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Two men arrested over deadly Moscow metro crash

Two men arrested over deadly Moscow metro crash

Two people have been arrested in connection with a metro train derailment in Moscow which left more than 20 people dead and injured scores more, Russia's Investigative Committee said Wednesday.
Nigeria arrests suspect in April bus station bombing

Nigeria arrests suspect in April bus station bombing

One of the masterminds of April's Nyanya Motor Park bombing that killed 71 people has been arrested, Nigerian police said.
Seaplane almost lands on whale

Seaplane almost lands on whale

Wise men say to look before you leap. In Alaska, it's advisable to look before you land. That's because, in Alaska, where seaplanes are common, you just might land on a whale.
How did this happen? Iraq, Syria, Gaza and Libya all in flames

How did this happen? Iraq, Syria, Gaza and Libya all in flames

Each day, they live in fear. Sometimes it's the fear of rockets dropping from the sky. Sometimes it's violent fundamentalists taking over their cities. Sometimes it's the barrel bombs stuffed with TNT and nails.
Johnny Manziel's new boss fined $92 million in truck stop probe

Johnny Manziel's new boss fined $92 million in truck stop probe

The highway truck stop giant run by Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has agreed to pay $92 million in a settlement with the federal government.

IBM to start selling Apple iPhones and iPads

It's like Burger King selling the Big Mac -- sort of. Get ready for iPhones and iPads preloaded with specialized business IBM software.
Fundraising in Kentucky Senate race breaks records

Fundraising in Kentucky Senate race breaks records

It's a fundraising showdown in one of the nation's high stakes Senate contest this year.
Warren Buffett buys a new Caddy

Warren Buffett buys a new Caddy

Investor Warren Buffett recently treated himself to a brand new Cadillac and was so impressed with the dealership he sent a letter of praise to General Motors chief executive Mary Barra.

Crockett detention center will not house illegal immigrants, says ownership

KETK told you about the rumor that had the city of Crockett in an uproar. There was talk that illegal immigrants could potentially be held in the Davy Crockett Juvenile Detention Center in that city.
Growing protests over where to shelter immigrant children hits Arizona

Growing protests over where to shelter immigrant children hits Arizona

A trumpeter played a Mariachi-style "Star-Spangled Banner" as protesters sparred around him in an Arizona city that's become the latest flashpoint in the national immigration debate.
Mother in toddler's hot car death wants privacy to grieve

Mother in toddler's hot car death wants privacy to grieve

The mother whose toddler died in a hot car near Atlanta last month says she finds comfort in faith but struggles to get through each day.

Swimming alert: summer time, peak for brain-eating parasite to lurk in East Texas lakes

A brain-eating amoeba that lurks in fresh water has prompted warnings from Kansas officials, and other Health officials across the country; especially the south after it killed a 9-year-old girl.
Rapper Andre Johnson explains why he mutilated himself

Rapper Andre Johnson explains why he mutilated himself

The rapper who mutilated himself and then jumped from a Los Angeles building has broken his silence about what happened.
Oscar Pistorius leaves nightclub after dispute

Oscar Pistorius leaves nightclub after dispute

South African sprinter Oscar Pistorius was involved in a nightclub dispute over the weekend, after another patron "started to aggressively interrogate him" on matters relating to his murder trial, his spokeswoman says.