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Lavrov asserts "no angels" in Kyiv, calls on Ukraine to make first move for peace
Euronews: Lead | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:35 UTC
Russias Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, after a meeting with his Lebanese opposite number Gebran Bassi in Moscow, was faced with questions on the situation in Ukraine. He chastised the West

Seven injured in 'silo incident'
BBC News: Lead Headline | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:28 UTC
Seven people - including firefighters - are injured after a fire and explosion at an industrial estate in Moray.

Ballot over local government pay
BBC News: Lead Headline | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:24 UTC
Unison to ballot local government workers and school staff in England for strikes after members reject 1% pay offer, the public sector union says.

Putin Claims the Internet Is 'a CIA Project'
NBC News | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:18 UTC
Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed Thursday that the Internet is

U.S. Has Spent $11.4M on Jet Search: Pentagon
NBC News | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:18 UTC
The U.S. military has spent $11.4 million for the search of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH-370.That includes $3.6 million for underwater surveillance by...

Pope Francis to Make History With Double Canonization
NBC News | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:18 UTC
Two giants of 20th century Catholicism will become saints on Sunday at an unprecedented twin canonization bringing joy and controversy to the Church.

American woman’s murder appeal rejected in Hong Kong
CBS News : World | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:10 UTC
Nancy Kissel convicted twice for murder of her wealthy banker husband in 2003, facing life in prison

UN Security Council expresses rare 'horror' at South Sudan massacre, threatens sanctions
Foxnews: World | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:09 UTC
The U.N.

Israel halts peace talks with Palestinians
Foxnews: World | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:02 UTC
The Israeli government says it has decided to halt peace talks with the Palestinians in response to a new unity agreement between rival Palestinian factions.

Netanyahu: Palestinians Have Taken 'Giant Step Away From Peace'
NBC News | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:56 UTC
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told NBC News on Thursday that Israel was calling off peace talks with the Palestinians.Israel was infuriated after the Pal...

Photos: Syrian refugees' treacherous hike to safety in Lebanon
Al Jazeera America | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:56 UTC
Desperate to flee Syria's bloody civil war, refugees trek dark mountain paths to escape

Israel suspends talks with Palestinians
Al Jazeera America | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:50 UTC
Suspension comes a day after rival Palestinian political parties Hamas and Fatah signed a deal to form unity government

Pakistan targets 'militant hideouts'
BBC: Asia | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:46 UTC
Pakistan fighter jets target compounds thought to be hideouts for militants connected to a recent series of attacks in the country, officials say.

Russia's Khodorkovsky criticizes Putin at Ukraine forum
Foxnews: World | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:45 UTC
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia's most famous prisoner, has harshly criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin over the annexation of Crimea and Russian pressure against Ukraine.

Corrie star denies drink-driving
BBC News: Lead Headline | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:40 UTC
Coronation Street actress Barbara Knox, who plays Rita Tanner in the ITV soap opera, denies a drinking and driving charge in court.

Russia 'Forced' Into New War Games By Ukraine Push
NBC News | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:39 UTC
Moscow said it has been

Champagne Toast: Obama Dines With Japanese Emperor
NBC News | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:39 UTC
President Barack Obama praised the spirit of the Japanese people at a state dinner held in his honor at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on Thursday.Obama thanke...

Giant 'SOS' Message Saves Marooned Snorkelers
ABC News (US): International | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:37 UTC
Five people missing off of Australias coast after their boat drifted away were rescued after a search plane spotted a massive S.O.S. scrawled into the sand.

Bundy ranch stand-off: Government helicopters shot cattle multiple times 'for fun' | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:36 UTC
As the ongoing saga between Nevada ranch owner Cliven Bundy and the federal government continues, the rancher’s son claims federal agents killed multiple cattle during their roundup, shooting some animals up to five times.

Ukraine: Police clearing pro-Russia protesters in east
CBS News : World | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:32 UTC
Gov’t official says police “freed” city hall in Mariupol in “anti-terror” operation as Russia warns of “consequences”

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Florida School Stops Serving Soda Before Tests
ABC News (US): Lead | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:28 UTC
Florida elementary school stops serving Mountain Dew to students before standardized tests

Report: Stowaway struggled at school
CNN | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:22 UTC
The teen stowaway who survived a five-hour flight hidden in the plane's wheel well is recovering in a Hawaii hospital, a state health official said.

