• Intruder dies in California chimney after homeowner lights fire

    (Reuters) - A suspected burglar who attempted to enter a California home through the chimney died on Saturday after the homeowner lit a fire without realizing anyone was inside, police said. The man appeared to have climbed into the chimney during the night while the owner was away and then became…

  • Russia plane entered Israel control zone from Syria: minister

    A Russian warplane recently entered Israeli-controlled airspace from Syria but the intrusion was resolved without incident, Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon said on Sunday. Yaalon's comments come amid deep concern over the downing of a Russian warplane by Turkey, which claims it strayed over…

  • Officials ID waitress who was killed over patron's cigarette

    BILOXI, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi Waffle House waitress who was shot and killed after asking a customer not to smoke was a 52-year-old who spent some of her final moments asking patrons how they enjoyed their Thanksgiving, authorities and witnesses said.

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  • PLAYOFF PULSE: Final 4 field falls into place for committee

    The College Football Playoff selection committee is set up to have a pretty easy championship weekend.

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  • Boy, 12, Whose Arm Was Severed Then Reattached is Now Back Home

    Seth Apel of Knox, Pennsylvania had his arm severed just below the shoulder while unloading fire wood Nov. 7.

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  • 'I was 100 percent right' on 9/11 Muslim remarks: Trump

    By Megan Cassella WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump insisted on Sunday he was "100 percent right" when he said he saw thousands of Muslims in Jersey City, New Jersey, cheering the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center, even though fact-checkers have…

  • Threatened Suicide Paralyzes Sibling Who's Expected To Help

    DEAR ABBY: I have a sibling, "Bailey," who suffers from panic attacks and anxiety disorder. Bailey was first diagnosed while I was attending college. I had a standard psychology class that helped me understand the basics of what he was going through, but whenever there would be a problem with him,…

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  • Hundreds of Russian truck drivers head to Moscow for protest

    Hundreds of the Russian truck drivers who have been protesting around the country were driving their rigs toward Moscow on Sunday to demand that the government cancel a new road tax, one protest leader ...

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  • Newborn Baby Girl is Found Buried Alive Near the LA River

    Deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department discovered a newborn baby buried under asphalt and debris on Friday in Compton.

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  • U.S. senators call for 20,000 troops in Syria and Iraq

    By Stephen Kalin BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Two senior U.S. senators called on Sunday for Washington to nearly triple military force levels in Iraq to 10,000 and send an equal number of troops to Syria as part of a multinational ground force to counter Islamic State in both countries. Republicans John…

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    Mesmerizing waterfalls (10 photos)

    These stunning pictures of beautiful Icelandic waterfalls will take your breath away. The mesmerizing shots show the striking waterfalls set against the night sky and the hypnotic green glow of the northern lights, as well as the picturesque Icelandic scenery and stunning sunrises. Photographer…

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  • Mass brawls erupt in crowded migrant shelters in Germany

    Clashes broke out Sunday between hundreds of asylum seekers at a shelter in Berlin, in the second mass brawl to erupt over the weekend in Germany's crowded migrant accommodations. Several people were arrested at the fight that started in the food distribution queues at the former airport of…

  • Georgia's Richt stepping down following 'mutual' decision

    ATLANTA (AP) — Mark Richt stepped down as Georgia's coach on Sunday in what was called a "mutual" decision but looked like a firing.

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  • Burger King manager: Police erased video of Chicago shooting

    CHICAGO (AP) — A Burger King manager who accuses Chicago police of erasing surveillance video in the case of a black teenager shot last year by a white officer says he has testified before a federal grand jury investigating the shooting.

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  • Three dead, 12 injured in New Jersey crash with cow hauler

    A man standing on the shoulder after his car struck the cattle trailer earlier and two van passengers died in the incident late Saturday on Interstate 287, New Jersey State Police said. No charges had been filed in the incident as of Sunday morning, state police said. Police said Troy Chase, 43, of…

  • Colorado Planned Parenthood Shooter Was Politically Motivated — Here’s What We Know

    "I think I would have thought he was a guy who would go on a rampage," neighbor Leland Davis told the New York Times.

  • Iran condemns West's 'double standards' in letter to youth

    Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, on Sunday condemned the West's "double standards" in a letter to the youth of America and Europe following the Paris attacks that killed 130 people. "The military invasions of the Islamic world in recent years -- with countless victims -- are another…

  • Police officer shot, killed during call; suspect charged

    NEW FLORENCE, Pa. (AP) — A man suspected of fatally shooting a police officer who responded to a domestic dispute was charged with homicide Sunday.

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  • Israel suspends EU role in peace process with Palestinians

    By Ori Lewis JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel said on Sunday it was suspending contacts with European Union bodies involved in peace efforts with the Palestinians after the bloc started requiring the labeling of exports from Israeli settlements in the West Bank. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu…