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Jury Delivers Guilty Verdict in Loud-Music Killing Retrial
A Florida man charged with shooting a teenager to death over loud music was found guilty in the retrial of his first-degree murder case.






Texas Ebola Patient Had Contact With Kids, Perry Says
Texas Governor Rick Perry held a news conference Wednesday at the hospital treating the man with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S.






Missing Girl to Be Reunited With Dad 12 Years Later
A Texas girl taken from her father in 2002 has been found in Mexico and her mother has been taken into custody, an investigator said Wednesday.
She's Out: Secret Service Chief Resigns Amid Scandal
It came a day after Julia Pierson was upbraided by lawmakers.
Search for Cop Killer Puts Hunting Season on Hold
Pipe bombs found in the search area prompted Pennsylvania authorities to ban hunting and trapping in seven townships.
Accused White House Fence-Jumper Pleads Not Guilty
He was charged with unlawfully entering a restricted building with a weapon.
Texas Ebola Patient Had Contact With School-Age Kids, Perry Says
Texas Governor Rick Perry was holding a news conference Wednesday at the Dallas hospital treating the man with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States.






Ex-Madam Kristin Davis Gets Jail for Peddling Pills
Davis, the ex-madam who ran for N.Y. governor, was sentenced to two years in jail after pleading guilty to illegally distributing prescription pills.
Daughter Reunited With Texas Dad, 12 Years Later
A Texas girl taken from her father in 2002 has been found in Mexico and her mother has been taken into custody, an investigator said Wednesday.
Crisis Mode: Should We Trust the CDC on Ebola?
"We will stop Ebola in its tracks in the U.S.,” CDC director Dr. Tom Frieden says confidently, over and over. But how can we be sure?
Did It Spread? What We Know About the U.S. Ebola Patient
Here are answers to key questions about the first person to accidentally bring Ebola to the United States.






White Mom Sues Over Black Donor Sperm Mix-Up
Jennifer Cramblett says she loves her biracial child but is worried about raising her in an all-white community.






Coming Up: Gov. Rick Perry Speaks on Texas Ebola Patient
Texas Governor Rick Perry has scheduled a news conference for 1 p.m. ET Wednesday at the Dallas hospital treating the man with the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States.






Afghan Soldiers Hope $1,600 Taxi Ride Is a Ticket to Asylum
The three soldiers are slated to appear in immigration court in Batavia, N.Y., on Wednesday as they try to fight deportation back to Afghanistan.






Sandy Hook Elementary School Evacuated Over Bomb Threat
The school was searched and nothing was found.






World on Fire: Can Washington Handle Cyclone of Crises?
It’s difficult to dismiss how these negative storylines have defined Obama’s sixth year in office and have highlighted a lack of control over events.






Very Civil Disobedience: Inside Hong Kong's Polite 'Revolution'
The pro-democracy “Umbrella Revolution” has startled the world with its good nature – including trash clearance, graffiti removal and singing.
Tourists Tiptoe Across Transparent Bridge
A bridge made of wood and transparent plexiglass has been opened in a scenic valley in China's Hunan Province.






Jury Deliberates in Loud-Music Killing Retrial
Jury deliberations have begun in the first-degree murder retrial of a man charged with shooting a teenager to death over loud music.






Golf Club Suspected as Weapon in Chickens' Slaughter
Hundreds of chickens were killed after burglars broke into a Foster Farms facility in Caruthers, California, investigators said.






How Sweet It Is: Pepsi Debuts (Sort Of) Healthy Soda
Meet Pepsi True, the latest attempt by PepsiCo to sweeten soft drink sales with a midcalorie cola.
Hong Kong's Champagne-Swilling Leader Heckled, Jeered
Pro-democracy "Umbrella Revolution" activists heckled Hong Kong’s leader Wednesday as he drank Champagne at an event marking China's National Day.






The Biggest Secret Service Breaches Under Obama
The embarrassments have continued under two directors.
Body-Cam Video Helps Clear Utah Cop in Shooting
The case is the first time the district attorney has relied on body-cam video to determine whether an officer-involved shooting could be justified.






Think Your Commute Sucks? Rush Hour Around the World
12 different ways the world goes to work.