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Update: Missing Afghans stopped at Canadian border

Three Afghan military officers who went missing over the weekend from an international training program on Cape Cod were detained Monday morning by Canadian border officials at the Rainbow Bridge crossing in Buffalo, NY.

World leaders urged to change course at UN climate summit

New York - The largest gathering of world leaders on climate change opens at the United Nations on Tuesday amid calls for action to put the planet on course toward reversing global warming.

Op-Ed: Paul Ryan counting his chickens advocating budget reconciliation

Washington - Rep. Paul Ryan, in anticipation of victory in the midterms, is counting Senate Republican chickens before they are hatched. Ryan is recommending the Senate eliminate the filibuster rule of 60 votes, making it easier to pass deficit reducing legislation.

World leaders urged to change course at UN climate summit

New York - The largest gathering of world leaders on climate change opens at the United Nations on Tuesday amid calls for action to put the planet on course toward reversing global warming.

Weirton moving forward with plans to open new detox center

The Weirton Board of Zoning Appeals gave details on its plan to open a new detox center this past Tuesday night, with residents out in impressive numbers to the Wilsap Community Center to hear the Board speak.

Big ammo stash found in White House intruder's car

Washington - A homeless US army veteran who jumped a fence and ran into the White House with a knife had more than 800 rounds of ammunition in his car, a court heard on Monday.

Human-caused climate change: The challenges and opportunities

The climate march on Sunday is over, and citizens worldwide now await the outcome of the U.N. Climate Summit. It is appropriate that today, a study has come out, detailing the links between health, the environment and global warming.

MN Republican candidate cuts neighbor's garage in half, gets sued

Nashwauk - A Republican candidate for Minnesota's House of Representatives is being sued in civil court by his neighbor for allegedly sawing the neighbor's garage in half as part of a property dispute.

Fossil fuel divestment brightens climate summit

New York - The Rockefellers, the first family of oil, said Monday they would divest from fossil fuels in a fresh boost for the fight against climate change ahead of a UN summit.

Andy Dalton, Bengals' QB, catches a pass for a touchdown

Cincinnati - The Cincinnati Bengals' quarterback, Andy Dalton, caught a pass, thus scoring a touchdown during the Bengals' game versus the Tennessee Titans. The touchdown marked the first of Dalton's career, for receiving.

Audience member in wheelchair crowd surfs at Kanye West concert

Chicago - A week after instructing two handicapped audience members to stand up during concert, Kanye West watched a man in a wheelchair crowd surf at his concert last night, in Chicago.

U.S. jury finds Arab Bank liable for backing terrorism

New York - In a landmark decision, a New York jury on Monday found the Jordan-based multinational Arab Bank liable on 24 counts of supporting terrorism by transferring funds to Hamas.

Woman gets third breast to turn men off

A 21-year-old, who calls herself Jasmine Tridevil, claimed that she had a third breast added to her chest because she wanted to turn guys off.

Video showing French hostage in Algeria authentic: Paris

New York - A video showing a Frenchman kidnapped in Algeria by a group linked to Islamic State jihadists is authentic, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Monday.

World of crises awaits leaders at UN

New York - World leaders are gearing up to confront grim life or death challenges this week at the United Nations, seeking ways to halt jihadist militants in Iraq and Syria and stem the spread of Ebola.

Using bacteria to clean-up waste

A new method has been devised to use microbes found in pond sediment for cleaning-up waste in rural areas. This is in the form of a “microbe-powered” wastewater treatment system that could help to clean-up large farming operations.

U.S. National Food Safety Month

Atlanta - September is National Food Safety Education month in the U.S. The CDC has issued some new guidance to help producers and consumers to avoid food poisoning.

Nanoribbon film keeps glass ice-free

Scientists have created a nanoribbon that can keep glass free from ice. The material takes the form of a transparent coating, and it is based on graphene.

Rockefellers pledge huge divestment from fossil fuels

The Rockefeller Brothers Fund, which made billions of dollars from oil investments, is to divest in fossil fuels and switch its investment program to clean energy.

Death of Rutgers student after frat gathering under investigation

New Brunswick - Today is undoubtedly a very sad day for many Rutgers University students after the death of Caitlyn Kovacs, 19, who died early Sunday morning. Officials say she died after reportedly passing out at a Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity gathering.
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