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Suspect in ambush of Houston-area deputy due in court

Man accused of fatally shooting Texas officer at gas station due in court

Jewish site shootings trial to resume with closing arguments

Kansas jury to hear closing arguments, begin deliberations in Jewish site shootings trial

Thai Police Recover Bomb-Making Materials in Suspect Search

Officials now believe the bombing near the Erawan Shrine was planned to be just the start of several attacks.

GOP Hopeful Says Wall Along Canadian Border Worth Reviewing

Wisconsin governor calls building northern wall along Canadian border a legitimate issue.

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UN climate negotiators work in Bonn on deal to fight warming

UN climate negotiators back at work on deal to fight global warming, Paris deadline looms

Sierra Leone: Officials confirm new Ebola death

Sierra Leone: Officials confirm new Ebola death 6 days after discharging last known patient

Asian stocks fall after Fed suggests Sept rate hike possible

Asian stocks fall after Fed official suggests September rate hike still possible

Alaska's Mount McKinley Renamed 'Denali'

Mount McKinley has a new name, and it only took 40 years of regulatory Limbo to make it happen. The tallest peak in the U.S. is now called 'Denali.'

Thai police seek 2 new suspects in Bangkok bombing probe

Thai police seek 2 new suspects in Bangkok bombing probe _ Thai woman and foreign man

Blue Bell resumes selling ice cream after listeria recall

Texas-based Blue Bell resumes sales 4 months after listeria scare forces ice cream recall

Hurricane Fred forms in the Atlantic

Hurricane Fred forms in the Atlantic, is moving closer to the Cape Verde Islands

Master of Horror Wes Craven Dead at 76

Wes Craven, the writer and director known as the master of horror, died Sunday of brain cancer. He was 76.

Dominica Declares Disaster After Storm Leaves 20 Dead

Dominica declares disaster status, appeals for aid, after Erika leaves 20 dead.

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Tribunal seals end of failed Volkswagen-Suzuki partnership

Tribunal seals end of failed Volkswagen-Suzuki partnership, Suzuki to buy back VW's stake

Study: Tiny, wireless pacemaker could be surgery-free option

No surgery required: Study says tiny wireless pacemaker OK; doctors reluctant to use it widely

Gamestop Refuses to Die Like Blockbuster and Borders

Unlike other companies that succumbed to a changing market, Gamestop is fighting to stay healthy.

Arctic chills, messy energy politics await Obama in Alaska

Arctic chills, messy energy politics await Obama on his historic trip to Alaska

Jury selection to start in murder trial of 13-year-old boy

Jury selection in Kent County opens trial of 13-year-old boy charged with killing 9-year-old

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Fears ISIS Would Destroy Palmyra Are Once Again Justified

ISIS followed up the destruction of Palmyra's temple of Baalshamin last week by blowing up the Bel Temple.

At a virtual reality expo, VR comes in many forms

At a virtual reality expo, the immersive technology comes in many forms

Leading stem cell scientist cleared of misconduct charges

Swedish university clears doctor who made wind pipes with stem cells of scientific misconduct

Pluto Probe New Horizons Has a Few Scientific Flybys Left

After Pluto, New Horizons won't have many opportunities to pass by scientific targets out in the vast reaches of the Kuiper belt.

Wisconsin's Walker looks to Iowa to regain momentum

Wisconsin's Walker looks to neighboring Iowa to regain momentum in presidential race