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Op-Ed: Finally, is this the truth about Amanda Knox?

Judge Alessandro Nencini upheld Amanda Knox’s guilty conviction this year, and his 350-page official report has just been translated from Italian into English. So what does it tell us? Is this, finally, the truth about Knox?

Op-Ed: Elections — The toilet that doesn't flush

U.S. elections are getting stinkier and stinkier, but voters haven't seemed to notice. Are they insensitive or merely apathetic?

Russian Health Minister: Three Ebola vaccines six months away

Moscow - On Saturday, Russian Health Minister, Veronika Skvortsova disclosed to journalists that three Ebola vaccines will be ready within the next six months.

CDC Survey: Nearly 1 in 5 women have been raped in the U.S.

Nearly one in five women in the U.S. are raped at some point in their life, according to a report that was released on Friday.

Pennsylvania man writes own funny obit, goes viral when he dies

A man who wrote his own humorous obituary died a year later and once the obit hit the Legacy.com website, it went viral. Kevin. J. McGroarty, 53, definitely had the last laugh or three.

Backpacker arrested for remaining in U.S half hour too long

A South American backpacker visiting the United States was locked in federal detention after reportedly over-extending his stay by 30 minutes. Diego Simonassi said he roamed freely with just a backpack in the United States for six months.

'War on Drugs' search warrants and disturbing SWAT trends

SWAT teams are kicking in doors in the early morning to serve search warrants typically related to the War on Drugs and according to a new American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), report, it’s happening in 124 homes every single day.

USA's Fabian Johnson dominates right flank against Portugal

One of the few pieces of criticism Paulo Bento has received during his tenure as Portuguese manager is his reluctance to adapt.

USA v Portugal — down to the wire

Manaus - Those football fans unlucky enough not to sneak out of the office to catch today's World Cup action between the United States and Portugal are sure to be kicking themselves.

USA wins battle in wide areas to sink Ghana

Jurgen Klinsmann couldn’t ask for a better start when Clint Dempsey’s impressive individual goal handed the USA a lead over Ghana 32 seconds into their third consecutive World Cup match.

MERS crosses the state line

Chicago - An Illinois man has contracted the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus from the Indiana patient who was recently hospitalized. This is the first confirmed human-to-human transmission of MERS within the U.S.

Landon Donovan omitted from 23-man U.S. World Cup squad

Controversy follows team selections. Managers are hired and responsible for making key decisions that we may not like, but they often have a logical explanation behind their selection.

International outrage follows 683 death sentences from Egypt

Cairo - Western nations expressed outrage Monday after an Egyptian court sentenced Muslim Brotherhood spiritual leader Muhamed Badie and nearly 700 supporters to death.

Runners reclaim Boston Marathon one year after attacks

Boston - Tens of thousands of runners, cheered by a multitude of spectators, streamed through the streets of Boston to reclaim the world's oldest marathon from the fear left by last year's deadly twin bombing.

Runners reclaim Boston Marathon one year after attacks

Boston - Tens of thousands of runners, cheered by a multitude of spectators, set off through the streets of Boston Monday to reclaim the world's oldest marathon from the fear left by last year's deadly twin bombing.

Boston Marathon defies terror attacks one year on

Boston - The Boston Marathon returns Monday amid major security after last year's deadly bombings as a near record 35,660 runners get set to compete.

Boston Marathon defies terror attacks one year on

Boston - The Boston Marathon returns Monday amid major security after last year's deadly bombings as a near record 35,660 runners get set to compete.

Spanish Judge enforces torture probe against Bush and Cheney

On Tuesday, Judge Pablo Ruz at the Spanish National Court defied pressure to scrap a probe into alleged torture in the United States prison camp in Guantanamo Bay which targets former U.S. president George W. Bush.

USA should be prime viewing for Tuesday's red moon

There's going to be a red moon rising over North America early Tuesday morning, only it's not exactly red but only looks that way.

Swimming legend Phelps to return to pool

Washington - Olympic swimming superstar Michael Phelps, who retired from the sport after taking six medals at the 2012 London Olympics, will make his competitive comeback next week at a US Grand Prix series event in Mesa, Arizona, USA Swimming announced.

Legend Phelps to return to pool

Washington - Olympic swimming superstar Michael Phelps, who retired from the sport after taking six medals at the 2012 London Olympics, will make his competitive comeback next week at a US Grand Prix series event in Mesa, Arizona, USA Swimming announced Monday.

Pacquiao beats Bradley in world title rematch

Las Vegas - Manny Pacquiao won a 12-round unanimous decision over Timothy Bradley to avenge his controversial 2012 loss to the previously unbeaten American.

Pacquiao, Bradley seek to erase doubts in world title bout

Las Vegas - Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley go into their welterweight world title rematch on Saturday in Las Vegas aiming to lay the ghost of their polarizing first contest.

Bill Clinton would be 'surprised' if aliens didn't contact us

In a conversation last Wednesday night on the popular chat show Jimmy Kimmel Live, former American president Bill Clinton admitted that he would be "surprised" if Earth was not someday contacted by extra-terrestrial life.

Bouchard holds off Venus Williams in Charleston

Charleston - Canadian starlet Eugenie Bouchard admitted it was "a bit ugly" as she held off former world number one Venus Williams 7-6 (8/6), 2-6, 6-4 to reach the Family Circle Cup quarter-finals.

Bouchard holds off Venus in Charleston

Charleston - Canadian starlet Eugenie Bouchard held off former world number one Venus Williams 7-6 (8/6), 2-6, 6-4 on Thursday to reach the Family Circle Cup quarter-finals.

Pacquaio-Mayweather bout could still happen

Los Angeles - Trainer Freddie Roach says avenging losses to Timothy Bradley and Juan Manuel Marquez are the top items on Manny Pacquiao's to-do list, but believes the Filipino will one day face Floyd Mayweather.

Samsung scores marketing home run with Obama selfie

Washington - Samsung celebrated a viral marketing coup Wednesday after a Boston Red Sox baseball star used one of its smartphones to snap a selfie at the White House with Barack Obama.

Serena Williams crashes out of WTA Charleston

Charleston - World number one Serena Williams crashed out of the WTA Tour's Family Circle Cup, losing her opening match in straight sets to world number 78 Jana Cepelova on Tuesday.

Djokovic downs Nadal to win fourth Miami crown

Miami - Six time Grand Slam title winner Novak Djokovic claimed his fourth Miami Masters title with a dominating straight sets win over world number one Rafael Nadal on Sunday.
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3 protesters break into the Oak Ridge Nuclear Storage Facility in Tennessee.
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U.S. Capitol (from west side facing east) in Washington, District of Columbia, USA.
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Andrew Kozak makes his own weather graphics when the computers fail.
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Beef industry in the USA
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Nelson's Organic Dairy Farm in southeastern Minnesota
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Three cars were swallowed by a sinkhole in Chicago after heavy rains.
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President Obama's Long Form Birth Certificate.
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A traffic cop in Charlotte makes Michael Jackson moves.
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Romano Archives has footage of New York in the 1930's and 40's in living color.
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