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U.S. Military Involvement in Iraq Not Over: Hagel


The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham "clearly poses a long-term threat," Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Thursday.






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Death of Baby Left in Hot Car Ruled a Homicide


The death of a 15-month-old boy who was left in a hot car in Ridgefield, Connecticut, on July 7 has been ruled a homicide.






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'Million-Dollar Question': Will Calm Last in Ferguson?


Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says continued improvement of the security situation prompted his withdrawal order.






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Mom Claims Teacher Had Students Re-enact Michael Brown Shooting


School Officials in Dallas County, Alabama are investigating a mother’s claim that her son’s sixth grade teacher had students re-enact the shooting with paper-made weapons. WSFA’s Bethany Davis reports.






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Friend of Boston Marathon Suspect Pleads Guilty


A college friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleaded guilty Thursday to impeding the investigation into the deadly attack.






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State Legislatures Move to Stomp Out Federal Gun Laws


Nine states have adopted laws to curtail federal authority over firearms, relying on two constitutional arguments.






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Watch Live: SIM Presser on Ebola Patient Discharge


SIM holds a press conference after missionary Nancy Writebol beats Ebola virus and is released from hospital.






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Watch Live: SIM Presser on Ebola Patient Discharge


SIM holds a press conference after missionary Nancy Writebol beats Ebola virus and is released from hospital.






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State Sen.: People Have No Confidence in McCulloch


Missouri State Senator Jamilah Nasheed announces that the petition calling for the recusal of St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch from the Michael Brown shooting case has 70,000 signatures.
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State Sen.: People Have No Confidence in McCullough


Missouri State Senator Jamilah Nasheed announces that the petition calling for the recusal of St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCullough from the Michael Brown shooting case has 70,000 signatures.






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Ex-Va. Governor: I'm Living With Priest Not Wife


Bob McDonnell spoke about his marriage and living arrangement as part of a corruption trial against he and his wife, who were indicted in January.






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70,000 Sign Petition to Oust Prosecutor in Teen's Shooting


Protesters rallied outside a Missouri courthouse, calling for the prosecutor overseeing charges in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown to step aside.
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Ebola Doctor Kent Brantly: Continue to Pray for West Africa


An American doctor who was stricken with Ebola encourages those in positions of power to do all they can to bring the Ebola outbreak in Liberia and West Africa to an end.






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Airline Releases Child to Wrong Person


A young girl flying as an unaccompanied minor is reunited with her father after an airline releases her to the wrong person. KPRC's Keith Garvin reports.






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Dr. Brantly, Emory Team Hug It Out After Beating Ebola


Doctors who treated Ebola-stricken Dr. Brantly share celebratory hugs to show he is free and clear of the contagious virus with celebratory hugs.
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Brantly: Writebol Expressed Gratitude for Prayers


Dr. Kent Brantly, an Ebola patient who is being released from Emory Hospital passes along well-wishes from Nancy Writebol, who was released earlier in the week.
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Emory Doctor: Ebola patients 'pose no public health threat'


Emory University Hospitalr's Dr. Bruce Ribner tells reporters that Dr. Brantly is being discharged from their care, due to his recovery from the Ebola infection, and that he poses "no public health threat."






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Doc Who Beat Ebola: 'God Saved My Life'


Dr. Brantly, the American doctor who contracted Ebola while working in Africa credits prayers, faith and god with sparing his life.






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Who's Making Money Off Little League Phenom Mo'ne?


Davis, the 13-year-old pitching phenom, has garnered major attention for her 70 mph fastball and her poise at the Little League World Series.






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Best Friend: James Foley Was Brave, But Not Reckless


James Foley, who traveled to Earth's most dangerous corners, "didn't let fear hold him back," his best friend said — but added he was never reckless.

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