Dilma Rousseff

Brazilian Election Day: Incumbent President Dilma Rousseff Heads into Election Day Ahead of the Polls but for How Long?

Brazilian incumbent president Dilma Rousseff heads into election day ahead of the polls but for how long?
Ben Affleck

'Real Time with Bill Maher': Ben Affleck and Bill Maher Clash over Islam

Ben Affleck and Bill Maher got into a heated debate over Islam
3.6 magnitude earthquake reported southwest of Las Vegas

Nevada: 3.6 Earthquake Rattles Las Vegas Area

A 3.6 magnitude earthquake struck southwest Nevada early Sunday morning.
American Tourist on Trial in North Korea

Matthew Miller: American Sentenced to 6 Years with Labor in North Korea

American Matthew Miller has been sentenced to 6 years with labor in North Korea after being convicted of hostile acts and illegally entering the country.
Greg Norman Hospital

Greg Norman: Golf Legend Recovering from Chainsaw Accident

Golf legend Greg Norman is in the hospital recovering from a chainsaw accident last night.
'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1' Party - The 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival

New Zealand's Internet Crashes: Thousands Clicked Fake Celebrity Nudes Link

New Zealand's Internet crashed over the weekend as thousands accidentally installed malware trying to view celebrity nude photos.
A dog that was seized due to concerns by

Rabies Outbreak: China Euthanizes 5000 Dogs and Will Vaccinate Another 100,000

Authorities in China culled nearly 5000 dogs in after at least 4 people have died of rabies in recent months..
Radical Cleric Abu Qatada Attends Court Hearing In Amman

Abu Qatada: Muslim Cleric Denounces ISIS Killing Two American Journalists

Radical Islamic Abdu Qatada denounces ISIS killing two American Journalists as he awaits the verdict of his trail concerning his involvement in a 2000 terrorist plot.
The Great North Run

Mo Farah: First British Runner to Win Great North Run Since 1985

Mo Farah is the First British Runner to Win the Great North Run Since 1985
Russia Pushing Ukraine Conflict to ‘Point of No Return,’ E.U. Leader Says

Ukraine & Russia News 2014: Kiev Asks for More Sanctions Against Moscow

Ukraine representatives have asked the European Union for more sanctions against Russia as the conflict worsens
Tony Stewart Bows Out of Sunday's Cheez-It 355 at The Glen

NASCAR driver Tony Stewart Bows Out From Sunday's Cheez-It 355 at The Glen After Death of Kevin Ward Jr. (Video)

NASCAR driver Tony Stewart bowed out of racing in Sunday's Cheez-It 355 at The Glen after the death of Kevin Ward Jr. who was struck and killed during a sprint car race on Saturday night.
Typhoon Halong ravaged Japan's coast on Saturday evening

Japanese Typhoon: 2 Dead and 1.5 Million Evacuated

A powerful typhoon has left two dead and 1.5 million people evacuated.
Iraq accuses Islamic State of Yazidi atrocity, U.S. make new strikes

ISIL: 500 Yazidis Killed and 300 Kidnapped into Slavery

This Sunday 500 Yazidis killed and 300 kidnapped into slavery by ISIL.
CHINA-QUAKE

China Earthquake 2014: 367 Dead, 1,8000 Injured After 6.1 Magnitude Earthquake

Over 300 dead and thousands injured in an earthquake that struck China on Sunday.
Guantanamo-Bay-prison

Terrorist Torture News: UK Seeking to Cover Role in 'Extraordinary Rendition' of Suspects?

The UK is seeking to cover its role in helping the US torture terrorist suspects
65 Dead & Over 100 Injured In Kunshan Factory Blast

GM Asks Chinese Supplier: Switch Providers After Deadly Explosion

After a explosion that left dozens dead and hundreds injured GM is asking its Chinese supplier to switch providers.
CAMEROON-NIGERIA-UNREST

Boko Haram: Religious Group Kidnaps Wife of Cameroon Vice Prime Minister

The wife of the vice minister of was kidnaped on Sunday by terrorist group Boko Haram
Warner Bros. At Comic-Con International 2014

FOX 'Gotham': Pilot Preview at Comic-Con

There was a screening of the pilot for the upcoming series Gotham Saturday night at Comic-Con
LAKE MEAD NRA, AZ

NASA Satellite Studies: The Southwest US Is Using Up All Its Groundwater

A recent satelite study from NASA reveals a dramatic drop in ground water in the Colorado River Basin over the last 10 years.
Naples packing plant back to work after raid

Florida's Financial Services Department Raids Fruit Dynamics Packing Plant

The Florida Department of Financial Services raided the Fruit Dynamics packing plant in Florida
Fighting bulls from the ranch of Victoriano Del Rio Cortes run along the Curva de Estafeta during the fourth day of the San Fermin Running Of The Bulls festival, on July 9, 2014 in Pamplona, Spain

Spain Bulls 2014: No One Gored, 3 Injured in Bull Run

No one was Gored in the 6th Bullrun of the San Fermin festival in Spain.
Abuja blast kills 21

Nigerian Police Claim to Have Foiled a Bombing

Nigerian Police claim to have uncovered a plan to bomb the Abuja transport network
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby

Church of England, United Kingdom: Archbishops Debate Whether to Allow Assisted Suicide

Archbishop Welby changed his stance on opposing assisted suicide and now is a strong supporter.
California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye

'Three Strikes' Law: California High Court Eases Implementation of Doubling Criminal Sentences

The California High Court has stated that two felonies can't stem from one act.
Pope Francis Visits Policlinico Agostino Gemelli Hospital

Pope Francis News: Concerns Rise Over His Holiness' Health After Tour Cut Short

Pope Francis has canceled or cut short his third event this week and has canceled a string of events next month. Some are concerned for his health.
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