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Dempsey: ISIS Fight Will Not Be 'Shock and Awe'


Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey told lawmakers that the terror threat in Iraq and Syria is “a generational problem."






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ISIS Fight Will Not Be 'Shock and Awe,' Top General Says


Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey told lawmakers that the terror threat in Iraq and Syria is “a generational problem."






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Two Americans Killed by Huge Bomb Near Kabul Embassy


A massive car bomb apparently targeting an international military convoy killed at least seven close to the U.S. Embassy in the Afghan capital.
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Rihanna Rants Over Song Cut From NFL Pregame Show


The singer's "Run This Town" was cut from CBS' pregame coverage Sunday in light of the domestic violence issues in the league.






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Thicke, Pharrell Come Clean in 'Blurred Lines' Depositions


Robin Thicke lied for a year and Pharrell Williams admires Marvin Gaye because he's an Aries. What else did the "Blurred Lines" collaborators reveal in court depositions?






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Gamblers Bid Farewell to Trump Plaza Casino


Only a handful of players were left in the final moments, loyal customers and determined gamblers.
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Fears Heighten for Missing Virginia College Student


Hannah Elizabeth Graham, 18, was last seen late Friday and may have gotten loss on her way home from a party, Charlottesville, Virginia, police said.
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Finally! Ukraine Seals Deal That Triggered Bloody Chaos


Ukraine's parliament has ratified a political and trade deal with the European Union - the issue that triggered the country's deadly violence.
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Rice Wants Goodell to Recuse Himself: Source


A source tells NBC Sports that Ray Rice will ask NFL Commissioner to recuse himself from Rice's appeal.






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Tropical Storm Odile Aims at U.S. After Mexican Mayhem


The National Weather Service issued flash flood watches for southern California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.






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Peterson Lawyer Calls Reports of Second Abuse Case False


It's "simply not true" that Adrian Peterson, under indictment on child abuse charges, was previously investigated in an abuse case, his lawyer says.






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Tuesday's Top 6 News Stories


From the U.S. effort to “degrade and destroy” ISIS to the fight against Ebola in West Africa, see the stories we're following.






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ISIS Threatens to Behead Iraqi Journalist


Reporters Without Borders said it is gravely concerned over the fate of Raad Mohamed Al-Azzawi.
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'Absolute Madness': California Wildfires Tear Through 100 Homes


At least 100 homes were destroyed as one of almost a dozen California wildfires besieged a small town while another doubled in size to 8,600 acres.






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'Unparalleled' Crisis: Ebola Death Toll Now Tops 2,500


The Ebola outbreak is “unparalleled" in modern times,” the World Health Organization said as the death toll climbed to 2,500 dead and 5,000 infected.






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Did Runner Caught on Video Kill Tourists on Beach?


Local police believe the victims, who they named as 24-year-old David Miller and 23-year-old Hannah Witheridge, were killed with a garden hoe.






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Snowden Leaks Didn't Make Al Qaeda Change Tactics: Report


Experts dispute claims from U.S. officials and others that Edward Snowden's leaks caused terror groups to change the way they encrypt communications.






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Ex-Auschwitz Guard Accused of Role in 300,000 Deaths


A 93-year-old German has been charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder for serving at the Auschwitz death camp, prosecutors announced.
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'Tears in My Heart': Spreading Wildfires Destroy 100 Homes


At least 100 homes were destroyed as one of almost a dozen California wildfires besieged a small town while another doubled in size to 8,600 acres.






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Obama to Announce Military-Led Fight Against Ebola


President Barack Obama will announce a major surge in U.S. aid to fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa later Tuesday.






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