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We Were Told About Strikes by U.S., Assad Regime Says


The Syrian foreign ministry said Tuesday that Washington informed Damascus' envoy to the United Nations before launching airstrikes against ISIS in Syria.






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Art's Healing Power: Can Hospital Collections Help?


Can a painting reduce pain or anxiety? Do patients with art in their environment heal faster? More and more hospitals think so.






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Bin Laden's Son-in-Law Set to Be Sentenced in NYC Court


Osama bin Laden's son-in-law was due in court to face a possible life sentence for his role as the spokesman for al-Qaida following the 9/11 attacks.






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'Seasoned al Qaeda Veterans' and ISIS Targets Bombed by U.S.


A network of "seasoned al Qaeda veterans" plotting to attack U.S. interests was targeted by airstrikes overnight in Syria also aimed at ISIS.






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'Not a Bad Guy': Who Is the White House Fence Jumper?


The latest incident of a breach at the White House gates has raised questions not just of presidential security, but of Omar J. Gonzalez.






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Israel Shoots Down Syrian MiG With Patriot Missile


Israel shot down a Syrian fighter jet after it entered the country's airspace on Tuesday, an official said.






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15-Year-Old Bystander Shot Dead Near Hospital


A gunman opened fire near Einstein Hospital in Philadelphia, killing a 15-year-old girl and critically injuring a 19-year-old man.






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Syria Attack: U.S. and Arab Allies Launch Strikes on ISIS


The Pentagon confirmed that its partners in the airstrikes against ISIS included Jordan, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.






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The World's Most Dangerous Seas Aren't Where You Think


The most perilous seas, as the U.N. declared last month, are those of Southeast Asia — and for criminals they offer sumptuously rich pickings.






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Black Bear Kills Rutgers Student on Hike in New Jersey


A 299-pound black bear killed a Rutgers student who had been hiking with friends in a New Jersey nature preserve, wildlife and school officials say.






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Israel Kills Suspects in Fatal Abduction of Jewish Teens


Israel says it has killed two suspects in the kidnappings of three teens that sparked a massive manhunt and eventually the summer war in Gaza.
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Israel Kills Suspects in Deaths of Teens That Sparked War


Israel says it has killed two suspects in the kidnappings of three teens that sparked a massive manhunt and eventually the summer war in Gaza.






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U.S. and Arab Allies Launch Massive Strikes on ISIS in Syria


The United States and partner nations launched massive airstrikes in Syria against ISIS targets for the first time Monday, the Pentagon said.






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The Unlikely Fertile Ground Where Latino Businesses Thrive


The head of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce says Utah was a logical choice for its annual convention to show the growing influence of Latinos.






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Richard Engel: 'Clever' to Launch Strikes During U.N.


The United States and partner nations were "clever" to launch airstrikes in Syria against ISIS militants during the UNGA, Richard Engel said.






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Ebola Death Rate Even Worse Than Predicted, WHO Says


There could be 20,000 cases of Ebola infection by November with 70 percent of patients dying, WHO says in a new forecast for the West Africa epidemic.






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Andrea Mitchell: Timing of U.S. Strikes in Syria 'Significant'


The ISIS threat has brought together disparate groups, according to NBC's Andrea Mitchell.






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700 Years Together: Skeletons Still Holding Hands


The skeletal remains of two lovebirds have been uncovered after being locked in a romantic embrace for the past 700 years.






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White House Intruder Suffered 'Terrible' Event in Iraq: Ex-Wife


The ex-wife of Omar Gonzalez says that he suffers from mental illness as a result of a "terrible" incident during a tour of duty in Iraq.






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Found! Missing Afghan Soldiers Caught Trying to Enter Canada


Three Afghanistan National Army officers from a training exercise at a Massachusetts National Guard base were found trying to cross into Canada.






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