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Federal health officials laid out extra measures to clean specialized medical scopes linked to sometimes deadly bacterial outbreaks across the U.S.
Anjem Choudary allegedly "invited support for a proscribed terrorist organization ... known as ISIS," the force said in a statement.
With the final lineup set for the first Republican presidential debate, lower polling candidates are reacting, some angrily, to being left out of the main event.
The FBI is looking into the security of the private email server that Hillary Clinton used when she was secretary of state.
Despite the sky-high murder rate in Honduras, protesters reportedly feel safe chanting their dissatisfaction in the streets.
The hunting guide charged over the killing of Cecil the lion said Wednesday he felt the allegations against him were "frivolous" and "wrong."
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A small Alabama town settled a lawsuit alleging a local cop suggested killing a man and making it look like self-defense.
The Safari Operators Association of Zimbabwe has condemned the killing of Cecil the Lion, saying the animal was "murdered."
Roosevelt, Washington, has been evacuated after as a fast-moving wildfire roared toward people's homes, officials said.
As Esther Calhoun sees it, discrimination, rooted in the acts of many, has turned this wisp of a town into a dumping ground. Thirty miles from Selma, a different kind of civil rights struggle.
Tongjiang County in central Sichuan province has decreed that those over 70 should hold "birthday banquets" no more often once than every decade.
The highest number of women and children on record were killed or wounded by the conflict in Afghanistan during the first six months of the year.
Taco Bell said the employee was fired and the franchisee was cooperating with the police investigation.
Two passenger trains derailed minutes apart on flooded tracks on a bridge in central India, killing at least 24 people while more than 300 are rescued.
A new study suggests one proven way to change the minds of people who oppose vaccines: show them what happens if they don't vaccinate.
The suspect, who is considered "armed and very dangerous" is thought to now be taking cover somewhere within a rugged five-square-mile area.
Administrative detention was approved for Jews suspected in Friday's arson attack in the West Bank that killed a Palestinian toddler.