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U.S., Canada Air Defenses On Alert After Ottawa Shooting

U.S., Canada Air Defenses On Alert After Ottawa Shooting

After the shooting in Ottawa this morning, both U.S. and Canadian air defense teams were put on high alert. ...

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Jury Convicts Blackwater Guards In Iraq Killing, But Appeals Expected

Jury Convicts Blackwater Guards In Iraq Killing, But Appeals Expected

After almost 30 days of deliberation, a jury finds four American Blackwater guards guilty in Iraq killings. ...

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Police In Ottawa Hunt For More Than One Gunman On Parliament Hill

Police In Ottawa Hunt For More Than One Gunman On Parliament Hill

The Canadian Parliament building in Ottawa went into lockdown on Wednesday after an attack from as many as three gunmen. ...

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Two Under Observation At Hospitals After Falling Ill During Flights From Liberia To O’Hare

Two Under Observation At Hospitals After Falling Ill During Flights From Liberia To O’Hare

Out of an "abundance of caution", two people who arrived at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport are being observed at two separate hospitals. ...

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Family Greets Jeffrey Fowle In Ohio This Morning

Family Greets Jeffrey Fowle In Ohio This Morning

After being held in North Korea for more than five months, U.S. citizen Jeffrey Fowle returns to his family in Ohio. ...

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Pistorius Starts Five-Year Jail Term For Killing Girlfriend

Pistorius Starts Five-Year Jail Term For Killing Girlfriend

On Tuesday, Oscar Pistorius received the long-awaited sentencing for the murder of his girlfriend. ...

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Passengers From Ebola-Stricken Countries To Use Five U.S. Airports

Passengers From Ebola-Stricken Countries To Use Five U.S. Airports

By Brian Bennett, Tribune Washington Bureau WASHINGTON -- Passengers flying to the U.S. from three Ebola-stricken countries will have to fly into one of five designated American a ...

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Guantanamo Board Says Saudi Captive Can Go Home

Guantanamo Board Says Saudi Captive Can Go Home

Muhammed Zahrani was released back to his native Saudi Arabia, raising to 80 the number of men approved for transfer away from Guantanamo. ...

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Fashion Designer Oscar De La Renta Dies At 82

Fashion Designer Oscar De La Renta Dies At 82

The acclaimed fashion designer Oscar de la Renta died at his home in Kent, Connecticut on Monday. ...

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Hong Kong Officials, Democracy Protesters Hold First Talks

Hong Kong Officials, Democracy Protesters Hold First Talks

Hong Kong-- Hong Kong authorities and pro-democracy protesters Tuesday held their first talks aimed at ending weeks of rallies that have paralyzed parts of the city, after its lea ...

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