Brazilian army occupies Rio slum
CNN | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:13 UTC
As Rio prepares for World Cup, some 2,500 army troops and marines have moved in to reinforce police in an operation to secure the slum of Complexo da Mare.

Teen can’t go to his prom with Miss America, so he’ll go alone
One America News Network | Thu Apr 24, 2014 16:06 UTC
By Chris Francescani NEW YORK – A Pennsylvania high school student, suspended last week for asking Miss America to […] The post Teen can’t go to his prom with Miss America, so he’ll go alone appeared first on One America News Ne

Teen Denied Date With Miss America Will Go Alone
NBC News | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:59 UTC
A Pennsylvania high school student, suspended last week for asking Miss America to his prom, has shrugged off offers from a reality TV star, Las Vegas prosti...

Chicago Doctor Among Those Killed in Afghanistan
ABC News (US): Lead | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:56 UTC
Chicago pediatrician among 3 Americans killed by security guard at hospital in Afghanistan

Kansas Jewish center shooting suspect asks court for delay
One America News Network | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:56 UTC
By Kevin Murphy and Carey Gillam OLATHE, Kansas – The white supremacist charged with killing three people at two […] The post Kansas Jewish center shooting suspect asks court for delay appeared first on One America News Network.

Wyoming gas explosion prompts evacuation of town
Foxnews: Lead | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:30 UTC
Residents and emergency crews are waiting for a fire to burn itself out after an explosion at a natural gas processing plant in a small town in southwestern Wyoming.

Hospital Briefs After Three Americans Die in Afghan Shooting
NBC News | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:24 UTC
A representative from CURE, a Pennsylvania-based organization that operates a hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan briefs the media on a shooting on the hospital's...

5 'healthy' foods that can backfire
CNN | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:24 UTC
You've made some healthy changes, and feel more energetic, but you're not losing the weight you thought would fall right off. What's up with that?

Fetal Tissue Used to Power Oregon Homes
NBC News | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:24 UTC
An Oregon county commission has ordered an incinerator to stop accepting boxed medical waste to generate electricity after learning the waste it's been burni...

Average US rate on 30-year mortgage rises to 4.33 pct; 15-year loan increases to 3.39 pct
Foxnews: Lead | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:21 UTC
Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages rose this week with the spring home-buying season beginning.

Group Committed to Afghanistan Despite Shooting
ABC News (US): Lead | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:13 UTC
US health nonprofit says it's committed to Afghanistan despite hospital shooting that killed 3

Big Riders Mean Big Horses on Western Trails
ABC News (US): Lead | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:12 UTC
Growing size of tourists looking to ride horseback on Western trails means bigger horses

Audiotape interview of Manson family member who pointed gun at Ford released
Foxnews: Lead | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:11 UTC
Nearly 40 years after a former Manson family member pointed a gun at President Gerald Ford, the audiotape from her pretrial psychiatric examination has been made public.

UN Security Council Threatens Sanctions at S.Sudan
ABC News (US): Lead | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:09 UTC
UN Security Council expresses rare 'horror' at South Sudan massacre, threatens sanctions

One in ten U.S. bridges in urgent need of repair: report
One America News Network | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:06 UTC
By Elvina Nawaguna WASHINGTON – More than 63,000 bridges across the United States are in urgent need of repair, […] The post One in ten U.S. bridges in urgent need of repair: report appeared first on One America News Network.

'Swatting' Hoax Hits Arizona City
NBC News | Thu Apr 24, 2014 15:03 UTC
A 15-year-old Arizona boy was the apparent target of a shooting hoax near the University of Arizona in Tucson. KVOA's Sam Salzwedel reports.

FDA proposes first e-cigarette rules
Al Jazeera America | Thu Apr 24, 2014 14:55 UTC
The new regulations, if approveed, would ban sales to minors and require warning labels on packages

Philadelphia Newspaper Guild Won't Bid for Company
ABC News (US): Lead | Thu Apr 24, 2014 14:52 UTC
Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News workers won't bid on company as potential backers balk

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Glenn Beck criticized Cliven Bundys comments on race on his radio program Thursday, saying the Nevada rancher is unhinged from reality and urging his supporters to ....

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