Who should investigate child abuse allegations?

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: Amber Lindke

MIAMI - The death of a 10-year-old girl whose beaten and chemically burned body was found in her adoptive father's bug extermination truck has spurred a statewide debate over wheth..
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Thousands left homeless by Brazil rains

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

Two people died and more than 8,000 others were left homeless in southern Brazil as heavy rains pelted the area since Friday, the state-run Agencia Brasil news agency reported Monday, citing civil defense officials.
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Petraeus to give Obama upbeat look at Afghan war

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: Amber Lindke

WASHINGTON - Gen. David Petraeus will deliver his assessment of progress in the nearly 10-year-old war in Afghanistan to President Barack Obama on Monday in his first return to the..
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Obama prods Congress on education law renewal

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: Amber Lindke

WASHINGTON- President Barack Obama asked Congress on Monday to rewrite the nation's main education law before the new school year starts in September, setting an ambitious timetabl..
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Obama: US will stand by longtime ally Japan

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By: Amber Lindke

WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama said Monday the U.S. will stand by long-time ally Japan as it recovers from last week's earthquake and tsunami and the nuclear crisis that those..
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Fed panel upholds decision denying mug shots

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: Amber Lindke

ATLANTA - The federal appeals court in Atlanta has upheld a court's decision that denied a freelance reporter a request for mug shots. The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Fri..
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India captures 61 suspected pirates

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

Indian naval patrols captured 61 suspected Somali pirates and rescued 13 crew from a hijacked fishing vessel after a crossfire in the Arabian Sea over the weekend, authorities said Monday.
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Back to work in Japan: 'Not business as usual'

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

Tokyo and other parts of Japan faced blackouts on Monday as the country tried to return to work and a sense of normality.
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Doctors, aid workers and rescue dogs get to work in Japan

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

A massive emergency response operation is underway in northern Japan, with world governments and international aid groups coming together to bring relief to the beleaguered island nation.
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Gadhafi forces retake rebel town, state TV claims

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

Libyan state TV reported Sunday that the opposition-held town of al-Bregahad been \"been cleansed from the criminal gangs and mercenaries, the area is now safe, and all citizens should go back to their work and their normal life.\"
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Japan PM: 'Toughest' crisis since WWII

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

Rescuers begin a fourth day picking through the rubble of northern Japan on Monday as the country\'s prime minister called on his country to pull together. FULL STORY | NUCLEAR FEARS | RESCUES | LIVE BLOG | FULL COVERAGE
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Inmates killed in Iraqi prison riot

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

At least two prisoners were killed and 14 people wounded Sunday when a riot erupted at a Tikrit, Iraq, prison, police officials in Tikrit said.
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Israel OKs settlement increase after family killed

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

Israel approved the construction of several hundred housing units in the West Bank, the prime minister\'s office said early Sunday, a day after five Israelis were killed in their home in the disputed territory.
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Gadhafi drives rebels from one of last strongholds

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: Ashley Murphy

BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) - Moammar Gadhafi's forces drove rebels from one of their final strongholds on Libya's main coastal highway on Sunday, pushing at least 25 miles deeper into op..
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Shooting, tear gas at Yemeni protest

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

For the second time in two days, security forces fired live ammunition and lobbed tear gas during protests in Change Square outside Sanaa University on Sunday, Ala\'a Al-Khowlani, a witness at the scene, said.
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Trial of U.S. hikers in Iran to resume

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

The trial of American hikers charged with espionage in Iran will resume May 11, the state run Islamic Republic News Agency reported Sunday, citing the head of the Justice Ministry.
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10K dead in Japan amid fears of nuclear meltdowns

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: Ashley Murphy

SENDAI, Japan (AP) - The estimated death toll from Japan's disasters climbed past 10,000 Sunday as authorities raced to combat the threat of multiple nuclear reactor meltdowns and ..
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Israeli family 'killed in terror attack'

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

Five members of an Israeli family were killed in the West Bank early Saturday morning in what the Israeli military is calling a terror attack
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Aristide to return to Haiti, lawyer says

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

Former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide will end his exile and return to Haiti within the next week or so, ahead of the country\'s elections, his lawyer told CNN Saturday.
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U.S. man gets 15 years in Cuba prison

Updated 4 yearss ago   
By: WINK Administrator

U.S. contractor Alan P. Gross was sentenced Saturday to 15 years in prison for crimes against the Cuban state, Cuba\'s state-run news agency reported.
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