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Mount Rainier National Park ranger killed
Authorities are still looking for the gunman who shot and killed a Mount Rainier National Park ranger today. The 368-square-mile park was on lock down to find the suspect.
US President Barack Obama signs controversial NDAA into law
President Barack Obama signed the controversial National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) into law earlier today in Hawaii.
'Iraq Day' marks troop withdrawal from Iraq
Iraqis are marking the United States' troop withdrawal with a celebration called 'Iraq Day.' Saturday is the deadline when American troops leave Iraq for good.
Kim Jong-un named 'supreme leader' of North Korean military
Son of long time ruler Kim Jong-il, Kim Jong-un, is named 'supreme' leader of the North Korean military. This comes after the 13 days of mourning for Kim Jong-il.
9/11 Museum work halted
New York - Work on the September 11th museum in New York City has been halted due to budget disputes. The museum was expected to open on the 11th anniversary of the September 11th attacks.
United States employment outlook for 2012
With the unemployment rate in the U.S. stubbornly stuck at around 9 percent, what can 2012 bring for those looking for employment opportunities?
Alaskan volcano ready to blow?
Alaskans' are on heightened alert after a drifting ash cloud around the Cleveland Volcano was detected. The ash cloud may be a result of a lone explosion.
Iran to test long range missiles this holiday weekend
Iran is planning to test long range missiles this holiday weekend in the Persian Gulf. The drill is said to take place on Saturday.
Send your resolution sky high with HP's TwitterWisher campaign
Dubai - Looking for a new way to tell the world what your New Year's resolution is? A new advertising campaign from HP will allow you to send your New Year's wishes sky high.
Census says US population to hit 312.8 million on New Year's Day
The United States' Census Bureau is predicting that the United States population will hit 312.8 million people on New Year's Day.
NASA twin space craft makes final approach for Moon orbit
3-2-1...NASA’s twin spacecraft called Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) (GRAIL-A and GRAIL-B) are inching closer to the moon's orbit.
Google launches YouTube Slam to find the next Web star
If you ever wanted to be an online star, here is your shot at fame. It just got a lot easier with Google's new service called YouTube slam.
Online holiday shopping up 15 percent from last year
As the days slowly (or quickly) count down to the end of the year, the results from the United States holiday shopping season are trickling in.
New light bulb regulations light up the New Year
New regulations are phasing out less energy efficient incandescent light bulbs with new more energy efficient light bulbs.
Wisconsin Governor criticizes recall process
Republican Scott Walker, Governor of Wisconsin, is unhappy with the recall process to unseat him. Investigations are underway to see if fictitious names are being used in the recall petition.
Judge orders U.S. military to stop discharging gays under DADT
A United States federal judge is ordering the U.S. military to stop all discharges for openly gay personnel under the "don't ask, don't tell" policy.
White House will lift ban on Deep-Water Drilling
Washington - The Obama administration is planning to announce Tuesday that it would lift the ban on deep-water drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.
NYPD: Explosives found in historic NYC cemetery
New York - A cemetery worker at the New York City Marble Cemetery found a plastic bag filled with explosives Monday morning in a historic cemetery in the East Village.
Israel to halt building if Jewish state recognized
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is offering a renewal of the 10-month partial freeze on settlements, if the Palestinians recognize Israel as a "Jewish state."
U.S. pushes Pakistan to get tough on militants
With concerns over a possible terror attack on U.S. soil, the U.S. wants Pakistan to get tough on militants living in the country. Washington plans to press this issue in talks with Islamabad later this month.
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