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  • Obama: 'We do not give in to fear' September 19, 2014
    The president says airstrikes on the Islamic State will continue.
  • Police seek gunman at Phoenix's Sky Harbor airport September 18, 2014
    Police in Arizona arrested one man and were seeking another at Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport on Thursday after officers pursued a car there carrying suspects in a shooting at a nearby gas station forecourt, authorities said. No one was being allowed into the airport's Terminal Four due to police activity, and people were told to avoid […]
  • U.K.'s fate hangs on a divided Scotland September 18, 2014
    After Scotland’s polls close, England’s fate hangs in balance.
  • 8 killed in attack on Guinea Ebola education team September 18, 2014
    Eight bodies, including those of three journalists, were found after an attack on a team trying to educate locals on the risks of the Ebola virus in a remote area of southeastern Guinea, a government spokesman said on Thursday. "The eight bodies were found in the village latrine. Three of them had their throats slit," Damantang Albert Camara told R […]
  • Kansas court orders removal of Democrat from Senate ballot September 18, 2014
    The Kansas Supreme Court has ordered the state to remove U.S. Senate Democratic nominee Chad Taylor's name from the ballot, in a ruling that could influence the national fight for control of the Senate.
  • Sierra Leone to shut down for 3 days to slow Ebola September 18, 2014
    In a desperate bid to slow West Africa's accelerating Ebola outbreak, Sierra Leone ordered its 6 million people confined to their homes for three days starting Friday while volunteers conduct a house-to-house search for victims in hiding.
  • U.S. Congress approves arming Syrian rebels, funding government September 19, 2014
    By Patricia Zengerle and David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Congress gave final approval on Thursday to President Barack Obama's plan for training and arming moderate Syrian rebels to battle Islamic State, a major part of his military campaign to "degrade and destroy" the militant group. The Senate voted 78-22, in a rare bipartisan s […]
  • New evacuations ordered as California wildfire doubles in size September 18, 2014
    By Dan Whitcomb LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - More residents of Northern California mountain communities were told to leave their homes on Thursday after an out-of-control wildfire doubled in size overnight, scorching more than 100 square miles of drought-parched timber and brush. Nearly 3,700 firefighters struggled to stop the forward march of the King Fire, the […]
  • Two adults, six children dead in Florida shooting: report September 18, 2014
    TAMPA (Reuters) - Two adults and six children were killed on Thursday in a north Florida town in a shooting that may have been a murder-suicide, the Gainesville Sun newspaper reported, citing local authorities. The incident occurred near Bell, a town of about 500 located roughly 35 miles west of Gainesville. The Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office decline […]
  • Vote counting begins in Scotland September 18, 2014
    Historic referendum will decide whether Scotland ends its 307-year-old union with England.
  • Home Depot says breach affected 56M payment cards September 19, 2014
    The Home Depot says it has eliminated malware from its U.S. and Canadian networks that affected 56 million unique payment cards between April and September. The Atlanta-based home improvement retailer ...
  • Call to arms issued as Islamic State gains in Syria September 18, 2014
    Islamic State fighters have besieged a Kurdish city in Syria after seizing 21 villages.
  • Larry Ellison steps down as CEO of Oracle0
    Oracle said Larry Ellison, its co-founder and longtime CEO, will be stepping down, effective immediately.
  • Wanna bet? British man bets $1.5M on Scottish referendum September 18, 2014
    A British businessman is betting nearly $1.5 million (£900,000) that Scotland will vote "no" to independence on Thursday.
  • Arson suspect arrested in 'King' wildfire0
    A man has been arrested on arson charges in an out-of-control Northern Calif. wildfire.
  • 30 killed in series of attacks in Iraq0
    Iraqi authorities say a suicide bombing and mortar fire have killed another 15 people in the capital late Thursday, raising the day's death toll from attacks to 30.
  • Captive British journalist appears in new IS video September 18, 2014
    Captive British journalist John Cantlie says he will soon reveal "facts" in propaganda video.
  • The U.K.'s other 'yes' vote—at Royal and Ancient golf club September 18, 2014
    By Mitch Phillips LONDON (Reuters) - After 260 years of exclusion, women will be allowed to join the Royal and Ancient golf club after an overwhelming members' vote opened the doors to the famous St Andrews clubhouse and paved the way for them to play a role in the governance of the game. More than 75 percent of the club's 2,400 worldwide members, […]
  • Matt Bai: Mark Sanford's oversharing problem September 18, 2014
    The South Carolina congressman's Facebook post about his broken engagement is bad news for his colleagues and the rest of us
  • Scotland's historic 'Yes' or 'No'0
    Decision whether to end 307-year-old union with UK expected to be close.

 

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  • Factbox: Scotland's referendum - how the votes are adding up
    EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Votes are being counted from Scotland's independence referendum with most of the first tallies expected to come from the smaller councils. Announcements from the big cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen are expected only around 0400 GMT. The referendum will be decided by a simple majority, meaning the 'yes' and […]
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