finished writing a political novel titled A Small Story for Page Three. He was 85. Author of Fat Man in the Middle Seat, Germond covered national politics for decades and was a regular panelist for years on The McLaughlin Group.
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Also: the CEO of AOL is sorry for a very public firing; a hostage taker kills one person in a bank and is shot to death by Louisiana police; Jesse Jackson, Jr. is sentenced on fraud charges; and is 'Duck Dynasty' star Willie Robertson being wooed to run for Congress?
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Also: rodeo clown banned after making Obama insult; Israel shoots down a rocket headed for Eilat; a wildfire scorches more than 90,000 acres in Idaho; a baseball fan falls to his death in Atlanta; and Detroit changes billboards advertising the wrong election date.
Wednesday, August 07, 2013
Also: the home of Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro will be razed; a huge fire closes Nairobi's international airport; the damaged Japanese nuclear plant is still leaking; and the Powerball's estimated jackpot is $425 million - the drawing is tonight.
Tuesday, August 06, 2013
Also: Alex Rodriguez is booed as he returns to the Yankees' lineup; President Obama will go to Phoenix to discuss the economy; three die in rural Pennsylvania after a gunman attacks a town meeting; and hundreds of scantily-clad people flood Times Square for 'Underwear Day'.