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'Afghan Girl' In Iconic Photo Arrested For Major…

The Afghan woman, whose striking green eyes in a National Geographic cover photo made her face known around the world, is under arrest in Pakistan.

Wife Pleads For Husband's Re-Election In…

Watch a political ad unlike any other.

Kidman, Woodley, Ford feted at glamorous InStyle…

The sprawling stone grounds of the Getty Center might have seemed an imposing space, but the second annual InStyle Awards held Monday night in Los Angeles had the feel of a cozy, albeit extremely glamorous, family reunion

Here's What Dogs and Cats Dream About

A scientist from Harvard told People Magazine what she thinks dogs and cats dream about. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the story.

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Arkansas court disqualifies 2nd medical marijuana proposal

The Arkansas Supreme Court has disqualified a medical marijuana proposal from the November ballot, but voters will still be able to consider a competing plan

Gambia Is The Third Country To Withdraw From The…

Gambia says the International Criminal Court is racist, so the country is leaving.

Watch As Riders Frantically Escape Smoke-Filled…

A subway train in Boston carrying rush hour commuters filled with smoke after a motor overheated. Some riders broke windows to escape, since the doors did not open for riders’ safety.

Hairstylist Uses Pepper Spray On Unhappy Client

Authorities say a New Jersey hairstylist used pepper spray on a client who was unhappy with her haircut

Report: Mets OF Yoenis Cespedes to opt out of…

New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes plans to opt out of his current contract after following the World Series and test free agency, according to multiple media reports.

Bid to speed transplants with hepatitis…

Some patients facing a years-long wait for a kidney transplant are jumping ahead in line thanks to a startling experiment: They're agreeing to an organ sure to infect them with hepatitis C.

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Report: Wildlife populations halved on average since '70s

Environmentalists are warning that global wildlife populations have fallen an average of 58 percent when compared to the 1970s

Sale or no sale, changes could come to Twitter…

Sale or no sale, Twitter users are bound to see changes as the beleaguered communications service tries to broaden its appeal to more people and advertisers

Talks continue on day EU-Canada trade deal was to…

Talks to have one of Belgium's regions lift a veto on the European Union's free trade deal with Canada continue on the day that the landmark agreement was supposed to be officially signed in Brussels

United Way loses its ranking as America's largest…

United Way, ranked as America's largest charity for all but one of the past 25 years, has been knocked from that spot by Fidelity Charitable, the leader of a rapidly growing philanthropic sector that is transforming the way many Americans give

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Pot Farmers Worry Legalization Could End Their…

California voters will decide November 8 whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use.

Consumer confidence retreated slightly in October

American consumers felt slightly less confident in October

Human Urine Destroying Church Built in 1300s

It's almost unbelievable to think but a church in Germany, the Ulm Minster, whose construction began in the 1300's and boasts the world's biggest church tower is in trouble and the culprit is human urine. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.