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Pizza maker hand-delivers papal pie to Pope Francis

Pizza maker hand-delivers papal pie to Pope Francis

Pope Francis has said that all he wants is to go out one day to a pizzeria "without being recognized." Wishful thinking, perhaps. But when you're the the leader of the Catholic world pizza comes to you.
Why is ISIS so successful at luring Westerners?

Why is ISIS so successful at luring Westerners?

For a throng of radical anti-Western militants, ISIS is pretty good at getting Westerners to join them.
Fans petition Glastonbury fest organizers to replace Kanye West

Fans petition Glastonbury fest organizers to replace Kanye West

 Kanye West is well-known for rankling people on stage. Now he's getting his own virtual smackdown. One music fan in the UK wants him out of the Glastonbury Festival so bad, he's started a petition to make it happen.
YEMEN: Bombs kill 135 at mosques; ISIS purportedly lays claim

YEMEN: Bombs kill 135 at mosques; ISIS purportedly lays claim

 The Sunni terror group ISIS purportedly claimed it committed Friday's bombings that killed scores of people at two mosques frequented by Shiite rebels in Yemen's capital -- an attack that would mark ISIS's first large-scale at
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 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

(CNN) -- Is it an April Fool's gag or flame-grilled brilliance? We'll have to wait until April 1 to find out.
Google abused its monopoly power, FTC experts found

Google abused its monopoly power, FTC experts found

 Google abused its monopoly power in ways that harmed Internet users and competitors. That was the conclusion drawn by experts at a federal regulatory agency back in 2012, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Russian official: North Korean 'leadership' accepts Moscow invite

Russian official: North Korean 'leadership' accepts Moscow invite

North Korea has accepted an invitation for its leadership to attend World War II anniversary celebrations in Moscow, said a Russian official speaking on condition of anonymity.
Tunisia PM: One museum attack suspect was known to security services

Tunisia PM: One museum attack suspect was known to security services

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Netanyahu win: what's next?

The reelection victory of Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has Israeli conservatives celebrating and liberals worried.
Tunisia Fast Facts

Tunisia Fast Facts

 Here's some background information about Tunisia, a country in northern African. Tunisia borders Algeria, Libya and the Mediterranean Sea. About Tunisia: (from the CIA World Factbook)
Israel election: Netanyahu claims victory as main rival concedes

Israel election: Netanyahu claims victory as main rival concedes

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed victory Wednesday after a bitter election and last-minute declarations to boost his party's low opinion poll numbers.
Ex-lawyer for doctor who helped CIA in bin Laden hunt killed in Pakistan

Ex-lawyer for doctor who helped CIA in bin Laden hunt killed in Pakistan

A former lawyer for the doctor who helped the CIA look for Osama bin Laden has been shot dead in northwest Pakistan, police said.
Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

Stocks: 5 things to know before the open

Welcome to Wednesday. Here are the five things you need to know before the opening bell rings in New York: