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Secret Service chief says White House security breach 'unacceptable'

Washington - The head of the Secret Service took responsibility Tuesday for security lapses at the White House, saying a recent intrusion by a knife-wielding man was "unacceptable" and would not occur again."This is unacceptable.

WWF report: global wildlife populations drop 52% since 1970

The numbers of mammals, fish, birds, reptiles and amphibians experienced a 52 percent decline in the 40-year period between 1970 and 2010, mainly as a result of over-hunting and habitat destruction.

Video: Bird's eye view of the Eiffel Tower and Paris

Paris - Taking a bird's eye view to a whole new technical level, a white-tailed eagle named Victor recently flew over the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, filming from a unique perspective with a video camera strapped to his back.

Katy Manning, Peter Capaldi in classic Jon Pertwee-era pose

“Doctor Who” actors Peter Capaldi and Katy Manning have recreated a classic image from the 1970s era of the show, posing together on the TARDIS set during filming of this year’s eagerly anticipated Christmas special.

Steroid-fattened cows spark health fears in Bangladesh on Eid

Dhaka - Bangladesh sent medical teams on Tuesday to check millions of cows set for slaughter due to fears they have been pumped with banned steroids for fattening ahead of the Eid holiday.

Ebola-hit Liberia staring into the abyss, experts warn

Monrovia - With its collapsed health service, sick and poorly equipped security forces and broken economy, Ebola-hit Liberia finds itself on the brink of complete societal breakdown, experts warn.

Op-Ed: Jack London State Park open thanks to public-private partnership Special

Sonoma - Back in 2011 the California State Parks and Recreation announced that it would have to shut down 70 parks due to budget cuts. Over the past two years, public-private partnerships were formed to help keep the state parks open. Among them was the

Super fast lasers break world record

London - Researchers have engineered a record-breaking laser that accelerates the interaction between light and matter by over 10 times.

Op-Ed: Mystery on Titan — Why did a feature in Titan’s sea disappear?

Sydney - Astronomers watching features on Saturn’s moon Titan were astonished to see a “land” feature simply disappear on photos from the Cassini spacecraft. This large feature, a peninsula on the Saturnian hydrocarbon “sea,” seems to have disappeared.

Japanese bassist comes to the U.S. to fulfill musical dreams Special

Tucson - When Koko Matsumoto was 16 years old, she moved across the globe from Tokyo to Tucson for one reason: American rock music.

Missouri cops look for suspects in officer shootings in Ferguson

Ferguson - Missouri law enforcement officers in the St. Louis suburb where deep racial schisms were exposed last month are continuing to look for suspects in two separate shootings involving police.

Rare medical condition causes man to have 100 orgasms per day

Two Rivers - A man from Wisconsin has been living a non-stop nightmare due to a medical condition that causes him to have up to 100 unwanted orgasms every single day.

World’s smallest diamonds produced by nanotech

Scientists have found out how to produce ultra-thin "diamond nanothreads." These nano-diamonds have greater strength and stiffness compared with any other nanotubes and polymer fibers.

Everything you need to know about Windows 9, Microsoft's next major software release

Windows 8, introduced in 2012, ushered in some of the biggest changes in Windows history. Windows 8 is meant to be a single piece of software that works seamlessly across traditional laptops, hybrids, and tablets.

McDonald's Japan introduces squid-ink burger

The world of strange food seemingly knows no bounds. Japan is a particular hotspot for weird concoctions, so the latest probably won't come as a surprise: a squid-ink burger.

Job Carr Cabin's Pioneer Days preserves history and educates kids Special

Tacoma - Pioneer Days at the Job Carr Cabin Museum at Old Town Park in Tacoma celebrates the birth of a city while providing entertainment and education to families.

Interview: Jackie Lee talks country single 'She Does' and career Special

Rising country artist Jackie Lee chatted about his new single "She Does," which was released on his label, Broken Bow Records.

Spectacular game-ending catch preserves no-hitter for Zimmerman

Washington D.c. - There are no-hitters and there are no-hitters in baseball, but few have been as dramatic as a regular-season finale Sunday.

New clues about bluetongue virus

Scientists examining a Northern California dairy farm have found how the bluetongue virus survives the cold winter months. The virus hides out in the tiny biting midge that transmits the virus.

Op-Ed: Abbas turns up rhetoric against Israel

New York - The US expressed annoyance at the UN speech of Mahmoud Abbas, president of the Palestinian Authority. Abbas accused Israel of carrying out acts of genocide during the recent Operation Protective Edge.
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