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Police: Boy, 11, accidentally shoots and kills, brother, 12

Police: 11-year-old boy fatally shoots 12-year-old brother in target-shooting accident

Ex-UN General Assembly head among 6 held in bribery scheme

Former UN General Assembly President John Ashe among 6 people held in bribery scheme

American Airlines Pilot Michael Johnston Dies Mid-Flight

The 57-year-old pilot died from a heart attack during a flight from Phoenix to Boston. The co-pilot was able to land the plane safely.

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Study cites cybercrime's rising costs to corporations

Amid rash of breaches, cost of cybercrime rising for companies in US and abroad, study shows

FDA's new anti-smoking campaign uses hip-hop to target youth

FDA launches 'Fresh Empire' anti-smoking campaign aimed at young minority groups

EU states agree to share tax information on multinationals

Amid concerns over tax arrangements of many multinationals, Europe agrees to share tax info

Demi Lovato Taking Mental Health Advocacy To Capitol Hill

Lovato heads to Capitol Hill Tuesday to advocate for mental health reform.

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Clinton ad seizes on Rep. McCarthy's Benghazi comments

Hillary Clinton ad takes on Rep. McCarthy's Benghazi comments ahead of congressional testimony

VW chief warns workers of future, to review investments

New VW CEO Mueller tells workers recovery from emissions crisis will 'not happen without pain'

US forecast calls for lower heating bills this winter

US projects lower heating bills this winter; drop in energy prices, warmer weather credited

Michigan distributes water filters to residents of Flint

Michigan begins distributing water filters to residents of Flint after lead problem

When Should News Outlets Name a Shooter?

In the ongoing debate over whether to name the perpetrator in a mass shooting, one thing is clear: It's not an easy decision.

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Top EU court rules data sharing pact with US invalid

Europe's top court backs Austrian student in Facebook privacy case with wide implications

China wins long-sought Nobel Prize in one of the sciences

China's long-sought first Nobel in science goes to little-known researcher on malaria medicine

PepsiCo beats Street 3Q forecasts

PepsiCo tops 3Q earnings and revenue expectations

Russian Forecaster: Lovely Day For a Bombing Run in Syria

Russia's state-controlled press is all in on Syrian intervention — even their weather forecasters.

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Senators to ask US general about troop levels in Afghanistan

Senators to ask US general about future troop levels in Afghanistan

The Latest: French pull 7 Syrians from cold water off Calais

The Latest: French pull 7 Syrians from cold water off Calais after failed attempt to reach UK

Sunken US ship had sufficient lifeboats, but terrible storm

Sunken US cargo ship had sufficient lifeboats for 33 crew members but faced terrible storm

Plea hearing set for $8.7M Ohio embezzlement suspect

Plea hearing set in Ohio for $8.7M embezzlement suspect arrested along Appalachian Trail

Death Penalty Won't Exclude You From UN Human Rights Council

Many call Saudi Arabia hypocritical for its UNHRC membership and its executions, but other countries on the council also use the death penalty.

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Data hack at 7 Trump hotels confirmed

Hackers may have been stolen data from 7 Trump hotels, company confirms, after extended breach

Gov. Brown signs California right-to-die measure

California governor signs bill allowing terminally ill patients to end lives with doctor help

California Is the Fifth State to Legalize Assisted Suicide

Gov. Jerry Brown signed the legislation, allowing physicians to prescribe lethal drugs for patients with a life expectancy under six months.

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Top US commander in Afghanistan says US airstrike on hospital was a mistake

Top US commander in Afghanistan says US airstrike on hospital was a mistake

AP Interview: Germany still untangling Nazis' legal legacy

AP Interview: 70 years on, Germany still untangling the legal legacy of its Nazi past

Workers removing Ten Commandments from Oklahoma Capitol

Workers begin moving Ten Commandments monument from Oklahoma Capitol to private think tank