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10:11 PM - Wednesday, September 17, 2014
3 hour ago - CNN.com
Members of the Australian Federal Police discuss details of the anti-terror raids they've launched in Sydney and Brisbane.
7 hour ago - NY Times
Another N.F.L. player, Jonathan Dwyer of the Arizona Cardinals, was arrested in a domestic violence case Wednesday as the league was already under siege for its handling of such cases.
9 hour ago - ABC News
The Carolina Panthers' Greg Hardy followed the Minnesota Vikings' Adrian Peterson today onto the commissioner's exempt list, making them ineligible to play until allegations of domestic abuse are resolved.
3 hour ago - Yahoo! News
HONOLULU (AP) — New photos from the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory give a glimpse into the hazardous work scientists undertake to monitor lava that's threatening to cross a major highway.
3 hour ago - CNN.com
The Chinese government blacked out CNN's signal during a report on a crackdown on Christians in Eastern China.
4 hour ago - BBC
Fiji's former military leader, Frank Bainimarama, looks on course to win a majority in the first polls in the island nation in eight years.
6 hour ago - ABC News
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) just introduced new products to its line of Kindle and Fire devices which are available for pre-order today, including the first Fire device made for children.
9/16/2014 - CNN.com
Lt. Col. George Bivens has a message for whoever ambushed two Pennsylvania State Police troopers last week: "We will find you."
9 hour ago - WSJ.com: World
The artificial sweeteners in diet soda, yogurt and other foods consumed by millions can raise the blood sugar level instead of reducing it, according to experiments done in mice and people.
12 hour ago - Washington Post / Ishaan Tharoor
On Thursday, voters in Scotland will take part in a referendum that may break apart the United Kingdom. Wednesday, U.S. Marines conducted military exercises alongside their British counterparts in Scotland. Read full article >>
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