Libya's refugees on the run as ISIS moves in

Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni talks about how the Libyan migrant crisis is worsening as ISIS makes gains in the country.

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DC celebrates another year of record-breaking tourist crowds

More than 19 million U.S. tourists visited Washington in 2015, an increase of 1 million over the previous year and a record total for the nation's capital

Toddler stabbed to death, mother wounded in Los Angeles

Los Angeles police are searching for a man they say stabbed a woman and her 2-year-old daughter in their home, killing the little girl and critically wounding her mother

Detroit teachers close schools 2nd day with mass sick-out

Nearly all Detroit public schools are closed again as mass teacher sick-outs over pay roll into a second day

'Hamilton' Gets Another Shot To Make History At The Tony Awards

The musical would need to win 12 Tony Awards to tie the current record for most Tony wins.

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Australia's Oldest Man Famous For His Penguin Sweaters Passes Away

Alfie Date has sadly passed away at the age of 110. You may remember him as the man who after retiring would knit sweaters for penguins stuck in an oil spill.

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President Obama Speaks Out On Osama Bin Laden's Death 5 Years Later

In his first interview from the Situation Room, Obama tells CNN about the raid that killed the Al-Qaeda leader.

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Israel demolishes home of Palestinian who killed 2 Israelis

Israeli military demolishes home of Palestinian attacker who killed 2 Israelis in front of their children last year

Carbon monoxide likely killed boy, seriously injured sister

Authorities say carbon monoxide poisoning apparently caused the death of a 9-year-old boy and seriously injured his 10-year-old sister in New Jersey

Pub Sued Over Pints Being Two Tablespoons Light

A customer of a pub in the UK was angry over being served a pint that allegedly was two tablespoons less than a pint and filed a lawsuit. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the petty details.

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We Might Not Know Who Was In That Famous WWII Iwo Jima Photo

The Marines Corps is investigating whether it misidentified one of the men in an iconic photo from World War II.

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1 of 2 girls charged in Slender Man stabbing appeals bond

One of the two Wisconsin girls accused of trying to kill a classmate to appease a fictional horror character called Slender Man is appealing a judge's decision that keeps her in a secure facility

Saudi Labor Minister vows Binladin workers to be paid soon

Saudi Arabia's Labor Minister says some employees of the Saudi Binladin Group will receive their salaries this month and others soon thereafter

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Police: 2 women, 1 man dead in Florida; suspect at large

Police in northeast Florida are searching for a man suspected of fatally shooting two women and one man at a house

Brazil Banned WhatsApp (Again), Because Encryption

Messaging service WhatsApp claims it never had access to the chat histories it was ordered to hand over to a Brazilian court.

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Brawl in Turkish Parliament

Turkey's Parliament is debating lifting immunity for members under investigation. It's a heated debate that has devolved into fighting, but not like this.

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In Tech: Dish techs fix iPhones, Best Buy gets Oculus VR

Dish technicians will fix iPhones when they aren't busy installing satellite services, while Oculus to sell VR sets at Best Buy even as advance orders have yet to be fulfilled

Navy SEAL killed during ISIS firefight in Iraq

The U.S. service member who was killed by ISIS during a firefight north of Mosul, Iraq, has been identified as a Navy SEAL, according to U.S. defense officials.

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UN demands protection for hospitals in conflicts

The UN Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution demanding that all parties to conflicts protect medical personnel, hospitals and medical facilities against violence and attacks _ and face justice if they don't

The Latest: Parent sympathizes with Detroit teachers' plight

About 45,000 Detroit Public Schools students are missing class for the second straight day after teachers called out sick over pay issues

The Latest: Civil trial starts for anti-abortion activist

A government lawyer says an anti-abortion activist intended to intimidate a Kansas doctor by suggesting in a 2011 letter that someone might place an explosive under her car

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'Messi Boy' Viral Story Takes A Sad Turn As Family Flees Afghanistan

Murtaza Ahmadi, the Afghan boy famous for his Lionel Messi jersey made from a plastic bag, escaped his home country after his family was threatened.

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Watch Surprised Firefighters Remove Bear from Apartment

Colorado's Eagle River Fire Department employs a funny tactic to get a bear to scamper out of an apartment building. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) breaks it down.

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Brussels Airport Reopens Departure Lounge 6 Weeks After Attacks

Brussels Airport partially reopened the departure hall roughly 40 days after the attacks at the airport.

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