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  • Florida Doctor, Teresa Sievers, Found Killed in Her Home, Police Say

    Investigators are searching for clues after Dr. Teresa Sievers, a mother of two, was found dead in her Florida home, a crime authorities are calling a homicide.

    ABC News
  • Girlfriend Expects Fireworks When Her Parents Meet His

    DEAR ABBY: I have been with "Tom" for two years, and I suspect that he will be proposing soon. He is 27 and I'm 24. Here's the problem: He wants our parents to meet before he asks. Abby, I have put this off because I'm sure they will have nothing in common. My parents are small-business owners and…

    Dear Abby
  • Honeymoon is over for Greek couple who went penniless in NYC

    NEW YORK (AP) — Newlyweds Valasia Limnioti and Konstantinos Patronis' long-planned "dream trip" to America ended in New York City, where their three-week honeymoon quickly turned into a nightmare: Their Greek-issued credit and debit cards were suddenly declined and they were left penniless.

    Associated Press
  • North Korean defector lifts lid on world's most secret state

    By Emma Batha LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As a schoolgirl in North Korea, Hyeonseo Lee was forced to watch executions, denounce her friends for fabricated transgressions and dig tunnels in case of a nuclear attack. It wasn't until she left North Korea at the age of 17 that she began to…

    Reuters
  • Goodbye Washington, hello Moscow? Saudi Arabia finds friendly face in Putin.

    As the world's two biggest oil producers, Russia and Saudi Arabia working together have the potential to dominate the globe's petroleum markets. Some experts perceive signs of an "emerging partnership" driven by shifting global winds, in which Saudi cash helps Moscow dodge Western sanctions, while…

    Christian Science Monitor
  • Georgia Teens Ransack a Walmart Caught on Video

    The Bibb County Sheriff’s office released surveillance footage of the group ransacking the store in Macon, Georgia, just before 2 a.m. on Sunday morning. The group of 40 to 50 teens went down the store’s main aisle, pulling merchandise off the shelves, before turning around and running out, Bibb…

    ABC News
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    Islamic militants attack military checkpoints in North Sinai, Egypt (11 photos)

    Islamic militants on Wednesday unleashed a wave of simultaneous attacks, including suicide car bombings, on Egyptian army checkpoints in the restive northern Sinai Peninsula, killing at least 50 soldiers, security and military officials said. The coordinated morning assaults in Sinai came a day…

    Yahoo News
  • Woman randomly shot to death at popular San Francisco pier

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A young woman was shot to death, apparently at random, while walking with her father and a friend along a popular pedestrian pier on the San Francisco waterfront.

    Associated Press
  • Texas Farmer Killed After Tractor Disturbs Bee Hive

    A third-generation Texas farmer was killed by a bee attack after he disturbed an enormous hive. Rogerio Zuniga was on his tractor in Lozano, Texas on Sunday when he hit an 18-inch diameter pipe enraging the bees inside. The bees swarmed from the abandoned irrigation pipe and killed him, an official…

    ABC News
  • Bodies of missing Arizona couple found, man arrested for murder

    The bodies of an Arizona couple who vanished 10 days ago have been found by police and a local man was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of shooting them to death and burying them in his backyard, authorities said. Mike and Tina Careccia were reported missing by their son on June 22 and were last…

    Reuters
  • Across Bulgaria border, fear and gloating over Greek crisis

    By Matthias Williams and Tsvetelia Tsolova SANDANSKI, Bulgaria (Reuters) - Greece's debt crisis is lapping over the border into this southwestern corner of Bulgaria, where the owner of the Felipe Z textile factory worries she may not be able to pay her 60 workers next week. Factory owner Snejana…

    Reuters
  • After Cuba: The Only 3 Countries That Have No Relations With the U.S.

    On Wednesday, the United States and Cuba announced that they would reopen embassies in each other’s capitals, thus restoring diplomatic relations for the first time since 1961. According to The New York Times, the overture to Cuba leaves just three countries with which the United States has no…

    The Atlantic
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    Man dies at Naperville Ribfest

    A man died at Ribfest in Naperville Thursday afternoon. Police are on the scene near the Pharaoh's Fury carnival ride at the festival.

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  • China angered by new U.S. military strategy report

    China's Foreign Ministry expressed anger on Friday after the Pentagon's updated National Military Strategy slammed Chinese claims in the South China Sea as aggressive and inconsistent with international law. China has become increasingly assertive in the South China Sea, building artificial islands…

    Reuters
  • Palestinians arrest 100 Hamas members in W.Bank: security

    Palestinian forces have arrested around 100 Hamas members in the West Bank, a security official said Friday, raising tension between the Islamist movement and its Ramallah-based rivals. The people, arrested overnight, "intended to carry out attacks against the Palestinian Authority (PA)," the…

    AFP
  • The Latest: Prison escapee stole booze from camp, agent says

    MALONE, N.Y. (AP) — The latest on the capture of one convicted murderer from a maximum-security prison and the killing of the other (all times local):

    Associated Press
  • Drug Helps Obese People Drop Weight and Keep It Off

    The diabetes drug liraglutide can help obese people who don't have diabetes lose weight and keep it off, new findings confirm. Researchers found that 63 percent of study participants given liraglutide for 56 weeks lost at least 5 percent of their body weight — the amount experts agree is needed to…

    LiveScience.com