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House Committee formally requests Clinton's private emails

House Committee formally requests Clinton's private emails

 The House Committee investigating the attacks in Benghazi formally requested that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hand over her private email server to the independent inspector general for the State Department, or to another ne
A WHOPPER OF AN IDEA: Burger King to sell Flame-Grilled Fragrance in Japan

A WHOPPER OF AN IDEA: Burger King to sell Flame-Grilled Fragrance in Japan

 Is it an April Fool's gag or flame-grilled brilliance? We'll have to wait until April 1 to find out.
A GRISLY TALE: Fetus cut from womb when woman answers Craigslist ad

A GRISLY TALE: Fetus cut from womb when woman answers Craigslist ad

 The grisly cutting of a fetus from a woman began with a Craigslist ad about baby clothes for sale.
Investigation into controversial UVA arrest could take weeks, official says

Investigation into controversial UVA arrest could take weeks, official says

The investigation into what happened to an African-American student who suffered a gash on his forehead while being arrested could take weeks, Virginia's public safety secretary said Friday at a campus forum at the University of Virginia.

New fracking rules

Fracking has dramatically increased oil and gas production in the U.S. by driving down prices and helping the economy. But according to Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell, new rules are needed.

Slowing down Altzheimers

The Alzheimer's community is buzzing about an experimental drug which is showing great promise in early research. Doctors say the drug, called Aducanumab, may benefit millions in the earliest stages of the disease.

Suspicious hanging death

The FBI and the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation are investigating a suspicious death in Claiborne County Mississippi. The man was found hanging from a tree. Officials say the body was hung using bed sheets.
Machete attack on TSA agents at Louis Armstrong International Airport

Machete attack on TSA agents at Louis Armstrong International Airport

A Transportation Security Administration agent was attacked by a person with a machete at Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans on Friday night, Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand said.
Source: Bobbi Kristina Brown moved to medical rehab facility

Source: Bobbi Kristina Brown moved to medical rehab facility

The daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston, in a medically induced coma after being found unresponsive in January, has been moved to a rehabilitation facility, a source close to the family said Friday.
GOP seizes on Obama-Netanyahu rift

GOP seizes on Obama-Netanyahu rift

  With relations between Israel and the White House at a new low, Republicans are seizing on the opportunity to peel Jewish voters away from their historic home in the Democratic Party.
$15 flight to Europe? Too good to be true

$15 flight to Europe? Too good to be true

 Remember that offer of a $15 flight to Europe? Turns out it was too good to be true. In a stunning U-turn, Europe's biggest budget carrier Ryanair said it will not be launching low-cost transatlantic flights.
Obama administration puts new rules on fracking

Obama administration puts new rules on fracking

The Obama administration announced Friday new rules on hydraulic fracking, the contentious process behind the U.S. natural gas boom.
Black man found hanging from Mississippi tree: Suicide or lynching?

Black man found hanging from Mississippi tree: Suicide or lynching?

An African-American man is found hanging from a tree in the Mississippi woods, his body 15 feet above the ground. There's no chair in sight. His hands are not bound.
Police find bodies of 5 babies in freezer at home in southern France

Police find bodies of 5 babies in freezer at home in southern France

Police found the bodies of five infants in a home near Bordeaux, France, on Thursday, according to news reports. Four of the bodies were frozen, the reports say.
120 people killed, more than 300 injured in Yemen bombings

120 people killed, more than 300 injured in Yemen bombings

Suicide bombers on Friday attacked two mosques frequented by Houthi rebels who recently seized control of the capital, killing 120 people and injuring more than 300 others, two Houthi officials said.